QUEENS vs NSW: With only 3–4 matches left for each side, the Sheffield Shield 2022–23 campaign is nearing its conclusion. The top 3 teams will compete fiercely for the final 2 spots to go to the finals. Queensland’s opponent, Victoria, is a strong team, so they will be hoping to win this game and pass them in the group stage. New South Wales is still without a victory and will be looking to break their curse in this game.
Queensland was bowled out for just 175 and 185 runs in their two innings, respectively, in their most recent game, which resulted in a loss of 164 runs each. In the last game, Jack Clayton was the only batter to reach the fifty-run mark, scoring 66 runs overall. Max Bryant, Michael Neser, and Bryce Street all made brief appearances but were unable to help their teams to a high total.
They bowled the opposition out for 307 and 217 points, respectively. Michael Neser, who had stats of 4/71 & 2/39, was the crucial bowler. In the game, Mark Steketee and Xavier Bartett both grabbed four and five wickets. Due to his national call-up for this game, they will be without Kuhnemann.
New South Wales
In their most recent game, New South Wales recorded scores of 417/8 and 105/1. With scores of 178 and 63* in both innings. Daniel Hughes serves as the captain of their batting lineup. In the first innings of the game. Kurtis Patterson (59 runs), Jason Sangha (54 runs), and Chris Green (59* runs) all scored fifty runs.
Before rain ended the game and they were able to advance to win in the second innings, their bowlers held the opponents to just 236 runs in the first innings. In the forts innings, Sean Abbott and Adam Zampa each claimed three wickets. Tremain got 2 wickets, Chris Green and Liam Hatcher contributed 1 wicket each. And the opposition was dismissed for 236 runs.
Playing xi QUEENS vs NSW
Joe Burns, Bryce Street, Max Bryant, Jack Clayton, Truloff, Jimmy Peirson, Michael Neser, Xavier Bartett, Mark Steketee, Liam Guthrie, Gurinder Sandhu.
New South Wales
Nikitaris, Daniel Hughes, Chris Green, Kurtis Patterson, Jason Sangha, Sean Abbott, Liam Hatcher, Adam Zampa, Mathew Gilkes, Tremain, Moises Henriques.