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Western Australia vs Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Today Match Prediction

Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth,

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Will Queensland maintain the top spot in the points table in the Sheffield Shield 2022?

  • Usman Khawaja is averaging 63.40 with the bat over the last 7 matches and has scored 634 runs for Queensland.
  • Joel Paris has been a top bowler for Western Australia, having taken 28 wickets in the last 9 games.
  • Western Australia emerged victorious on 2 occasions from the last 5 head-to-head matches between these two, whereas the remaining 3 matches went as a draw.

We predict that Queensland will defeat Western Australia.

Tournament: Sheffield Shield | Format: TEST | Venue: Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth, | Toss: To Bat

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Western Australia will face table toppers; Queensland in the 9th match of the Sheffield Shield 2022 at Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth, between the 31st of October and the 3rd of November. Both teams are undefeated this season and will wrestle for the top spot in the points table.

With 1 win and 1 draw game from the 2 matches played so far this season, Queensland are at the top of the points table with 10.02 points. Western Australia, on another side, also won 1 game from 2 played and, with 9.93 points, they are in 2nd place in the points table.

Marnus Labuschagne and  Usman Khawaja are in good touch with the bat for Queensland and will be looking to dominate the game against Western Australia’s bowling attack. Joel Paris and Lance Morris will try to take early wickets in the innings to put pressure on opponents in the upcoming game.

Western Australia Preview

After defeating New South Wales in the first match of the season, Western Australia drew their last game against Victoria. Now to get back on a winning track again, they will face Queensland in the 9th match of the season at Perth.

Joel Paris’ 9 wickets in the first match against NSW helped Western Australia register the season's first win. While batting first against Victoria in the last game, Cameron Bancroft scored a century from 201 balls, along with Sam Whiteman’s 82 runs from 142 balls and D'Arcy Short’s 87 runs from 118 balls to put 466 runs on the board in the 1st innings.

Western Australia’s bowling unit struggled against Victoria in the 1st innings. They declared innings on 616 runs. Only Aaron Hardie managed to take 2 wickets for 87 runs. While responding to this huge total, WA lost 3 early wickets for 19 runs. Hilton Cartwright’s 76 runs from 137 balls and D'Arcy Short’s 39 runs from 63 balls were enough to draw that match.

The overall unit looks strong and has depth in the batting and a bowling unit. Though the team's bowling unit failed against Vicotria, it can perform better in the upcoming matches. They will try to claim a win against Queensland and are eager to top the points table.

Key players:
Cameron Bancroft, Sam Whiteman, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson.

Western Australia Predicted Playing XI:

Sam Whiteman (c), Cameron Bancroft, Teague Wyllie, Josh Philippe (wk), Aaron Hardie, Corey Rocchiccioli, D'Arcy Short, Hilton Cartwright, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, Lance Morris.

Queensland Preview

An all-round performance in the first match against Tasmania led Queensland to win that game by an innings. The team’s 2nd game against NSW went as a draw despite performing well with the bowl. They will face Western Australia in the next game to maintain their top spot in the points table. 

With the help of Michael Neser and Mitchell Swepson’s 3 wicket hauls, Queensland restricted New South Wales to 246 runs. Matt Renshaw scored a not-out 200 runs from 403 balls in the 1st innings, along with Michael Neser, who added 136 runs from 172 balls in the team’s total of 477 runs. Queensland managed to take the lead of 231 runs in the 1st innings. 

In the 2nd innings, Mitchell Swepson picked up a 5-wicket haul for 113 runs and restricted opponents to just 256 runs to set up 26 runs as a target to win the game. Unfortunately, Queensland’s opening pair failed to chase down 26 runs from only 2 overs remaining on the last day, and the match went as a draw.

The team has superb depth in the bowling squad, having both pace and spin units on the mark. They need to continue momentum ahead in the upcoming game against Western Australia. It will be a good challenge for the team's bowling unit to face the in-formed batting unit of Western Australia at Perth.

Key players:
Matt Renshaw, Marnus Labuschagne, Usman Khawaja, Mitchell Swepson.

Queensland Predicted Playing XI:

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

HR
Temp
Rain
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W. direction
Clouds
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4.92 k/h
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51%
03h
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6.44 k/h
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06h
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55%
09h
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7.36 k/h
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38%
12h
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6.82 k/h
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10%
15h
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4.06 k/h
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21h
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3.27 k/h
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0%

Weather Conditions

The weather will be cloudy during match days, with 10-20% chances of rain. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be between 24°C - 13C.

Venue Details

Western Australia Cricket Association Ground in Perth will host this match. The ground can accommodate 18,000 people and has conducted many domestic games. 

Toss: To Bat

The team who preferred to bat first performed better in the last few test matches. The previous all 5 Test matches played here were won by a team who batted first.  Here the general trend is the winning captain chooses to bat first. 

Queensland have an upper hand in the upcoming game against Western Australia in Perth. They have an attacking bowling unit and a brilliant spin attack to put pressure on opponents. Also, a  good depth in the batting order adds an advantage to their side against Western Australia.

We predict that Queensland will defeat Western Australia.

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