WF vs CS Dream11 Cricket Prediction | 26th Match | Dream11 Women’s Super Smash T20 2021

WF vs CS Dream11 Cricket Prediction | 26th Match | Dream11 Women’s Super Smash T20 2021



Super Smash League has been pretty one sided this season with three teams comfortably three other teams and sealing their spot in the knockouts with 2-3 games remaining. Wellington and Central Districts the two teams in contention in this match assured of their place in the knockouts. Wellington are sitting pretty at the top and will look to seal the first place in the table so that they can directly go into the finals. Central Districts have an outside chance to top the table if they can beat Wellington and go ahead in the points table and NRR. We expect a cracking contest between two quality teams vying for a direct place in finals.

Wellington vs Central Districts Dream11 Cricket Preview

Devon Conway (50 runs) and Tom Blundell (62* runs) lead the chase for the Wellington last night against the Canterbury to win by 7 wickets. Finn Allen and Devon Conway feature among the top-10 run scorers for this season and have done the bulk of coring so far.

Hamish Bennett and Ben Sears lead the bowling charge with 5 wickets between themselves and combined figures of 8-0-66-5. Van Beek and Younghusband bowled economically and gave just 42 runs in their 7 overs. Their bowling unit has performed well as a unit with 3-4 bowlers maintaining the pressure on the opposition consistently.

WF vs CS cricket Dream11 Prediction

Central Districts put on a spirited fight in the 200-run chase despite losing 3 wickets inside the powerplay. Tom Bruce (52 runs), Will young (37 runs), and Doug Bracewell (32* runs) kept scoring runs despite the fall of wickets at the other end but finished with 182 runs in 20 overs to lose by 17 runs.

Bracewell, Blair Tickner, and Josh Clarkson picked up 2 wickets each in the match. Their bowlers were taken for a lot of runs as Ajaz patel, Clarkson, and Joey field gave runs at over 10 RPO to give 199 runs in their 20 overs cricket.

Wellington (WF) – Key Players

  • Devon Conway
  • Finn Allen
  • Michael Bracewell (c)
  • Ben Sears
  • Hamish Bennett

Central Districts (CS) – Key Players

  • George Worker
  • Will Young
  • Doug Bracewell
  • Josh Clarkson
  • Blair Tickner

WF vs CS – cricket Team Squad

Wellington (WF): Tom Blundell, Lauchie Johns, Michael Bracewell, Devon Conway, Andrew Fletcher, Jakob Bhula, Troy Johnson, Fraser Colson, Rachin Ravindra, Jimmy Neesham, Finn Allen, Jamie Gibson, Hamish Bennett, Logan Van Beek, Peter Younghusband, Ollie Newton, Michael Snedden, Iain Mcpeake, James Hartshorn, Ben Sears

Central Districts (CS): Dane Cleaver, Bayley Wiggins, Tom Bruce, Christian Leopard, Ben Smith, Greg Hay, George Worker, Doug Bracewell, Kieran Noema Barnett, Josh Clarkson, Brad Schmulian, Blair Tickner, Seth Rance, Ben Wheeler, Felix Murray, Ajaz Patel, Jayden Lennox, Raymond Toole, Joey Field.

WF vs CS – Probable cricket Playing 11


Devon Conway, Finn Allen, Rachin Ravindra, Tom Blundell (wk), Michael Bracewell (c), Jamie Gibson, Troy Johnson, Logan van Beek, Peter Younghusband, Ben Sears, Hamish Bennett

Central Districts:

George Worker, Dane Cleaver (wk), Will Young, Ross Taylor, Tom Bruce (c), Josh Clarkson, Doug Bracewell, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Joey Field, Ajaz Patel, Blair Tickner


The Central Districts have a strong batting lineup that was unable to get the job done against the Auckland Aces in the previous match. Over the course of the Super Smash, though, George Worker, Dane Cleaver, Will Young, Ross Taylor, and Tom Bruce have all done well for themselves.

This is a very good batting lineup with good form and plenty of power on its side.

We would love to something special from Ross Taylor as he gets closer to the business end of the tournament just for old times’ sake!

Dog Bracewell and Blair Tickner will lead the bowling attack with support from Ajaz Patel, Josh Clarkson, and Joey Fields.

There is a tendency for this bowling attack to be a bit expensive on occasions but as things stand, the batting has been able to compensate for it on more occasions than not.


An excellent all-round performance by the Wellington Firebirds in their previous match against Canterbury ensured that they got back to winning ways quickly. The batting was very effective as the likes of Devon Conway, Tom Blundell, and Troy Johnson got some runs.

Finn Allen and Michael Bracewell add a lot of batting power to the side and while they may not have scored in the recent match, they are both ins very good form as well.

Logan van Beek, Peter Younghusband, and Michael Bracewell were the stand out bowlers for the Firebirds in the previous match.

The Wellington Firebirds are a very strong team and have been in great form. It is going to be difficult to stop them from dominating once more in home conditions.


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