QUN vs WAU Dream11 Match Prediction | Who Will Win Today match
Hurstville Oval, Sydney, September 28 at 05:00 AM IST
This would be the second game at the Hurstville Oval in Sydney of this edition of JLT cup and the teams featuring in this contest are the defending champions Western Australia and Queensland.
With 3 wins from 3 games, Western Australia are sitting pretty at the top of the ladder and they would be eyeing their fourth win on the trot. They have already defeated New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria and are looking way too good to hunt down Queensland.
Meanwhile, Queensland who reigned supreme in their previous encounter against the last year’s runners-up South Australia have given themselves a new life in this tournament. Having lost their opening two games against Victoria and Tasmania they were in a big jeopardy but Chris Lynn’s valiant efforts with the bat helped Queensland register their first win of the tournament.
His fierce knock of 106 runs from just 71 deliveries which included 8 fours and 8 mammoth sixes overshadowed valiant knock of Tom Cooper who got 139 to his name which included 15 fours and 7 towering sixes. Now, with Queensland coming back to some good form we can witness an intense game coming our way.
Read on for QUN vs WAU Dream11 Team News and Queensland vs Western Australia playing 11.
Here’s how the two sides may lineup for Queensland vs Western Australia clash.
Queensland Playing 11 (Probable):
Wicket-keeper: Jimmy Pierson(c)
Batsmen: Chris Lynn, Joe Burns, Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant, Charlie Hemphrey
All-rounders: Mark Steketee
Bowlers: Mitchell Swepson, Billy Stanlake, Xavier Bartlett, Mathew Kuhnemann
Western Australia Playing 11 (Probable):
Wicket-keeper: Josh Inglis
Batsmen: Ashton Turner(c), D’Arcy Short, Josh Phillipe, Hilton Cartwright
All-rounder: Cameron Green, Marcus Stoinis
Bowlers: Andrew Tye, Usman Qadir, Jhye Richardson, Nathan Coulter Nile
Queensland: Jimmy Pierson(c/wk), Chris Lynn, Mitchell Swepson, Joe Burns, Lachlan Pfeffer (wk), Jack Wildermuth, Luke Feldman, Mark Steketee, Charlie Hemphrey, Sam Heazlett, Xavier Bartlett, Jack Prestwidge, Sam Truloff, Billy Stanlake, Max Bryant
Western Australia: Ashton Turner (c), Matt Kelly, Marcus Stoinis, Joel Paris, Ashton Agar, Andrew Tye, Josh Inglis, Josh Philippe, Jonathan Wells, Hilton Cartwright, Jhye Richardson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Cameron Green
The players who can help you earn more points are Ashton Turner, Marcus Stoinis, Chris Lynn, Mark Steketee and Andrew Tye.
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