Smriti Mandhana and Renuka Thakur will be available for selection in the final three ODIs

Smriti Mandhana
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As per recent reports, India women’s star opener Smriti Mandhana has completed her 10-day quarantine at the Mandatory Isolation and Quarantine facility in New Zealand.

Renuka Singh Thakur and Meghana Singh have also completed their quarantine phase.

All three players missed the three matches of their New Zealand tour.

They will now be available for selection for the upcoming 3 ODIs.

New Zealand have so far dominated India in this series.

With the arrival of these three players, India’s bench strength has surely increased manifold.

According to New Zealand government rules, all touring parties will have to spend 10 days in the MIQ facility developed by the government.

All the World Cup teams will have to abide by this rule. India is the first team to do so.

The ICC Women’s World Cup will start early next month with New Zealand playing on March 4 against the West Indies while India will open their campaign against Pakistan on March 6.

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