NSW vs WAU Fantasy Prediction: New South Wales vs Western Australia – 14 March 2021 (Sydney). Josh Hazlewood is back on the NSW side, whereas Steve Smith & Shaun Marsh will not play this game.
New South Wales will take on Western Australia in the league match of the Marsh One Day Cup. The Premier ODD competition is finally getting underway in Australia.
New South Wales have won both of their games in the tournament so far, whereas Western Australia suffered a defeat in their last game. Josh Hazlewood returns for the NSW side, whereas Steve Smith is still not available to play the game. Shaun Marsh also misses out for Western Australia.
Pitch Report – This pitch is generally a very good batting surface with a little help for the pacers.
Match Details :
Time:-4:30 AM IST Stadium:- North Sydney Oval, Sydney.
Note:- The last season stats are of Marsh One Day Cup 2019-20.
Probable XI for both sides:-
New South Wales – David Warner, Matthew Gilkes, Moises Henriques, Kurtis Patterson, Oliver Davies, Jack Edwards, Sean Abbott, Pat Cummins, Ben Dwarshius, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood.
Western Australia – Cameron Bancroft, Sam Whiteman, Hilton Cartwright, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis, Nick Hobson, Aaron Hardie, Joel Paris, Matthew Kelly, Liam Guthrie, Liam O’Connor.
5 Must-Have Players in the Squad
David Warner, Pat Cummins, Moises Henriques, Cameron Green, and Joel Paris.
NSW vs WAU Team Wicket-Keeper
Josh Inglis (Price 8.5) will be our wicket-keeper. Inglis scored 413 runs in the Big Bash League at an average of 34.41, whereas his strike-rate was 140.00. He is an aggressive keeper-batsman.
NSW vs WAU Team Batsmen
David Warner (Price 10) will be our batsman from New South Wales. Warner is a veteran of 5455 ODI runs, and he played a fine of knock of 87 runs in the last game against South Australia. He is a world-class player.
Cameron Bancroft (Price 9) and Sam Whiteman (Price 8.5) will be our batsmen from Western Australia. Bancroft is in superb red-ball domestic form, whereas he scored 281 runs at an average of 40.14 last season. Whiteman has scored 95 runs this season at an average of 47.50. Both of them open the innings for Western Australia.
[You can also take Oliver Davies instead of Sam Whiteman]
NSW vs WAU Team All-Rounders
Moises Henriques (Price 9) and Sean Abbott (Price 8.5) will be our all-rounders from New South Wales. Henriques scored 310 runs at an average of 44.28 last season, whereas he scalped four wickets in bowling. Abbott has scalped five wickets in just a couple of games this season, whereas he has scored 31 runs with the bat. Both of them are brilliant all-rounders.
Cameron Green (Price 9) will be our all-rounder from Western Australia. Green is in terrific domestic form, and he has scored 148 runs in this tournament at an average of 74.00. He is a handy fast-bowler as well.
NSW vs WAU Team Bowlers
Joel Paris (Price 8.5) will be our bowler from Western Australia. Paris is a brilliant left-arm pacer, and he has scalped six wickets in just a couple of games in the tournament.
Pat Cummins (Price 9), Josh Hazlewood (Price 8.5), and Ben Dwarshius (Price 8.5) will be our bowlers from New South Wales. Cummins has scored 49 runs in the tournament, whereas he has scalped five wickets in bowling. Dwarshius scalped four wickets in the tournament, whereas Hazlewood has 88 ODI wickets under his belt.
Match Prediction: New South Wales will be the favourites to win this game.
Top Names for the Captaincy Role:-
David Warner and Cameron Green
Top Names for the Vice-Captaincy Role:-
Both the captain’s pick + Pat Cummins and Moises Henriques
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All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.