India eyeing a clean sweep

MUMBAI, JAN. 20: India is eyeing a clean sweep when it takes on England in the fourth one-day international at the MIG ground, Bandra, on Monday.

Skipper Anjum Chopra emphasised there would be no let up of pressure on the visitors, coach Tarak Sinha dwelt on the improving in fitness level and quality of outcricket on the eve of the match. Opening batswoman Amrita Shinde may get the nod in this tie, the home team having already clinched the five match series with a comprehensive 113-run victory at Hyderabad.


India: Anjum Chopra (capt), Mitali

Raj, Anju Jain, Hemlata Kala, Arundhati Kirkire, Mamta Maben, Amrita Shinde, Preeti Singh, Neetu David,

Deepa Kulkarni, Nasreen Kader, Jhulan Goswami.

England: Clare Connor (capt), Caroline Atkins, Jane Cassar, Sarah Clarke, Mandie Godliman, Dawn Holden, Kate Lowe, Laura Newton, Lucy Pearson, Clare Taylor, Arran Thompson, Helen Wardlaw.

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