In today’s 5th match of the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup, it is Queensland up against Tasmania.
Talking about their last matches, we can see that Queensland had to suffer a defeat at the hands of Southern Australia in their opening game. Thus, they will be hoping to get things on track today.
On the other hand, Tasmania defeated Southern Australia by 8 wickets and will look to keep the winning momentum going in today’s match.
Tasmania successfully chased down a target of 220 posted by Southern Australia. Today’s match will take place at Allan Border Field in Brisbane.
An exciting contest is up for grabs for the audience today.
Venue: Allan Border Field, Brisbane
Match Format: ODI, Match 5, ODI tournament
Date: 30th September 2022
Time: 9:35 AM IST
Streaming Platform: YouTube and Fan Code
The surface at Brisbane is an advantageous one for the batters as runs come aplenty at this venue. That’s why the team who wins the toss will look to field first.
Team News & Injury Updates for QUN vs TAS Dream11 Match:
As of now, there are no injury concerns on either side.
Complete Squad for QUN vs TAS Dream11 Match:
Bryce Street, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Sam Truloff, Usman Khawaja (c), Hugo Burdon, Jack Clayton, Jack Sinfield, Jack Wildermuth, James Bazley, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Blake L Edwards, Connor Sully, Gurinder Sandhu, Kane Richardson, Liam Guthrie, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Matthew Willans, Mitchell Swepson, Will Prestwidge, Xavier Bartlett
Bradley Hope, Caleb Jewell, Charlie Wakim, Jordan Silk, Mac Wright, Tim Ward, Beau Webster, Jarrod Freeman, Mitchell Owen, Nivethan Radhakrishnan, Tom Andrews, Ben McDermott (wk), Jake Doran (wk), Matthew Wade (c & wk), Billy Stanlake, Gabe Bell, Iain Carlisle, Jackson Bird, Lawrence Neil-Smith, Nathan Ellis, Nicholas Davis, Peter Siddle, Riley Meredith, Sam Rainbird, Tom Rogers
Predicted Playing XI for QUN vs TAS Dream11 Match:
Queensland have lost their opening game already but will look to improve their record in today’s game by winning against Tasmania.
Predicted Playing XI:
Usman Khawaja (c), Matt Renshaw, Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant, James Bazley, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Xavier Bartlett, Mitchell Swepson, Gurinder Sandhu, Liam Gutherie
Tasmania are doing well at the moment in this tournament having won their last game against Southern Australia. They will now look to win today’s game as well.
Predicted Playing XI:
Jordan Silk, Caleb Jewell, Mac Wright, Jake Doran (wk), Bradley Hope, Beau Webster, Tom Andrews, Ben McDermott (c), Jackson Bird, Peter Siddle, Riley Meredith
Our Playing XI for QUN vs TAS Match 5 Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
QUN vs TAS:
Ben McDermott, Usman Khawaja, Matt Renshaw (vc), Caleb Jewell (c), Michael Neser, Beau Webster, Xavier Bartlett, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Swepson, Riley Meredith, Tom Rogers
Top Picks for QUN vs TAS Dream11 Match:
Renshaw is a very talented player for Queensland as he has already picked up two wickets and scored 43 runs while opening the batting for his side.
Neser is one of the most successful allrounder for Queensland as he is batting well and also completing his full quota of overs.
In the last two matches, Truloff has scored 129 runs with an average of 64.5 and thus he can be a key player in today’s contest.
McDermott has been scoring consistently for Tasmania over the past few years and has started this edition with 71 runs in the opening match itself.
In the previous match against South Australia, Jewell scored 126 from 97 balls and remained unbeaten in the match.
In the last match, Meredith picked up 2 wickets and that’s why he will be an essential pick for today’s match.
Players to avoid for QUN vs TAS Dream11 Match:
Bryant was not at his best in the last match as he struggled to get runs and eventually was out for 8 runs.
Webster did not get any wickets in the last match and conceded 42 runs in seven overs and hence must not be picked for today’s match.
Looking at the team combinations, we can say that Tasmania will win this match.
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