Victoria will face Western Australia in the second match of the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23 at the Junction Oval, Melbourne on Sunday.
Victoria will face Western Australia in the second match of the Australia Domestic One-Day Cup 2022-23 at the Junction Oval, Melbourne on Sunday. Victoria began the campaign with a three runs (DLS method) win over New South Wales and will be looking to carry on the momentum in the second game while Western Australia will feature in the first match of the season.
Western Australia have been one of the most successful teams in the tournament. They have won the tournament 15 times while New South Wales (12), Queensland (10), Victoria (6), Tasmania (4), and South Australia (3). New Zealand were invited to play the tournament from 1969/70 to 1974/75 and they won all three times. The Australian Capital Territory have never won the tournament.
Every game will be live streamed on cricket.com.au, the CA Live app and Kayo Sports. A total of 13 Marsh Cup matches, including the final and the opening six games of the season, will also be broadcast on Foxtel with expert commentary from Fox Cricket’s Brendon Julian, Mark Waugh, Darren Lehmann, Kerry O’Keeffe, Brad Haddin and others, as per Cricket Australia.
Victoria: Mackenzie Harvey, Will Pucovski, Marcus Harris, Peter Handscomb (c & wk), Matthew Short, Jonathan Merlo, Jake Fraser McGurk, Will Sutherland, Mitchell Perry, Scott Boland, Todd Murphy, Jon Holland, Samuel Elliott
Western Australia: Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Jason Behrendorff, Hilton Cartwright, Sam Fanning, Cameron Gannon, Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Josh Inglis, Bryce Jackson, Matthew Kelly, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, David Moody, Lance Morris, Joel Paris, Josh Philippe, Jhye Richardson, Corey Rocchiccioli, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Stobo, Marcus Stoinis*, Ashton Turner, Sam Whiteman, Teague Wyllie, Cooper Connolly, Jayden Goodwin, Sam Greer, Hamish Mckenzie