The hosts Australia will take on South Africa in a practice match on February 18 at Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide. Having missed out on the first practice match due to heavy downpour in Brisbane, Australia will look to make the most of the opportunity, given that they will play the opening match of ICC Women’s World T20 in the next three days. Meg Lanning and co. will be rearing to go out in the middle to set the tempo for the grand tournament.
While the Aussies failed to take a ground a couple of days back, the South Africans had a wonderful time in the middle. The Proteas are oozing with confidence as they are fresh from a stupendous 41-run victory over Sri Lanka. Leg spinner Sune Luus wreaked havoc as she scalped a four-for. Luus would look to carry her form against the Aussies on Tuesday. There is no doubt that Australia will come out strong but will the Proteas be able to tame the female kangaroos? Let’s find out.
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