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Western Australia vs South Australia, Australia Domestic One-Day Cup, Today Match Prediction

WACA Ground, Perth, Australia

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Western Australia's quest for record 16th title

  • Western Australia has won the last five games they have played against South Australia since 2021
  • Western Australia has won all seven games in the league stages, and they have players in good form
  • South Australia's batsmen have been inconstant, and they have had a poor record at Perth in the past

Western Australia to win

Tournament: Australia Domestic One-Day Cup | Format: ONE-DAY | Venue: WACA Ground, Perth, Australia | Toss: To Bowl

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Western Australia will aim for their second consecutive title as they take on South Australia in the final of the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23. The defending champions enter this contest with a big win against Tasmania. South Australia also comes here with a win against Victoria, and the side will carry confidence from that win.   

Western Australia has won all seven games they have played this season. Their batsmen and bowlers come here riding good form. The side will feel confident playing on the home turn. South Australia will face a big challenge as they haven't had a good record at this venue and need to produce a special performance to stop Western Australia's juggernaut. 

Western Australia Preview

It has been an excellent season for Ashton Turner's side. They are undefeated in the tournament and shall eye for a back-to-back title. They defeated Tasmania by 6-wickets in the last game. The side has dominated its opponents in the tournament, and this will boost their confidence. Turner shall look to continue with the same momentum and with the title for a record 16th time.  

In the last game, Josh Philippe and D'Arcy Short put up a 131-run stand. The pair have looked good, and they will look to provide a solid start. Mitchell Marsh, Cameroon Bancroft, and Josh Inglis make it a strong middle order and will look to build partnerships. Hilton Cartwright, Ashton Agar, and Turner add depth to the line-up, making it strong.  

Jason Behrendorff and Cameron Gannon must use the surface and strike early in this game. Turner and Ashton Agar are experienced bowlers and will look to trouble South Australia's batsmen in this game. David Moody and D'Arcy Short will look to do well in the supporting role in this big game. 

Western Australia Predicted Playing XI:

Ashton Turner (c), Josh Philippe, D Arcy Short, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Inglis (wk), Hilton Cartwright, Ashton Agar, Cameron Gannon, Jason Behrendorff, David Moody

South Australia Preview

Jake Lehmann is leading the side in this big game. They defeated Victoria by 8 wickets in the last game to qualify for the final. The side will miss some of its key players representing the national side. The South Australia skipper shall look for a good show in this game and earn their first title since 2011-2012   

Openers Henry Hunt and Jake Carder will have a big responsibility on their shoulders and need to deliver a strong start. Nathan McSweeney will have to anchor the innings in the middle order and add runs with Daniel Drew and Lehmann. Harry Nielsen, Ben Martini, and Nathan McAndrew add depth to the line-up and have important roles in this game.  

Wes Agar and Spencer Johnson bowled well in the last game, and the side will expect a similar show. Ben Manenti and McAndrew will be confident after their good spells in the last game and will have a very important role in this contest. Henry Thornton must keep the run rate under check in the supporting role. 

South Australia Predicted Playing XI:

Jake Lehmann (c), Henry Hunt, Jake Carder, Daniel Drew, Nathan McSweeney, Harry Nielsen (wk), Ben Manenti, Nathan McAndrew, Wes Agar, Henry Thornton, Spencer Johnson

W. speed
W. direction
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8.18 k/h
From: ENE
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5.96 k/h
From: NE
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1.22 k/h
From: S
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7.43 k/h
From: S
0.26 mm.
1.97 k/h
From: ENE
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2.68 k/h
From: NNW
0 mm.
2.54 k/h
From: NW
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3.71 k/h
From: W

Weather Conditions

Perth would have clear skies on March 8, bringing some respite to the batsmen. It is one of the toughest wickets in Australia, and batsmen would have to focus on building partnerships in this game. The side batting first would be happy to go past the 280-run mark.

Venue Details

WACA Ground, Perth, is one of the best bowling wickets in the world, where the batsmen find it difficult to bat on. Fast bowlers have done well on this surface as they can get the ball to move off the surface and in the air. Spinners struggle on this surface as there is no assistance for them.

Toss: To Bowl

The wicket is lively and fast bowlers would generate bounce and carry off the surface. It would be tough to bat against the new ball on this track. In the past, sides chasing scores have won more games at this venue. The team winning the toss shall have little hesitation in opting to bowl first.

South Australia did well in the last game but will be tougher. They have a strong bowling attack, but their batsmen will face a tough challenge on this fast-paced wicket with the middle order inconsistent. Western Australia hasn't lost a game this season, and they have an excellent record at home. It will make them favorites to win the game. 

Western Australia to win


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