CTB vs NK dream11 fantasy cricket prediction – 11th Match | New Zealand ODD
There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best CTB vs NK dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss CTB vs NK 11th Match news, CTB vs NK playing 11, CTB vs NK fantasy cricket prediction, and dream11 Expert data. This League is called New Zealand ODD in dream11 leagues.
Canterbury vs Northern Districts 11th Match Schedule:
Canterbury vs Northern Districts, The 11th match will be played in Hagley Oval, Christchurch on 8 December 2020 at 3:30 AM.
CTB vs NK Dream11 prediction and Players stats
Wicket – Keeper Prediction:
Cam Fletcher (CTB) (4 down)
Fletcher is by far the safest keeper option for your fantasy teams and has been giving good points in every game. He looks in fine touch with the bat too. More than batting, he’s giving quite a few points by keeping.
Last 3 scores – DNB, 4, 40
Peter Bocock (NK) (5 down)
Bocock hasn’t looked good with the bat yet nor does he get to face too many deliveries as he comes at No.7 to bat. Can avoid him in your teams. Do try him in GL where you’re dropping Fletcher.
Last 3 games – DNP, 0, 7
Chad Bowes (CTB) (opener)
Bowes is in great touch and has been giving constant fantasy points in every game is high on confidence with the bat and can expect him to play well. A must pick for CTB vs NK dream11 SL teams.
Last 3 games – 19, 16, 110
Ken McClure (CTB) (1 down)
McClure has just played one game and scored a century. Couldn’t have asked for a better start from a player in a season. Risky to drop in SL but do try him in GL nonetheless.
Last 3 games – DNP, DNP, 107
Leo Carter (CTB) (2 down)
Carter is the skipper of this side and has been good with bat and given good starts but would look to convert them into bigger scores soon and lead from the front. Can avoid in SL but a good GL punt pick for CTB vs NK dream11 team.
Last 3 scores – DNB, 60, 22
Jack Boyle (CTB) (opener)
Boyle is probably one of those openers who’s giving a quick start but unable to play a long innings yet. Can leave out in SL.
Last 3 games – 41, 24, 13
Anton Devcich (NK) (3 down)
Devcich used to be in great form till a couple years back and is currently the skipper for the Northern Districts. He could bowl as well so can be a GL pick but generally could be avoided in your teams.
Last 3 games – 4, 40, 2
Dean Brownlie (NK) (1 down)
Brownlie looked in fine touch in the previous outing against the very same side and bats well in the domestic circuit. Can try in CTB vs NK dream11 GL.
Last 3 games – 0, 2, 53
Katene Clark (NK) (opener)
One of the highest selected players, Clark is in good form and has been opening well for his side. Risky to drop in SL. Looked in good touch and is an important pick looking at the selection percentage.
Last 3 games – 63, 42, 3
Jeet Raval (NK) (opener)
Raval’s one of the finest players in the domestic circuit has consistently proved his worth with the bat over the years. He’s yet to go big. He has scored twice in 40s and is looking for a half-century very soon.
Last 3 games – 43, 13, 45
Todd Astle (CTB) (3 down and 10 overs)
Astle is one of the most important and crucial picks for your team and is the safest pick to choose from. Must pick in your side.
Last 3 games – DNB, 83r 1w, 9r 2w
Brett Hampton (NK) (4 down and 7 overs)
Hampton is the best all-rounder for this team and has been notching up runs as well as been good with the ball. Another crucial pick for CTB vs NK dream11 team.
Last 3 games – 1w, 32r 1w, 53r 0w
Brett Randall (NK) (10 overs)
Randell has given more than 55 points in each of the three games and looks in great form with the ball and one of the consistent wicket takers. Must pick for your team.
Last 3 games – 5w, 2w, 2w
Sean Davey (CTB) (10 overs)
Davey is another very important pick and has been doing well with the ball. Very risky to drop in CTB vs NK dream11 team, so do keep him.
Last 3 games – 6w, 0w, 2w
Will Williams (CTB) (10 overs)
Williams has been in the dream team in all three games and it would be difficult to create a team leaving him out in his current form.
Last 3 games – 0w, 3w, 3w
Ed Nuttall (CTB) (10 overs)
Nuttall also has been in the dream team in all 3 games and is looking in fine touch with the ball and has made it difficult for the batsmen to hit him easily. An important pick for GL in today match.
Last 3 games – 1w, 2w, 3w
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Jacob Gibson (NK) (10 overs)
Gibson has played two games and gotten almost 90 points in both those games. Been playing superbly and not many have selected him due to the abundance of options in the bowling department. Do try him out in GL teams.
Last 3 games – DNP, 3w, 3w
Anurag Verma (NK) (10 overs)
Verma has also been a great pick amongst the bowlers and it’s surely difficult to choose between all these in form bowlers. He has also been in the dream team in both games he’s played in. Try him in CTB vs NK dream11 GL.
Last 3 games – 2w, DNP, 13r 2w
Matt Henry (CTB) (10 overs)
Henry has been great for the Kiwis and will gather all his experience to perform well in the domestic arena as well. Though too many options already, his experience cannot be overseen.
Last 3 games – DNP, 3w, 21r 0w
Canterbury vs Northern Districts Dream11 Small League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Todd Astle is the safest choice for Captaincy in this game. Brett Hampton, Karten Clark, Jeet Raval, and Brett Randall are all good VC choices for CTB vs NK dream11 Small league.
CTB vs NK Dream11 Grand League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Other than the options given above, Will Williams, Ed Nuttall, Chad Bowes and Leo Carter are all risky but good C/VC choices for GL teams in today match
CTB vs NK Dream11 Team for Small Leagues:
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