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WEL vs CD Dream11 Match Preview

Wellington Firebirds vs Central Districts Dream11: The Basin Reserve in Wellington will be welcoming the Central Districts for the 6th match of the competition.
This would be the first time the Basin Reserve will be hosting a game in this edition of Men's Super Smash. If we talk about the points table scenario, Wellington Firebirds with one win from one match are placed third on the points table, whereas, Central Districts are just one step ahead at the second spot with the same number of wins as their counterparts.
Here, we have come up with T20 Match prediction, team news, possible playing elevens and fantasy picks for WEL vs CD Dream11 prediction, today match prediction.

Basin Reserve, Wellington, 18th December at 08:40 AM IST


Head to Head (Last 5 games)

Wellington Firebirds won: 02
Central Districts won: 03
No result: 00


WEL vs CD Dream11 Team News

Central Districts News
They have announced a 13-man squad for this game. Blair Tickner is the only addition in the set-up.
Injuries/Unavailable: Doug Bracewell, Adam Milne, Bevan Small, Will Young.
Return: Blair Tickner
Possible combination: After an enormous win in the last game, no changes are expected to take place in the eleven.

Central Districts Playing 11- (Expected)
Christian Leopard, Willem Ludick, Ryan Watson, Seth Rance, Ben Wheeler, Dane Cleaver, Kieran Noema-Barnett, George Worker, Tom Bruce, Ajaz Patel, Josh Clarkson.

Wellington Firebirds News
They have released an unchanged squad for this game.
Injury: No injury concerns.
Probable combination: This would be the one last time when Jeetan Patel will be bracing the field.
No changes expected to take place in the eleven after a convincing win in their last game.
Devon Conway and Michael Pollard will open the innings followed by M Bracewell, Rachin Ravindra and James Neesham.
In the bowling unit, the impetus would be on Hamish Bennett, Logan van Beek and Jeetan Patel.
Wellington Firebirds Playing 11- (Expected)
Hamish Bennett, Jamie Gibson, Ollie Newton, James Neesham, Logan van Beek, Rachin Ravindra, Jeetan Patel, Michael Bracewell, Malcolm Nofal, Devon Conway, Michael Pollard


WEL vs CD Today match prediction Squads

WEL Squad
Michael Bracewell (c), Hamish Bennett, Fraser Colson, Devon Conway, Jamie Gibson, Jimmy Neesham, Ollie Newton, Malcolm Nofal, Jeetan Patel, Michael Pollard, Rachin Ravindra, Logan Van Beek

CD Squad
Tom Bruce (c), Jayden Lennox, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Christian Leopard, Willem Ludick, Josh Clarkson, Dane Cleaver, George Worker, Blair Tickner, Ryan Watson, Ben Wheeler, Ajaz Patel, Seth Rance.


WEL vs CD Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy Picks from Central Districts-

Players to watch-out:
Tom Bruce: 1501 runs from 64 innings at a strike rate of 147.01.
Kieran Noema-Barnett: 1496 runs from 102 innings at a strike rate of 137.62 and 41 wickets.
George Worker: 2479 runs from 103 innings at a strike-rate of 124.32 and 40 wickets.
Seth Rance: 84 wickets from 64 T20 matches.

Players to avoid:
Jayden Lennox

Fantasy Picks from Wellington Firebirds-

Players to watch-out:
James Neesham: 1531 runs from 88 innings in T20s at a strike rate of 137.80 and 106 wickets.
Michael Bracewell: 1421 runs from 63 innings in T20s at a strike-rate of 133.30 so far.
Michael Pollard: 1300 runs from 70 innings in T20s at a strike-rate of 124.52.
Jeetan Patel: 232 wickets from 223 matches so far in T20s.

Players to avoid:
Fraser Colson

Who will Win Today Match: We are backing Wellington Firebirds to win this contest.

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The Fantasy teams which we have provided here of WEL vs CD 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.