28 Oct 2020, Auckland is going to play against Central Districts at Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland. Here is Auckland vs Central Districts, Plunket Shield 2020-21, 5th Test Match Prediction. The 5th match of Plunket Shield will start at 09:30 PM GMT (Oct 20) / 10:30 AM LOCAL.

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AUC vs CD, Plunket Shield 2020-21 Match Prediction

Auckland vs Central Districts, Plunket Shield 2020-21, 5th Test Match Prediction

Auckland 42%
Central Districts 38%
The percentages are showing in between 80%. The rest of the 20% is for exceptional cases. The explanations are down below.

“Auckland” Can Be The Winner.

  1. Team Ranking:

    The 5th match of Plunket Shield 2020-21 will be happened between Auckland and Central Districts. Both Auckland and Central Districts is looking to keep up the positive starting in their 2nd match of this tournament. Currently, Auckland positioned in the top place while Central Districts positioned in the 3rd place of the tournament.

  2. Home Advantage:

    The match between Auckland vs Central Districts is going to play at Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland. This is the home ground of Auckland Aces. So, they will get the home advantage.

  3. Head To Head:

    If we see the last five matches between Auckland vs Central Districts in Plunket Shield, both teams have an equal record. Both teams won 2 matches each while the other match drawn.

  4. Current Form: 

    Both Auckland and Central Districts has won the first game of them.

  5. Field Condition:

    Eden Park Outer Oval is a very large ground and making boundary quite difficult here.

  6. Player Analysis:

    Batsmen Analytics

    Glenn Phillips of Auckland has an AVG 26.00 and SR 43.69. Another top batsman of Wellington – Colin Munro has an AVG 7.50 and SR 57.69.

    On the other hand, Ross Taylor of Central Districts has an AVG 42.86 and SR 89.78. Another top batsman of Central Districts Tom Bruce has an AVG 42.17 and SR 69.62.

    Bowlers Analytics

    Matt McEwan of Auckland has an AVG 26.79 and his Econ 3.10. Another top bowler of AucklandWilliam Somerville’s AVG 28.25 and his Econ 2.63.

    Seth Rance of Central Districts has an AVG 29.25 and his Econ 3.16. Another top bowler of CD Blair Tickner has an AVG 38.47 and Econ 3.70.

    Auckland Aces didn’t lose a Test at this venue. The bowling lineup of Aces is very strong. They have five all-rounders and six bowlers in their squad. Therefore, they can pose a big challenge to Central Districts.

  7. Point Table:

    Auckland has earned 18 points from the first game while CD has obtained 15 points.

  8. Pitch Support:

    Eden Park Outer Oval pitch usually helps the pacers. Spinners also gets some advantage.

However, things could be change in some terms like weather condition, or injury cases, mental health of players in a team, etc. But, these are exceptional cases at all.

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Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland.

AUC vs CD, Plunket Shield 2020-21, T20 Dream 11

Auckland Squad
Glenn Phillips, Ben Horne, Colin Munro, Craig Cachopa, Graeme Beghin, Robert O’Donnell, Sean Solia, Mark Chapman, Matt McEwan, Finn Allen, William Somerville, Benjamin Lister, Jamie Brown, Danru Ferns.
Central Districts Squad

Dane Cleaver, Bayley Wiggins, Ross Taylor, Greg Hay, Will Young, Ben Smith, Tom Bruce, Christian Leopard, Josh Clarkson, Doug Bracewell, George Worker, Brad Schmulian, Adam Milne, Ajaz Patel, Ben Wheeler, Seth Rance, Blair Tickner, Bevan Small, Ryan Watson, Ben Stoyanoff, Raymond Toole, Jayden Lennox, Stefan Hook.