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The Auckland Aces and the Central Districts are right next to each other in the Super Smash 2021-22 standings at the moment. The Auckland Aces have won four out of the nine matches that they have played while the Central Districts have won three out of their nine. While the Central Districts cannot qualify for the playoffs anymore, the Auckland Aces have a chance if they win this game and Wellington loses its last one.
Match prediction and cricket betting tips for Auckland Aces vs Central Districts, Super Smash 2021-22. The match is going to be played at Eden Park, Auckland on the 22nd of January 2022.
The Auckland Aces were under pressure to win their previous match against Wellington Blaze. That may have put them in an excellent position to reach the playoffs. Now, there is no margin of error and unfortunately for the Aces, two losses in their previous two matches indicate that they are losing momentum at the worst time possible.
The batting lineup of the Aces has not been firing in the recent matches even after a slight rejigging of the lineup. The onus is going to be on Glenn Phillips to play the match-winning inning, however, George Worker and Mark Chapman are also excellent batsmen that could step up.
Lockie Ferguson is the standout bowler for the Aces and having him available for selection is always a huge plus. Will Somerville and Ben Lister are the other bowlers that could put the Aces in a position to win this match.
George Worker, Martin Guptill, Mark Chapman, Glenn Phillips, Robert O'Donnell, Wiliam O' Donnell, Sean Solia, William Somerville, Lockie Ferguson, Benjamin Lister, Adithya Ashok.
The Central Districts would be disappointed with their performances in Super Smash 2021-22. Just three wins this entire season and now they end their season without even a shot of being able to make it to the playoffs. On paper, the batting lineup of the Central Districts appears to be weaker than the Auckland Aces. They have Ben Smith, Dane Cleaver, and Doug Bracewell as their leading batsmen. None of them are in the same league as someone like Glenn Phillips in terms of power or just simple skill.
Bracewell, Rance, Tickner, and Patel are all likely to play this match. This gives the Central Districts a strong bowling lineup for sure. This is where they can try to attack the Auckland Aces and try to expose their fragile batting lineup.
Ben Smith, Will Young, Dane Cleaver, Tom Bruce, Josh Clarkson, Doug Bracewell, Adam Milne, Blair Tickner, Jayden Lennox, Seth Rance, Ajaz Patel.
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The conditions in Auckland are expected to be excellent for cricket. There is a very slight chance of rain and so we should hopefully have no interruptions. The surface at Eden Park has been terrific. It has offered up pace and bounce for the bowlers while the short boundaries and fast outfield help the batsmen.
Defending can be quite tricky at this venue.
We are going to bet on the Auckland Aces to win this match. They have more of an incentive to come out firing on all cylinders. That can sometimes backfire, though, and so that is a risk you have to assume. The Central Districts have lost four out of their previous five matches to the Aces and have just not been good enough this season in the Super Smash.
Bet on the Auckland Aces to win.
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