India captain Mithali Raj had led the team in the 2005 World Cup too.
Harmanpreet Kaur is said to have hurt her shoulder during a practice session on Saturday, a day before the all-important Women's World Cup final against hosts England.
While Hussain predicted an English win on Sunday, citing more depth in the home side, he also cautioned them against any complacency, given that India are the only side to beat England in the group stages of the tournament.
The India women's team will play hosts England in the final of the ICC Women's World Cup at Lord's on Sunday.
Arjun Tendulkar turned up as a nets bowler for the India women's cricket team on Saturday.
On paper, three-time title winners England will be the favourites but India's performance in the tournament, especially knocking out Australia, has made them the team to watch.
If India beat England at Lord's on Sunday, they will win the World Cup for the first time.
The Indians would be cock-a-hoop at the moment after two back-to-back victories and would be looking to clinch their first title while England, who are no pushovers, would like to believe that they are favorites to win the coveted trophy.
Shukla, who has been associated with Indian cricket for several years now, was brutally trolled by the Twiterrati.
After Harmanpreet Kaur's amazing unbeaten knock which took India to the ICC Women's World Cup final, the batter was congratulated by her cricket idol Virender Sehwag.
The duo was enjoying their little sideshow as Harmanpreet Kaur was in action against Australia.
Harmanpreet and Blackwell have faced off in the Women's Big Bash League in Australia.
Harmanpreet and Deepti were involved in a 137-run partnership.
Back home in Moga, friends and well-wishers dropped in at Harmanpreet's residence to congratulate the family. Youngsters from the neighborhood danced to the beats of Punjabi 'dhol' while the family distributed sweets.
Harmanpreet, the Indian vice-captain, smashed a career-best magical 171 off 115 balls, leaving the Australian bowlers in a daze and helping India post an imposing total of 281/4 in a reduced match of 42 overs a side due to inclement weather.
Harmanpreet Kaur struck an astonishing unbeaten 171 -- the highest score by an Indian player, male or female, in a World Cup knockout match -- to set the platform for a thrilling 36-run semi-final victory over defending champions Australia at Derby on Thursday.
India beat Australia by 36 runs to book their place in the ICC Women's World Cup final on Thursday.