India is targeting New Zealand in the women's hockey bronze-medal game at the CWG.

India take on New Zealand in the bronze medal match in the Commonwealth Games on Sunday . Australia defeated India 3-0 in a one-match match on Saturday .

When India takes on New Zealand in the bronze medal match in the Commonwealth Games on Sunday, the team will be attempting to put the tragic clock scandal behind it while also aiming for a podium finish.When Australia defeated the Savita Punia-led side 3-0 from a one-match situation, a technical official's timekeeping error robbed India of a fight.At the end of regulation time, both teams were tied 1-1, with Rosie Malone kicking Australias first attempt in the penalty shootout, while India skipper Savita pulled off an excellent block, but Malone got a second chance, this time scoring to change the game's momentum.The Indians are now looking for a bronze medal after losing to Great Britain 3-4 to finish a historic fourth medal at the Tokyo Olympics.Vice-captain Deep Grace Ekka told PTI that this is another opportunity for us to win a CWG medal.Vandana Katariya scored a peach of a goal on Saturday to help India come back and level 1-1 against the mighty Australians in the shootout.

But the next match is still very important to us.We all have to move forward and make a good return.We have time in our hands.We will do our best, said India captain Savita.

As the Dutch double Olympic medalist put the Indian attack to the test, captain Janneke Schopman kept her hopes high on the trio of Savita and Vandana.Savi is a solid goalkeeper.She demonstrated today that she has the ability to stop balls that are supposed to be certain goals.I know she can do it.I know that our team has a lot of confidence in her as well.

We defended well as a team.Van (Vandanas nickname) is a common end station.Sushila had a good slapshot, and Van was just in the right place in this situation.We have been putting a lot of time into it, she said.It can be a Van or other players.