Hello Champs! Welcome to this amazing and exciting Fantasy Cricket Adda. Here you will get the latest updates, real and complete information about Central District vs Auckland Aces Preliminary Final of Super Smash 2018-19 along with the CD vs AUK Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Players Strategy, Dream11 Team, Team News and Playing 11.
This is the big games for both the teams to directly enter into the final match to play against the Northern Knights on 17 Feb. According to point table of this tournament, Northern Knights already secured they’re placed into the final match after 7 won and 3 loss with placed on the top in the point table. Where another hand Auckland unlucky to fixed they’re placed on top after 6 wins, 2 loss and 2 no results matches with 28 points that are equal to Northern Night but net run rate less than Northen. The Central District placed on 3rd in the point table after 5 wins, 4 loss, and 1 not result from matches.
In this entire tournament both the teams, Auckland and Central Districts played 2 head to head games, where Auckland team won both the games by 5 wickets and 8 wickets respectively. So here it could be a very interesting and exciting game for both the teams to defend each other especially Central District to win once against Auckland this season and qualify for the big final match.
Series: Super Smash, 2018-19
Match: Central Districts vs Auckland, Preliminary Final
Date: 15 Feb 2019
Time: 8:40 AM IST
Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland (New Zealand)
Pitch and Conditions: Cleared and sunny day, There is not any chance of rain and interruption in the game. The pitch is flat, batting friendly and helps to pace bowl as well. So here it could a good scoring or average scoring game at this venue as their average batting 1st score is 166 according to the recent matches.
CD (Central District/Stags):
George Worker, Will Young, Dean Foxcroft, Tom Bruce (c), Dane Cleaver (wk), Ben Wheeler, Bevan Small, Adam Milne, Seth Rance, Ajaz Patel, Doug Bracewell, Kieran Noema-Barnett.
AUK (Auckland Aces):
Daniel Bell-Drummond, Glenn Phillips (wk), Mark Chapman, Craig Cachopa (c), Graeme Beghin, Robert ODonnell, Ronnie Hira, Donovan Grobbelaar, Mitchell McClenaghan, William Somerville, Matthew Quinn, Colin Munro, Ben Lister.
They have declared their 13 men squad for this preliminary final as above, where Blair Tickner and Josh Clarkson ruled out of this game to due injury. So most probably Doug Bracewell and Kieren Noema-Barnett can directly replace the place of the injured guy.
Probable Playing 11: 1. George Worker, 2. Will Young, 3. Dean Foxcroft, 4. Tom Bruce (c), 5. Dane Cleaver (wk), 6. Doug Bracewell, 7. Kieran Noema-Barnett/Bevan Small, 8. Ben Wheeler, 9. Adam Milne, 10. Seth Rance, 11. Ajaz Patel.
Auckland Aces have also declared their 13 men squad for this big game. Where Colin Munro returned into the 13 men squad and probably he will be the feature in playing 11 after dropped from international ODI squad against Bangladesh.
Probable Playing 11: 1. Colin Munro, 2. Daniel Bell-Drummond, 3. Glenn Phillips (wk), 4. Mark Chapman, 5. Craig Cachopa (c), 6. Robert ODonnell, 7. Ronnie Hira, 8. Donovan Grobbelaar, 9. Mitchell McClenaghan, 10. William Somerville, 11. Matthew Quinn.
Glenn Philips: (Good) Top order bat, Popular pick, Good T20 batsman as well.
Dean Cleaver: (Trump) Middle order bat, Yet not did well in this tournament.
Tom Bruce: (Safe) Middle order bat, Good Form, Good striker, Can score good runs very quickly.
George Worker: (Safe) Open Bat, Always gives some points.
Will Young: (Safe) Open Bat, Scoring some good runs regularly.
Craig Cachopa: (Safe) Middle order bat, Good form, Has been played so many good innings in this season.
Mark Chapman: (Safe) Middle order bat, Good inning in the recent match, has a good ability of big score.
Daniel Bell Drummond: (Safe) Open Bat, Good players as always score some good runs.
Dean Foxcroft: (Good) Top order bat, Off break Bowler, excellent form.
Colin Munro: (Good) Open Bat, Medium Pace, Good T20 player, Hitter.
Doug Bracewell: (Trump) Medium Pace, Lower order bat, Have a good ability to score some runs.
Donovan Grobbelaar: (Trump) Medium Pace, Lower order bat, Giving some 10/15 points almost in every match.
Kieran Noema-Barnett: (Trump/Risky) Slow Medium pace, Lower order bat.
Ronnie Hira: (Good) Spinner, Good wicket-taking spinner and taking wickets regularly.
Mitchell McClenaghan: (Safe) Medium Pace Bowl, good T20 bowler.
Ben Wheeler: (Safe) Medium Pace, Good Bowler.
William Somerville: (Safe) Off break, Giving 10/15 points through taking wicket almost in every match.
Matt Quinn: (Safe) Medium Pace, Good Bowler.
Seth Rance: (Safe/Trump) Medium Pace Bowl, Wicket-taker.
Ajaz Patel: (Trump) Orthodox.
Adam Milne: (Trump/Safe) Pace Bowl, Good T20 Bowler.
Good: Must pick that player in your team because of their reliable ability, role, and current form.
Safe: Common Pick, 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 some good 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.
FANTASY CRICKET TIPS
- In the wicketkeeper section, go with Glenn Philips because he is much better than Dean Clever for the small/safe league. You may try Dean Clever in the grand league.
- Try to create the balanced and combinational team in the safe/small league for this game because of both the teams have excellent batting and bowling lineup.
- The Safe/Good/Key Players for this match could be named like Colin Munro, Dean Foxcroft, Tom Bruce, Will Young, George Worker, Mark Chapman, Craig Cachopa, Ronnie Hira.
Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:
- Colin Munro (Safe/Small/Grand League)
- Dean Foxcroft (Safe/Small/Grand League)
- Tom Bruce (Grand League)
- Will Young (Grand League)
- George Worker (Grand League)
- Mark Chapman (Grand League)
- Glenn Phillips (Grand League)
CD vs AUK DREAM11 TEAM PREDICTION