The 2020-21 Marsh Sheffield Shield kicked off today with a meeting between South Australia and Western Australia amid tight organic safety regulations at the Karen Rolton Oval in Adelaide.
WA captain Shaun Marsh decided to bat after winning the toss, opening an opener for the team of Cameron Bancroft and Sam Whiteman, who made their debuts with two bowlers, Cameron Gannon and Lance Morris.
South Australia knocked out batsman Callum Ferguson, Brad Davis at No. 3, while Chad Sears, Nick Winter and Wes Agar bowled fast.
The game starts at 11.30 am from AEDT, while in today’s second game, Queensland faced Tasmania at Glades Elphin Park AEDT from 11 a.m.
Both matches were played at CricketCat.com and CA. Will be broadcast live on the app and worldwide and for free. Your commentators for the Redbacks-WA struggle will be Laurie Culver, Sam Tugwell and Paul Bonser. Matches will also be available for customers on Kayo. More information below.
South Australia will be eager to move forward despite enduring a strange pre-season, Mike Hussey inspected the state system, shedding light on the “culture of the Middle Ages” three years in a row after collecting the Sheffield Shield wooden spoon. . Who saw Jamie Sidons step down as head coach.
New head coach Jason Gillespie was appointed in August – and will see his first match on cricket.com. He will be seen live streaming from his hotel room where he is serving his 14-day quarantine who recently returned from coaching Sussex in the UK.
While there is a spring in the footsteps of Redback players as they hope to impress the new coach, one of the major beneficiaries of the season’s moves is leg-spinner Lloyd Pope, the state’s front-line tweaker. Adam Jampa (NSW) and Tom Andrews (Tasmania).
The first four rounds of shield action in Adelaide have given South Australia a ‘domestic’ advantage, and Karen Rolton Oval – the venue of this first round clash – and Gladys Elphick Park, where Queensland and Tasmania meet. .
Western Australia, meanwhile, are bent on ending a 21-year drought since their last Sheffield Shield title and have given Gannon a start and are playing their first match for the state to leave Queensland in the winter, and Morris, 22. – The murmuring right-arm of the year that impressed WA’s pre-season training.
WA coach Adam Voges worries that banning his team could be a “shock” for some players, but the brilliant Knight Group – led by Sean Marsh, when his brother Mitch is absent – ends his coach’s career. Shares the determination to end. The state’s barren title is running in first-class cricket.
Cameron Bancroft and Sam Whiteman backed the state openers and Marsh at No. 3, looking at how impressive Western Australia’s line-up in the middle order was, given Voges’ handling talent.
Emerging star Cameron Green was listed as batting at No. 4, although the 21-year-old will not be bowling in the match as he continues to work on some technical changes to avoid the heat for the third time in the last few stress issues. Holds.
Ashton Turner, who has returned to bowling after overcoming long-standing issues, has claimed the last five places in the top five along with 12th-ranked Hilton Kart Wright. DRC Short was dropped from the 12-man squad. For this match.
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How does the point system work?
Teams get six points for a complete victory, one point for a draw, and 0.01 points of one bonus point for each score in the first 100 overs of their first innings in 200 overs (eg: 350 after 1.5 overs of your 1.5 bonus points) and each 0.1 of a bonus point for a wicket, a team takes during the first 100 overs of their opponent’s first innings (ie: 10 wickets before the first 100 overs of 100 wickets gives you 1 point).
Western Australia XI: Cameron Bancroft, Sam Whiteman, Sean Marsh, Cameron Green, Ashton Turner, Ashton Agar, Josh Inglis (WK), Joel Paris, Matt Kelly, Cameron Gannon, Lance Morris
South Australia XI: Jake Wethrald, Henry Hunt, Brad Davis, Travis Head (C), Tom Cooper, Harry Nielsen (WK), Liam Scott, Nick Winter, Chad Sayers, Wes Agar, Lloyd Pope