The Marsh Cup will be contested at Junction Oval in Melbourne on Friday, with South Australia Redbacks taking on Tasmania Tigers. The two teams have had conflicting outcomes leading up to this match.
So far in the Marsh Cup, South Australia has been misled, losing two games in a row. To make it to the final, Travis Head’s squad, which is currently sixth in the table, must win every game from now on.
On the other hand, Tasmania had a bad start to their Marsh Cup campaign, losing to Queensland. They quickly rebounded, however, and won convincingly over Victoria in their next game. As Tim Paine and his team face South Australia on Friday, they will be looking to make it two wins in a row.
At the Junction Oval, the sky will be clear during the match, with no risk of rain. During the game, the temperature will rise to 28 degrees Celsius.
Junction Oval’s track is typically a good one to bat on. The ball clings to the bat beautifully, allowing batsmen to play up-and-down shots. However, there may be some movement early on with the new ball, and spinners may be introduced as the match progresses. Both teams will look to chase first in this venue.
South Australia Redbacks
Travis Head (c), Alex Carey (wk), Harry Nielsen, Jake Weatherald, Callum Ferguson, Cameron Valente, Jake Lehmann, Correy Kelly, Wes Agar, Spencer Johnson, Peter Hatzoglou
Tim Paine (c&wk), Caleb Jewell, Jake Doran, Macalister Wright, Tom Andrews, Jordan Silk, Beau Webster, Nathan Ellis, Sam Rainbird, Jackson Bird, Peter Siddle
South Australia Redbacks vs Tasmania Tigers Dream 11:
Alex Carey (c&wk), Tim Paine (wk), Harry Nielsen (wk), Caleb Jewell, Jordan Silk, Jake Lehmann, Travis Head, Wes Agar, Nathan Ellis, Jackson Bird, Peter Siddle
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