The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday announced the ICC Women's World Cup will be the first global sports event to launch special Twitter emojis for captains as part of an unprecedented level of digital coverage for the women's game.
Led by Meg Lanning, an outstanding batter in the women's game now, Australia will be looking to win its seventh title in a tournament that features the world's top eight IDI sides.
Cricket is one game that is watched worldwide. She also firmly laid out her side's objectives for the tournament."We're coming into this World Cup without the big pressures that most of the other teams have to face", she continued.
"We've got pressure on ourselves to perform well, we hold ourselves to very high standards and we want to uphold them", she explained.
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She said: "When it comes to 50 overs, it's all about a different mindset". "Those are the areas, especially, that I have been working on as a captain because the pressure builds up in a huge tournament and the opposition can intimidate you at times". The tournament is the most precious in women's circuit and is kick starting from June 23. I can't tell you how much it means to the team that our games will finally play live on TV for everyone to see.
England, for all their squad are now full-time professionals, have talked down their chances with captain Heather Knight saying the initial target is to get to the semi-finals.
Winfield had struck up a fine opening partnership with Tammy Beaumont following the retirement of Charlotte Edwards previous year. They are very skilful and risky in tournaments like these.
England will be bolstered by the return of talented wicket-keeper/batsman Sarah Taylor following a stress-related illness.
8 years on from lifting the cricket world cup at The Oval, England's women will be hoping to repeat the same again.