Feb 23, 2023BY: Harshit BishtIndia to make one change? Predicting Harman & Co's likely XI for T20 WC semis against AUS

Smriti Mandhana

Mandhana is the second-leading run scorer (146) in the ongoing tournament. She is coming into this game on the back of scoring back-to-back fifties in the last two matches and will be a key player for India.

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Shafali Verma

India’s U-19 skipper Shafali Verma has failed to fire so far, but in the big match, she would like to make a big contribution and help India win.

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Jemimah Rodrigues

After playing an innings to remember for ages against Pakistan in the tournament’s opener, Jemimah has also remained silent. There will be high expectations from her as well.

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Harmanpreet Kaur (C)

Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur will play her record-extending 151st T20I match on Thursday. After an ordinary show so far, the right-handed batter would be desperate to play a big inning.

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Richa Ghosh (WK)

19-year-old wicketkeeper-batter Richa Ghosh has impressed with her attacking show. She has remained unbeaten in three of the four matches and has lived up to her reputation.

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Deepti Sharma

Star all-rounder Deepti Sharma hasn't had many opportunities to bat in the ongoing tournament so far, but on any given day, she can deliver and win matches single-handedly.

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Pooja Vastrakar

Fast-bowling all-rounder Vastrakar has so far failed to impress with her show. There will be high expectations from her against Australia.

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Shikha Pandey

For the big game, India is likely to go with the experience of Shikha Pandey, despite her ordinary outings in the last three matches.

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Radha Yadav

Radha is likely to make her way back into the side after missing the last group match against Ireland.

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Rajeshwari Gayakwad

Gayakwad is the most experienced spinner in the team, but she is yet to take a wicket in the ongoing T20 World Cup.

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Renuka Thakur

Renuka has done well against Australia in the past, and fresh from her 5-for-15 against England, the 27-year-old pacer will hope to give it her all and help India win.

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