Marsh One-Day Cup, 2019: Final, Queensland vs Western Australia – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Usman Khawaja is averaging 93 in the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019.
Updated - Nov 25, 2019 2:58 pm
The Final of the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019 will be played between Queensland and Western Australia at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
The match starts at 10:00 AM local time (12:00 AM IST) (5:30 AM GMT)
This game will be live on Fox Sports in Australia and can be streamed on Cricket Australia website in India.
The Marsh One-Day Cup will come to an end on Tuesday when Queensland hosts Western Australia at the Allan Border Field in the Finale. Queensland finished at the bottom of the table in the previous edition. But this time, they topped the points table. Both the finalists won five out of seven matches including two bonus points and were only separated by NRR.
By virtue of a better NRR, Queensland got a chance to host the final. Western Australia faced Queensland earlier in this tournament and ended up on the losing side. Chasing a target of 269 runs to win, the Western Australian side placed themselves at 218/3 in the 44th over. However, they lost their last seven wickets for only 24 runs and lost the game by 26 runs.
The Marsh Cup final could be played under the clouds on Tuesday. However, no rain is expected at the Allan Border Field on match day.
The Allan Border Field has been an ideal venue for the teams batting second. The reason for this is the tracks here getting better as the match progresses. At times, there will be some help for the pacers in the morning. Usually, the One-Day Cup finals have not been high-scoring ones recently. Hence, we don’t expect a flat track for Wednesday.
Average first innings score: 249 (Unaffected One-Day Cup matches since 2016)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 7, Lost – 1
Injury and Availability News:
Ben Cutting is unlikely to play this match. He was part of T10 League final on Sunday night which got completed only 29 hours before the scheduled start of the final. Michael Neser could play this match as the Test match was finished on Sunday itself. Sam Heazlett’s availability is subjected to his fitness Test.
Probable Playing XIs:
Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja (C), Max Bryant, Matthew Renshaw, Charlie Hemphrey, James Peirson (WK), Jack Wildermuth, Xavier Bartlett, Billy Stanlake, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann.
Bench: Ben Cutting, Michael Neser, Bryce Street.
Josh Philippe (WK), D’Arcy Short, Shaun Marsh, Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Turner (C), Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Matt Kelly, Jhye Richardson.
Bench: Hilton Cartwright, Liam Guthrie.
Usman Khawaja started the season with back to back hundreds and scored an unbeaten 86 in the recent most fixture. With 372 runs across five innings, the Queensland skipper averages 93. Jack Wildermuth took five wickets and also scored 112 runs across the three matches he has played. Nathan Coulter-Nile played on six matches but has taken 14 wickets at an average of 19.64. Josh Philippe scored 211 runs with help of two wickets in this tournament and claimed 13 dismissals as well.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain – Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Marcus Stoinis
Vice-Captain – D’Arcy Short, Josh Philippe, Jack Wildermuth
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Keeper – Josh Philippe
Batsmen – Usman Khawaja (C), Max Bryant, D’Arcy Short, Shaun Marsh (VC)
All-Rounders – Marcus Stoinis, Jack Wildermuth
Bowlers – Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Jhye Richardson, Nathan Coulter-Nile
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:
Keeper – Josh Philippe
Batsmen – Ashton Turner, Shaun Marsh, Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja, Matthew Renshaw
All-Rounders – Marcus Stoinis (C), Jack Wildermuth (VC)
Bowlers – Jhye Richardson, Billy Stanlake, Matt Kelly
Sam Heazlett scored fifties in all four matches of the Marsh Cup 2019 he played. However, a finger injury ensured that he did not play any match since the 2nd week of October. However, he has been named in the squad for the final and could be seen playing if he clears a fitness Test.
Cameron Bancroft is also doubtful as one among Cameroon Green and Hilton Cartwright has to miss out. These two players can be picked only based on the toss update. Bancroft scored three fifties in six matches he played this tournament and is likely to get first preference.
The strong Western Australia line-up is expected to win the tournament.