When India women lost the Commonwealth Games (CWG) bronze to England in April this year, the mood was somber. The dream of a major medal had shattered. The preps for the World Cup had received a jolt. The girls, who narrowly missed a place in the final, had to return home empty-handed. Interestingly, three months and seven days from that day in Gold Coast, the same opponents who handed a 0-6 thrashing to win bronze at Gold Coast will await India in their World Cup opener. But the Indian team is approaching the day as an opportunity to stitch the CWG wound for good.