ICC Women's World Cup 2017 final: Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

India will be playing against England in the finals of the ICC Women's World Cup at the historic Lord's cricket ground in London on Sunday. The Indian women's team is on the cusp of scripting history as it aims to lift its maiden World Cup trophy. Let’s have a look at top five players for India who can perform match winning performance. Interestingly, team India started off their campaign in emphatic fashion upsetting hosts England in their opening game of the tourney. 

ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

The Indians gelled well brilliantly under the aegis of their star skipper Mithali Raj who has led from the front with the willow. Raj has been the lynchpin of the Indian batting, playing the sheet anchor's role to perfection. 

ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

Stylish Left-handed openeing batswoman Smriti Mandhana started off the tournament with some power-packed half centuries, she can play a match winning innings on her day.

ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

Veteran seamer Jholan Goswami has spearheaded the pace attack with distinction picking up early wickets. She can be handy with the bat as well with her capability of playing big shots. 

ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

Punam Rawat scored a match winning century against the Australians and this goes to show that she can excel in big match situation. 

ICC Womens World Cup 2017 final Top 5 players for India who can deliver match winning performance

Harmanpreet Kaur and Veda Krishnamurthy have consistently delivered with the bat whenever the team lost early.  Brilliant batting performance by Harmanpreet Kaur helped India reach the finals. She made unbeaten 175 runs off just 115 balls against Australia.