Queensland will face South Australia in the Sheffield Shield 20th match. It will be South Australia’s seventh match in the Sheffield Shield 2020-21. They are now in 6th place in the league standings, with nine points to their name. They have played 6 matches, losing three and drawing three. If they are to advance in the league standings, they will need to be more clinical in their upcoming games.
Queensland is currently in first place in the league standings, with 29 points. They have played a total of 6 matches, winning three, drawing two, and losing one. Starting on Tuesday, we can expect a high-scoring game between these two teams.
The temperature will be around 22°C, with 97% humidity and a wind speed of 9 km/h on matchday. There is a high chance that the match will soak under the rain.
The Ian Healy Oval will be a welcome addition to Australia’s premier sporting venues. Although very little known about the surface, a sporting track is likely to be available.
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