The my FootDr Queensland Bulls will roll on with the same twelve for next week's important JLT Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia.
Queensland has maintained the same squad for the past three matches, with two outright wins and a draw to their credit which has lifted the Bulls to the top of the table with two rounds of fixtures ahead.
The match starting on Tuesday at the Gabba will be Queensland's last home game, with its final regular season match against NSW in Wollongong.
The penultimate round of the Shield competition gets underway tomorrow when Victoria host NSW at the newly redeveloped Junction Oval complex.
Queensland are eight points clear of reigning champions Victoria (32.11), with the Bushrangers and NSW (30.79) among the teams in the hunt to grab top spot. Less than five points separate bottom-placed South Australia (27.16) and the second-placed Victoria.
Some of the Bulls players will be available for their Queensland Premier Grade teams for the final day of the regular fixtures tomorrow, with the squad training on Sunday and having a ‘top up’ session on Monday morning at the Gabba from 10am until 12pm approximately.
The Shield match will be scored and streamed live with commentary on cricket.com.au.
JLT Sheffield Shield
my FootDr Queensland Bulls v Alcohol. Think Again Western Warriors
Gabba, Tues – Fri, 10am start daily.
James Peirson (c)
(12th man to be named at the toss)