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We are finally down to the business end of the league stage in the Women's Super Smash and each match hereon can have a telling impact on the fate of the sides with respect to the qualifying scenarios. Wellington Blaze Women and Otago Sparks Women have already qualified for the next round and might not be as desperate to register wins as some of the other sides of the tournament.
Northern Districts, on the other hand, are in a position wherein they would need to win all of their remaining matches, putting all the focus on their next few matches. Up next in the competition, Northern Districts are set to take on Wellington Blaze in what looks like a rather mismatch from the birds view. The match is to be played on 16th January 2021 at Cobham Oval (New), Whangarei.
Unlike the men's edition of the competition, Northern Districts have so far been one of the worst-performing sides in the Women's Super Smash 2021 and their position on the points table reflects that. They have emerged successful only once out of seven times they have played in the tournament thus far. With just three more matches to go, Northern Districts have four points to their name and even three straight wins might not be enough for them to be through, given their terrible net run rate of -1.022.
Not only have they lost most of their matches, they have done so without putting in much of a fight. Their batting has completely misfired in the tournament and that is evident by the scores they have managed to put in their recent matches. One thing that might boost their confidence is that they posted their first win pretty recently, over Central Districts Women, and will be itching to get another win under their belt.
On paper, they certainly lack the experience that most of the other sides have and that has been the primary reason that they have failed to turn the close matches in their favor. They have a pretty young but talented side and if they would need to play out of their skins to challenge high-flying Wellington Blaze Women. If they can do that, they will certainly be in business.
Caitlin Gurrey, Brooke Halliday, Sam Barriball, Nensi Patel, Lucy Boucher, Makayla Templeton, Holly Topp, Emma Baker, Shriya Naidu, Charlotte R Sarsfield, Lauren Heaps.
With seven wins in seven matches, Wellington Blaze Women couldn't have hoped for a better run than they have so far had in the tournament. They are not only unbeaten, they have been pretty dominant in the tournament and that is reflected by their terrific net run rate of 2.296, which could still be of vital significance.
Even though the Blaze have already qualified for the playoffs, a win here can be of vital importance to them. A successful outing here will ensure a top of the table finish for them and that is exactly what they'll be aiming for. Besides, they would not want to lose the moment as we move closer to the knockout round.
Not only have the Blaze are an immaculately balanced side, they have been brilliant with their execution as well. Their experienced players in Amelia Kerr, Maddy Green, Jess Kerr, and Leigh Kasperek have contributed tremendously well with incredible consistency. The youngsters too have stepped up their game, complementing the seniors to perfection. Wellington Blaze Women have been in excellent touch and will be brimming with confidence. They would need to be wary of being complacent in this upcoming match and if they can take care of that, this should be a walk in the park for them.
Sophie Devine, Georgia Plimmer, Amelia Kerr, Maddy Green, Leigh Kasperek, Thamsyn Newton, Jessica McFadyen, Caitlin King, Xara Jetly, Rebecca Burns, Jess Kerr.
Although the surface is not going to change a lot over the course of the game, chasing would be a wee bit easier, unless the team batting first sets up an above par total. There will be some assistance for the quicker bowlers early in the day and both teams would want to take advantage of that. Also, knowing what to chase is always of huge advantage in the shortest format of the game. For those reasons, we expect the captain winning the toss to field first.
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We haven't seen too many high-scoring matches being played in the Women's Super Smash 2021 thus far and the primary reason for the low scores is that these are all morning matches when the seamers generally get plenty of assistance from the surface and the overhead conditions. We expect the same to be the case in this upcoming match as well and scoring runs would not be easy. Batting is expected to get easier with the progression of the day and both sides would know that. The team batting first would want to put a total of at least 150 runs on the board. Anything less than 130 would be the advantage for the team chasing.
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Although this match is being played between the two sides placed at the opposite ends of the ladder and appears to be a mismatch, both sides will be fancying their chances. Northern Districts have recently won their first match and will be eager to stage a comeback. Wellington Blaze Women, on the other hand, have been the best side of the tournament thus far and would want to keep it that way. Comparing the two sides on all accounts, Wellington Blaze Women appear to be ahead by quite some way. Clearly, a bet on the Blaze win should be the way to go in this upcoming contest.
One of the primary reasons for Wellington Blaze's flawless performance thus far is the batting by Amelia Kerr, who has been mighty impressive. It's even more surprising because she bats in the middle order. A bet on her to score at least a total of 21 runs seems to be a pretty good option.
Northern Districts have so far been terrible with the bat and one of the main reasons for that is the underperformance by their top-order. More often than not they have ended up with too many dismissals without many runs on the board. For Blaze, it has been exactly opposite. It is expected to go in the similar manner in the upcoming match as well and a bet on Wellington Blaze Women to have the highest total at the end of first six overs is a pretty safe punt with great returns.
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