Scutt, who took two wickets for 17 in Australia’s five-run win in a rain-affected match against South Africa on Thursday, still did not forget Shefali’s aggressive batting in the first match of the tournament. Fours were put up.
Sydney Australia’s Meghan Scott balls were recently overpowered by Shefali Verma and Smriti Mandhana, causing the fast bowler not to play against India and during the Powerplay in the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup on Sunday The offensive opener does not want to bowl the pair.
Scoot, who took two wickets for 17 runs in Australia’s five-run win against South Africa in a rain-affected match on Thursday, has still not forgotten Shefali’s aggressive batting in the first match of the tournament. Shefali hit four boundaries in his first over and Scutt admitted that he was worried about bowling the Indian opener.
According to the ICC official website, Scutt said, “I don’t like playing with India.” They dominate me. “Smriti and Shefali have played my balls easily.” The six that Shefali hit on my ball in the tri-series was probably the biggest six hit on my balls. ”
“There will definitely be strategy for them, but in Powerplay, I can’t dominate them both,” said Scutt. They make me play easily. Sheffali and Smriti beat Scut fiercely in the tri-series last month as well. Shefali hit a four off his first ball while Mandhana sent his ball for six runs. Both teams will face face to face in the final on Sunday.