|Matador BBQs One-Day Cup 2014|
| New South Wales
ScheduleMonday, 20 October 2014 at 14:00 GMT / 15:00 UK / 19:30 IST
VenueBlacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney
One of the most prominent side of the Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, 2014-15, New South Wales, has demonstrated excellent cricket and is placed on the third spot. They have played six matches, won four, lost two, one of them ended without result and accumulated 18 points. Tasmania is at the fifth place with seven points from five games with just one victory and they will do their best to enhance their position in the next encounter. NSW will go all out for win in their final appearance but they have to exhibit an aggressive approach against Tasmania.
NSW tasted the first defeat of the tournament from the minnows Victoria by two mere runs in the 16th match. Ryan Carters scored 65 runs while Kurtis Patterson, Ben Rohrers and Sean Abbott took a start but were sent back to the pavilion in thirties. Moises Henriques and Peter Nevill are their main batsmen in the tournament whereas Josh Hazlewood, Gurinder Hazlewood and Doug Bollinger are bowling perfectly.
Ben Dunk hammered a maiden double hundred of the event and remained unbeaten for 229 in the previous game against Queensland and Tim Paine smashed 125. Jonathan Wells, Ed Cowans and Evan Gulbis are prominent batsmen of Tasmania. Sam Rainbird, Gulbis and Andrew Fekete are doing their best with the ball.
Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 03:00 GMT, 14:00 local at Blacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney.
A rainy weather is expected with the temperatures around 13-19ᵒC.
The winning skipper will go for fielding
The wicket has supported the batsmen most of the times during the ongoing event.
New South Wales – Moises Henriques (C), Peter Neville, Nic Maddinson, Kurtis Patterson, Ben Rohrer, Ryan Carters, Sean Abbott, Chris Green, Gurinder Sandhu, Josh Hazlewood, Doug Bollinger.
Tasmania – George Bailey (C), Ben Dunk, Tim Paine, Ed Cowans, Jordan Silk, Jonathan Wells, Evan Gulbis, Clive Rose, Xavier Doherty, Sam Rainbird, Andrew Fekete.
The batsmen of Tasmania are in a superb form and they might lead their side to the victory.