|Matador BBQs One-Day Cup 2014|
||vs|| New South Wales
ScheduleFriday, 17 October 2014 at 03:00 GMT / 04:00 UK / 08:30 IST
VenueBlacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney
The Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, 2014-15, is coming close to its final stage where the bottom line side, Victoria, will fight with the top team of the event, New South Wales. The first secured 3.5 mere points from five games with a solitary victory while the latter won four out of their five matches and grabbed 18 points. Two teams were involved in the 10th match of the event that was clinched by NSW with a clear margin of five wickets.
Cameron White smashed a hundred for Victoria vs NSW in the last game whereas Marcus Stoinis and Rob Quiney ended up with their individual fifties. Peter Handscomb and Daniel Christian are fulfilling their promise with the bat, Scott Boland, John Hastings and Clint McKay are trying their best for productive bowling.
The skipper of New South Wales, Moises Henriques, hammered 131 against the same opponents in their previous match and Peter Nevill contributed 73. Ben Rohrer, Nic Maddinson and Ryan Carters have scored hundred plus runs in the tournament. The strong bowling unit comprises Josh Hazlewood, Doug Bollinger, Gurinder Sandhu and Pat Cummins.
Friday, October 17, 2014 @ 03:00 GMT, 14:00 local at Blacktown Olympic Park Oval, Sydney. The park is a multi-sport venue comprising two cricket ground and was inaugurated in 1999.
Chances of rain with occasional sunshine and the temperatures will be around 12-19ᵒC.
The skippers of both teams have opted to field after winning the toss in the event.
The lively pitch is suitable for a fifty overs game and will produce a lot of thrill for the spectators.
Victoria – Matthew Wade (C), Rob Quiney, Daniel Christian, Cameron White, Alex Keath, Marcus Stoinis, John Hastings, Peter Handscomb, Clint McKay, Jon Holland, Scott Boland.
New South Wales – Moises Henriques (C), Peter Neville, Nic Maddinson, Scott Henry, Kurtis Patterson, Ben Rohrer, Ryan Carters, Pat Cummins, Gurinder Sandhu, Josh Hazlewood, Doug Bollinger.
New South Wales will maintain their record against Victoria in the ongoing event.