Western Australia vs New South Wales: Western Australia will take on New South Wales in the 6th match of the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23. The game will be played at W.A.C.A. Ground in Perth on the 1st of October 2022.
Western Australia is the defending champion of the tournament. They have started the season with a bang on a winning note. They defeated Victoria by 5 wickets in the second game and would want to continue the winning streak. New South Wales, on the other hand, is winless as they lost a heartbreaking close encounter against Victoria in the opening game of the tournament. They lost the game as the DLS came into play due to incessant rain. A cracking contest is about to play out.
Match Details for Western Australia vs New South Wales
Series: Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23
Date: 1st October 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 7:35 AM IST
Venue: W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth
Pitch Details for Western Australia vs New South Wales
The weather in Perth is expected to stay clear throughout the match. The surface is new and possible sunlight may benefit the batters. The batter will finally have a good time in the middle. Batting first could be a good choice on this wicket. Anything above 250 would be a par score on this pitch.
Probable Playing XI
Ashton Turner (captain), Josh Philippe (wicket-keeper), D Arcy Short, Sam Whiteman, Cameron Bancroft, Hilton Cartwright, Aaron Hardie, Joel Paris, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Lance Morris
New South Wales
Kurtis Patterson (captain), Daniel Hughes, Matthew Gilkes (wicket-keeper), Moises Henriques, Jason Sangha, Jack Edwards, William Salzmann, Chris Tremain, Nathan Lyon, Mickey Edwards, Liam Hatcher
Match Predictions for Western Australia vs New South Wales
Western Australia is the probable winner of this game. They performed brilliantly in their last game. The team stepped up as a unit. However, New South Wales also did well in the opening game. They were unlucky in losing the game owing to the DLS method. Wales is hungry for a win and will fight tooth and nail for those two points on the board. Considering the form and team combination, Western Australia has an upper hand over the opposition.