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Upbeat India take on England

After spanking archrivals Pakistan in their opening encounter, confident Indian will look to carry forward the momentum when they lock horns with England in a Group-B match in the ICC Women’s World Cup in Sydney on Tuesday.

cricket Updated: Mar 09, 2009 23:06 IST

After spanking archrivals Pakistan in their opening encounter, confident Indian will look to carry forward the momentum when they lock horns with England in a Group-B match in the ICC Women’s World Cup in Sydney on Tuesday.

The Indian team started their campaign in style, defeating Pakistan by 10 wickets, and the convincing win will surely add to their confidence. Indians will want to cash on the experience of batswoman Anjum Chopra, who is playing in her fourth World Cup, to tame the English bowling attack.

“Winning a World Cup has always been a dream and if we are able to achieve it, it is going to be great but our next match is the most important.

“It was a good start for us and it always feels good to begin with a win and then keep that momentum going,” Anjum said.