- Match: Auckland Aces vs Central Stags
- Date- 22nd January 2022
- Match Format- T20
- Venue- Eden Park, Auckland
- Time- 06:10 AM IST
- Weather Forecast- Partly Cloudy 18-25 °C
AA vs CS, 28th Match, General Online Betting Odds
Auckland Aces- 1.66
Central Stags- 2.20
AA vs CS Betting Odds Comparison
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AA vs CS Today Match Prediction, 28th Match, 22nd January
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After a shaky start to their campaign, Auckland Aces bounced back in the tournament with three back-to-back wins in a row. But again they have lost track mid-tournament as they faced defeat in both of their past fixtures. They are currently placed in the 4th spot on the points table with 16 points and have won four out of nine games they played.
They faced Wellington in their previous match where after electing to bat first Auckland posted a total of 121 Runs on board. Glenn Phillips was their highest scorer with 39 runs off 31 balls. In return, a half-century from Wellington captain, Michael Bracewell sealed the win for them. The Aces bowling performance was mediocre as they gave away plenty of runs.
Lockie Ferguson and William Somerville accounted for a single scalp each for Aces. Aces are in a similar position as earlier they made a solid comeback after losing their first two games and winning the next three in a row. They are in desperate need to win this won to push them up on the points table.
Top Batsmen for Auckland Aces-
- Mark Chapman- 154 Runs in 6 Matches, 122.19 Strike Rate
- Martin Guptill- 135 Runs in 5 Matches, 125.00 Strike Rate
Top Bowlers for Auckland Aces-
- Lockie Ferguson– 12 Wickets in 7 Matches, 7.16 Economy
- Ben Lister– 9 Wickets in 7 Matches, 6.52 Economy
The Stags are on the same boat as the Aces as after a good start to their campaign with two consecutive wins, the Central Stags have seen a downfall in their performance with four losses in a row. They have won three out of nine matches and are currently in the 5th spot in the points table with 12 points.
They lost in their last encounter against Auckland by 4 wickets. Batting first against Auckland the opening duo, Bayley Wiggins and Greg Hay provided a good start to their side and Dane Cleaver added 42 runs on board. They posted a total of 168 runs for Auckland to chase. In return, we saw an enthralling performance from Martin Guptill as the Stags bowlers failed to restrict him.
Blair Tickner took three scalps but proved to be quite expensive with an economy rate of 10.00. Central Stags had a disappointing last season as they finished last and won only one-two match out of 10 games. But they need to play with a revised strategy against Auckland this time to emerge on top of them.
The Stags are a strong side on paper boasting some big names like Dane Cleaver, Josh Clarkson, and Greg Hay but their execution on the field has turned out to be poor.
- Dane Cleaver- 217 Runs in 5 Matches, 175 Strike rate
- Josh Clarkson- 100 Runs in 4 Matches, 208.33 Strike Rate
Top Bowlers for Central Stags-
- Seth Rance– 10 Wickets in 5 Matches, 7.81 Economy
- Doug Bracewell- 6 Wickets in 4 Matches, 7.66 Economy
STATS – T20 Domestic
|Matches won batting first||1|
|Matches won bowling first||4|
|Average 1st Inns scores||155|
|Average 2nd Inns scores||145|
|Highest total recorded||Auckland 174/7|
|Lowest total recorded||Otago 130/10|
The weather is expected to be mostly cloudy in Auckland during the course of this match while the chances of rain are very low. The temperature will hover around 18-25 °C
- Precipitation: 4%
- Humidity: 66%
- Wind: 23 km/h
The pitch at Eden Park is a balanced one. The new ball comes nicely onto the bat and expect the batters to play their strokes freely right from the start of their innings. The bowlers need to be accurate with their line and lengths while bowling on this surface. Chasing would be a good option for the team winning the toss as most games have been won bowling first at this venue.
AA vs CS, Match 28, Today Match Prediction, Playing 11
Auckland Aces Playing 11-
George Worker, Glenn Phillips, Sean Solia, Mark Chapman, Graeme Beghin, Robert O’Donnell (c), Ben Horne (wk), William Somerville, Lockie Ferguson, Adithya Ashok, Ben Lister
Wicketkeeper- Ben Horne
Batsmen- George Worker, Glenn Phillips, Robert O’Donnell, Mark Chapman, Graeme Beghin
All-rounder- Sean Solia
Bowlers- William Somerville, Lockie Ferguson, Adithya Ashok, Ben Lister
Central Stags Playing 11-
Tom Bruce (C), Greg Hay, Dane Cleaver (WK), Bayley Wiggins, Christian Leopard, Josh Clarkson, Doug Bracewell, Ben Wheeler, Jayden Lennox, Blair Tickner, Seth Rance.
Wicketkeeper- Dane Cleaver
Batsmen- Tom Bruce, Greg Hay, Christian Leopard, Bayley Wiggins
All-Rounder- Josh Clarkson, Doug Bracewell
Bowlers- Ben Wheeler, Jayden Lennox, Blair Tickner, Seth Rance
AA vs CS, 28th Match, Who will win the match, Today Match Prediction
Auckland Aces are expected to win against Central Stags.
The Aces already boast a strong batting unit on paper and have been lately executing that on-field apart from some past games. The bowlers are also looking in excellent touch with the ball and are making it a difficult task for opposition batters to score runs.
On the other hand, the Stags need to work on their batting unit which was completely exposed in the last match against the Braves. Their key strength is their bowling unit led by Seth Rance who seems to be missing his natural touch as he failed to pick a single wicket in the last match against the Braves.
Popular Betting Odds for AA vs CS, Match 28, Today Match Prediction, Cricket Betting Tips
Top Batsman for Auckland Aces- Glenn Phillips (4.33)
Despite getting out for a duck in the last match against Otago, Phillips hammered a half-century in the previous encounter against Canterbury. Though he has played just three games so far he has a strike rate close to 163. He is a risky pick here in this contest but if he plays in this match he will be looking to score big and can provide you with decent returns.
Top Batsman for Central Stags- Dane Cleaver (3.75)
Dane Cleaver is the leading run-scorer in the tournament and the main player for Central Stags to rely upon. So far in the tournament, he has amassed 282 runs in 6 matches with a strike rate of 169.87. He took his team to a respectable total against Auckland scoring 42 runs off 27 balls while repeating the same feat in the last match against the Braves scoring 65 Runs off 42 balls. Cleaver is certainly a player that cannot be missed.
Top Bowler for Auckland Aces- Lockie Ferguson (3.00)
Ferguson has been consistent for the Aces taking wickets in every game possible. He has bagged 12 wickets in 7 games so far. He becomes a must-pick here for his wicket-taking ability in the shorter format. Lockie picked two scalps in the last match against Otago while repeating the same count in the last encounter against Canterbury. He comes as a handy batter done the order as well and has amassed 54 Runs with a strike rate of 135.
Top Bowler for Central Stags- Seth Rance (4.00)
Rance is the leading wicket-taker for the Stags right now and is in excellent form. He has ten scalps to his name in six games. However, he failed to deliver in the last game and couldn’t increase his wicket count. He will be looking to contribute a bit with the bat as well. Having age on his side the 34-year-old brings experience to his team and is expected to pick one or two scalps for a comeback.
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