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Editor’s Pick(Women’s Cricket): Sri Lanka - Australia

The Australian Women have always been on top of their game. Six-time world cup winners, the Australian Women have what it takes to win the 2017 cup too. And Sri Lanka? They are currently ranked eighth in the ICC list and sixth on the points table of this tournament. They don’t really shine so well, but then so did the Bangladesh Men’s team at the world Cup. They made it to the top four. Never discount any team.

Let’s look at my lineup.
-Dilani Manodara
-Elyse Villani
-Nipuni Hansika
-Nicole Bolton
-Megan Schutt
-Kristen Beams
-Chandima Gunaratne
-Prasadani Weerakkody
-Beth Mooney
-Ellyse Perry
-Chamari Attapattu

I worked on this list the same way as I did the other match for today as well. Selection percentage plus performance. Results speaks volumes.

Indu

P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!






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