Kalika Mehta moderator 5pts EDWARDS: KSL WILL BE TOUGHFormer England and Southern Vipers captain Charlotte Edwards had said she is under 'no illusions' about how tough it will be to reclaim the KSL title as the competition gets under way on Sunday.After retiring from all cricket following the VIpers' loss to current England captain Heather Knight's Western Storm in last season's final, Edwards was named Hampshire director of women's cricket.With the tournament having been expanded from five group matches to a ten, the 38-year-old added that Finals Day, on Monday, 27 August at Hove, will feature the best sides."I get quite a lot of people say we're the favourites or whatever but we don't see ourselves as that," Edwards told Press Association Sport. "We totally believe in the squad we've got but we're under no illusions, the other teams have got strong squads."We're not taking anything for granted, we know we've got to start well, but I think what we've created here is a bit of a reputation and I hope that will help us throughout this competition. We just missed out last year and I think it's important we try and put that behind us and learn from it. We're not going to dwell too much."I really loved the old format because I loved that there was something on every game; five games, you've got to start well, you can't afford to be slow out of the blocks. In terms of the 10-game (format) now, it really is the best three teams will go through to the final so that's a challenge within itself."