NSW vs VCT Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury Updates For Match 8 of Marsh One Day Cup 2021/22

Marsh One Day Cup 2021/22, Match 8: NSW vs VCT Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury Update

Daniel Hughes is a must pick player for your fantasy teams.

Daniel Hughes
Daniel Hughes of the Sixers. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

Preview:

New South Wales will take on Victoria in the 8th match of the Marsh One Day Cup 2021/22 on Wednesday. The rain played spoilsport when both sides took on each other last time, as they shared the crucial 2 points.

New South Wales will be boosted by the presence of Adam Zampa and Daniel Sams. On the other hand, Victoria have named a balanced side led by experienced Peter Handscomb. It will be a true test of fitness for both sides as they just finished their Sheffield Shield game on Tuesday.

Match Details:

New South Wales vs Victoria, Match 8

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

Date & Time: November 24th at 5:35 AM IST and 11:05 AM local time

Live Streaming: Fancode

Pitch Report:

It’s one of the best batting wickets in Australia where there will be some grip for the spinners. It’s quite difficult for the seamers to swing the ball here. Whoever wins the toss should bat.


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Probable Playing XIs for NSW vs VCT:

New South Wales

Daniel Hughes, Matthew Gilkes, Kurtis Patterson (c), Baxter Holt, Jack Edwards, Harry Conway, Moises Henriques, Chris Tremain, Tanveer Sangha, Adam Zampa, Daniel Sams

Victoria

James Seymour, Peter Handscomb (c), Brody Couch, Sam Elliott, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper (wk), Jonathan Merlo, Wil Parker, James Pattinson, Matthew Short, Mackenzie Harvey/Todd Murphy


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Top Picks for NSW vs VCT Dream11 Match:

Top Picks ­New South Wales

Opener Daniel Hughes is in decent touch with the bat for New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield tournament. He has scored 1479 runs in 30 List A matches at an average of 56.88.

Adam Zampa is not the biggest turner of the ball, but he has the ability to control the game in the middle overs. He has 159 List A wickets to his name.

Top Picks Victoria

Peter Handscomb is a good white ball player, who has represented Australia in 22 ODIs. He has amassed 3609 runs in his List A career at an average of 38.8.

James Pattinson is the premier bowler for Victoria. He bowls quickly and can cause plenty of problems. He has scalped 98 wickets in his 66 List A matches, with the best figures of 6 for 48.

NSW vs VCT Must Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Player Career List A stats
Daniel Hughes 1479 runs
Adam Zampa 159 wickets and 685 runs
Peter Handscomb 3609 runs
James Pattinson 98 wickets and 398 runs
Kurtis Patterson 1283 runs

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for NSW vs VCT Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Peter Handscomb (vc), Sam Harper, Kurtis Patterson, Daniel Hughes (c), Jack Edwards, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Moises Henriques, Matthew Short, James Pattinson, Adam Zampa, Harry Conway

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for NSW vs VCT Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Peter Handscomb, Baxter Holt, Daniel Hughes, Jack Edwards (vc), Jake Fraser-McGurk, James Seymour (c), Matthew Short, Daniel Sams, James Pattinson, Chris Tremain, Adam Zampa


NSW vs VCT Risky Captaincy Choices:

Moises Henriques has got loads of experience across all formats. He has scored 2913 runs and has also picked up 82 wickets in his List A career. He is a risky captaincy pick for your fantasy teams.

Chris Tremain has scalped 47 wickets in his 30 List A matches and even scored 278 runs with the bat as well. You can take a risk and pick him as your fantasy team skipper.

Player you should avoid:

Considering a lot of options in the bowler’s slot it’s better to Todd Murphy while making your fantasy teams.

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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.