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Queensland vs Western Australia Todays Match Prediction 2017

Who Will Win Queensland vs Western Australia Todays Match Prediction 2017. 14th match of JLT cup is between QL vs WA on 11 October, Wednesday. Venue for this match is Drummoyne Oval, Sydney and match is going to start at 10:30 AM local time. Also get my cricket highlights and cricinfo on who will win today’s match on todaysmatchprediction.net.

Queensland vs Western Australia Todays Match Prediction 2017

Queensland vs Western Australia Todays Match Prediction 2017Australian wicketkeeper Peter Nevill did his odds of being picked for the up and coming Ashes no mischief as he broke even with a world record while playing for New South Wales in their prevail upon the Cricket Australia XI in the JLT One-Day Cup diversion in Sydney on Sunday. Nevill’s eight rejections in the match helped him run level with three different players and claim the world record for most expulsions in a List-A match. All the while, he likewise broke the Australian List-A record of most rejections (six) held by four unique players.

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Politeness of his record-breaking abuses, he joined Somerset’s Derek Taylor, Boland’s Steve Palframan and Worcestershire’s James Piper. The record for the most expulsions in a List-An amusement remained at eight when Derek Taylor snaffled eight gets against British Universities at Taunton in 1982.

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It was equalled in 1997-98 when Palframan joined the club obligingness of his five gets and three stumpings against Easterns at Paarl. In 2001, Piper turned into the third attendant to together hold the record after he asserted eight gets against Hertfordshire at Hertford.

The Australian wicketkeeper likewise asserted sole guardianship of the national record, which beforehand remained at six rejections. Western Australia’s Ryan Campbell (thrice), WA’s Adam Gilchrist, Queensland’s Wade Seccombe and NSW’s Brad Haddin (all once) mutually held the past record before it was broken by the 31-year-old.

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