India skipper Mithali Raj, who suffered neck pain during the second women's ODI against England, has completely recovered from the injury and is all set to lead the team in the third and final game in Worcester on Saturday. Vice-captain Harmanpreet Kaur had led the side in England's run chase in the second game as the regular skipper did not take the field after scoring her second successive half-century of the series.
"Captain @M_Raj03 has recovered and is training with the girls as we prepare for the 3rd WODI tomorrow here at New Road, Worcester," the BCCI tweeted with photos of Mithali training with the team.
Having already lost the series, India will be looking for a consolation win in the third ODI. Mithali is the top run-scorer in the series so far with 131 runs to her name.