In the midst of their dream run, West Indies women’s team captain Stafanie Taylor today said they are not intimidated by the Aussies, who will be looking for an unprecedented fourth successive title in the World Women’s Twenty20.
“We are not intimidated at all. They have won three times. We have nothing to lose. We go there and be positive. We definitely want to grasp this and win the Cup for the first time.
“Australia have won it three times and if things go their way it will be there fourth. I don’t think we are intimidated. We are just trying to be relaxed,” Stafanie on the eve of their summit clash.
A hardhitting opener who doubles up as a offspinner, Stafanie has played a key role in their road to final but the young 24-year-old skipper said it’s about keeping their heads down.
“We’re very much excited. This is a first final for us, there will be a lot of nerves around. We just have to embrace it, try to be calm and composed, go out there and fight for it.”