TASMANIA will be looking to kick-start its one-day summer when it takes on Victoria at Sydney's Bankstown Oval today.
The Tigers will be looking to bounce back from Sunday's disappointing loss to New South Wales, when it collapsed to be all out for 97, losing its last nine wickets for 46 chasing just 179 for victory.
The match will be the first in charge for former Tasmanian Matthew Wade, who has taken over from Cameron White as Bushrangers skipper.
The one day competition this summer is being played exclusively as a stand-alone tournament, with the final to be played on October 27.
Today's match will be broadcast on free-to-air channel GEM from 9.30am.
Meanwhile, Tigers paceman Ben Laughlin has received an official reprimand for breaching the Cricket Australia's Code of Behaviour for excessive appealing in Sunday's match.
Laughlin pleaded guilty and accepted match referee Bob Stratford's proposed sanction of an official reprimand.
A Code of Behaviour hearing was not required as Laughlin pleaded guilty and accepted the sanction.
It was the first offence in the past 18 months for the 30-year-old Laughlin, who has taken 63 wickets in 34 one day matches.
6pt UNIV INTO HELIOS; Starts in UNIV, breakback goes to helios, loops on breakbacks.TASMANIA SQUAD: George Bailey (c), Tim Paine (vc), Luke Butterworth, Mark Cosgrove, Ed Cowan, Alex Doolan, Xavier Doherty, Evan Gulbis, Ben Hilfenhaus, Ben Laughlin, Sam Rainbird, Jordan Silk, Jon Wells.
VICTORIA SQUAD: Matthew Wade (c), Fawad Ahmed, Scott Boland, Aaron Finch, Peter Handscomb, John Hastings, Michael Hill, Jon Holland, David Hussey, Alexander Keath, Rob Quiney, Will Sheridan, Peter Siddle, Marcus Stoinis.