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Worcestershire Vs Australia A One Day Best Dream 11 Team
A side who was set to put down the English domestic teams with ease in their visit of the country and Australia A have fully lived upto the expectations till now. After defeating Northamptonshire in their first match, Australia A followed it up with yet another pristine performance against Derbyshire as they went onto defeat them by 7 wickets on Sunday.
It was once again the perfect performance for a side who are over pouring with a spectacular pool of international, outstanding players in their line-up. Things started going wrong for Derbyshire from the first over itself after they found themselves struggling at 26-2 in the first 8 overs before a staunch 89-run stand between Wayne Madsen and Leus du Plooy helped instil the much needed semblance in their innings.
However once the partnership broke, an inexperienced and understrength Derbyshire fell apart like a house of cards, falling in quick succession as six of their batters made their way back to the pavilion for under 20 runs. Andre Tye ended up with figures of 6-65 a stunning performance which was complimented by Matthew Wade with the bat.
The opener was touted to emerge as one of the most stellar players from this five match one day outing for the side and he’s done his extreme skill set full justice. In what was a true man of the match performer from the opener, he put on an astonishing innings of 155 in 71 balls, hitting a colossal 14 4s and 11 6s to take his side to the 284 run target in just 36 overs.
The innings obliterated a slew of records, becoming the fastest ever century by a player for Australia A as he reached the figure in 45 balls, an innings that turned heads and saw the plaudits rain down on the batsman. It was a stupendous innings, one that saw him make light work of the opposition and yet again emphasising the massive depth in his country’s batting line-up.
After having it easy in their opening two matches, things are bound to get tougher for Australia against their opponents today. Worcestershire are one of the finest units in the English ODI domestic circuit, the semi-finalists of the Royal London One Day Cup in the wake of some exquisite performances.
The 50 over format is where the home side really dominate. They like Australia A are packed with stalwart batsmen, players who love taking the onus on themselves and capitalising on the starts they get to convert them into a big score.
That is what saw them make it all the way to the top 4 of the expansive one day cup, one they were eventually sent out of after winners Somerset decimated them by 147 runs. They are a side who will finally pose a stern test to Australia and make things jittery for them com Tuesday.
In a battle between two finely balanced units, it’s the bowling side who will win this for their side. In a match which promises to give us runs galore, we see Australia just about coming through given the slightly better bowlers they posses.
Wicket-Keeper for WOR vs AU-A Dream 11
We are going in with a trio of wicket-keepers, something we hardly partake in but it’s become a plausible reality given the identity of batsmen in this segment. While we’ve already written laurels about Matthew Wade, Peters Handscomb at the other end has been a more than steady bat as well.
From the hosts outfit, its Ben Cox who comes in. He’s not known for his ability to traverse the boundaries at will but brings to the table a resolute ability, something that helps the batsmen around him flourish.
Batsmen for WOR vs AU-A Dream 11
Scoring 300 runs at will to win six of their group stage matches in the Royal London Cup, Worcestershire had Riki Wessels and Ross Whiteley to thank for always coming up with a barrage of runs. The two score runs at will, finding the boundary in almost every over and are set to do the same against Australia A as well.
From Australia we have decided to stick through with D’Arcy Short one final time. He’s a fine player and if he finds his form, can easily stitch up a momentous stand alongside Wade.
All-Rounders for WOR vs AU-A Dream 11
Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head are the two all-rounders for us. Both are equally good with the bat as they are with the ball, two qualities we couldn’t find in unison in any of Worcestershire’s players. These are good players to get, with the two bound to get a solid amount of points in this fixture.
Bowling Order for WOR vs AU-A Dream 11
Given the immense quality of batting at our disposal, we have picked up just the three bowlers. We’ll being with the lone pick from the home side, Wayne Parnell. He is adept to score with the bat, one of the first bowlers who comes out to bat from his side and got a nice 61 for his side as well in May.
From Australia, coming in with his six wicket haul is Andrew Tye while Sean Abbott continues to partner him as we retain the identity from Australia’s side in this facet.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Opener Matthew Wade has been selected as the captain’s choice unanimously by us once again while its Ross Whiteley who we have chosen to become our vice-captain.
Match: Worcestershire Vs Australia A One Day
Date And Time: 25th June, Tuesday- 3:30pm IST
Venue: Kidderminster Cricket Club