Australia and New Zealand will take on each other in a mouth-watering clash at Auckland's Eden Park on Saturday.
India displayed dominant batting skills against Pakistan in their opening World Cup 2015 match. Former captain Kapil Dev feels they will need to the same against South Africa - a team known to swear by its pacers.
Indian women's team finished in seventh place after failing to qualify for the Super Six stage with just one victory from the group phase.
Expressing disappointment over India's seventh-place show, Connor said though there are some brilliant players, the overall standard of the team has slipped.
Suzie Bates scored 407 runs in the tournament to bag the player of the tournament award.
The tournament which was spread over 18 days in which 24 matches produced outstanding individual and team performances, with Australia crowned champions and New Zealand captain Suzie Bates named Player of the Tournament.
The Pune-born all-rounder Sthalekar concluded her cricketing career after the womens World Cup final, having played 125 One-Day Internationals scoring 2728 runs and taking 146 wickets.
The Pune-born 33-year-old Australian all-rounder wants to help women's cricket not just in Australia but globally.
But Aguilleira also highlighted positives for her side after a dream run. Reflecting on Sunday's match, Aguilleira said the toss was crucial as the team batting first had won all the day night matches.
Fields said last year's tour of India, during which the Aussies emerged triumphant 8-1, gave her team good experience of the sub-continental conditions which came in handy during the World Cup campaign.
The panel struggled with deciding the final 12 for the women's team and players who were considered included Arran Brindle and Sarah Taylor of England, Amy Satterthwaite and Sian Ruck
Sthalekar, who made her international debut in 2001 in a One Day International against England, went on to play for Australia in eight Tests, 125 ODIs and 54 Women's T20 International matches.
Ellyse Perry (3/19) has produced her best performance in the World Cup, eclipsing the 3 for 35 against South Africa at Cuttack on February 3, 2013.
Australia have beaten West Indies by 114 runs to lift their sixth Womens' World Cup title.
According to a statement issued by the ICC, Kulkarni and George will be the on-field umpires, while Sri Lanka's Ruchira Palliyaguru will be the TV umpire and Singapore's Sarika Prasad will don the duties of the fourth umpire.
The West Indies will take on five-time champions Australia in their maiden final tomorrow at the Brabourne Stadium.
Ahead of the Womens World Cup final against Australia, West Indies coach Sherwin Campbell has said that the success of the side has raised the profile of cricket in the Caribbean islands.
The 27-year-old Merissa Aguilleira also added that winning the World Cup would mean a lot for the people back home.