The Northern Knights don’t have a good start in this Super Smash 2020-21 season. They are in a position of bother, losing all three of their games so far, and hopelessly need a victory if they are to turn things around. They would like to dictate terms in their backyard after losing the Central Districts in their previous encounter.
On the other hand, the Central Districts have won two of their three matches. In their first game, they started slowly with a loss against Wellington, but they easily won the next two games and wanted to keep the momentum going. With all departments clicking together and having the upper hand towards their competitors, they look like a formidable side.
In Hamilton, there is a 32% chance of rain. The temperature would be approximately 22 degrees Celsius.
At Seddon Park, it is an excellent track to bat on. For the fast bowlers as well, there is a bit of support. The records show chasing has not been easy at this venue, and teams would like to bat first.
Anton Devcich (c), Tim Seifert (wk), Katene Clarke, Dean Brownlie, Henry Cooper, Brett Hampton, Matthew Fisher, Zak Gibson, Frederick Walker, Joe Walker, Scott Kuggeleijn
George Walker (c), Dane Cleaver (wk), Doug Bracewell, Josh Clarkson, Joey Field, Jayden Lennox, Blair Tickner, Kieran Neoma Barnett, Ajaz Patel, Bayley Wiggins, Christian Leopard
Northern Knights vs Central Districts Dream 11:
Anton Devcich (c), Tim Seifert (wk), Christian Leopard, Katene Clarke, Dean Brownie, Josh Clarkson, George Walker, Scott Kuggeleijn, Joey Field, Mathew Fisher, Joe Walker
Central Districts will be targeting another victory in Super Smash 2020-21, with momentum and form on their side, while the Knights are by no means pushovers. Let’s support your favourite cricket team at baji.live now!