Star batsman Chris Lynn is expected to play after sitting out the final overs of last night’s loss to NSW at Drummoyne Oval with a bruised calf after being struck twice while batting in his career highest domestic one-day score of 135.

WATCH: Chris Lynn brings up his century

 

Queensland claimed their only win of the round-robin matches over South Australia last week.

Tomorrow’s final will be broadcast by FOX Cricket, and available via www.cricket.com.au and the Cricket Australia Live App.

The Bulls are using on-field performances during the tournament to benefit new charity partner Foodbank Queensland, with Queensland Cricket donating $100 for every six hit by the Bulls and the Konica Minolta Queensland Fire during the WNCL.

The tally now sits at $4700, with Lynn the most prolific batsman having cleared the ropes 23 times so far.

 

Queensland Bulls JLT One Day Cup Squad
Qualifying Final v South Australia,

Tomorrow, 2pm, North Sydney Oval
 
59. James Peirson (c)
19. Xavier Bartlett
17. Max Bryant
15. Joe Burns
58. Luke Feldman
66. Andrew Gode
47. Sam Heazlett
44. Charlie Hemphrey
30. Matthew Kuhnemann
50. Chris Lynn
37. Billy Stanlake
16. Mark Steketee
4. Mitch Swepson
25. Sam Truloff