The 4th Match of the Marsh One Day Cup 2021 will be played between South Australia and New South Wales on 4th March at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide.
South Australia Team Updates:
South Australia suffered a defeat in the very first game against a strong Western Australia side.
Travis Head and Harry Nielson made a massive effort with the bat but could not make their team across the line.
Their bowling line up failed to pick up regular wickets and eventually lost the game.
Harry Nielsen and Jake Weatherald will probably open the inning for the South Australia team.
Travis Head (c), Alex Carey (wk), Callum Ferguson will take care of the middle order.
Travis Head will lead the South Australia team as a Captain. He is also good Alrounder.
Harry Nielsen will do the wicket keeping for South Australia team.
Peter Hatzoglou will take care of the spin attack.
Wes Agar, Daniel Worral and Cameron Valente will lead the pace attack of the team.
New South Wales Team Updates:
New South Wales won the opening match against Victoria by a convincing 59 run margin.
Steve Smith scored a century, which was followed by an impressive performance by their bowling attack.
For this game, they would miss the service of Steven Smith but David Warner is back instead.
Matthew Gilkes and David Warner will probably open the inning for the New South Wales team.
Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques, Kurtis Patterson will form the middle order of the team.
Pat Cummins will lead the New South Wales team as a Captain.
Nathan Lyon will take care of the spin attack.
Pat Cummins, Ben Dwarshius will take care of the pace attack for his team.
Last 5 Head to Head:
South Australia: 2 Won New South Wales: 3 Won
In wicket keeping, Peter Nevill will be best choice.
Fast bowlers may play major role on this pitch.
Captain Options – Travis Head, David Warner
Vice-Captain Options – Wes Agar, Pat Cummins
South Australia Squad :
Jake Weatherald, Harry Nielsen(WK), Travis Head(C), Alex Carey(WK), Tom Cooper, Cameron Valente, Corey Kelly, Wes Agar, Liam Scott, Jacob Dickman, Thomas Kelly, David Grant, Conor McInerney, Daniel Drew, Henry Hunt, Brad Davis(WK), William Bosisto, Kane Richardson, Lloyd Pope, Joe Mennie, Luke Robins, Jake Lehmann, Tim Oakley, Nick Winter, Chadd Sayers, Joe Medew-Ewen, Daniel Worrall
New South Wales Squad :
David Warner, Matthew Gilkes(WK), Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques, Kurtis Patterson, Oliver Davies, Sean Abbott, Pat Cummins(C), Liam Hatcher, Nathan Lyon, Ben Dwarshuis, Arjun Nair, Ryan Hackney, Baxter Holt(WK), Trent Copeland, Daniel Solway, Nick Larkin, Lachlan Hearne, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Steven Smith, Mickey Edwards, Daniel Hughes, Peter Nevill(WK), Nathan McAndrew, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Chris Tremain, Harry Conway, Tanveer Sangha, Ryan Hadley, Adam Zampa