Marsh One-Day Cup, 2019: Match 16, Queensland vs Western Australia – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update

Ashton Agar, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye and Billy Stanlake are on national duty.

Marcus Stoinis
Marcus Stoinis. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

Match Details:

The 16th match of the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019 will be played between Queensland and Western Australia at the Carrara Oval in Queensland.

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 the Cricket Australia website in India.


Western Australia team continue to dominate their opponents in the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019 as they have won four out of five matches in the tournament thus far. They began with three straight wins before losing a game closely against New South Wales. However, their recent win against Victoria should ensure their top position for the next few weeks.

However, Queensland threatens to take away the top spot on Thursday when they face Western Australia. The Queensland team also started with a hat-trick of wins but lost against Victoria due to Aaron Finch’s career-best List A knock. Their home defeat against Southern Australia in the dying moments cost them four points and also a chance of topping the ladder.

Weather Condition/Report:

The weather forecast at the Carrara Oval for Thursday suggests no threat from rain. However, there could be partial cloud cover over the ground throughout the day.

Pitch Condition/Report:

The Carrara Oval has hosted only one List A match thus far, that too way back in 1992. The game played 27 years ago might not indicate how the track works. West Indies faced Queensland during their tour of 1991/92. Batting first, the home team was bundled out for just 79 runs while the visitors needed 19.2 overs for the loss of three wickets to chase the target. During the last BBL season, the teams batting first regularly scored 150 which were chased down.

Average first innings score: N/A

Record of chasing teams: N/A

Injury and Availability News:

Ashton Agar, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye and Billy Stanlake are on national duty.

Probable Playing XIs:


Usman Khawaja (C), Max Bryant, Marnus Labuschagne, Matthew Renshaw, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, James Peirson (WK), Mitch Swepson/Michael Neser, Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann.

Bench: Mitch Swepson/Michael Neser.

Western Australia:

Josh Philippe (WK), D’Arcy Short, Shaun Marsh (C), Cameron Bancroft, Marcus Stoinis, Hilton Cartwright, Aaron Hardie, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Liam O’Connor, Matt Kelly, Jhye Richardson.

Bench: Cameron Green, Liam Guthrie.

Top Picks:

Marnus Labuschagne scored his maiden List A century of 135 in the previous match against South Australia. Shaun Marsh is in red-hot form having scored his maiden first-class double ton recently. Cameron Bancroft could bat slightly up the order in this fixture. Ben Cutting could be seen converting the starts he has been getting and could become a reliable wicket-taker at the same time. Marcus Stoinis took 3-wicket haul and scored 45 runs in the previous match.

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Marcus Stoinis, Marnus Labuschagne

Vice-Captain – D’Arcy Short, Josh Philippe, Ben Cutting, Joe Burns

Despite the last match failure, Usman Khawaja will be a perfect choice as captain or vice-captain due to his exploits in the one-day format.

Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:

Keeper – Josh Philippe, Cameron Bancroft

Batsmen – Usman Khawaja (C), Marnus Labuschagne, Joe Burns, Shaun Marsh (VC)

All-Rounders – Marcus Stoinis, Ben Cutting

Bowlers – Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Jhye Richardson

Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:

Keeper – Josh Philippe

Batsmen – Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, D’Arcy Short, Max Bryant, Matthew Renshaw

All-Rounders – Marcus Stoinis (C), Ben Cutting (VC)

Bowlers – Jhye Richardson, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann

Expert Advice:

Players like D’Arcy Short and Matthew Renshaw will be under the risky arena given their consistency. Short hasn’t done much with the bat in this tournament except for his century. Renshaw has been in toughest of forms but there are chances of his excelling as well.

Probable Winners:

Western Australia could face a tough fight from Queensland who is expected to earn their 4th win of the tournament.

*Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.