NSW vs WAU: As the action of Marsh One-day Cup rolls on, we dig down into the sixth match of the competition now which will be played between New South Wales Blues and South Australia at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
Both teams faced the Queensland Bulls in their opening match and ended up on the losing side. South Australia was defeated by 7 wickets, whereas, New South Wales was pummeled by 4 wickets. Both teams would be eyeing their first win of the season to get going further.
New South Wales vs South Australia Team News
New South Wales
- Prior to the start of the competition, New South Wales Blues announced a 14-man squad for the first two games.
- Daniel Sams could come in for Mickey Edwards who gave away 61 runs from 9 overs in the previous game.
- A total of 305 was posted against Queensland Bulls which means, no changes in the batting facet is required.
- Despite a bad day in the office against Queensland Bulls, Adam Zampa will retain his place in the eleven being their primary spinner.
- If they go with two spin options, Lloyd Pope is definitely one reliable pick. He could replace Wes Agar in the eleven.
- Travis Head their regular skipper is still not available and is expected to join the squad from the next match.
New South Wales vs South Australia Playing11
New South Wales Playing 11-
Moises Henriques, Nicholas Bertus, Daniel Hughes, Peter Nevill, Kurtis Patterson, Sean Abbott, Arjun Nair, Harry Conway, Mickey Edwards, Jack Edwards, Nathan McAndrew.
South Australia Playing 11-
Kane Richardson, Alex Ross, Tom Cooper, Joe Mennie, Jake Weatherald, Callum Ferguson, Adam Zampa, Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Cameron Valente, Jake Lehmann.
New South Wales vs South Australia Squads
Peter Nevill (c and wk), Sean Abbott, Nick Bertus, Harry Conway, Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Jack Edwards, Daniel Sams, Mickey Edwards, Matthew Gilkes, Liam Hatcher, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nathan McAndrew.
Jake Lehmann (c), Wes Agar, Tom Cooper, Jake Weatherald, Callum Ferguson, Harry Nielsen, Adam Zampa, Alex Carey, Joe Mennie, Lloyd Pope, Luke Robins, Alex Ross, Kane Richardson, Cameron Valente.