Date & Time: Wednesday, October 02, 05:00 IST
Venue: Drummoyne Oval, Sydney, Australia
Will New South Wales cross over the line?
The table-toppers Western Australia and the table bottom New South Wales clash off for the second time in the season after a close game a day go. After their first two dominating performances, Western Australia has found it a touch tougher against New South Wales. On the other hand, New South Wales has dragged the game into the final overs in their three losses but failed to cross over the line. Now, they don’t have any option but to win in order to stay alive in the tournament.
Both sides are unlikely to make any changes to their respective playing XI of the last match.
The surface at Drummoyne in Sydney has proved to be a high scoring pitch on Monday and it is likely to produce another one on Wednesday.
The New South Wales’ overall performance may have gone on a downward curve but the form of Henriques is a big positive for them. He has a PPM of 70 in the Tour and has a PPM of 84 in the format which makes him one of the most sorted out players in the Dream11 cricket team.
The Western Australian all-rounder may have had an ordinary last game but he has been in red hot form over the past few months. His PPM of 76 in the tour makes him a must-have in the Dream11 cricket team.
Returning after his injury Richardson has come back even stronger. He has picked at least a wicket in the 3 matches played so far which earned him the PPM of 69 in the tour. Another couple of more such performances will definitely get him back in the National team.
D Arcy Short
He has been in some form over the last couple of months whether it is the One Day format or T20. He just continues the very form on the tournament where he has a PPM of 86 which makes him an unmissable choice for your Dream11 cricket team.
He may not be the player when it comes to consistency, but his ability to come up with big knocks just like the previous game makes him a big bet. He has a career PPM of 64 in the format.