Kangaroo Coach has said that we can be vulnerable before playing against India

Australia’s women’s cricket head coach Matthew Mott has said that he may be weak due to a lack of warm-up before the upcoming home series against the mighty India. From September 19 to October 11, both teams will play three one-dayers, three T20s and one Test in Australia.

Mott told ‘Cricket Dot Com’, ‘The rising superpower in India cricket. He has great players and is a tough opponent. He said, ‘He’s playing in England at the moment. We may be a little weak because we haven’t played that much cricket lately.

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After the series against England, India will be heading to Australia. India’s Shefali Verma, Smriti Mandana and Harmanpreet Kaur will also play the first season of ‘The Hundred’. Australia, on the other hand, have not played cricket since April. Nine of its ten players have backed off from ‘The Hundred’.

The Kangaroo coach said, ‘It’s great to get all the players back together. Brisbane’s National Cricket Center will be set up with a very good camp and several new facilities have been added. Due to coronavirus, I want the border restrictions to end as soon as possible and we will get rid of Kovid soon.

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