Sheffield Shield Round 2: New South Wales v Tasmania @ Drummoyne Oval

NSW v TAS result

  • TAS outright win

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Draw, NSW with more bonus points

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Draw, TAS with more bonus points

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Draw, equal number of bonus points

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Tie

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    5
  • Poll closed .

grimlock

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Sheffield Shield Round 2: New South Wales v Tasmania @ Drummoyne Oval
Friday 18th October 2019 - Monday 21st October 2019

CA scorecard: https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2405/46360/nsw-blues-vs-tasmanian-tigers-men-marsh-sheffield-shield-2019-20/scorecard

PositionTeamMatchesWinsDrawsLossesBat Bonus PointsBowl Bonus PointsTotal Points
1New South Wales11000.881.007.88
2Victoria10101.780.403.18
3Western Australia10101.370.803.17
4Tasmania10100.861.002.86
5South Australia10101.170.102.27
6Queensland10010.000.900.90
Previous Meetings




2018/19 Round 3

New South Wales 9/442 (dec.) (J.Sangha 117, J.Edwards 101, G.Bell 3/75) and 1/22 (dec.) (D.Hughes 21*)
drew with
Tasmania 4/115 (dec.) (A.Doolan 53, T.Copeland 4/27) and 7/264 (A.Doolan 90, B.Webster 80*, N.Lyon 4/88)

2018/19 Round 10
Tasmania 255 (A.Doolan 72, B.McDermott 53, T.Copeland 6/88) and 120 (M.Wade 65, S.Abbott 7/45)
lost to
New South Wales 375 (N.Larkin 67, D.Hughes 61, J.Bird 3/85) and 5/149 (dec.) (M.Henriques 49, G.Bell 2/22)
by 149 runs

NSW XIII
  • 20. Peter NEVILL (c)(+)
  • 77. Sean ABBOTT
  • 5. Harry CONWAY
  • 9. Trent COPELAND
  • 21. Moises HENRIQUES
  • 3. Daniel HUGHES
  • 36. Nick LARKIN
  • 67. Nathan LYON
  • 72. Stephen O'KEEFE
  • 17. Kurtis PATTERSON
  • 49. Steve SMITH
  • 56. Mitchell STARC
  • 31. David WARNER
In: Lyon, O'Keefe, Patterson
Out: Nick BERTUS

3 big guns return, creating an interesting dilemma for the NSW selectors. Conway was the pick of the bowlers in Round 1 with 10 wickets while Starc was the worst with just 1 wicket.

TAS XIV
  • 13. Matthew WADE (c)
  • 10. George BAILEY
  • 64. Alex DOOLAN
  • 19. Jarrod FREEMAN
  • Caleb JEWELL
  • 28. Ben McDERMOTT
  • 12. Riley MEREDITH
  • 27. Lawrence NEIL-SMITH
  • 36. Tim PAINE (+)
  • 4. Alex PYECROFT
  • 43. Sam RAINBIRD
  • Clive ROSE
  • 21. Jordan SILK
  • 20. Beau WEBSTER
In: Freeman, Pyecroft, Rose, Webster
Out: Jackson BIRD (imminent birth of first child)

If selected it will be Rose's first Shield game in 3 and a half years.

Weather
  • Friday
    12-25 - Sunny.
  • Saturday
    14-28 - Sunny.
  • Sunday
    12-21 - Mostly sunny.
  • Monday
    13-23 - Mostly sunny.
 

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Torz

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Wow, Clive! I must say that despite being at the WACA, Tassie's attack looked a bit one-dimensional last game. Interesting to see how he goes after such a long time away from red ball cricket.
 

ioppolo

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Drop Bertus and Conway, two of their performers from last match. You go NSW
 

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Gak Attack

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I hadn't seen the table until just reading this, it's an odd system that has WA getting more points than Tas in that last match. Same with Vic/SA.
 

Badesumofu

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Starc match figures of 8-59 against a pretty decent Tasmanian batting lineup. It would be good if he could hit peak form for the Summer because I can see him really ripping through Pakistan and NZ on Australian pitches if he's on song.
 

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