Sharks looking to stop Blues in their tracks
Fresh from a crushing win over Diamond Eagles, in-form New South Wales will take on English team Sussex in their second group B match of the inaugural Champions League Twenty20 cricket tournament tommorrow.
Adapting well to the low and slow Feroz Shah Kotla track, NSW defeated the Diamond Eagles by 53 runs to open their campaign in style last night.
Sussex, on the other hand, have not yet opened their campaign in the cash-awash league.
New South Wales' batting is a slight worry considering opener Philip Hughes is continuing to struggle for form.
Skipper Simon Katich adapted well last night to lend stability to NSW's innings but he is known to take his time before settling down, something that he won't get very often in Twenty20 cricket.