13 Dec 2020, Central Districts is going to play against Canterbury at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. Here is Central Districts vs Canterbury, Ford Trophy 2020-21, 13th ODI Match Prediction. The 13th match of Ford Trophy will start at 10:00 PM GMT (Dec 12) / 11:00 AM LOCAL.

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Central Districts

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CD vs CAN, Ford Trophy 2020-21 Match Prediction

Central Districts vs Canterbury, Ford Trophy 2020-21, 13th ODI Match Prediction

Central Districts 36%
Canterbury 44%
The percentages are showing in between 80%. The rest of the 20% is for exceptional cases. The explanations are down below.

“Canterbury” Can Be The Winner.

  1. Team Ranking:

    Central Districts and Canterbury will lock horn in the 13th match of Ford Trophy 2020-21. Currently, CD is placed in the bottom position while Canterbury placed in the top position of this competition.

  2. Home Advantage:

    The match between Central Districts vs Canterbury is going to play at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. This is the home ground of Central Districts. So, they will get the home advantage.

  3. Head To Head:

    Canterbury won 2 times while Central Districts won a single time in the last 3 head to head encounters between them.

  4. Current Form:

    CD has still yet to win a game in this competition. They’ve lost 4 games and another match abandoned due to rain. Canterbury won 3 out of 4 matches so far.

  5. Field Condition:

    Pukekura Park is a short-sized field and good to score.

  6. Player Analysis:

    Batsmen Analytics

    Tom Bruce of Central Districts has an AVG 40.80 and SR 69.23. Another top batsman of Central Districts – Josh Clarkson has an AVG 21.66 and SR 101.56.

    On the other hand, Leo Carter of Canterbury has an AVG 32.77 and SR 49.31. Another top batsman of Canterbury – Jack Boyle has an AVG 19.13 and SR 37.88.

    Bowlers Analytics

    Liam Dudding of Central Districts has an AVG 37.45 and Econ 4.12. Another top bowler of Central Districts – Seth Rance’s AVG 28.41 and Econ 3.15.

    Hence, Matt Henry of Canterbury has an AVG 26.49 and Econ 5.41. Another top bowler of Canterbury – Van Woerkom’s AVG 36.43 and Econ 3.02.

    Basically, there’s no comparison between the two teams. Canterbury is much ahead in terms of strength and overall squad depth than Central Districts.

  7. Point Table:

    Central Districts earned 2 points from 4 matches and NRR -0.440. Canterbury obtained 14 points from 4 matches and NRR +1.755.

  8. Pitch Support:

    The Ford Trophy pitch in Pukekura Park is definitely a good one to bat on, but there might be something in it for the bowlers, especially at the start of the innings. Batsmen will need time to get their eye in before going for their big shots.

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: Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North.

CD vs WEL, Ford Trophy 2020-21, ODI Dream 11

Central Districts Squad

George Worker, Bayley Wiggins (wk), Ben Smith, Tom Bruce (c), BD Schmulian, ­ Josh Clarkson, Willem Ludick, Joseph Field, Liam Dudding, Seth Rance, Jayden Lennox.

Wellington Squad

Andrew Fletcher, Jakob Bhula, Troy Johnson, Michael Bracewell (c), Fraser Colson, Jamie Gibson, Lauchie Johns (wk), Peter Younghusband, Brett Johnson, Iain Mcpeake, James Hartshorn.