QLD vs NSW Betting Tips and Prediction – 2nd Match Sheffield Shield 2019-20

Prediction QLD vs NSW

Betting Tips for Queensland vs New South Wales

NSW won by 5 wickets

Winner Odds

Queensland – 1.99 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.199 if Queensland wins) BET NOW
New South Wales – 1.81 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.181 if New South Wales wins) BET NOW

More Odds & Betting Tips

  • New South Wales has won thrice and lost once against Queensland in their last five games. BET NOW
  • New South Wales has a very strong batting line-up with David Warner, Steven Smith and Daniel Hughes in the squad. BET NOW
  • The bowling attack for New South Wales is very strong with Mitchell Starc and Trent Copeland in the side. BET NOW
  • Queensland has an inexperienced bowling attack and this would be a major problem for them in this game. BET NOW
  • Queensland’s batsmen had a bad season last year and even in the recent games haven’t looked in great form. BET NOW

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Sheffield Shield Match 2 Squad Comparison

Queensland

Usman Khawaja is leading the team this season and he would be hoping to relive the glory of the 2017-18 season of the tournament where the team had finished as winners. Last season was a bit of a setback for the side as it finished fourth after the poor start. The side fared well during the middle of the season but lost steam towards the end. Their batsmen and bowlers were found wanting on several occasions. As they play the first game at home the side would be looking to put up a good show against the strong New South Wales team.

They have a good opening combination with Matthew Renshaw and Joe Burns at the top. The pair had done well last season and shall have to provide the side with a good platform. Usman Khawaja at No. 3 will need to steer the innings along with Marnus Labuschagne who is in good form at the moment. Charlie Hemphrey and Michael Neser in the lower order have good batting skills. In the bowling department, the side would depend on Mark Steketee and Michael Neser to do well with the new ball. Billy Stanlake is another talent to watch out this season while Labuschagne will look to stamp his authority with the new ball in the game.

New South Wales

They had finished second last season and skipper Peter Nevill will have bigger plans for the season. The side had played well last season but failed to finish things well towards the end which cost them the title. Their batsmen and bowlers had performed well and the skipper would want them to start the new season on a high. With few youngsters joining in the side looks very good going into the game. They have a good record against Queensland in the recent years and the side needs to draw strength from this as they head into the first game of the season.

The opening pair of David Warner and Daniel Hughes will look to provide a good start to the side. Warner who had a bad Ashes tour will look to regain form. The middle-order is very strong with Steven Smith in the squad. Moises Henriques, Nevill and Daniel Hughes will look to do well in this game with the bat. Mitchell Starc with the new ball adds strength to the squad. Sean Abbott and Trent Copeland will have to support him well during the game. Steven Smith and Henriques have good skills with the ball and shall look to perform well during the game.

Our Prediction for Queensland vs New South Wales

New South Wales shall win this final

It will be the first game of the season at home for Queensland at Gabba, Brisbane and they will be up against a full-strength New South Wales team. Queensland didn’t do well last season and would be looking to make a perfect start this season. New South Wales, on the other hand, would be extremely confident going into this game with the kind of strength they have in their side. It will be an interesting game as New South Wales shall look to start the season with a win playing away from home.

New South Wales have a full-strength side and with the quality in their batting as well as bowling they would start as favourites.

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