Charlotte Edwards: England' women can retain title
Thursday 31 January 2013
England women's captain Charlotte Edwards is confident of retaining the World Cup even though the side have struggled on the subcontinent in the past.
England begin their defence against Sri Lanka on Friday and she said: "A lot of us have experienced the conditions before and we have learned a lot from previous tours."
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