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FLT20 Final Day: SA & Tas in box seat

UPDATED 12 February, 2013 4:00PM AEST |

The final day of the Futures League T20 action sees South Australia and Tasmania in prime position to pounce on the title.

The final day of the Futures League T20 action sees South Australia and Tasmania in prime position to pounce on the title.

The Redbacks are on top on eight points and have a good net run rate while the Tigers are third on seven points. In the final games today, if the Redbacks beat ACT at Merv Hughes Oval it’s all over, however if they lose and the Tigers defeat NSW at Princes Park then the Tasmanians will take the title.

The hard luck story is the Queenslanders who are equal top on eight points with South Australia, however they have the bye today after having both their games yesterday abandoned due to bad conditions, robbing them of a chance to push for top spot.

<b>Final day matches:</b>
VIC v WA at Bill Lawry Oval (11am)
NSW v TAS at Princes Park 1 (11am)
ACT v SA at Mervyn G Hughes Oval (11am)

<b>Yesterday’s results:</b>
<a href="http://livescores.cricket.com.au/summary_2699_13.html">SA def VIC by 5 wickets Scorecard</a>

QLD v TAS abandoned

<a href="http://livescores.cricket.com.au/summary_2699_15.html">ACT def WA by 8 runs on D/L Method Scorecard </a>

<a href="http://livescores.cricket.com.au/summary_2699_16.html">TAS def VIC by 60 runs Scorecard</a>

QLD v WA abandoned

<a href="http://livescores.cricket.com.au/summary_2699_18.html">SA def NSW by 99 runs Scorecard</a>

The opinions expressed here are the views of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Cricket Australia

First Posted 05 December, 2011 6:36PM AEST

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