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NSW vs WAU

NSW vs WAU Dream11 Prediction: Final Fantasy Tips, Preview, Pitch Report

Last Updated: 14th Sep, 2021 5:26 PM IST

NSW vs WAU (New South Wales vs Western Australia), Final Preview

New South Wales (NSW) will lock horns with Western Australia (WAU) in the 16th game of the Marsh One Day Cup, 2021. The match will be played at the Bankstown Oval, Sydney.

New South Wales have played 4 matches in the series and will be looking to strengthen their hold of the top spot, while Western Australia have also played 4 matches in the series and they are currently ranked second on the points table.

Both teams last played against each other in the Match 12 of the Marsh One Day Cup, 2019 where Daniel Hughes scored the highest fantasy points for New South Wales with 201 match fantasy points while Hilton Cartwright topped the fantasy points leaderboard for Western Australia with 93 match fantasy points.

In the last match played by New South Wales against Queensland, New South Wales beat Queensland by 8 wickets. The top fantasy player for New South Wales was Daniel Hughes who scored 132 fantasy points.

In their last match in this series against Tasmania, Western Australia beat Tasmania by 159 runs. The top fantasy player for Western Australia was Mitchell Marsh who scored 129 fantasy points.

NSW vs WAU, Pitch Report and Conditions

The pitch at the Bankstown Oval, Sydney is a balanced pitch. The average 1st innings score at this venue in the last 13 matches is 266 runs. The team batting first at this venue has won 54% of its matches. So the toss does not make much of a difference here.

Pacers have been very successful at this venue. They have earned 76% of the total bowling fantasy points at this venue. We would suggest that you pick as many pace bowlers as possible in your team.

NSW vs WAU, Head to Head

In the 61 matches played between these 2 teams, Western Australia have won 27 matches and New South Wales have won 33 matches. Batsmen of both teams have earned the most fantasy points for their respective teams so far.