Raj eyes World Cup glory in hope of brighter future
India captain Mithali Raj hoped on the eve of the final that an Indian win would inspire young girls in the country to take up the sport, and serve as the catalyst for a women's IPL
Honesty the best policy for 'tougher' England
Heather Knight termed the last 18 months "manic" as England turned around their fortunes following last year's World T20
Drum to add festive touch at Lord's finale
MCC makes exception for Bharat Army after consulting with ICC
Has the 2017 World Cup revolutionised women's cricket?
Melinda Farrell and Firdose Moonda share their thoughts on the final that is expected to be played in front of a full house at Lord's
England's batting prowess v India's spin strength
England have the best batting line-up, but it may not be a cakewalk against a spin-led attack that has taken 66 wickets, ten more than England
FAQs : Why this final is a huge deal
All you need to know about what is set to be one of the most watched women's cricket matches of all time
'England must control their emotions to win the Women's World Cup' - Robinson.
England coach Mark Robinson says that he focused on giving his team space to switch off before the Women's World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday
'Felt like a little kid at Christmas' - Jenny Gunn.
England allrounder Jenny Gunn recalls their thrilling victory in the semi-final and relishes the chance to play for the title, at Lord's, in front of a sellout crowd
How to watch the women's game
It has evolved at a crazy pace in the last few years, but comparing it to the men's game, which has been professional for hundreds of years, is pointless
'One of the secrets of good umpiring is confidence'
Tim Robinson talks about life as an official, and reminisces about his playing days with England and Nottinghamshire
'It wasn't even a boundary!' - Sciver.
Nat Sciver spoke ahead of England's World Cup final at Lord's about her sensational Nat-meg shot against New Zealand and depth in the team
Can India topple England at Lord's?
Melinda Farrell and Ebony Rainford-Brent talk about the young performers in the Indian side, England's home support and what playing in front of a sell-out crowd could mean for the two finalists on Sunday
Bayliss on Farbrace ... Farbrace on Bayliss.
England's coaching duo, Trevor Bayliss and Paul Farbrace, speak about the different approaches each of them bring to the England set-up
Quick Facts - Tom Westley set for England debut.
A look at Tom Westley's exploits in first-class cricket as he's set to debut at No. 3 in the third Test against South Africa
Kevin Pietersen feels the love on his English return
He coughed and spluttered, but then Kevin Pietersen was riding the wave as a capacity crowd at The Oval lapped up the start of his valedictory tour of England in the NatWest Blast
Westley, Malan named in 13-man England squad
Essex's Tom Westley will make his Test debut at No.3 in the third Test against South Africa at The Kia Oval next week, after being named as a direct replacement for Gary Ballance in a 13-man squad
Highlights - Derbyshire go joint top in North group.
Derbyshire cruised to a seven-wicket win against Worcestershire at New Road
Michael Lumb forced to retire due to ankle injury
Michael Lumb, the Nottinghamshire and England batsman, has been forced to retire with immediate effect because of an ankle injury.
The life-saving work of the PCA
The Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) do a vast amount of incredible work supporting current and former players through difficult times in a range of situations
Wood given all clear after scans on heel
Mark Wood has been passed fit for the third Test against South Africa with scans clearing him of injury after he had reported soreness in his left heel
It's time to rediscover Test-match batting
England's recklessness in the name of positivity is a sign that the art of batting in the longest format is no longer given due attention
Who's next, as England attempt to solve batting woes?
England will need at least one new face in the batting line-up for the third Test against South Africa after Gary Ballance suffered a broken finger
Nottingham's the charm
South Africa pull one back finally, and our correspondent is there to watch - while practising a bit of yoga on the side
Moonda: Professionalisation has helped SA women.
Jarrod Kimber and Firdose Moonda delve into South Africa's incredible run at the 2017 Women's World Cup and look at how contracts and a full-time coaching staff have helped them get this far
Crying, but no shame, as South Africa strive but fail to break the hoodoo
The tears flowed - on and off the match, before and after the match - as an emotional day was decided in a devastatingly close finale
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