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|Anlo Van Deventer||18||28||1||0||64.29|
|Charlotte R Sarsfield||8.0||0||27||1||3.38|
The Central Hinds has seen an uptick in form in recent Hallyburton Johnstone ODI Shield matches and so it would be quite confident heading into this match against Northern Districts. The Northern Districts have also won two of their previous three matches with a big margin and so they are in good form too.
Central Hinds vs Northern Districts Hallyburton Johnstone ODI Shield 2021 is going to be played at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth on the 13th of March 2021.
The batting lineup for the Central Hinds is significantly weaker than some of the other teams we have seen in this competition. They have just three players who have scored over 100 runs in total. NC Dodd is the best of them with 248 runs to her name with 108 not out being her best score.
JM Watkin also has 236 runs and has two fifty-plus scores as well to her name. HM Rowe also managed to get 66 in just her second game of the competition. The batting seems to be improving but it still has some ways to go before we can consider it reliably strong.
JM Watkin is also the highest wicket-taker for the Central Hinds with 14 scalps to her name. G Atkinson, MS Rees, and MJ Hansen round out the rest of the bowling attack.
Emily Cunningham, Jess Watkin, Anlo Van Deventer, Kerry-Anne Tomlinson, Mikaela Greig, Kate Gaging, Georgia Atkinson, Rosemary Mair, Claudia Green, Monique Rees, Melissa Hansen.
The Northern Districts is a much stronger batting team than Central Hinds. There are six batters in the squad with more than 150 runs to their names including five who have more than 200! This means that the team is not dependent on any single batter and has a lot of depth to fall back upon.
BM Halliday, EAJ Richardson, and CA Gurrey are the three batters that we rate the highest in this lineup.
Richardson is also the highest wicket-taker of the team with 16 in her tally so far. The rest of the bowling falls away a bit and that is one of the weaknesses of this Northern Districts team.
Caitlin Gurrey, Brooke Halliday, Kate Anderson, Lucy Boucher, Felicity Leydon-Davis, Eimear Richardson, Olivia Lobb, Makayla Templeton, Nensi Patel, Shriya Naidu, Charlotte R Sarsfield.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first. That has been the norm in the tournament so far.
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The conditions in New Plymouth are going to be very good for cricket and there is no rain expected. The pitch is going to be flat and pretty good for batting. There may be some swing on offer with the new ball but is not entirely unexpected in a place like New Zealand.
A score of around 230-240 should be seen as par batting first.
We are going to stick with the stronger batting lineup in this contest because we think that is where this game is going to be won.
Bet on the Northern Districts to win.
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