Carry No demons for Sydney Sixers Despite Final Heartbreak

When the Rebel Women Big Bash League starts on Friday, Alyssa Healy expecting a lot from the Sydney Sixers.

Alyssa Healy is insisting the Sydney Sixers carry no demons into the WBBL season. Last year, heartbreaking loss to the Brisbane heat.

Sydney sixers is a favorite team for many people as they were going to win the third consecutive title of Big bash league. The final WBBL|04 was at Drummoyne Oval, and there have to suffer from three wickets, and they have a chance to defeat the Brisbane Heat.

On Saturday Night, Sydney sixer is going to play the first match with the Brisbane Heat, and this time, they are more prepared. The game will be at North Sydney Oval. The WBBL season will be opening on Friday after the opening; fans are going to watch this fantastic match between these two teams.

She said on Wednesday, “Everyone is excited, and I would not say demons are burning.”

“There are many new players in a game, and everyone is excited and more energetic. We hope that these new faces will bring more energy to the players who are playing for a long time in a team. You can see the energy among the team.”

“We having coming two tough games. One with the Brisbane heat and second with Sydney thunder, we have to perform well against both the teams, who are defending champs.”

At North Sydney Oval ground, Alyssa Healy has a twenty-twenty record of 148No against Sri Lanka this month.

Moreover, Alyssa Healy is 29 years old experienced player and will give better suggestions to wicket-keeper to lead the team Sixers to success in this season.

Healy Laughed and said, “Don’t expect a lot of expectation on Friday night. I am not sure when I re-enact anytime soon.”

She added, “We are looking for the total we are going to give to the other team in this season. W have a potent batting line for the Sydney sixers.”

“I feel myself in a good place and know how to get the team to their good position, and I know my job at the top of the order.”

“I am enjoying the cricket, and I know I am on the right place to play cricket, especially this Rebel women big bash league.”