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With The Ashes approaching, Cricket Australia's focus may not be as much on the domestic matches, but the fans and the punters will certainly be keeping an eye on the proceedings. Sheffield Shield and Marsh ODI Cup are both in a delicate position at the moment and the upcoming matches can be very exciting.
Up next in the Marsh ODI Cup, Western Australia are set to take on Tasmania in what is going to be an important match for these two sides as far as their positions on the ladder are concerned. The match will be played at Bellerive Oval, Hobart on November 26th 2021.
We are quite a long way into the tournament and Tasmania have played only a couple of matches in the competition. However, they have done pretty well in the two matches they have played, winning one and losing one. Another win here will push them to the third spot and that is exactly what they will be aiming for.
Tasmania have not played a limited-overs match for almost a month now and judging on the basis of form may not be the right way to approach. However, Tasmania have been brilliant in their recent matches played across formats and should be brimming with confidence. Also, they are the only side that has registered a win over Western Australia in the tournament and that should add to their confidence.
On paper, Tasmania have a slightly inexperienced side, but they have done a lot better. The likes of Ben McDermott and Jordan Silk form the backbone of their batting unit and will need the support from their lesser-experienced batsmen. In the absence of Beau Webster, who is away playing Abu Dhabi T10 League, Tasmania's batting depth has certainly taken a hit. With the experience of Riley Meredith and Peter Siddle available, their bowling looks a lot better than their batting.
Overall, Tasmania have some areas to take care of in the batting department, but the fact that they have punched well above their weight in the tournament so far should give them that wee bit of confidence. Plus, they have already defeated Western Australia once in the tournament. They will need to play out of their skins in this upcoming match and if they are able to do that, they should be able to repeat their previous feat of defeating Western Australia.
Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Charlie Wakim, Jordan Silk, Mac Wright, Bradley Hope, TD Andrews, Thomas Rogers, Peter Siddle, Sam Rainbird, Tim David.
Western Australia are currently leading the points table in the tournament, but things could change pretty quickly if they are not able to get a win in this upcoming match. New South Wales, Queensland, and Tasmania are all breathing down their neck and the state of the points table can change pretty quickly.
While Western Australia have anyway done pretty well in the tournament, they have played at least one match more than the rest of the sides. From a total of four matches played, Western Australia have won three and lost one, having a total of 13 points. Besides, they have a decent net run rate of 0.718, which can be crucial if things get tight towards the end.
Surprisingly, the only loss that Western Australia have experienced in the tournament thus far came against Tasmania. However, since then they have been brilliant, racking up two big wins, and will be brimming with confidence. In their last match, Western Australia's batting did a wonderful job, scoring 361 runs, before their bowlers defended the total with remarkable ease.
On paper, Western Australia have a terrific white-ball side loaded with experienced players right throughout. It is surprising to see D'Arcy Short play in the middle-order, but given the way their openers in Josh Phillipe and Nick Hobson have done, the fans wouldn't mind that strategy. Besides, the likes of Cameron Bancroft, Cameron Green, and Ashton Turner add much needed firepower to their middle-order, which was primarily the reason the they managed to put up a tall total despite getting off to a rather sedate start in the last match.
With the liks of Jason Behrendorff and Andrew Tye available with the ball, they have a decent bowling attack too. However, the absence of experienced support bowlers can be a problem if any of the above stated bowlers happen to have a bad day. All in all, Western Australia have a strong unit and if they are able to play to their on-paper potential, beating them is going to be exceedingly difficult.
Josh Philippe, Sam Whiteman, CT Bancroft, Cameron Green, Ashton Turner, D'Arcy Short, Hilton Cartwright, Andrew Tye, Matthew Kelly, Liam Guthrie, David Moody.
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We are slowly moving towards the business end of the tournament and each match hereon will only grow in importance. We saw a well-fought encounter when these two sides met the last time and we expect something similar this time as well. While Tasmania will be high on confidence, Western Australia would be nothing less. Besides, Western Australia have a better balanced side between the two and are certainly the favorites here. Back Western Australia to register a win here in this contest.
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