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Women's WT20: Australia favourites but India no pushovers, says Mithali Raj

Mid-Day Friday, 21 February 2020
The seasoned Mithali Raj has declared Australia as favourites to win Friday's Women's T20 World Cup opener against India in what she expects to be a high-scoring and "very close" game. "Australia go in as favourites, but India will be no pushover. They have some very talented players and I think it will be a very close,...
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