This will be Kaur’s second outing as captain in a T20 World Cup. Having played in 109 matches she is also the senior-most member of the squad. The explosive all-rounder bats at number 4 for India and she is critical to holding India’s middle order together. She can also call upon herself as an extra spin-bowling option and she often gets critical breakthroughs. Though a lot rests on her shoulders, India’s hard-hitting top order has eased the pressure off Kaur. But, her form is a cause for concern; she averaged just 19 in her last 10 innings. However, she is a big-stage player and what stage bigger than a World Cup?
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