Ultimate Guide to the Marsh One-Day Cup Finals

The six best moments of the 2022-23 Marsh One-Day Cup

Who, when, where?

Undefeated Western Australia will take on a resurgent South Australia on Wednesday 8 March from 12:05 AWST (15:05 AEDT) at the WACA in Perth for the ultimate prize of Australian one-day domestic cricket.

WA secured the rights to host this year’s decider when the two sides last met in a comprehensive seven-wicket win at the Adelaide Oval on February 15. Despite being the competition’s most successful team with 15 titles from 53 editions, WACA most recently hosted a one-day tournament finals when WA lost to NSW in 2002-03, with their wins being 2003-04, 2014-15, 2017-18, 2019 -20 and 2021-22 were all played from home or at neutral venues.

WA last clinched the title at home in 1999-2000 when they beat Queensland by 45 runs.

How can I watch?

The match will be streamed live on cricket.com.au and on the CA Live app and will be broadcast live on Fox Cricket and Kayo Sports, as well as ABC Sport if wireless is more your thing.

Kayo offers new subscribers a free trial, which you can sign up for here.

And don’t forget, live scores, wicket and boundary replays are available in our match center.

can i participate

Absolutely! Admission is $10 for adults, $5 concessions and free for under 15s. Tickets are available here and can also be purchased at the gate on the day of the match.

Gates open at 11am on Wednesday with an array of food and drink.

What does the form guide say?

Western Australia: WWWWWWW

The reigning champions seemed unbeatable in the 50-over format this season, with seven wins from seven games and a 12-point lead over the Redbacks in second place. The closest a team came home to from a win against them was perhaps last November in South Australia at WACA – the venue for this week’s final – when WA snuck home with two wickets and nine balls after the Redbacks posted 6-266 .

WA survive the Redbacks’ late surge to remain undefeated

25th of September: Defeated Victoria by five wickets

October 1: Defeated NSW by nine wickets

October 22nd: Defeated Victoria with three wickets

November 5th: Defeated Queensland by five runs

November 16: Defeated South Australia by two wickets

February 15: Defeated South Australia by seven wickets

February 26: Defeated Tasmania by six wickets (DLS method)

South Australia: WLLWWLW (newest first)

The Redbacks secured their place in the decider with a win over Victoria in their Sudden Death semi-finals last month. They will take confidence from propelling WA all the way up at WACA in November when Henry Hunt made a century, but they were clearly beaten in the second leg at the Adelaide Oval in February.

September 26th: Defeated Queensland by 61 runs

September 28: Defeated by Tasmania by eight wickets

October 21: Defeated Tasmania with four wickets

November 5th: Defeated NSW by eight runs

November 16: Defeated by Western Australia by two wickets

February 15: Defeated by Western Australia by seven wickets

February 26: Defeated Victoria with eight wickets

What big names are playing?

Aside from Cameron Green and Lance Morris, who are with Australia’s Test squad in India, and Jhye Richardson, who is awaiting left hamstring scans after returning from the same injury in Premier Cricket on Saturday, WA captain Ashton Turner says the reigning champions one has a full selection of players to choose from, making it an imposing task for state electors to select an XI.

Mitch March – fresh off a century in his first Sheffield Shield game in almost two years – will play, as will other Australian white ball stars Markus Stoinis And Ashton Agar ahead of the three-game ODI series in India later this month. Andrew Tye also returns from a stint with Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League.

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“We’re in a really rare situation where we have almost a full list to choose from. I don’t remember that ever happening,” Turner told cricket.com.au. “There will be a lot of challenges for the selectors to get a final starting XI on paper but obviously that’s the challenge of being part of a good team and also it’s the responsibility of the 11 players who are chosen to go out and realizing their potential.”

South Australia will be without its Test stars Travis Head and Alex Carey but breakout star Spencer Johnson is in fine form with 16 wickets in two Sheffield Shield matches since his debut, including seven and six wickets. Wes Agar will be hard to walk after resting from the Redbacks’ last Shield game and the offseason recruit Ben Manenti has been electrifying in every facet of the game this season.

Manenti beats fast career bests to save Redbacks

Predicted XIs

Western Australia: Josh Philippe, D’Arcy Short, Cameron Bancroft, Mitch Marsh, Josh Inglis (wk), Ashton Turner (c), Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Agar, Joel Paris, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff

South Australia: Henry Hunt, Jake Carder, Daniel Drew, Nathan McSweeney, Jake Lehmann (c), Harry Nielsen (wk), Ben Manenti, Nathan McAndrew, Wes Agar, Henry Thornton, Spencer Johnson

What’s her story?

Western Australia have won both 50-over matchups between the two teams this season and while the Redbacks clinched an upset 164-run win in red-ball format right after the Big Bash was the last time they went to WA one day defeated game was in October 2017.

The two sides last met in a One-Day Cup final in the same month as Western Australia lifted the cup for the 13th time, with Mitch Marsh (80) and Cameron Bancroft (76) chasing the Redbacks’ 9-248 with more than six overs listed remaining.

WA thrashes Redbacks to secure top spot

This will be the fourth One Day Cup final between Western Australia and South Australia – WA have won the last two (2017-18 and 1989-1990) after the Redbacks won their first clash in the 1983-84 final. South Australia has won the national 50-over competition three times, the last time in 2011–12, with WA setting a record 15 times.

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