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Mithali may call it quits from T20Is after series vs England

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Published on February 10, 2019 with No Comments

Indian women cricket team’s senior-most player Mithali Raj in all likelihood will bring down curtains on her T20I career after the home series against England while continuing in the 50-over format where she is still the captain of the side.

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