Women’s T20 Challenge: Harmanpreet Kaur’s fear of 2 players is haunting Smriti Mandhana, big talk before the match

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Smriti Mandhana’s team is entering the Trailblazers Women’s T20 Challenge as the current winner, but the captain of this team has told which players of Supernovas can become a problem for them.

The Women’s T20 Challenge is starting from Monday. The current winners are face to face in the first match of this season Trailblazers and Supernovas (Trailblazers vs Supernovas) team. Both the teams would like to start this season with a win and will also come with full preparation for this. The Trailblazers are commanded by Smriti Mandhana and the Supernovas are captained by Harmanpreet Kaur. Before this match, a fear is haunting Mandhana. This is the fear of the spin pair present in Harmanpreet Kaur’s team. Mandhana, however, has said that she has a way to deal with the pair. This tournament will be played from Monday to May 28 at Maharashtra Cricket Stadium in Pune.

When asked about her team’s first match against the Supernovas, Mandhana said that the spin duo of Sophie Eccleston and Elana King will pose a challenge but her team has a plan to deal with it. “We have our strategies ready, they have a good bowling unit, especially the spin department with Sophie (Ecclestone) and (Alana) King,” he told an online press conference on Sunday.

Wants to focus on T20

Indian team’s star opener Mandhana said that she is trying to improve her game and play more strokes in the shortest international format in view of the high number of T20 matches in the next 12 months. Mandhana said, personally I am working on my T20 cricket because this year we have to play a lot of T20 matches. I am trying to play a little more shots than I used to play.

Mandhana said, we had a good domestic T20 season, so we want to continue that momentum in this tournament. I am not thinking about how to play in it but I will try to enjoy it as much as possible.

Tournament is important for Mansi Josh

Supernovas captain Harmanpreet Kaur feels the Women’s T20 Challenge will be a good platform for pacer Mansi Joshi to prove herself and get back her place in the Indian team. 28-year-old Joshi from Punjab could not participate in the 2020 season of the tournament after being found positive in the Kovid-19 test.

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Harmanpreet said during the online press conference, “Unfortunately last time she did not get a chance to play, but this time she did well in the home season and now she is doing really well in the net session as well.” This is a good opportunity for him. We have a good team and I am really looking forward to a positive season.”