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Tasmania vs New South Wales, Sheffield Shield, Today Match Prediction 12 November 2022

Bellerive Oval in Hobart

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Will New South Wales register the first win of the season against Tasmania?

  • Jordan Silk has scored 638 runs in the last 9 games at an average of 57.17 while playing for Tasmania.
  • Chris Tremain has been a key bowler for New South Wales and has taken 28 wickets in the last 8 games for his side.
  • Tasmania have won 2 matches from the last 5 head-to-head matches between these 2 sides, while New South Wales have managed to win 3 games.

We predict that Tasmania will defeat New South Wales.

Tournament: Sheffield Shield | Format: TEST | Venue: Bellerive Oval in Hobart | Toss: To Bat

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After back-to-back draw games, New South Wales will face Tasmania in the 12th match of the Sheffield Shield 2022 at Bellerive Oval in Hobart between 12th November to 15th November. It will be a good opportunity for New South Wales to claim the first win of this new season, whereas Tasmania are also looking to get back on a winning track against NSW.

Tasmania registered victory in 1 game and got defeated in 1 game, placing them in the 3rd spot in the points table with 10.31 points. On the other end, New South Wales haven’t registered a win yet. They are in 6th place with 5.12 points after facing 1 defeat and 2 draw games. 

New South Wales heavily depends on its bowling unit, and the team would like to utilize its strength against the experienced batting unit of Tasmania. Jordan Silk is leading the Tasmania side from the front and will be a hurdle in front of NSW’s pace attack in this upcoming match at Hobart.

Tasmania Preview

Peter Siddle’s match-winning spell, including 8 wickets on his name, led Tasmania to register the first victory of the season against South Australia. Their last game went as a draw, and to return to a winning track again, they will face New South Wales in Hobart's 12th game of the season. 

While bowling first against Victoria in the last game, Peter Siddle’s 3 wickets for 61 runs and Riley Meredith’s 2 wickets for 61 runs helped Tasmania to put pressure on the opponent before Victoria declared their 1st innings on 351 for 7. Caleb Jewell ( 53 runs from 107 balls) and Tim Ward (91 runs from 199 balls) put 118 runs stand for the first wicket in Tasmania’s 1st innings.

Captain Jordan Silk then played a superb knock of 154 runs from 161 balls in the middle order before they got bowled out to 535 runs. After taking the lead of 181 runs, Tasmania’s bowling unit tried to take an early wicket in the 2nd innings, but they failed to deliver as Victoria put 122 runs on losing 1 wicket, and the match went as a draw. 

Tasmania’s side looks well balanced and has a good depth in batting as well as in bowling departments. Peter Siddle and Riley Meredith are handling the team's ace attack very well and will be the key players in the next match against New South Wales if they want to claim a win.

Key players:
Jordan Silk, Caleb Jewell, Peter Siddle, Riley Meredith.

Tasmania Predicted Playing XI:

Caleb Jewell, Tim Ward, Ben McDermott, Jordan Silk (c), Tim Paine (wk), Jake Doran, Jarrod Freeman, Jackson Bird, Peter Siddle, Sam Rainbird, Riley Meredith.

New South Wales Preview

New South Wales lost their first game against Western Australia and then managed to draw their next 2 matches in the season. They need a win this season and will have an opportunity to claim that first win when they face Tasmania in the upcoming game. 

In the last game against South Australia, they delivered high-skill batting performances.  Daniel Hughes’ 91 runs from 276 balls were key runs to set up the scoreboard in the innings. Kurtis Patterson added 122 runs from 175 balls before they declared 1st innings on 389 runs. The team’s bowling unit dismantled opponents' innings on 311 runs. 

Ben Dwarshuis, Nathon Lyon, and Liam Hatcher picked up 3 wickets each in the first innings. New South Wales lost quick wickets in the 2nd innings after taking the lead. But  Jason Sangha’s 41 runs from 105 balls and Baxter Holt’s 49 runs from 63 balls helped their team to set up 272 runs as a target for the chase to opponents. 

The bowling unit took 3 wickets in 30 overs, but the match went as a draw in the end.  The team’s bowlers have been performing well this season, but batters must deliver against Tasmania’s pace attack to register their first win. 

Key players:
Daniel Hughes, Kurtis Patterson, Chris Tremain, Nathon Lyon.

New South Wales Predicted Playing XI:

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

W. speed
W. direction
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2.23 k/h
From: SSE
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2.47 k/h
From: SE
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3.34 k/h
From: SE
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1.98 k/h
From: E
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1.82 k/h
From: NNE
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2.07 k/h
From: N
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2.29 k/h
From: NNW
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2.36 k/h
From: NNE

Weather Conditions

Here pitch favors bowlers in the 2nd innings of the game. The weather will be rainy on the match days, with 50-60% chances of rain. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be between 14°C - 6°C. 

Venue Details

Bellerive Oval Stadium in Hobart, Australia, will host this match. The ground can accommodate 15,000 people and has conducted many domestic games so far. 

Toss: To Bat

In the last 5 Test matches played here, the team who preferred to bat first won all 5 times. Here the general trend is the winning captain chooses to bat first. 

By looking at both squads, Tasmania have an upper hand against New South Wales in the upcoming game. Tasmania’s batting unit looks more balanced as compared to NSW, whereas the pace duo of Peter Siddle and  Riley Meredith will make trouble for NSW’s batters in Hobart. 

We predict that Tasmania will defeat New South Wales.


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