Smriti Mandhana (123 off 119) and Harmanpreet Kaur (109 off 107) duo played against the West Indies to power India to their highest total (317/8) in the history of the showpiece event.

The two openers -  Mandhana and Yastika Bhatia - - showed aim all along, something mentor Romesh Powar had focused upon in front of the match. Vice captain kaur said-

"I think for us, it is very important the way we performed in the last game; we just need to continue that, rather than thinking about what are your negatives and what are your positive points".

Mandhana played 123 run-knock while Kaur also continued her fine run, bringing up her fourth ton and the first since hitting the famous 171 not out against Australia in the 2017 World Cup.

However, all-rounder Deepti Sharma, who has been raised to the top, needs to accomplish more with the bat as captains Mithali Raj, who has likewise been off the form lately.

India also have quality all-rounders with Sneh Rana and Puja Vastrakar already displaying their ability to convert a poor show into brilliant final outcome.

Their confidence high after an impressive win over the West Indies, India would look for much-needed consistency with the bat against a struggling England in their fourth league stage match.