New Delhi: The Indian cricket team is scheduled to leave for New Zealand on November 23 for the Women's World Cup 2000. The team is currently training at New Delhi.The 15-member team to be led by Anju Jain is staying at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium for the final camp. The team is being taken care of by physiotherapist Sudhakar Rao, who will accompany the squad to New Zealand.This is for the first time in the history of Indian women's cricket that a physiotherapist will be accompanying the team on a tour.The confidence level of the team is very high and they are looking forward to setting right the loss they suffered in the semi-finals of the last World Cup by putting up a much better show this time.In the opinion of coach Sudha Shah, the team has really worked hard this time and is rearing to go.
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