08 Nov 2020, Tasmania is going to play against New South Wales at Park 25 No. 2, Adelaide. Here is Tasmania vs New South Wales, 8th Match, Sheffield Shield 2020-21, Test Match Prediction. The Sheffield Shield match will start at 12:00 AM GMT / 10:30 AM LOCAL.

Tasmania

Tasmania

New South Wales

New South Wales

TAS vs NSW, Sheffield Shield 2020-21 Match Prediction

Tasmania vs New South Wales, 8th Match, Sheffield Shield 2020-21, Test Match Prediction

Tasmania 40%
New South Wales 42%
The percentages are showing in between 80%. The rest of the 20% is for exceptional cases. The explanations are down below.

“New South Wales” Can Be The Winner.

  1. Team Ranking:

    The Sheffield Shield of 2020-21 have been going strongly. Tasmania and New South Wales will face each other in the 8th match of Sheffield Shield 2020-21. Currently, Tasmania is sitting in the 4th place while NSW sits in the 3rd place in team ranking.

  2. Home Advantage:

    The match between Tasmania vs New South Wales is going to play at Park 25 No. 2, Adelaide. This is neutral ground. SO, no team will get any home advantage.

  3. Current Form: 

    The recent form of NSW is pretty good although they’ve played only 2 matches. NSW has won a single out of 2 matches while the other match was drawn. Hence, Tasmania played 3 matches. They’ve won 1 and drew 2 matches so far.

  4. Head To Head:

    If we see the last four matches between Tasmania vs New South Wales, NSW won 2 times, lost 1 and another match ended up as a draw.

  5. Field Condition:

    Park 25 No. 2, Adelaide is a medium-sized stadium and the field is quite good for the bowlers.

  6. Player Analysis:

    Batsmen Analytics

    Jack Edwards of NSW has an AVG 26.63 and SR 55.00. Another top batsman of NSW Nick Larkin has an AVG 29.06 and SR 45.80.

    On the other hand, Tim Paine of Tasmania has an AVG 36.39 and SR 70.78. Another top batsman of Tasmania Jordan Silk has an AVG 30.66 and SR 41.67.

    Bowlers Analytics

    Sean Abbott of NSW has an AVG 34.16 and his Econ 3.16. Another top bowler of NSW Harry Conway has an AVG 26.54 and Econ 2.63.

    Peter Siddle of Tasmania has an AVG 30.67 and his Econ 2.92. Another top bowler of SA Gabe Bell has an AVG 24.85 and Econ 2.94.

    NSW is a top team with a good squad. The bowling unit of them is strong and that could give them an edge over Tasmania in the bowling-friendly pitch of Adelaide.

  7. Point Table:

    In the Sheffield Shield 2020-21 point table, Tasmania acquired 6 points from 3 matches while NSW obtained 9 points from 2 matches.

  8. Pitch Support:

    The pitch of Park 25 No. 2 is bouncy and full of pace. Therefore, bowlers will get more advantage.

However, things could be change in some terms like weather condition, or injury cases, mental health of players in a team, etc. But, these are exceptional cases at all.

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Venue: Park 25 No. 2, Adelaide.

 TAS vs SA, Sheffield Shield 2020-21, T20 Dream 11

Tasmania Squad

Jordan Silk, Alex Doolan, Charlie Wakim, Ben McDermott, Jake Doran, Tim Paine(w/c), Beau Webster, Nathan Ellis, Peter Siddle, Jackson Bird, Riley Meredith, Macalister Wright, Tim Ward, Tom Andrews, Gabe Bell, Sam Rainbird.

South Australia Squad

Henry Hunt, Jake Weatherald, Brad Davis, Travis Head(c), Tom Cooper, Harry Nielsen(w), Liam Scott, Nick Winter, Chadd Sayers, Wes Agar, Lloyd Pope, Conor McInerney, Luke Robins, Cameron Valente, Callum Ferguson