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After a short gap of four months, the play resumes in Plunkett Shield, New Zealand's domestic red-ball format. While Canterbury Kings seem to be running away at the top, there is strong competition in the middle part of the points table. Placed at the second and third spot on the points table, Auckland Aces and Northern Knights are set to take on each other on 11th March at Cobham Oval (New), Whangarei.
Northern Knights have arguably one of the best-looking sides in the tournament with international stars available right through their lineup. However, more often than not, those stars are not available to play for them and that pushes the Knights a little further back.
They still do not have their full-strength team available but are still doing pretty well in this tournament. With two wins in four matches, they are placed at the second spot on the ladder and will be looking to consolidate their position here with a win in the upcoming contest.
On paper, the Knights have a decent contingent of New Zealand test players, who all are capable of contributing well. Besides them, Joe Clarke is in terrific form and will need to put his hand up once again. In the bowling department as well, the likes of Scott Kuggeleijn and Matthew Fisher add depth to their team. If they manage to perform to their potential, beating them is going to be very difficult.
Jeet Raval, Henry Cooper, Tim Seifert, Joe Carter, BJ Watling, Scott Kuggeleijn, Brett Hampton, Ish Sodhi, Neil Wagner, Joe Walker, James Baker.
Auckland Aces had a dismal run in the Super Smash and they will be looking to turn things around in the longer version of the game. They are currently in a solid position, sitting at the third spot with 41 points to their name and a win here could very well take them to the second spot and that is exactly what they'll be aiming for.
The Aces were far from their best in the last match that they played, but would be pretty happy as they managed to salvage a draw in that match. Mark Chapman, Glenn Phillips, and Graeme Beghin were the ones who kept Aces' ship afloat. With the ball, however, Kyle Jamieson was the lone warrior who picked up five important wickets.
Going into the next match, the Aces have a decent side, at least on paper. Their execution has been a little off this season and if they can get that right, beating them is going to be extremely difficult.
Sean Solia, Robert O'Donnell, GD Phillips, Mark Chapman, William Somerville, Danru Ferns, Olly Pringle, William O'Donnell, Ross Ter Braak, Ben Horne, Louis Delport.
Both sides are almost neck and neck on the points table and picking the two sides on the basis of form is extremely difficult. While Auckland Aces did well to salvage a draw in the last match, the form of their bowlers is a huge concern. On the other hand, the Knights seem to be doing pretty well in both departments of the game. For that reason, betting on a Knights' win here should be the way to go.
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