India Women’s side beat Sri Lanka by 19 runs in the final to clinch the gold medal here on their maiden appearance.
Titas bowled quickly and kept her deliveries on fuller length to get three wickets in her first two overs, including Chamari Athapaththu
Markram has also played 55 ODI matches, scoring 1,665 runs at an average of 35.42 and a strike rate of over 96. The right-handed batter has scored two centuries and seven fifties in 52 innings, with the best score of 175.
Head's injury has opened doors for Marnus Labuschagne, who has surged back into favour after finishing as the South Africa series' leading run-scorer with 283 at an average of 70.75.
Theekshana had strained his right hamstring during the Super Four game against Pakistan and hobbled off the field
The extent of Axar's injuries is currently unknown and hence Washington Sundar has been called up as a precautionary measure.
India’s trophy cabinet will reveal the uncomfortable truth of them not winning any titles in the last five years, and Sunday will be an opportunity for them to snap that streak.
Now reflecting on his stunning comeback to international cricket, Rahul credited his preparation in last three to four months for the strong showing with bat and gloves, after initially not being in the frame to be in the eleven.
India have already secured a place in the summit clash after they defeated Sri Lanka by 41 runs in a Super Four game on Tuesday. Rohit Sharma’s men lead the table with four points.
Coming to the match, India elected to bat first and an 80-run partnership between skipper Rohit Sharma (53 in 48 balls, seven fours and three sixes) and Shubman Gill (19) helped lay a foundation for a big score.