India skipper Mithali Raj wants her side to play ‘fearless’ cricket in their Wednesday’s Women’s World Cup encounter against Australia at the County Ground, Bristol. India have four wins in five games but, unfortunately for a team high on potential, it haven’t looked like they have identified the brand of cricket that consistently works for it. Raj wants her team to play ‘fearless’ cricket. It’s something it has shown itself capable of, in the qualifier win over South Africa back in February and against England in the opening game of this World Cup, for instance. “We started well, but we have not been consistent with the way we wanted to play in the tournament,” admitted Raj.