The second match of the Hallyburton Johnstone Shield 2020-21 will be played between Central District Women and Auckland Women’s at Puekera Park in New Plymouth.
The match is scheduled to start at 10:00 am local time (02:30 AM IST).
The Central District women and Auckland women will play their first match of the tournament on the first day of the competition when they take on each other on Saturday. Both these teams will be eyeing a win in this match, as it will give them a good start in terms of points and will increase their team’s pace as they progress in the tournament.
In this match, both these teams will be placed on a level ground in terms of their playing experience and match practice. Quite understandably, the players of these two teams want to assess the condition of the pitch as soon as possible and will then do their work around the match.
CH-W vs AH-W Weather Report for Match 2:
The weather in New Plymouth City will be good for a cricket match, as the sky is likely to be partly cloudy, with the probability of rain being just 2 per cent. The temperature is around 15 ° C.
The pitch at this venue is relatively unknown, as the last officially recorded match was played back in 1992. Therefore, not much can be said about the conditions that will prevail. However, if that match results in anything, then the chasing team will first place an upper hand over the batting team.
Average first innings score:
312 (Last match played at this venue)
Teams chasing record:
Won – 1, lost – 0, tied – 0 (last match played at this venue)
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CH-W vs AH-W Today’s possible playing XI:
Women of Central District:
Natalie Dodd, Enlo van Deventer, Carey Anne Tomlinson, Emily Cunningham, Hannah Rowe, Jess Watkin, Claudia Green, Melissa Hanson, Mikaela Grigg, Ashtuti Kumar, Georgia Cuckinson
Terial Lamb, Regina Lilly, Saatchi Shahri, Bella Armstrong, Molly Penfold, Sky Boden, Fran Jonas, Rose McNeill, Amy Hacker, Yaz Karim, Jessie Hemad
Sarah Carnachan, Jane Barnett
CH-W vs AH-W Top Picks for Today’s Dream 11 Match:
Bella Armstrong,In the final edition of the tournament, the highest wicket taker was the bowler. He took 24 wickets in 11 matches, maintaining an economy rate of 3.93 runs per over.
Alo van deventer In 9 matches played in the last season of the tournament, he performed well with the bat and scored 110 runs.
Natalie Dodd The previous edition of the tournament was in a bang where he scored 385 runs in 9 matches at an average of 48.12.
Hannah Rowe In this tournament, he wants to make his mark with both bat and ball and will repeat his numbers around the last minute. He took 11 wickets in the last season of the tournament and scored 228 runs in 9 matches.
Fran jonas The final version of the tournament yielded only 6 matches to play, but she made the best she could. He took 7 wickets and maintained an economy of 3.81 runs per over.
Selection of captain and vice-captain:
Captain Option – Bella Armstrong, Aloe van Deventer
Vice Captain Option – Hannah Rowe, Fran Jonas
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CH-W vs AH-W Dream 11 Suggested Playing XI No.1 for fantasy cricket:
keeper – Natalie Dodd
Batter – Regina Lilly, Enlo van Deventer, Carey-Anne Tomlinson
All-rounders – Hannah Rowe (VC), Jess Watkin, Bella Armstrong (C)
Bowler – Claudia Green, Melissa Hansen, Fran Jonas, Amy Hacker
CH-W vs AH-W Dream 11 Suggested playing XI No. 2 for fantasy cricket:
keeper – Natalie Dodd
Batter – Regina Lily Aloe van Deventer (C), Emily Cunningham
All-rounders Hannah Rowe, Bella Armstrong, Jess Watkin
Bowler – Georgia Atkinson, Melissa Hanson, Frank Jonas (VC), Rose McNeil
Since the players’ form is relatively unknown, it would make sense to spread their points evenly between each section.
Today’s CH-W vs. AH-W potential winner:
The women of the central district are predicted to win the game.