Experienced India Women pacer Jhulan Goswami has backed the team’s bowling attack to come good soon. According to Goswami, fans and experts need to give them little time and show patience and they will deliver. The Indian fast bowler was speaking ahead of the second ODI between India and England, which will be played in Taunton on Wednesday. India went down to England by eight wickets in the first ODI and need to win on Wednesday to stay alive in the series.
England coach Trevor Bayliss has given his full backing to former skipper Alastair Cook despite him struggling in the ongoing Test series against India. The southpaw is yet to cross 50 in the three Tests played so far.
India’s first-round exit from the 2013 Women’s World Cup was as shocking as the men’s team being sent packing from the 2007 edition in the Caribbean. The Indian eves went into the tournament high on hopes, being the home side, and also had the team which had the talent to deliver in the mega event. Somehow, things did not fall into place after a near-perfect start against West Indies.