In the tense semifinal game of the Women’s T20 World Cup 2023, Anjum Chopra, a former cricketer for India, wants India to “have a horrible day” against Meg Lanning and Australia. The two cricketing titans will square off in an exciting game at Newlands in Cape Town on Thursday, February 23.
Harmanpreet Kaur and company qualified for the final four of the main event by defeating Ireland. The formidable Australians have won four straight matches and are comfortably in first place in Group A. Every team would undoubtedly have a bad game, according to former India captain Anjum Chopra, who also expressed her wish that Australia would also have a “bad day” against India in the semifinal match. The basis of Australia is strong. Their living situationis quite good. They have a variety of replacement alternatives. If the first player is having trouble, the other one joins. They are skilled at overcoming obstacles to win games. They are skilled competitors who excel in big competitions. They pretty much know everything,” Anjum stated in an exciting competition preview she uploaded on her YouTube channel.
But bad days do happen to everyone occasionally. We are a cricket squad, just like they are, and so are they. For them, at least one bad day is possible. When Australia plays India in the semifinals, I sincerely hope that India has a great day and Australia has a terrible day. I hope for a win for India, a fiercely contested game, and a sizable crowd at Newlands. said she.
Australia couldgain its sixth world title.
Notably, the Aussies have won five T20 World Cup titles and are a force to be reckoned with. The defending champions will aim to secure their spot in the event’s championship match after defeating the Ladies in Blue.
Also, in a five-match T20 series played away from home in December 2022, Australia defeated team India 4-1. Team India, on the other hand, will look to avenge their defeats to Australia and attempt to stage a “upset” considering that the latter has won 22 of their total 30 T20 matches and the former only six.