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OTG vs CTB Dream11 Match Preview

Otago Volts vs Canterbury Kings Dream11: It's a doubleheader on Monday in the Men's Super Smash. The first game of the day will be played between Otago Volts and Canterbury Kings, and this fixture will be followed by a clash between Auckland Aces and Wellington Firebirds.
The Volts have been really impressive so far as they hold the table-top spot on the points table with 3 wins, 1 loss and 1 no result game out of 5.
Meanwhile, Canterbury Kings are looking stability as they have only managed a single win from 3 matches and are placed fifth on the points table.
Here, we have come up with match prediction, team news, possible playing elevens and fantasy picks for OTG vs CTB Dream11 prediction, today match prediction.

Molyneux Park, Alexandra, 30th December at 08:30 AM IST


Last result at this venue

29th Dec 2019: Northern Knights 179/8 (20 Overs) were beaten by Otago Volts 185/4 (20 Overs) by 6 wickets.


Head to Head (Last 5 games)

Otago Volts won: 01
Canterbury Kings won: 04
No result: 00


OTG vs CTB Dream11 Team News

Canterbury Kings News
An unchanged 12-man squad has been released by the team management.
Injuries/Unavailable: No injury updates
Possible combination:
Sean Davey is once again expected to be benched.
Chad Bowes and Jack Boyle will open the innings followed by S Murdoch, Cole McConchie and Cam Fletcher.
In the bowling department, Ed Nutall, Henry Shipley and Will Williams would be prominent.
Canterbury Kings Playing 11- (Expected).
Andrew Ellis, Chad Bowes, Henry Shipley, Cole McConchie, Cam Fletcher, Will Williams, Ed Nuttall, Blake Coburn, Leo Carter, Stephen Murdoch, Jack Boyle.

Otago Volts News
The Otago Volts have also announced an unchanged 13-member squad for this fixture.
Injury: No injury updates
Probable changes: Dale Phillip could replace Michael Rae in the eleven as the latter didn't finish his quota of 4 overs in the last game.
No other changes in the eleven are expected to take place.
Otago Volts Playing 11- (Expected)
Jacob Duffy, Nick Kelly, Hamish Rutherford, Dean Foxcroft, Nathan G Smith, Anaru Kitchen, Josh Finnie, Michael Rippon, Neil Broom, Max Chu, Michael Rae/Dale Phillip


OTG vs CTB Today match prediction Squads

OTG Squad
Jacob Duffy (c), Max Chu, Nathan G Smith, Neil Broom, Michael Rae, Anaru Kitchen, Michael Rippon, Dean Foxcroft, Dale Phillips, Nick Kelly, Travis Muller, Hamish Rutherford, Josh Finnie.

CTB Squad
Cole McConchie (c), Blake Coburn, Steve Murdoch, Leo Carter, Sean Davey, Andrew Ellis, Cam Fletcher, Ed Nuttall, Henry Shipley, Chad Bowes, Jack Boyle, Will Williams.


OTG vs CTB Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy Picks from Canterbury Kings-

Best from the tournament so far:
Chad Bowes: 68 runs from 3 innings so far at a strike-rate of 144.68.
Jack Boyle: 84 runs from 3 innings so far at a strike-rate of 129.23.
B Copburn: 4 wickets from 3 matches so far.
Cole McConchie: 49 runs from 2 innings and 3 wickets so far.

Players to avoid:
L Carter, Will Williams, Sean Davey

Fantasy Picks from Otago Volts-

Best from the tournament so far:
Neil Broom: 234 runs from 5 innings so far at a strike-rate of 145.34.
Nick Kelly: 195 runs from 5 innings so far at a strike-rate of 136.36.
Nathan Smith: 9 wickets from 5 matches so far.
Hamish Rutherford: 121 runs from 5 innings striking at 205.08.

Players to avoid:
Michael Rae, D Phillipe

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The Fantasy teams which we have provided here of OTG vs CTB Dream11 are to the best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.