AUK vs WEL Dream11 Prediction, Players Strategy : Preview (Preliminary Final)

AUK vs WEL Dream11 Prediction, Players Strategy : Preview (Preliminary Final)

Dream11 Prediction and Players Strategy of Auckland vs Wellington,  Preliminary Final (AUK vs WEL Dream11) along with the Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips, Dream11 Team, Preview, Team News, and Playing 11.

Series: The Ford Trophy (New Zealand ODD) 2018

Match: Auckland vs Wellington, The Preliminary Final

Date: 28 Nov 2018

Time: 3:30 AM IST

Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland (New Zealand)

DREAM11 PREVIEW

The Otago Volts has been qualified for the match final and this is the eliminator match to decide the second team for the final match. Both the teams Auckland Aces and Wellington Firebirds are looking good with the bat and bowl as well so here it could be very interesting and do or die match for both teams to qualified for the final match.

New Zealand venue is always very cold and maximum forecast of rains and pitches support of pace and swing bowlers.

TIPS – “That Could Be Matter”

  • Except for some international players, New Zealand’s maximum players are very weak to defend the spin attack.
  • So, try to pick the maximum spin bowlers from both the sides and along with the pace bowler as well according to team combination.
  • Try to pick maximum allrounders and those players who can bat and bowl as well.
  • Both the teams have good batting and bowling line up, so creating the balanced and combinational team could be a good strategy.

AUK vs WEL TEAM NEWS

AUCKLAND (AUK)

12 MEN SQUAD (AUK): Craig Cachopa (C), Micheal Barry, Graeme Beghin, Mark Chapman, Danru Ferns, Roneel Hira, Ben Horne (Wk), Ben Lister, Matt McEwan, Colin Munro, Robert O’Donnell, Sean Solia.   

Probable Playing 11 (AUK):

Listed according to the batting order.

  1. Ben Horne  (wk)
  2. Colin Munro
  3. Sean Solia
  4. Mark Chapman
  5. Craig Cachopa (C)
  6. Robert O’Donnell
  7. Micheal Barry
  8. Matt McEwan
  9. Ronnie Hira
  10. Danru Ferns
  11. Benjamin Lister

WELLINGTON (WEL)

13 MEN SQUAD (WEL): Hamish Bennett (c), Jakob Bhula, Micheal Bracewell, Devon Conway, Andrew Fletcher, Lauchie Johns, Iain McPeake, Jimmy Neesham, Ollie Newton, Malcolm Nofal, Michael Pollard, Ben Sears, Peter Younghusband.

Probable Playing 11 (WEL):

Listed according to the batting order.

  1. Andrew Fletcher
  2. Jakob Bhula/ Micheal Pollard
  3. Devon Conway
  4. Micheal Bracewell
  5. James Neesham
  6. Malcolm Nofal
  7. Peter Younghusband
  8. Lauchie Johns (wk)
  9. Ian McPeake
  10. Hamish Bennett (c)
  11. Ollie Newton

PLAYERS STRATEGY

WICKETKEEPER

Ben Horne: (Good) Open Bat, Good form, Scoring runs in every match.

Lauchi Johns: (Trump/ Risky) Lower Order Bat, Have not played any good innings yet after 11 matches since debuting in the list A match.

BATSMEN

Andrew Fletcher: (Good) Open Bat, Excellent form, Out very earlier in the last match but have a good consistency so we cannot ignore him.

Craig Cachopa: (Good) Middle Order Bat, Good Form, Scoring some runs in every match.

Devon Conway: (Safe) Top Order Bat, Good Average, Always score some runs and have the ability of big inning.

Micheal Bracewell: (Trump) Middle Order Bat, Good Batsman and have good ability but struggling to convert in the good inning from last few matches.

Colin Munro: (Safe) Open Bat, Part-Time Medium Pace Bowl, Hit or Miss

Graeme Beghin: (Trump) Middle Order Bat, Scoring some runs in every match.

Jakob Bhula: (Trump) Open Bat, Can spin bowl in Part-Time, Struggling score runs.

Robert O’Donnell: (Trump) Middle Order Bat, Can Part-Time, Good Batsman, Always score some runs.

Micheal Pollard: (Trump) Top order Bat

Mark Chapman: (Trump) Middle Order bat, Part-Time Spin, Good List A Player.

ALL-ROUNDERS

Jimmy Neesham: (Good) Pace Bowl, Middle Order Bat, Good form with Bowl as well bat.

Sean Solia: (Good) Pace Bowl, Top Order Bat, Good form with Bowl as well bat.

Malcolm Nofal: (Safe) Orthodox, Middle Order Bat, Good Bowling and have good batting ability.

Micheal Barry: (Safe) Spin Bowl, Middle Order Bat, Doing well with Batting or Bowling in every match.

BOWLERS

Hamish Bennett: (Good) Pace Bowl, Can bat as well, Regular Wicket-Taker.

Ollie Newton: (Safe) Pace Bowl, Good Bowler, Pick them according to your credit and team combination.

Peter Younghusband: (Safe) Legbreak Googly, Can bat as well.

Matt McEwan: (Good) Pace Bowl, Good Bowling and picking wicket regularly.

Ian McPeake: (Safe) Pace Bowl, Pick them according to your credit and team combination.

B Lister: (Trump) Pace Bowl.

Ronnie Hira: (Safe) Orthodox, Can Bat as well.

Danru Ferns: (Trump) Pace Bowl, Wicket-Taker

Good: Must pick that player in your team because of their reliable ability, role, and form.

Safe: Safe player option to pick in the team according to your combination and credit management.

Trump: Those players can do well unexpected, and can give needed points to increase your rank and points as well individually.

Risky: Very bad form, and could be replaced by any benched players, So better to ignore that players.

AUK vs WEL DREAM11 PREDICTION

CAPTAIN & VICE-CAPTAIN CHOICES

  • Jimmy Neesham (Safe/ Grand League)
  • Sean Solia (Safe/ Big/ Grand League)
  • Malcolm Nofal (Safe/ Big/ Grand League)
  • Micheal Barry (Safe/ Big/ Grand League)
  • Andrew Fletcher (Big/ Grand League)
  • Colin Munro (Big/ Grand League)
  • Ronnie Hira (Big/ Grand League)
  • Hamish Bennett (Big/ Grand League)
  • Micheal Bracewell (Big/ Grand League)

AUK vs WEL DREAM11 TEAM

AUK vs WEL DREAM11 PREDICTION TEAM1 PRE FINAL
AUK vs WEL DREAM11 TEAM 1

 

AUK vs WEL DREAM11 PREDICTION TEAM2 PRE FINAL
DREAM11 TEAM 2 AUK VS WEL

 

Notes:  To create the team according to your satisfaction and my above opinion. Try to go with your team, or make some changes in the team according to you, because of luck and winnings are in your hand, not have others.

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