In Christchurch, Canterbury will take on the Central Districts. This is this season’s first game in Christchurch, and it’s going to be fun to see what XIs these sides want for this game. Only in their third game of the season will Canterbury compete. They won the first two games, and they are searching for another win.
On the other hand, the Central Districts have played five games, the most so far this season. They’ve won three matches and lost two. With Will Young and Ross Taylor’s return, their team has been strengthened and look a much more potent side now. It is expected to be an entertaining cricket game between the two sides.
In Christchurch, it will be a partially cloudy day, but in the evening the sky will be clear. It will have a temperature of about 19 degrees Celsius.
For both the batsmen and the bowlers, the track at Hagley Oval has plenty to offer. The pacers can enjoy bowling on this floor and can acquire some initial swing with the new ball. The spinners will get on the play in the latter half, but they will need to adjust their pace to scalp a few wickets.
However, the batsmen should put up good runs on the board with the ball coming on to the bat nicely. The average first innings score is 189.
Cole McConchie (c), Cam Fletcher (wk), Chad Bowes, Ken McClure, Sean Davey, Leo Carter, Todd Astle, Ed Nuttall, Daryl Mitchell, Will Williams, Matthew Hay
George Walker (c), Dane Cleaver (wk), Doug Bracewell, Josh Clarkson, Joey Field, Ross Taylor, Will Young, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Ajaz Patel, Blair Tickner, Christian Leopard
Canterbury vs Central Districts Dream 11:
Chad Bowes (c), Dane Cleaver (wk), Ken McClure, Will Young, George Walker, Daryl Mitchell, Josh Clarkson, Ed Nuttall, Ajaz Patel, Joey Field, Blair Tickner
Central Districts boasted of quality batting and were brilliant at the tournament. On the other side, Canterbury won both of their matches, but they did not play enough cricket. Their middle-order still looks a little shaky. Only after they play a few more games will their real ones be judged. As of now, we’ll back Central Districts to win this game. Let’s bet and win big with baji.live now!