"If someone had said to me that all this time later I’d be at Lord’s, winning a World Cup final, I would have laughed them away – you never think that sort of thing happens"
The Indian skipper feels that the league would establish a solid foundation for women's cricket.
England women beat India women by 9 runs to clinch their fourth World Cup title.
The final will be a rematch of the opening fixture of the tournament, where India beat England by 35 runs, to decide who lifts the World Cup trophy in front of a sell-out Lord’s crowd
India women beat Australia women by 36 runs. India will face England in the final at Lord’s on Sunday.
England women won beat South Africa women by two wickets and two balls to spare. England will face either Australia or India at Lord’s on Sunday.
Whoever wins this contest will play either reigning champions Australia or India in Sunday's final at Lord's .
Sri Lanka women won by 15 runs to register their first win of the tournament. Pakistan women remain winless in two consecutive ODI world cups.
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