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The final of the Marsh ODI Cup 2021 is going to be played between New South Wales and Western Australia. Both of these teams absolutely deserve their place in the final and have been a cut above the rest. Interestingly, this is going to be the first time that these two teams actually play each other since their group match was abandoned due to rain without a ball being bowled.
A few important players from both teams are missing but that is not going to bring down the intensity of the contest one bit.
New South Wales vs Western Australia Marsh ODI Cup 2021 is going to be played at the Bankstown Oval, Sydney on the 11th of April 2021.
NSW has reached the final of the Marsh ODI Cup 2021 but it is going to be without some of its biggest names. Pat Cummins picked up three wickets in the previous match and Steve Smith was 86 not out at the end to help guide NSW to a win in the previous match.
However, both of those players and David Warner, Daniel Sams, and Moises Henriques are going to be unavailable since they have left for the IPL. That means there are some serious gaps to be plugged, not an easy task looking at the quality of the players to be replaced.
Jack Edwards. Oliver Davies, Sean Abbitt, and Liam Hatcher are the players that are going to probably step into the team. These are not bad players at all, however, they are not even in the same league as the ones they are replacing.
NSW is a significantly weaker lineup than it was in the previous match and there is no question about that.
Players like Daniel Hughes and Kurtis Patterson will have to do the bulk of the run-scoring. In the bowling department, though, there is still a lot of class.
Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazelwood, and Nathan Lyon are all expected to play the final. Their presence makes NSW a very dangerous team capable of ripping through any batting order on its day.
Daniel Hughes, M Gilkes, Kurtis Patterson, Jason Sangha, Oliver Davies, Jack Edwards, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Michael Lyon, JR Hazlewood.
WA was dominant in its previous match against Tasmania as it scored over 300 runs and then bowled out Tasmania for just 148. The reason for WA’s success has been its batting. Almost all of its leading batsmen are in good form and that is what they will be banking on in the final as well.
Josh Philippe, Sam Whiteman, Darcy Short, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Inglis, Ashton Turner, and Cameron Green form a ferocious batting lineup. There is a lot of talent and skill at the top followed by enough six-hitting power to boost the total at any stage of the game.
In terms of batting strength, we think WA has a clear advantage.
Jason Behrendorff has been roped in by the Chennai Super Kings as a replacement for Josh hazelwood and so he may not be available for this match. That will weaken the ranks a bit as a couple of their other big fast bowlers are also unavailable.
Lance Morris, Liam Guthrie, Ashton Agar, and maybe Matthew Kelly are going to line up for WA in this match. The bowling attack is not bad but it lacks the skill that NSW does.
Josh Philippe, SM Whiteman, D'Arcy Short, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Inglis, Cameron Green, AJ Turner, Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Liam Guthrie, Lance Morris.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first. In 50 over cricket, the trend is generally towards batting first and getting a big total on the board. We think both WA and NSW will look to do that in this match.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
A clear day with comfortable temperatures has been predicted for this match. That means we should have an uninterrupted match and a full contest to enjoy. The pitch at the Bankstown Oval is expected to be a bit on the slower side but quite flat otherwise.
Once the batsmen are able to get their eye in, they should be able to take full advantage of the small boundaries on offer.
We think a score of around 270-300 should a very good one batting first.
We are going to back Western Australia in this match. It has a stronger batting lineup and is going to have a more stable team coming into this match. While New South Wales has a superior bowling unit, it is going to be changing out four of its best players and that can be quite disruptive.
Bet on Western Australia to win.
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