New South Wales vs Queensland 10th Match Prediction
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New South Wales
New South Wales have played 3 matches in the Sheffield Shield 2018-19 season, 2 of which have ended in a draw and 1 in a loss.
NSW played Tasmania in their last match which was a draw. The number 1 and 3 batsmen for NSW hit fifties, followed by 2 centuries from the number 5 and 7 batsmen.
NSW put up 442-9 in their 1st innings while Tasmania declared their 1st innings at 115-4. A day was lost due to rain and Tasmania had to declare their 1st innings to let NSW play their 2nd and set a target so as to avoid another draw and earn more points to stay ahead in the points table.
After NSW declared their 2nd innings on 22-1, they had set a 350-runs target for Tasmania.
NSW were not so quick with picking initial wickets as Tasmania had 3 50+ runs partnerships at the top, 66 runs for the 1st wicket, 79 runs for the 2nd wicket and 54 runs for the 3rd wicket.
NSW blowers bounced back and picked the next 4 wickets within 51 runs and Tasmania were 250-7 chasing 350.
Beau Webster scored 80 runs off 211 balls for Tasmania and stayed unbeaten and saw the match was drawn.
This was after the match against Victoria at Melbourne where New South Wales had lost by an innings and 107 runs.
A clear improvement was seen in the 1st innings against Tasmania at Sydney and New South Wales can be expected to continue the form in the match against Tasmania at Canberra. Also Nathan Lyon has found his place in the team now and picked 4 wickets in the 4th innings of the last match and can prove to be a match-winner for New South Wales at Canberra.
Queensland started their Sheffield Shield 2018-19 season with a huge loss to Tasmania in the opening match. They have played 2 matches after that, both of which ended in a draw.
Queensland were all out for 148 in the 1st and for 90 in the 2nd innings in their 1st match of the season.
In the next match their 1st innings was wrapped up for 231 runs against South Australia. SA took a 271-runs lead scoring 505 in their 1st innings. Queensland trailing by 271 runs lost 3 wickets early in the innings for just 64 runs.
Charlie Hemphrey and Sam Heazlett got the innings back on track with 118-runs partnership for the 4th wicket. Queensland were 260-6 at one point and Sam Heazlett along with Michael Neser built an unbeaten 97-runs partnership for the 7th wicket and the match ended in a draw with Queensland 357-6 in their 2nd innings.
Joe Burns and Charlie Hemphrey are in a god form at the top of the batting order and both scored fifties in their last match against Western Australia.
With half centuries from Matt Renshaw, Charlie Hemphrey, Jimmy Peirson, and Michael Nesser, Queensland posted a total of 448 in the 1st innings.
Though the Queensland bowlers started off well picking up 3 wickets for 42, Western Australia went on to score 540 all-out in their 1st innings. Queensland had dismissed half the Western Australia side for 156, but could not clear the tail in time and the match was beyond their reach after that.
Queensland were 135-2 in their 2nd innings on the final day as the match ended in a draw.
Our Prediction for New South Wales vs Queensland
New South Wales are the favorites to win the match