India are the "sleeping giants" of women's cricket with the resources they have at their disposal, feels Australia coach Matthew Mott. <p></p> <p></p>The interest in women's cricket in India has been on the rise ever since they finished runners-up in the 2017 World Cup in the United Kingdom. <p></p> <p></p>India also entered the semi-finals of last November's T20 World Cup in the West Indies. "They're (India) the sleeping giant in women's cricket. They've got a country that's mad on the game, and in their batting they've already got three or four world-class players," said Mott. <p></p> <p></p>"The depth in their batting is outstanding, their bowling's got potential as well and their fielding has improved out of sight," he was quoted as saying by <em>cricket.com.au</em>. <p></p> <p></p>India have entered two World Cup finals (2005, 2017) but finished on the losing on both occasions. <p></p> <p></p>But Mott believes if they continue in the same vein, the future is bright for women's cricket in India. "They're going to be a force in world cricket. Having made that World Cup final (in 2017), and they've got a country of a billion people behind them as well, they're going to be a huge force," said the 45-year-old former Queensland allrounder.