All-rounder Sophie Molineux ruled out of Women’s Ashes

In a hit to Australia in front of the ladies’ Ashes, allrounder Sophie Molineux has been precluded in the wake of experiencing a pressure crack to her right foot while playing in the WBBL.

“Sophie Molineux supported a pressure crack to her right foot during the last seven day stretch of the WBBL. She is as of now offloading in a moon boot and a re-visitation of play plan has been created related to Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia clinical staff,” Australian Team Doctor Pip Inge said: “Inge affirmed Molineux’s nonappearance from the Ashes that starts on January 27 next year, with the emphasis currently on returning her once again to full wellness when the 50-over World Cup goes along in March.

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“Sophie’s concentrate currently moves to her restoration plan which means she’ll be inaccessible for any impending homegrown matches just as the Ashes in January. At this stage we are expecting to have Sophie accessible for the ICC Women’s World Cup in New Zealand in March.”

Molineux’s physical issue further marks Australia’s twist choices following 22-year-old offspinner Georgia Wareham likewise experienced an ACL injury during the WBBL and is probably not going to recuperate on schedule for the Ashes.

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