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Australia’s Marsh One-Day Cup 2021 50 Over competition is well and truly on the way and almost all of their international stars are currently a part of these matches as well. While that used to be the case a decade or so ago, the big names being available for a domestic tournament is a rare thing (unless it is the Big Bash, of course).
This next match is going to be played between Queensland and Western Australia, both teams that managed to win their respective opening matches. Their confidence will be high and they will be keen to continue their winning run to hopefully open up some room at the top of the table.
Queensland vs Western Australia Marsh One-Day Cup 2021 is going to be played at the Gabba, Brisbane on the 11th of March 2021.
Queensland beat Tasmania in the previous match it played largely thanks to a terrific bowling performance. They managed to keep Tasmania to 237 and then chased it down with four wickets in hand.
Billy Stanlake ended up with four wickets to be the pick of the bowlers while Matthew Kuhnemann also picked up three wickets but was a touch expensive. Mark Steketee, Jack Wildermuth, and Xavier Bartlett are also a part of the bowling attack making the Queensland bowling lineup very impressive.
Steketee, Wildermuth, and Stanlake can all be expected to get some disconcerting bounce at the Gabba where the next match is scheduled to be played.
The batting lineup is also stacked with international talent. Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, and Jimmy Pierson were in the lineup for the previous match.
There is a tremendous amount of talent and depth in this lineup. Khawaja top-scored with 93 in the previous match but any of these batsmen are capable of playing a match-winning inning.
Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Joe Burns, Matt Renshaw, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Wildermuth, Michael Neser, Mark Steketee, Matt Kuhnemann, Billy Stanlake.
Western Australia was involved in one of the most remarkable ODI matches that we have seen in a long time the last time around when they played South Australia. They scored 369 batting first but only won by 13 runs in the end!
Shaun Marsh and Cameron Green led the way with scores of 113 and 144 respectively but Cameron Bancroft, Sam Whiteman, and Josh Inglis also played good cameos. The batting lineup for Western Australia is strong but we don’t think it has the depth that Queensland does.
That being said, Cameron Green has been awesome form this season and Shaun Marsh is an Australian domestic giant.
WA’s bowling is not very strong in our opinion and can be quite expensive. Joel Paris, Aaron Hardie, Cameron Green, and Charles Stobo are the fast bowlers with Liam ‘O Conner as the spinner.
The Gabba wicket is similar in some aspects to what Perth offers and so the WA bowlers will have a slight advantage but in terms of the quality of the attack, Queensland once again has an edge.
CT Bancroft, SM Whiteman, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis, Hilton Cartwright, Nick Hobson, Aaron Hardie, Joel Paris, Matthew Kelly, Liam Guthrie, Liam O'Connor.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to field first with the rain around. The Gabba wicket does not change much and so winning the toss may not be much of an advantage.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
There is some rain around in Brisbane and we could have a delayed start or even some reduction in the total number of overs. Hopefully, the rain will relent and allow this match to be played.
The pitch at the Gabba always has some pace and bounce on offer. It provides the fast-bowlers an opportunity to hurry the batsmen up with pace and the batsmen to make use of the ball coming onto the bat.
If the rain does not spoil things we could see a high-scoring match be played out.
We are going to back Queensland in this contest. It seems to have more depth in its side and a better bowling attack than Western Australia. Cameron Green seems to be the one player that can win the match on his own for Western Australia but individual brilliance is not something we advise betting on.
Bet on Queensland to win.
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