Categories: Cricket News
| On Updated : May 4, 2020 5:25 PM IST

Bumrah or Kohli? Who would Elyse Perry prefer to bat or bowl against?

Australian women’s team’s premier all-rounder Ellyse Perry is one of the most talked about cricketers in the modern day. Perry has been a key figure in the Australian women’s team triumphs across formats and has been a real asset with both the bat and ball for Australia. She was recently hosted for a chat by Sony Sports India in which she was a few quick questions.

With majority of the cricketing events being put on halt due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, quite a few cricketers have made their presence felt on social media. Players have also engaged with audience through Instagram live sessions in which converse with one another while engaging with the fans as well. During a live session on Instagram, Perry was put the spot when asked if she would prefer bowling to Indian captain Virat Kohli or facing Indian fast-bowler Jasprit Bumrah.

While Virat Kohli has consistently stuck with his claim  as a modern-day great, Jasprit Bumrah is one of the best finest bowlers in the world at this very moment. Nevertheless, Perry mentioned that she would want to bowl to Kohli rather than facing Bumrah. The Aussie women’s star was asked seven questions in the rapid-fire segment called ‘Would you rather challenge’.

Ellyse Perry’s rapid fire round

  • Defend 6 runs in the last over or Chase 20 runs in the last over?

EP: Chase 20

  • Face Jasprit Bumrah or bowl to Virat Kohli?

EP: Bowl to Virat

  • Face India in women’s World Cup 2021 final or face England in women’s World Cup 2021?

EP: I’ll love to play India again

  • Coach post-retirement or commentary post-retirement?

EP: Coach

  • Win the next Ashes or win the next world cup?

EP: Next Ashes

  • Score a Test ton at Lord’s or take a hat-trick at the MCG?

EP: I guess a hundred at Lord’s

  • If not a cricketer – Play for Women’s Football World Cup Team or Mixed Doubles with Roger Federer?

EP: Mix doubles

Ellyse Perry was recently part of the Australian side that won the Women’s T20 World Cup at home earlier this year after beating India. Perry, however, wasn’t a part of the final due to injury.

Perry over the years

Perry has featured in 8 Tests, 112 ODIs and 120 T20Is in her cricketing career so far while scoring 624, 3022 and 1218 runs respectively. She also has 297 wickets under her belt across all formats.

(To get exclusive tips related to your fantasy team, enter your name and phone number below)



Loading Please Wait..

Walli Siddiqui
@DSportsWall

A true sports enthusiast who cherishes the thought of writing, reporting, or presenting, particularly when it comes to the two most popular sports in the world. Football as well as Cricket. A thorough admirer of the Indian Cricket Team since the childhood days, while loyalty also goes out to the red side of Manchester when it comes to football.