South Australia vs Western Australia 11th Match Prediction
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South Australia have played 3 matches in the Sheffield Shield 2018-19 season so far and all of those matches have ended in a draw.
In their last match against Victoria, South Australia were all-out for 244 in the 1st innings with captain Jake Lehmann and Tom Cooper being the only batsmen making any major contributions.
Victoria took a 107-runs lead in the 1st innings scoring 351-10. South Australia continued struggling in their 2nd innings as well and were all-out for 230.
Conor McInerney scored 63 runs batting at number 2 and other fifty came from Chadd Sayers (56) batting at number 10.
The match ended in a draw with Victoria at 22-2 on the final day of the match. Though South Australia bowlers Joe Mennie, Nick Winter and Chadd Sayers have done a good job in the recent matches, the batting hasn’t been top-notch, especially in the 2nd innings and that may work against South Australia in the next match against Western Australia.
Western Australia have won 1 in 3 matches and lost 1 while the last match ended in a draw.
In the last match Western Australia took a 92-runs lead after Queensland scored 448-9 in their 1st innings.
Western Australia had 2 scores of over 150 runs in the same innings as Mitchell Marsh scored 151 and William Bosisto was not out on 167.
In the previous match against Tasmania Western Australia bowlers did a good job of restricting Tasmania to 226 in their 1st innings. While Western Australia could manage only a 17-runs lead, their bowlers did a great job in the 2nd innings as they dismissed Tasmania all-out for 208 and the target WA had to chase was 192.
Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, and Marcus Stoinis picked 2 wickets each while Cameron Green picked 3 for 12 in the 2nd innings.
WA chased down 192 easily with 7 wickets in hand with Hilton Cartwright and Shaun Marsh scoring 84 and 98 respectively.
Looking at the form of WA bowlers and batsmen in the last 2 matches, they have a good chance of winning the next match against South Australia.
Our Prediction for South Australia vs Western Australia
Western Australia will win the match