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Indian Women's team to have a preparatory camp in Mumbai

Biju George appointed as team's Fielding Coach

The Indian Women's Cricket Team will assemble in Mumbai for a preparatory camp from June 6-10, 2017 ahead of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 to be held in England & Wales from June 24 - July 23, 2017.

The team recently enjoyed an unbeaten streak of 16 matches, the second longest in women’s ODIs. To boost the team’s fielding, the BCCI has appointed Mr. Biju George as the Fielding Coach.

The team will leave on June 11 and arrive in UK one week prior to the official warm-up matches. They will train at Loughborough MCC University and play a practice match against England Women on June 13 before heading to Derbyshire for a camp. The team will be based in Derby and play two warm-up games against New Zealand Women (June 19) and Sri Lanka Women (June 21).

The complete list of the Support Staff is as below:

Tushar Arothe: Coach
Biju George: Fielding Coach
Tracy Fernandes: Physio
Radha Krishnaswamy: Trainer
Rashmi Pawar: Masseuse
Aarti Nalge: Video Analyst
Trupti Bhattacharya: Manager

Team India’s schedule for Group Stage matches:

Match 2 against England Women: 24 June, County Ground, Derby

Match 7 against West Indies Women: 29 June, The County Ground, Taunton

Match 11 against Pakistan Women: 2 July, County Ground, Derby

Match 14 against Sri Lanka Women: 5 July, County Ground, Derby

Match 18 against South Africa Women: 8 July, Grace Road, Leicester

Match 23 against Australia Women: 12 July, Bristol County Ground, Bristol

Match 27 against New Zealand Women: 15 July, County Ground, Derby

BCCI Staff

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Yuvraj Singh making steady progress

The all-rounder will miss the NZ warm-up game but the medical team is satisfied with his recovery

The BCCI Medical Team confirms that Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh who is presently down with viral fever is making steady progress.

There are no major health concerns and he is recuperating well, to the satisfaction of the medical team.

He is advised rest and will miss India’s first warm-up match against New Zealand at The Oval on May 28, 2017. The medical team will continue to monitor Yuvraj Singh’s progress and hope for a speedy recovery.



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