Marsh One-Day Cup, 2019: Match 2, Queensland vs New South Wales – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Daniel Sams will be a perfect choice as captain or vice-captain.
Updated - Sep 22, 2019 6:53 am
The 2nd match of the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019 will be played between Queensland and New South Wales at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
The match starts at 9:30 AM local time (5:00 AM IST) (11:30 PM GMT – Previous Day)
This game will be live on Fox Sports in Australia and can be streamed on Cricket Australia portal in India.
New South Wales Blues, the runners-up of the previous One-Day Cup will take the field for the first time in the Marsh One-Day Cup 2019 on Sunday. They will be up against the Queensland team at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane. The likes of Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques and Daniel Sams will be the ones to watch out in NSW Blues. They will hope for consistency from Daniel Hughes and Kurtis Patterson with the bat.
The duo had only one half-century between them during the previous edition. On the other hand, Queensland will miss the services of Chris Lynn throughout the tournament. The top four of Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Joe Burns and Marnus Labuschagne will have a key role to play in Lynn’s absence. Queensland were lucky to make it to the semis last year despite winning only one match during the league phase.
A bit of cloud covering could be around the Allan Border Field in the morning. Things are expected to get cleared by 10 AM. They could be a delayed start but no further reductions until the end of the game.
The Allan Border Field didn’t host any matches last year. It stood host for five full 50-over matches in the One-Day Cup across 2016 and 2017. In all the five matches, the team batting first finished with totals between 230 and 280 with four of them being chased down. Chasing is easier here and the pitches this time are expected to be batting friendly with the average score nearing 300.
Average first innings score: 257 (Unaffected One-Day Cup matches since 2016)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 4, Lost – 1
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be added when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, Jimmy Peirson (C), Jack Wildermuth, Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Billy Stanlake.
Bench: Charlie Hemphrey, Michael Neser, Cameron Gannon.
New South Wales:
Daniel Hughes, Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques, Kurtis Patterson, Arjun Nair, Nick Bertus, Peter Nevill (C & WK), Sean Abbott, Nathan McAndrew, Harry Conway, Mickey Edwards.
Bench: Matthew Gilkes, Daniel Sams, Liam Hatcher.
Sam Heazlett had a brilliant 2018/19 season with the bat where he scored 380 runs across seven innings. Young Jack Edwards showed maturity by becoming the youngest player to score a One-Day Cup hundred. His opening partner during the U19 CWC, Max Bryant is little inconsistent. He usually tries to go hard in the first 10 overs and ends up with the 30s and 40s but got the capability of producing a big ton. Mark Steketee claimed 14 wickets last year and also contributed with the bat when needed.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain – Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques, Daniel Sams, Sam Heazlett
Vice-Captain – Marnus Labuschagne, Sean Abbott, Max Bryant, Michael Neser
In four innings during the last season, Daniel Sams scored 152 runs with two fifties and took 9 wickets in five innings with the bat. He will be a perfect choice as captain or vice-captain.
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Keeper – Jimmy Peirson
Batsmen – Daniel Hughes, Jack Edwards, Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett (C), Marnus Labuschagne
All-Rounders – Moises Henriques (VC), Arjun Nair
Bowlers – Mark Steketee, Sean Abbott, Billy Stanlake
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues:
Keeper – Peter Nevill
Batsmen – Joe Burns, Jack Edwards (C), Max Bryant (VC), Sam Heazlett
All-Rounders – Moises Henriques, Daniel Sams, Michael Neser
Bowlers – Mark Steketee, Sean Abbott, Mickey Edwards
Both the teams have quite a few batsmen who can be picked in the fantasy team. The best of them will be Sam Heazlett, Jack Edwards and Marnus Labuschagne given their batting position and consistency.
The depth in the batting of New South Wales could earn them their first win of the tournament.