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With many cricketing events taking place around this time of the year, this is perhaps the most popular time among cricket fans. Three intriguing test series coupled with a couple of T20 tournaments have made this holiday season even more exciting. Super Smash, New Zealand's premier domestic T20 competition, commenced a couple of days ago as Wellington Firebirds met Auckland Aces. The Auckland Aces didn't get off to a start they were after as Wellington won the match with considerable ease.
The Aces will have yet another opportunity to draw their first win when they take on Otago Volts in the upcoming Super Smash match. The match between Auckland and Otago is to be played at Molyneux Park, Alexandra, on 28th December 2020. Both sides are filled with young, talented players and a cracking contest is certainly on the cards.
Otago Volts did a decent job last year as they fell just a step short of the final. Coincidentally, they were defeated by Auckland Aces in that match and will now be looking to even the score. While the Volts do not have as good a history as the Aces, they have done pretty well over the years.
One player that the Volts will be counting on in the upcoming contest is Mitchell McClenaghan who was with the Aces last year. McLenaghan has the experience of playing all across the globe and is capable of picking wickets, regardless of the batsmen at the crease.
On paper, the Volts have a decent side, but the absence of Dean Foxtrot is certainly a setback for them. Apart from him, however, the Volts still have a pretty good set of players, including Nick Kelly, Hamish Rutherford, and Neil Broom. The trio has a decent experience behind them and could be a threat for the Aces' bowlers.
Mitchell Renwick, Hamish Rutherford, Dale Phillips, Nick Kelly, NT Broom, Llew Johnson, MJ Rippon, Anaru Kitchen, MJ Mcclenaghan, Jacob Duffy, Matthew Bacon.
Even though Auckland lost their opening match, they wouldn't be too disappointed with the way they played. Their batsmen looked settled even though none of them had played competitive cricket in the last few months. They looked a bit out of touch with the ball, but that is nothing they should worry about.
In the history of the tournament, the Aces have been the most successful team in Super Smash. They have won the title four times out of the eight times they have made it to the finale. Going by their stellar history, they'd want nothing less than a finale appearance this time around as well.
On paper, Auckland Aces have a team that is second to none. However, most of their specialist players are out on national duty, making them one of the most impacted teams by Pakistan's tour of New Zealand. Even without their stars, they have a decent set of players and could be a dangerous team to deal with in this upcoming match.
GD Phillips, Ben Horne, Robert O'Donnell, Graeme Beghin, William O'Donnell, Bradley Rodden, Sean Solia, Danru Ferns, Benjamin Lister, William Somerville, Olly Pringle.
While the two teams are almost matched on paper, the Aces have the benefit of having played a match already. Also, the Volts are without their key batsmen in Dean Foxtrot. Aces, on the other hand, did well in the first match with both bat and ball but ended up as the second-best side. They have historically been a better side and will be looking to maintain that supremacy. Betting on an Aces' win should be the way to go in the upcoming contest.
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