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The first four-day match of the ongoing Australia A’s tour of England will be played between Sussex and Australia A at Arundel today. With Australia A winning all the four List A matches so far, the visitors would be hoping to take forward their momentum across formats now.
With a looming Ashes series, Australia A’s players doing well might see them earn a spot in the senior squad for the historic series. On the other hand, impressive performance against the touring side will highlight Sussex’s players in the English circuit.
SUS vs AU-A Dream 11 Prediction
Wicket-keepers for SUS vs AU-A Dream 11
I have selected a couple of wicket-keepers for this match. The first one is Sussex captain Ben Brown. In the ongoing domestic season, Brown is currently the second-highest run-scorer with 715 runs in nine matches at an average of 55 and a strike rate of 66.02 including three centuries and three half-centuries.
In Australia A’s Matthew Wade, my second wicket-keeper batsman is also the captain of this team. Having registered scores of 117, 155, 41 and 42 on the tour so far, Wade has been in stellar form with the bat in hand. In his last First-class reason, Wade finished as the second-highest run-scorer with 1,021 runs in 10 matches at an average of 60.05 and a strike rate of 56.12 including two centuries and eight half-centuries.
Batsmen for SUS vs AU-A Dream 11
Sussex’s Stiaan van Zyl has been their second-best batsman after Brown in this season. van Zyl has scored 608 runs in eight matches at an average of 55.27 and a strike rate of 50.75 including two centuries and half-centuries each.
Coming on the back of a Test debut and being the highest run-scorer (1,188 runs at an average of 69.88 and a strike rate of 61.58 including three centuries and six half-centuries) in the Sheffield Shield, there were minimal reasons for me to not pick Marcus Harris in this team.
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Much like Harris, Kurtis Patterson also made his Test debut in the last season and features in the Top Five run-scorers (724 runs at an average of 40.22 and a strike rate of 45.47 including two centuries and four half-centuries) list in the Sheffield Shield.
All-rounders for SUS vs AU-A Dream 11
Sussex’s Chris Jordan being their third-highest run-scorer (384 runs at an average of 34.90 and a strike rate of 57.39 including one century and half-century each) this year speaks highly of his batting skills. The same in addition to his bowling ability makes him a must-have in your team. Don’t miss him!
I have picked Delray Rawlins majorly because of his price of eight credits. If the 21-year old cricketer does well, consider it to be a bonus for you.
In the recent matches that he has played, Mitchell Marsh has looked in good nick with both the bat and ball. Having scored a century against Queensland in his last First-class match, Marsh would be looking to replicate the same today.
Bowlers for SUS vs AU-A Dream 11
Having dismissed 40 batsmen in seven matches at an average of 17.72, an economy rate of 2.74 and a strike rate of 38.7, Ollie Robinson is currently the highest wicket-taker in the English domestic season.
As far as the Australia fast bowlers are concerned, it became tempting for me to pick both Josh Hazlewood and James Pattinson. Both the premier fast bowlers haven’t been in the best of form of late, but their potential should see them picking wickets in the imminent match.