For the first time this season, the Super Smash 2020-21 action moves to Dunedin, Otago, where the home team will lock horns with the Central Districts. While both teams won 2 games each, the Central Districts played a different game. They have two wins and two defeats in four games and are now ahead of Otago in third place.
Otago Volts, on the other hand, with a victory against the Northern Knights, are heading into this game and will look to build on the momentum at home. They played three games, winning two and losing one, respectively. With their NRR being negative, they would like to win big in the latter stages of the tournament not to affect them.
In Dunedin, it will be partially cloudy, but the chance of rain is only 5%. It will have a temperature of around 13 degrees Celsius.
It is a decent track to bat on at the University Oval, Dunedin. It remains the same throughout the game, and hence teams prefer chasing at this venue.
Jacob Duffy (c), Mitch Renwick (wk), Hamish Rutherford, Neil Broom, Nick Kelly, Anaru Kitchen, Llew Johnson, Dale Phillips, Michael Rippon, Matthew Bacon, Mitchell McClenaghan
George Worker (c), Dane Cleaver (wk), Doug Bracewell, Josh Clarkson, Joey Field, Jayden Lennox, Christian Leopard, Kieran Neoma Barnett, Ajaz Patel, Will Young, Blair Tickner
Otago Volts vs Central Districts Dream 11:
Josh Clarkson (c), Mitch Renwick (wk), Christian Leopard, Neil Broom, Llew Johnson, Hamish Rutherford, George Worker, Michael Rippon, Blair Tickner, Joey Field, Mathew Bacon
Looking at the Otago Volts, we see holes in the batting order with some loops. They have a few good batsmen, but they look wobbly in their middle order. As they are a more balanced unit, we would like to go with the Central Districts as the match-winner. Let’s bet with baji.live now to support your favourite cricket team!