New Delhi . Australia’s women’s team wicketkeeper and opener Alyssa Healy has been ruled out of the three T20 series against Pakistan. Healy suffered a calf injury while batting in a match in the recent tour of India.
However, according to a statement issued by Cricket Australia (CA), Healy will be available for the T20 World Cup to be played in South Africa next month. She will be present with the team in the process of recovering from the injury.
Healy captained Australia on the Indian tour in the absence of permanent captain Meg Lanning. Due to injury in the fourth match, he had to sit out of the fifth T20. In her place, all-rounder Talia McGrath captained Australia in both the fourth and fifth matches, with Beth Mooney taking over the keeping duties. Mooney will also be seen keeping in the matches against Pakistan.
This week Australia announced their squads for the series against Pakistan and the World Cup, with the biggest news being Lanning returning as player and captain after August 2022. Leg-spinner Georgia Wareham also returns to the squad, having last played a T20 for Australia in October 2021.
On the tour of Australia, Pakistan will play three ODIs in Brisbane from 16 January. After this the first T20 will be played in Sydney on 24 January. The remaining two matches will be held in Hobart (January 26) and Canberra (January 29). Australia will take on New Zealand in their first match in the World Cup on February 12.
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