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Online Cricket Betting – Free Tips | Marsh One Day Cup 2021, Match 9: Tasmania Tigers vs New South Wales Blues

New South Wales Blues will face Tasmania Tigers in the Marsh One Day Cup match 9. So far this season, New South Wales has gone undefeated. They won two of the three games they played, and their third match was called off due to rain. They are currently in first place on the points table and will be hoping to keep their winning streak going in this upcoming match.

On the other hand, Tasmania has won two of their three matches and sits just behind their opponents in the points table. They beat South Australia by 9 wickets in their most recent game. On Thursday, it will be fascinating to see who has the upper hand between these two table-toppers.



It will be a bright and sunny day in Hobart. The temperature will be about 17 degrees Celsius, and there will be no rain in the forecast for this match.



The Bellerive Oval in Hobart’s 22-yard surface is likely to be a good one to bat on. With the new ball, there might be something in it for fast bowlers and some turn for spinners. However, the ball will most likely come on to the bat nicely, allowing batters to play up-and-down shots. Batting first, a score of 280-300 could be appropriate.


Playing XIs:

New South Wales Blues

Pat Cummins (c), Matthew Gilkes (wk), David Warner, Liam Hatcher, Daniel Hughes, Kurtis Patterson, Oliver Davies, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Nathan Lyon, Moises Henriques

Tasmania Tigers

Matthew Wade (c), Ben McDermott (wk), Caleb Jewell, Riley Meredith, Mac Wright, Jordan Silk, Beau Webster, Tom Andrews, Jackson Bird, Nathan Ellis, Jake Doran


New South Wales Blues vs Tasmania Tigers Dream 11:

Jordan Silk (c), Matthew Gilkes (wk), David Warner, Jake Doran, Oliver Davies, Beau Webster, Moises Henriques, Sean Abbott, Pat Cummins, Nathan Ellis, Tom Andrews


New South Wales has also had a strong showing in the Marsh Cup, with many significant victories. After beating Victoria by 59 runs, they went on to defeat South Australia by six wickets. Pat Cummins and his teammates will be trying to keep their momentum going in the Marsh Cup. Let’s back New South Wales to win this match with now and win BIG!

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