Aus vs India Women, 2021


Matthew Mott said the allrounder is addressing some of her alignment issues

Star allrounder Ellyse Perry is likely to take the new ball for Australia in the pink-ball day-night Test against India starting on Thursday, despite disappointing outings during the ODIs.

Perry went wicketless across the three matches conceding 103 from 14 overs including 26 wides. She did have a couple of edges fail to go to hand in the third ODI in Mackay but bowled no more than five overs in any game and was not called upon at the death by her captain Meg Lanning with Australia under pressure as India pulled off a record chase.

Australia coach Matthew Mott hinted that Perry would still get the new ball on a grassy drop-in surface at Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast.

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