Mithali Raj is quite aware of the ground, having played there on numerous occasions. Back in 2006, she had smashed up 59 in an ODI match and then a few years later, in 2012 she cracked an unbeaten 94.
The Punjab-based cricketer has indeed been a crucial player for the Indian eves. Her unbeaten knock of 171 against the mighty Australians scripted India's way into their second ICC Women's World Cup final.
Australian Cricketers Association chief Alistair Nicholson has warned the players via email the showpiece Test series against England, due to begin in Brisbane on November 23, is under threat.
Rai once again stated what he has already mentioned in the fourth status report that their efforts to bring in consensus failed.
Dhoni, who turned up in his yellow CSK jersey, got the fan to cheer for him and sent all three balls over the boundary ropes for big sixes.
By playing a fearless brand of cricket, Mithali Raj & co have given themselves a chance to win India's first ever World Cup title in women's cricket.
A lot of prominent sports personalities have been sending good wishes for the Women in Blue on social media ahead of the big finale.
"Amin will continue to report to Mr. Rahul Johri - CEO, BCCI," the BCCI said in a statement.
The board also wanted a candidate below the age of 60 years with the ability to withstand the rigours of the international cricket schedule of the team.
The TNPL will consist of eight teams and will start from July 22, with the final to be played in Chennai on August 20.