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South Australia vs Tasmania, Australia Domestic One-Day Cup, Today Match Prediction 28 September 2022

Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia

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South Australia's hunt for a second consecutive win

  • South Australia have played a game here, and they know the conditions well at this venue which is an advantage
  • Tasmania is missing their skipper Matthew Wade who is with the national side, and this is a big loss for them
  • South Australia's bowlers Wes Agar, Conway, and Thornton bowled at less than five runs per over in the last game

South Australia to win

Tournament: Australia Domestic One-Day Cup | Format: ONE-DAY | Venue: Allan Border Field, Brisbane, Australia | Toss: To Bowl

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South Australia has made a good start in the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23. The side would look to continue with momentum as they take on Tasmania. South Australia registered a comprehensive win against Queensland in the last game, and they would feel confident. Tasmania shall look for a perfect start to the season as they play their first game.  

Tasmania's record against South Australia has been brilliant, and the team shall look to continue with the same. South Australia looked good in the last game with the ball, and they know the conditions well after playing their last game here. The team has good strength in the lower middle order.

South Australia Preview

Travis Head would be happy with the way his side started the tournament. They defeated Queensland by 61 runs in a one-sided contest. Their bowling attack fared well in the last game, making the skipper happy. The South Australia skipper shall look for a good show in this game and move up on the points table.   

Openers Henry Hunt and Jake Weatherald must provide the side with a good start. Travis Head played well in the last game, and he needs to anchor the innings in the middle order with Alex Carey and Nathan McSweeney. Nathan McAndrew and Ben Manenti played crucial knocks against Queensland, and the same would be expected.  

It was an excellent show with the ball from the team, and they would like to see early wickets from Garry Conway, and Wes Agar will need to grab early wickets in this game. Henry Thornton was good with his spells in the middle overs and will look to do the same. Ben Manenti and McAndrew shall look to do well in this game.

South Australia Predicted Playing XI:

Travis Head (c), Jake Weatherald , Henry Hunt, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan McSweeney, Jake Lehmann, Nathan McAndrew, Ben Manenti, Wes Agar, Henry Thornton, Harry Conway

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Jordan Silk would lead the side as their skipper Matthew Wade is with the national side. Silk shall look to make a positive start to the season. They had finished 3rd on the points table last year and failed to qualify for the final. Their record against South Australia has been impressive, and Silk shall look to maintain it by winning this game.  

The side would need an excellent start to the game from Caleb Jewell and Ben McDermott, as both these players have done well in recent months. Jake Doran, Macalister Wright, and Jordan Silk complement each other and strengthen the side's middle order. Beau Webster and Tom Andrews must do well in the finishers' role in this game.  

Sam Rainbird and Tom Rogers have to bowl good lines in the early overs and take advantage of the conditions. Peter Siddle brings lots of experience to the attack, and there would be responsibilities on his shoulders. With their variations, Beau Webster and Tom Andrews add to the side's bowling strength.

Tasmania Predicted Playing XI:

Jordan Silk (c), Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott (wk), Jake Doran, Tom Andrews, Sam Rainbird, Peter Siddle, Macalister Wright, Jackson Bird, Tom Rogers, Beau Webster

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1.68 k/h
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2.86 k/h
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0.94 mm.
3.29 k/h
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0.24 mm.
1.73 k/h
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3.27 k/h
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2.67 k/h
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2.74 k/h
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4.45 k/h
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Weather Conditions

Weatherman predicts slightly overcast skies over Brisbane on September 28. The wicket shall be lively, and the fast bowlers will get the ball to move. Batsmen need to adjust to the surface to do well here. A score of 280 runs or more shall be a good total to defend at this venue.

Venue Details

Allan Border Field, Brisbane, is a small ground with short square boundaries. It lets batsmen score runs. However, the wicket is lively and fast bowlers have done well at this venue. Spinners can't turn the ball much on this surface, and they must rely on their skills to do well on this ground.

Toss: To Bowl

The wicket provided bounce and carry to the fast bowlers in the last game. It was a difficult wicket to bat early in the game. The conditions ease here as the game progresses. Hence, the side winning the toss in this game would opt to bowl first and take advantage of the assistance on the wicket.

Tasmania comes to this game missing some of its big players. It is a challenge for the team as they don’t have depth in the bowling department. They play a team that has looked in good form and have to be on their toes to win here. South Australia ticked all boxes in the last game and has depth in their batting, and they will start favorites here.

South Australia to win


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