|Matador BBQs One-Day Cup 2014
| Western Australia
ScheduleMonday, 13 October 2014 at 23:00 GMT / 00:00 UK / 04:30 IST
VenueNorth Sydney Oval, Sydney
Tasmania was beaten badly from Western Australia by a hefty margin of seven wickets in the 8th match of the Matador BBQs One Day Cup. The first will try to reverse the result by winning the 13th game of the event against the same opposition. The latter has played two matches in the tournament, grabbed both and attained 11 points whereas Tasmania appeared in two matches as well succeeded in one and ended up with five points.
Jonathan Wells was the only batsman of Tasmania who entered the double figures by scoring 22 runs vs. Western Australia. Four of their top order batsmen went back to the pavilion for a duck that reflects the poor batting performance. Sam Rainbird has taken seven scalps while Andrew Fekete and Hamish Kingston are among wickets.
None of the Western Australian batsmen has registered a fifty in two matches and they did not even accumulated 50 runs so far. Marcus Harris, Adam Voges, Michael Klinger and Craig Simmons are their prominent batsmen. Joel Paris grasped four wickets in the previous game and was declared ‘Player of the match’ while Jason Behrendorff and Nathan Coulter-Nile are bowling extremely well.
Monday, October 13, 2014 @ 23:00 GMT, 10:00 local at North Sydney Oval, Sydney. The venue was established in 1867, has a seating capacity of 20,000 and it is one of the oldest cricket parks in Australia.
A cold and cloudy weather with the temperatures around 17ᵒC.
Western Australia will opt to field first after winning the toss.
The wicket is full of runs and two batsmen scored hundreds in the 10th match of the ongoing event.
Tasmania – Jordan Silk (C), Ben Dunk, Tim Paine, Ed Cowans, Michael Hill, Jonathan Wells, Evan Gulbis, Clive Rose, Hamish Kingston, Sam Rainbird, Andrew Fekete.
Western Australia – Adam Voges (C), Craig Simmons, Marcus Harris, Micaheal Klinger, Sam Whiteman, Cameron Bancroft, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Ashton Agar, Nathan Rimmington, Joel Paris, Jason Behrendorff.
Tasmania has the ability to beat Western Australia in the coming match.