India have high chances of winning World Cup, predicts astrologer Lobo
Indian women’s team has “high chances” of winning the T20 World Cup, according to Greenstone Lobo, the renowned sports astrologer, who rightly predicted Arjuna Ranatunga’s Sri Lankan team would lift the Men’s World Cup in 1996 and that he also predicted last year that Virat Kohli won’t win 50-over World Cup.
“It doesn’t matter which one it-a 50-over or a T20I. But Harmanpreet has it in her to be the first Indian woman cricketer to win the World Cup as a captain,” Lobo has predicted in his book -Howzzat?
Incidentally, the same scientific astrologer had predicted Indian women’s team would fall short at the final hurdle in 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup.
“In 2017, the final contest was simply between the two captains, Heather Knight and Mithali Raj. Mithali could never have vanquished Heather who had a superior horoscope.
“Harmanpreet has become the skipper of the T20 team and her horoscope will matter instead.”
“She has one of the best horoscopes amongst the Indian women squad. In fact, the horoscope is so phenomenal that it could be called the best. She will do something exceptional-far better than whatever she has done before.”
“She could reach the pinnacle in women’s cricket in India. She could change the way Indian women’s cricket is viewed and played. Just like what the 1983 World Cup win under Kapil Dev did for the men’s team. She has exactly the same planet that propelled Kapil Dev to do what no Indian cricketer had done before. Harmanpreet, too, could do what no other Indian woman has done before.”
“The Arjuna Award winner has Pluto entering its own house after 260 years, and Planet-X and Planet-Z in exaltation, which show that shew will be the greatest ever. The extraordinary placement of Mars and Venus in conjunction in the eighth house indicates her conquering enemies. Neptune exalted in the seventh house indicates the possibilities of her being a World champion”.
And also hold on your nerves till the Final is played on March 8 in Melbourne.