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Western Australia's quest for a win at home
Western Australia to win
Tournament: Australia Domestic One-Day Cup | Format: ONE-DAY | Venue: WACA Ground, Perth, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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Western Australia has started the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23 on a positive note. The defending champions would look to continue with momentum as they take on New South Wales in the 6th game. Western Australia registered a big win against Victoria in the last game, and they would feel confident. New South Wales shall look for their first points after their loss against Victoria in the previous game.
Western Australia's batting looked in excellent form in the last game, and this shall make the side confident in this game. They play at home and have good knowledge of the conditions here, which will be an added advantage. New South Wales would look to bounce back which shall make the game exciting.
Ashton Turner's side made a positive start to the tournament. It was a clinical show from their players in the last game against Victoria, winning by five wickets. Their batsmen look in good form, and this is a big bonus for the side. They play at home, and Turner would look to continue with the momentum.
Josh Philippe scored a hundred in the last game and set up a 166-run stand with D'Arcy Short. The pair shall look to repeat the same show here. Sam Whiteman, Turner, and Cameroon Bancroft shall have to do well in the middle order. The side had Hilton Cartwright and Aaron Hardie to do the big hitting towards the end.
Jason Behrendorff and Joel Paris did well with the new ball in the last game, and the pair shall have to do the same here. Aaron Hardie and Lance Morris come here with high confidence and have an vital role here. Andrew Tye and Short must do well in the supporting role.
Ashton Turner (c), Josh Philippe (wk), D Arcy Short, Sam Whiteman, Cameron Bancroft, Hilton Cartwright, Aaron Hardie, Joel Paris, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Lance Morris
Kurtis Patterson would consider his side unlucky to have lost the opening game against Victoria by three runs under the DLS method. They batted well, but rain played spoilsport in the last match. Patterson shall look to put this behind and come up with a good show against the strongest side in the tournament.
Daniel Hughes would be confident after his hundred in the last game and look to set up a big partnership with Kurtis Patterson. Moises Henriques looked good, making the middle order strong with Matthew Gilkes and Jason Sangha. The team would also expect to see runs from the bats of Jack Edwards and William Salzmann in this game.
Chris Tremain and Liam Hatcher will have to bowl well with the new ball in this game as Western Australia has a strong batting line-up. Nathan Lyon must bring his experience to play in this game and do well in the middle overs with Mickey Edwards and Salzmann. Sangha and Henriques add to the team's bowling options, and they shall have to do well in this game.
Kurtis Patterson (c), Daniel Hughes, Matthew Gilkes (wk), Moises Henriques, Jason Sangha, Jack Edwards, William Salzmann, Chris Tremain, Nathan Lyon, Mickey Edwards, Liam Hatcher
Perth would have clear skies on October 1, and this would bring some respite to the batsmen. It is one of the toughest wickets in Australia, and batsmen would have to focus on building partnerships in this game. The side batting first would be happy to go past the 280-run mark.
WACA Ground, Perth, is one of the best bowling wickets in the world, where the batsmen find it difficult to bat on. Spinners struggle on this surface as there is no assistance for them. Fast bowlers have done well on this surface as they can get the ball to move off the surface and in the air.
The wicket would be lively and fast bowlers would generate bounce and carry off the surface. It would be tough to bat against the new ball on this track. In the past, sides that have chased scores have won more games at this venue. The team winning the toss shall have little hesitation in opting to bowl first in the game.
New South Wales did well in their opening game, but they were unlucky to have lost it under the DLS method. They have a solid batting line-up, but it would be a big challenge for them on a fast-paced surface. On the other hand, Western Australia has an excellent record at home, and they have started the tournament positively. It will make them favorites to win the game.
Western Australia to win
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