The Sydney Morning Herald – Australian quick Sarah Aley says the Sydney Sixers must contain Hobart’s three-pronged international batting threat if they are to continue their strong start to the women’s Big Bash.

Summary

  • Australian quick Sarah Aley says the Sydney Sixers must contain Hobart’s three-pronged international batting threat if they are to continue their strong start to the women’s Big Bash.
  • Hobart are winless after two games this season and will be hoping their star batters can spark their season against the Sixers.
  • Teenage West Indian all-rounder Hayley Matthews has been joined at the Hurricanes this season by Indian batter Veda Krishnamurthy and England batter Lauren Winfield.
  • Aley witnessed first-hand the potency of Hobart’s international stars when she made her debut for Australia in the World Cup in July.
  • Krishnamurthy and Winfield were key members of the India and England teams that contested the World Cup final, while Matthews was regularly among West Indies’ best during the tournament.


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