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New South Wales vs Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Today Match Prediction

Drummoyne Oval, Sydney

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Will Queensland continue winning momentum against New South Wales?

  • Marnus Labuschagne has scored 634 runs in the last 7 games at an average of 63.40 for Queensland.
  • Daniel Hughes has been a key batter for New South Wales, averaging 39.85 over the last 8 matches.
  • New South Wales have an advantage of 3-1 over Queensland in the last 5 head-to-head matches.

We predict that Queensland will defeat New South Wales.

Tournament: Sheffield Shield | Format: TEST | Venue: Drummoyne Oval, Sydney | Toss: To Bowl

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New South Wales are hosting Queensland in the  6th match of the Sheffield Shield 2022 at Drummoyne Oval, Sydney, between the 18th and 21st of October. New South Wales are yet to register a win this season and would like to claim that against in-formed Queensland.

Queensland have managed to win their first game of the season, and with 1 win from 1 game, they are at the top of the points table with 7.82 points. New South Wales, on another side, lost their first game, and with 0.7 points, they are in the 5th place in the points table.

Queensland have strong defensive top-order batters like Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne, and it will be a tough test for NSW’s bowlers to break the partnership earlier in the inning. NSW would like to take this opportunity to challenge Queensland’s hurdle, whereas Queensland are looking forward to maintaining winning momentum this season.

New South Wales Preview

New South Wales didn’t get the start they wanted in the new season and got defeated in the first match against West Australia. Now to get back on a winning track, they will face Queensland in the 6th match of the Sheffield Shield in Sydney.

While batting first against West Australia, NSW lost back-to-back wickets and managed to put just 180 runs on the board in 1st innings. Captain Kurtis Patterson was the highest run-getter in the kings with his not-out 72 runs from 149 balls. Ben Dwarshuis tried to put pressure on opponents with the ball and took 4 wickets for 48 runs to restrict opponents to 258 runs.

Despite a good fight back with the ball, the team's batting unit failed again in the 2nd innings and got bowled out to just 162 runs to set a target of just 85 runs to win for Wes Australia. Baxter Holt played a fighting knock of 54 runs from 78 balls, but West Australia registered a comfortable win by sparing 8 wickets in hand.

The overall team looks well-balanced but is yet to show its batting strength this season. The team’s batters need to show more intent if they want to register their first win of the season against Queensland. The Bowling unit is working well and will perform a vital role in the upcoming match against Queensland.

Key players:
Daniel Hughes, Moises Henriques, Nathan Lyon, Ben Dwarshuis.

New South Wales Predicted Playing XI:

Daniel Hughes, Blake Nikitaras, Kurtis Patterson (c), Jason Sangha, Moises Henriques, Baxter Holt (wk), Jack Edwards, Ben Dwarshuis, Chris Tremain, Nathan Lyon, Liam Hatcher.

Queensland Preview

Queensland delivered a dominating performance in the first match against Tasmania. With the help of all-round skills with ball and bat, they claimed a win by an innings. They will face New South Wales in the next fixture on 18th October to continue that momentum.

Mark Steketee’s 4 wickets for 43 runs and  Michael Neser’s 3 wickets for 42 runs were the key spells in the first innings as Queensland bowled out opponents to just 147 runs. While batting in the first innings, with the help of Marnus Labuschagne’s (scored 127 runs from 234 balls) and  Jimmy Peirson’s (scored 123 from 207 balls) centuries, Queensland put 458 runs on the board.

Complete dominance with the ball and bat drove the team toward a thumping victory. Gurinder Sandhu dismantled Tasmania’s 2nd inning with the ball and claimed a 5-wicket haul for 41 runs. James Bazley and Mark Steketee took 2 wickets each.

The team’s core unit looks strong and has good batting depth and a bowling unit. The team just needs to continue the excellent form their players have when they face New South Wales in the upcoming match in Sydney.

Key players:
Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Usman Khawaja, Gurinder Sandhu.

Queensland Predicted Playing XI:

Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Jack Clayton, Usman Khawaja (c), Michael Neser, James Bazley, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Gurinder Sandhu, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann.

HR
Temp
Rain
W. speed
W. direction
Clouds
00h
18
0.80 mm.
2.53 k/h
From: ENE
74%
03h
19
0.68 mm.
3.51 k/h
From: ENE
75%
06h
19
0.13 mm.
3.84 k/h
From: NE
83%
09h
18
0 mm.
4.07 k/h
From: NE
92%
12h
17
0.28 mm.
2.71 k/h
From: N
97%
15h
16
0 mm.
0.74 k/h
From: NNW
88%
18h
16
0 mm.
1.9 k/h
From: SW
92%
21h
17
0 mm.
2.66 k/h
From: SW
99%

Weather Conditions

The weather will be cloudy on the first day, but it looks rainy in the remaining 3 days, with 50-60% chances of rain. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be between 27°C - 14C.

Venue Details

Drummoyne Oval in Sydney will host this match. The ground can accommodate 6,000 people and has conducted many domestic games. 

Toss: To Bowl

In the last few first-class matches played here, the team who preferred to bowl first performed better. Here the general trend is the winning captain chooses to ball first. 

Queensland's squad has more depth and looks balanced compared to New South Wales this season. They have shown the team's all-around skills in the first match against Tasmania. New South Wales's batting unit is yet to deliver at full of its capacity, and that adds an advantage to Queensland in the upcoming game.

We predict that Queensland will defeat New South Wales.

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