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Will Victoria claim the first win of the season against Queensland?
We predict that Queensland will defeat Victoria.
Tournament: Sheffield Shield | Format: TEST | Venue: Allan Border Field, Brisbane | Toss: To BatBet Now
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Queensland will host Victoria in the 10th match of the Sheffield Shield 2022 at Allan Border Field, Brisbane, between the 10th and 13th of November. Queensland lost the last game against Western Australia and first position in the points table.
Queensland have managed to win 1 game from the 3 they played, whereas they lost 1. With 11.13 points from 3 matches, they are in the 2nd place in the points table. Victoria are to win a game after 3 draws in all 3 matches, and they are in 4th place with 7.31 points.
Both sides have strong batting lineups where Marnus Labushchagne for Queensland and Peter Handscomb for Victoria look in good touch with the bat. It will be a massive task for both teams’ bowling units to tackle experienced batting units in the upcoming match at Brisbane.
After a win against Tasmania and a draw game against New South Wales, Queensland lost their first match of the season against Western Australia. Now to get back in the group's top position, they will face Victoria in the next game at Brisbane.
Though the team has well depth experienced batting unit, they failed to score runs in the last match against Western Australia. While batting first against WA, despite Usman Khawaja’s 56 runs from 159 balls and Michael Neser’s 56 runs from 113 balls, no other batter put effort into scoring runs. They got bowled out to just 211 runs in the first innings.
Mark Steketee led the team's bowling attack, picked up 6 wickets for 38 runs, and helped his squad restrict opponents to 115 runs. Despite that brilliant bowling spell, the team’s batting unit failed again in the 2nd innings. Matt Renshaw scored 26 runs and was their highest run scorer. The opponent chased down the target of 194 runs by sparing 3 wickets in hand.
The teams look well-balanced on paper, including good depth in their batting and bowling unit. They must utilize their batting strength when facing Victoria in the next match. A win in the upcoming game can help them to claim a top spot in the points table.
Matt Renshaw, Marnus Labuschagne, Usman Khawaja, Mitchell Swepson.
Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Jack Clayton, Usman Khawaja (c), Michael Neser, Mitchell Swepson, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Gurinder Sandhu, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann.
With a 3rd draw game in a row, Victoria are yet to win a game this season. They will face Queensland in Brisbane's 10th game of the league to claim that first win of the season. Captain Peter Handscomb is shining with the bat for the team but failed to convert those good knocks into wins for his team.
Ashley Chandrasinghe’s not-out 119 runs from 333 balls, and Peter Handscomb’s 95 runs from 168 balls helped Victoria to score 351 runs on the board in the first innings. The team;’s bowling unit failed to put pressure on opponents in the first innings, and as a result, opponents scored 535 runs on the board. Mitchell Perry took 4 wickets for 112 runs in the 25 overs he bowled.
Victoria scored 122 runs on losing 1 wicket on the last day of the game, and the match went as a draw. Travis Dean scored 70 runs from 200 balls in the 2nd innings. Despite good batting performances in the game, they failed to register the first win of the season against Tasmania.
Now the team can claim its first win against Queensland in the upcoming match. The team’s bowling unit needs to pull up their socks against Queensland if they want to register a win against the well-experienced batting unit of Queensland.
Marcus Harris, Peter Handscomb, Ashley Chandrasinghe, Mitchell Perry.
Marcus Harris, Travis Dean, Ashley Chandrasinghe, Peter Handscomb (c), Mitchell Perry, Scott Boland, Nic Maddinson, Matthew Short, Sam Harper (wk), Fergus O'Neill, Cameron McClure.
The weather will be clear and sunny during match days, with no chances of rain. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be between 27°C - 17°C.
Allan Border Field in Brisbane will host this match. The ground can accommodate 4500 people and has conducted many domestic games.
The pitch has favored the batters here. The records are in favor of the team who batted first. Here the general trend is the winning captain chooses to bat first.
Queensland’s squad is looking stronger than Victoria's this season. Though Queensland’s batting unit failed against WA in the last match, they have good depth in the batting team. Victoria, on the other side, are, struggling to get wickets with the ball, and that adds an advantage to Queensland's experience batters to dominate the game.
We predict that Queensland will defeat Victoria.
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