Ellyse Perry suffered his back injury, only available as a batter for the T20I tri-series

Ellyse Perry suffered a stress fracture of her back at the ODI World Cup earlier this year. And she is only likely to be available as a batter for the upcoming T20I tri-series in Ireland and Commonwealth Games. She will be able to regain her place in the line-up.

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Ellyse Perry suffered his back injury

Perry picked up the injury towards the latter part of the group stage. She missed the last round-robin match and the semi-final against South Africa. She returned for the final against England as a batter where she made 17 off 10 balls having not been needed until No. 7.

Australian physiotherapist Kate Beerworth said-

“Her availability to bowl will be dependent on her progress in the coming weeks and on the medical advice.”

Perry is feeling good and progressing. Hopefully, she is available with the ball in a couple of months.

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Perry is part of a 15-player squad

Perry is part of a 15-player squad that is unchange from that which secured the ODI World Cup in New Zealand. And marks the start of a new chapter for Australia following the departure of head coach Matthew Mott. However, it remains to be seen whether there is a place for Perry in the final XI. After she was dropped for the T20Is that made up the multi-format Ashes series earlier this year.

“It’s exciting to see the women’s game feature at the Commonwealth Games for the first time, it’s going to be a historic occasion and one we’re all looking forward to.

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The tri-series in Ireland starts on July 16 with the Commonwealth Games beginning on July 29. Australia is group with India, Barbados, and Pakistan.

Australia squad for Ireland tri-series and Commonwealth Games-

Meg Lanning (capt), Rachael Haynes, Darcie Brown, Nicola Carey, Ashleigh Gardner, Grace Harris, Alyssa Healy, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Tahlia McGrath, Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Annabel Sutherland, Amanda-Jade Wellington.

Sarita Dey

Sarita Dey is a professional Sports News writer. She is always ready to learn new things as she can.

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