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Queensland vs Western Australia Tips - Western Australia to extend lead at the top of the Sheffield Shield?

Last updated: 30 Nov 2022
Ben Darvill 30 Nov 2022
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D'Arcy Short of Western Australia (Getty Images)
D'Arcy Short of Western Australia (Getty Images)

Queensland vs Western Australia Tips

Queensland come into this match looking to cut the gap between themselves and their next opponents at the top. 
  • Queensland vs Western Australia Tips
  • Head To Head
  • Queensland Form 
  • Western Australia Form 
  • Queensland vs Western Australia FAQs

Western Australia arrive hoping to move well clear of the chasing pack going into the break in the competition. 

  • Queensland have won two of their five matches (L1, D2) (Sheffield Shield)
  • Queensland are unbeaten in their last two (W1, D1) (Sheffield Shield)
  • Western Australia are unbeaten in the competition (W4, D1) (Sheffield Shield)
  • WA are 11 points clear of Tasmania and Queensland at the top (Sheffield Shield)

Head To Head

The last time the two sides met in the Sheffield Shield, Western Australia ran out winners by three wickets. It was an incredibly tight battle between the sides, with neither able to score more than 250 runs in any of their innings. 

Queensland Form 

Queensland are one of the few sides putting up a fight in the Sheffield Shield this season, with their battle to catch up with their next opponents at the top an enthralling one. 

After five matches, Queensland have won twice, drawn twice and lost once, with the 20 points they have picked up meaning they are 11 short of their next opponents at the top. 

Their last match ended in frustration as they were held by South Australia. Batting first, SA put on 240 all out as Xavier Bartlett starred for Queensland with 4/64. With the bat, Queensland put on a show as they notched 342 all out as Joe Burns returned a score of 85. With Queensland in the hunt, they were frustrated as SA battled to 246/3 to see the two sides draw. 

This was a huge chance for Queensland to close the gap on themselves and WA, but they failed to pick up maximum points. 

Western Australia Form 

Western Australia have been excellent this season and they are the only side that are still unbeaten after five games. In this time, they have won four matches and drawn once, with this seeing them onto 31 points, leading their next opponents by 11. 

WA's last game ended in a powerful 133 run win over New South Wales. WA went in to bat first and scored a competitive 233, with their bowlers then skittling NSW for just 93. Trying to accelerate in the game, WA were bowled out for just 127 but, chasing a target of 268 was always a big ask for NSW, with the side ultimately falling short by 133 runs. 

Now, WA will target their fifth win in six games in the tournament as they look to extend their sizeable lead at the top of the table. 

Queensland vs Western Australia FAQs

What time will Queensland vs Western Australia start?

The game will start at 11:00 AEST on Thursday, December 1. 


We are backing Western Australia to win this match and make it five wins from a possible six. They have been the best team in the competition by a long way, and they will relish the chance to defeat one of their closest rivals. 

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