CM – We’ll be vulnerable to emerging super giants India: Australian women’s team coach Matthew Mott


Five of India’s best players including Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur will perform in The Hundred’s inaugural season.

Published: July 03, 2021 15:20 |

Last updated: July 03, 2021 3:20 pm

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SYDNEY: The lack of match practice ahead of the upcoming multi-format home series against « rising super giants » India will make the Australian women’s team « vulnerable », according to head coach Matthew Mott Play a full series in Australia September through October 11th that includes three ODIs, as many T20Is and a one-time test.

« (India) are an emerging supergiant in the game, they have a lot of great players and they are going to be one tough opponent, « Mott was quoted by on Friday after signing a two-year extension and will see him stay with the team until after the 2023 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa.

« They are playing in England right now and if anything we will be a bit vulnerable because we haven’t had a lot of cricket. That’s our priority, » he added.

Five of India’s best players, including ShafaliVerma, Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur will also be performing in The Hundred’s inaugural season.

On the flip side, the home series against India is Australia’s first game since touring New Zealand in April.

“It would be great to bring everyone face to face again, have a really strong camp in Brisbane at the National Cricket Center with fantastic new facilities out there and just train well for some of the southerners out there, weather.

« So open keep your fingers crossed and we are as free from COVID as possible and we will navigate around, « added Mott.

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