Marsh One-Day Cup, 2019: Match 10, Victoria vs Queensland – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Usman Khawaja has scored 483 runs in his last 5 One-Day Cup games.
Updated - Sep 30, 2019 4:49 pm
The 10th match of the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019 will be played between Victoria and Queensland at the Junction Oval in Melbourne.
The match starts at 11:00 AM local time (5:30 AM IST) (12:00 AM GMT)
This game will be live on Fox Sports in Australia and can be streamed on the Cricket Australia website in India.
Queensland continued their winning streak in the Marsh One-Day Cup as they registered their 3rd successive win by defeating Victoria on Sunday. In their first away game of the season, Queensland posted 322/9 in their 50 overs riding on the big opening partnership. Skipper Usman Khawaja (138) and Sam Heazlett (88) added 185 in only 27.4 overs which set up the game for the visitors.
The Queensland team scored 84/8 in the last 15 overs despite having a strong line-up. However, that didn’t cost them at any point as Victoria collapsed to 37/5 by 14th over. If not for the contributions from Will Sutherland (66) and Aaron Finch (46), the losing margin of Victoria would be more than 154 runs. They started the season with a 125-run defeat against Western Australia and sneaked in a 1-run win over Tasmania.
A sunny day is expected to be seen at the Junction Oval on Tuesday. The skies are expected to be clear throughout the match duration.
Junction Oval had witnessed totals around 260 in the previous edition and chasing side doing equally good. Queensland posted 322/9 on Sunday which was followed by Victoria’s top-order collapse. The pitch looked good for 300 runs in each innings but some poor shot selection cost the home side. We could witness 280+ totals in the 2nd game in three days at the Junction Oval.
Average first innings score: 268 (One-Day Cup matches since 2018)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 1, Lost – 3
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be updated when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Marcus Harris, Aaron Finch, Will Pucovski, Peter Handscomb (C & WK), Glenn Maxwell, Nic Maddinson, Jon Holland, Will Sutherland, Jackson Coleman, James Pattinson, Chris Tremain.
Bench: Sam Harper, Matthew Short, Scott Boland.
Usman Khawaja, Sam Heazlett, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, Jimmy Peirson (C & WK), Ben Cutting, Michael Neser, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Billy Stanlake.
Bench: Max Bryant, Xavier Bartlett.
Glenn Maxwell has got starts but is failing to convert those. He could come up with a good all-round match on Tuesday. Ben Cutting came into the tournament with some big knocks in Queensland Premier One-Day tournament. He took two wickets in the first game this season. Sam Heazlett has scored fifties in all three matches in this season after finishing among the top run-getters in the previous edition. Will Sutherland has scored back to back fifties and will be looking to take a couple of wickets with the bat too.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain – Usman Khawaja, Glenn Maxwell, Ben Cutting, Aaron Finch
Vice-Captain – Sam Heazlett, Joe Burns, Peter Handscomb, Will Sutherland
Usman Khawaja has scored 483 runs in his last 5 One-Day Cup games with two 130+ scores and two scores of 80s.
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Keeper – Peter Handscomb
Batsmen – Aaron Finch (VC), Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja (C), Will Sutherland
All-Rounders – Glenn Maxwell (VC), Ben Cutting
Bowlers – Mark Steketee, James Pattinson, Billy Stanlake, Jackson Coleman
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:
Keeper – Jimmy Peirson
Batsmen – Usman Khawaja, Sam Heazlett, Aaron Finch, Will Pucovski, Nic Maddinson
All-Rounders – Glenn Maxwell (C), Ben Cutting (VC)
Bowlers – James Pattinson, Billy Stanlake, Jackson Coleman
Aaron Finch showed patience in the last match after couple failures in the first two matches in this tournament. He could come up with a big inning on Tuesday to ensure Victoria bin their batting line-up issues.
Queensland is expected to register their 4th consecutive win if Victoria’s batting doesn’t step up.