NK Vs AUK Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11, Toss, Pitch And Match Report: Two winless sides step out to the middle with a win taking paramount importance for either today.
They have both played the three matches apiece and both of Northern Knights and Auckland Aces make a foray into the fray of today’s encounter with 0 wins in between them. Marred by rain and mulled by their opponents, both of our sides of the day have been in atrocious form, one they both need to wrench out of at the earliest if they are to have any chances of challenging for the prestigious trophy.
While inclement weather has done both of these sides no favours to truncate three matches in between the two sides, both these sides haven’t helped themselves either this season. Their performances in the chances they have got out in the middle have been abysmal, appalling and abject resulting in an atrocious set of events unravelling for either side.
Placed in the bottom of the points tally with the two defeats from three encounters, Northern Knights are making an advent into this one having been thumped by 43 runs by Otago Volts. As the side stumbled their way to a contentious defeat, the performance was a telling one of their plight this season with the side handsomely outplayed in every department of the game on the day.
They allowed their opponents to put on 198 on the scoreboard while managing to muster up a mere 155 in reply, a performance the side know they need to overhaul at the earliest. Elsewhere, Auckland Aces sit in fourth spot with the one defeat and two abandoned matches with their previous encounter against Otago Volts falling prey to lashing and lambasting widespread rainfall.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
The bygone clash played over here showed just how fine a wicket this is for the bats and today looks set to be the same with this as hard, brown and completely devoid a surface as any they get for the batsmen. The team winning the toss will be looking to step out and pile on a behemoth of a score, one which makes for an extremely abject viewing for the chasing side.
Probable Playing 11
Tim Seifert (WK), Dean Brownlie (C), Anton Devcich, Joe Carter, Brett Hampton, Daryl Mitchell, Daniel Flynn, Scott Kuggeleijn, Matt Fisher, Ish Sodhi, Verma
Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Glenn Phillips (WK), Mark Chapman, Craig Cachopa (C), Corey Anderson, Sean Solia, Ronnie Hira, William Somerville, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ben Lister
Super Smash 2019-20
Match: Northern Knights Vs Auckland Aces
Date And Time: 22nd December, Sunday- 11:40am IST
Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton
Where To Watch: FanCode
- Tim Seifert, Anton Devcich, Scott Kuggeleijn, Matt Fisher
- Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell McClenaghan
Top 4 Batting Order
- Tim Seifert, Dean Brownlie, Anton Devcich, Joe Carter
- Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman
- Tim Seifert, Anton Devcich
- Martin Guptill, Colin Munro
Death Overs Bowlers
- Scott Kuggeleijn, Matt Fisher
- Mitchell McClenaghan, Ben Lister
NK Vs AUK Dream11 Wicket-Keeper
After a stupendous knock in his side’s league opener, Glenn Philips once again reminded us of what he’s capable with the bat. And is role keeping wickets makes him an exceptional pick for the day, a player who is set to regale us in a slew of points given his dual nature as a player.
NK Vs AUK Dream11 Batsmen
He is accompanied by Martin Guptill for the outing along with Craig Cachopa, a duo capable sending any bowling packing to all parts of the park given their repertoire of expansive skill set to make for a daunting viewing. From Northern Knights meanwhile we have the one player be enshrined in our side for the forthcoming encounter with Joe Carter earning a place in our side after scoring 55 runs against Otago Volts.
NK Vs AUK Dream11 All-Rounders
And someone who allowed him to come out and play his shots was Brett Hampton with the 52 runs as the two stitched together a pleasing to the eye performance of 96 runs for the second wicket for their side. It was a ravishing and alluring display with the bat, one we see him emulating against a paper thin bowling setup.
With 4-32 with the ball in the same outing, Daryl Mitchell is also being brought in by us for this one alongside opener Daryl Mitchell while the singular pick of Mark Chapman will be our side’s pick from Auckland Aces for the impending outing.
NK Vs AUK Dream11 Bowling Order
With three wickets in the side’s bygone outing, Brett Randell is going to be our only selection from Northern Knights whilst the other side of the docket sees us move in for the two names. In Mitchell McLenaghan and Ben Lister, the side have two stoutheaded spearheads, players who are capable of moving in unison and complimenting each other to cramp side’s up for room and imbed in place a performance to win us over.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Devcich comes out to represent us as our captain for the day while Phillips is our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.