Queensland101.00 Tasmania1.02


Usman Khawaja13291044.83
Sam Heazlett3130023.08
Marnus Labuschagne10112090.91
Matt Renshaw10231043.48
Max Bryant26403065.00
Jimmy Peirson12261046.15
Michael Neser3150020.00
Gurinder Sandhu8141057.14
Xavier Bartlett23444052.27
Mark Steketee35362297.22
Mitchell Swepson141420100.00
Jackson Bird8.003614.50
Riley Meredith10.052652.60
Peter Siddle8.013704.62
Thomas Rogers8.113233.92
TD Andrews10.012812.80


Caleb Jewell433761116.22
Ben McDermott708310184.34
Jake Doran25303083.33
Jordan Silk02000.00
Mac Wright04000.00
BJ Webster00000.00
Xavier Bartlett5.003116.20
Michael Neser6.002223.67
Mark Steketee5.003306.60
Gurinder Sandhu7.004316.14
Mitchell Swepson3.001304.33


In the debut game for each of those teams, Tasmania proclaimed their candidacy for the Marsh Cup 2022–23 by thrashing the South Australia Redbacks. They’ll want to build on their strong start moving ahead since the competition is still in its early stages. They have a key encounter against Queensland coming up in the competition.

Both teams will enter the match with distinct motivations to perform at their highest level since they have had quite different beginnings. Queensland will be eager to experience success, while Tasmania will want to build on their strong start to keep their position at the top of the leaderboard. The two teams will face off on September 30, 2022, at Brisbane’s Allan Border Field.



In the Australian domestic circuit, Queensland used to be one of the most reliable teams, but they haven’t exactly been as successful lately. They suffered a lopsided defeat in their competition debut in the Marsh Cup as well. They will now be attempting to put it behind them and recover by winning this game.

They presently have no victories and are at the bottom of the standings. Additionally, they have a dismal net run rate of -1.220, which only serves to highlight how badly they were outperformed in the previous game. If the rest of the results go their way, a victory here would possibly move them up to third.

By chance, Queensland also played their first game against the Redbacks. They were never in the game while chasing a score of 278 since they kept dropping wickets at regular intervals. They ultimately lost the match by a wide margin with 217 to their name. They started most of their batters, but none of them were able to make a significant contribution. They would want to change this in the next game. If they are able to achieve it, it could be extremely challenging to go past them.

Queensland Playing 11

Gurinder Sandhu, Jimmy Peirson, Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, Max Bryant, Michael Neser, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja, Xavier Bartlett.


Tasmania entered their campaign as the underdogs, but they performed so well in their first game that they might end up becoming the tournament’s surprise team. They are hoping to capitalize on their outstanding victory against the South Australia Redbacks to open the season. Their bowlers and batsmen both did fantastic work as they easily trounced the Redbacks.

Although it is still early in the competition to discuss rankings, Tasmanian Tigers will be pleased to be in first place right now. They have five points and a fantastic net run rate of 2.331 to their credit. They wouldn’t want to go farther down the ladder if they lost this game.

On a fantastic surface, Tasmania’s first-ball performance was perfect. They were able to restrict the Redbacks to a low score by picking up early wickets and bowling in restricted areas. Ben McDermott and Caleb Jewell simply forced their will on the opposition while chasing 220 runs, scoring 198 runs together for the first wicket. With almost 16 overs left and eight wickets in hand, the Tigers finally completed the job.

Overall, even if the Tigers lack great players, they have the strength to compete against the best. They demonstrated it in the last game and are confident in doing so again. Queensland will have their work cut out for them if they are able to play to their full capacity in this forthcoming game as well.

Tasmania Playing 11

Ben McDermott, BJ Webster, Mac Wright, Caleb Jewell, Jackson Bird, Jake Doran, Jordan Silk, Peter Siddle, Riley Meredith, Thomas Rogers, TD Andrews.


This game presents Tasmania with a fantastic chance to gain early momentum in the competition and firmly establish their place at the top of the leaderboard. However, Queensland will want to resume its winning ways as quickly as possible since another defeat will complicate their situation. On paper, the two teams seem to be very well matched, although Tasmania looks ahead based on performance thus far in the season. A wager on the Tasmania Tigers should be the best option in this situation for these and the other reasons mentioned above.

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