Former Indian women’s cricket team coach WV Raman believes that the target of scoring more than 250 runs in a row in ODIs can be achieved only if the players come to the field with the intention of scoring so many runs for themselves even on a bad day. And bat without hesitation. Recently, the team management including coach Ramesh Powar had set a target of scoring more than 250 runs in ODIs.
Raman said in the virtual conversation, ‘Come to the crease with the intention that even if we play normal cricket, we will definitely score 250 to 260 runs.’ Former India player Raman said the race between the wickets needed improvement. “You can’t leave it for later (playing big shots to get runs). He needs to improve the running between the wickets.
He said that as far as the race between the wickets is concerned, there is a need to change the mindset about it. He also believes that India feel more comfortable chasing the target in limited overs formats. The Women’s ODI World Cup will be held in New Zealand in March-April next year. India was the runner up in 2017 under the leadership of Mithali Raj.