CS vs WF Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury Updates For Match 21 of Super Smash 2021/22

Super Smash 2021/22, Match 21: CS vs WF Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury Update

Central Stags will badly miss their key players Dean Cleaver and Greg Hay for this match.

Tom Bruce
Tom Bruce. (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)


Central Stags will go head-to-head against Wellington Firebirds in the 21st match of the Super Smash 2021/22 on Saturday. Central Stags made a good start into this tournament with two big wins over Otago Volts and Wellington Firebirds. However, they lost their plot later on and managed to win only one of their next 4 matches. It’s a significant match considering the position they are in this tournament. With 3 wins and 4 losses, they are at the fourth spot in the standings with 12 points.

Wellington Firebirds, on the other hand, are back in business with two consecutive wins over Otago Volts. They pulled their socks up and performed beyond the expectations in the last couple of matches. With 3 wins and 3 losses, they are at the third spot in the standings with 12 points.

Match Details:

Central Stags vs Wellington Firebirds, Match 21

Venue: Pukekura Park, New Plymouth

Date & Time: January 8th at 6:10 AM IST and 1:40 PM Local Time

Live Streaming: Fancode

Pitch Report:

The wicket here at Pukekura Park is hard to predict at times. Over 430 runs have been scored in the last match played here. It’s quite difficult to defend the targets here and hence bowling first is a better option.

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Probable Playing XIs for CS vs WF:

Central Stags

Ben Smith, Ma’ara Ave, Tom Bruce (c), Jayden Lennox / Mason Hughes, Josh Clarkson, Doug Bracewell, Joey Field, Ajaz Patel, Seth Rance, Blair Tickner, Bayley Wiggins

Wellington Firebirds

Finn Allen (wk), Tim Robinson, Michael Bracewell (c), Troy Johnson, Ben Sears / Ollie Newton, Jimmy Neesham, Jamie Gibson, Nathan Smith, Peter Younghusband, Logan Van Beek, Hamish Bennett

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Top Picks for CS vs WF Dream11 Match:

Top Picks – Central Stags

Tom Bruce played his best knock of the tournament in the last match against Canterbury Kings, where he belted 93* runs from just 36 balls. Overall in this tournament, he has accumulated 215 runs in 7 matches and has also picked up 3 wickets.

Doug Bracewell is a useful all-rounder in any form of the game. He has scalped 8 wickets in 6 matches in this tournament and has also scored 50 runs with the bat.

Top Picks – Wellington Firebirds

Finn Allen played an aggressive knock in the last match against Otago Volts where he struck 68 runs from just 32 balls. Overall, in this tournament, he has scored 177 runs at a strike rate of 203.44.

Michael Bracewell is leading from the front for Firebirds in this tournament. In 5 matches, he has scored 124 runs at an average of 41.33 and also picked up 5 wickets.

CS vs WF Must Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Player  Statistics (This Tournament) Dream11 Points
Tom Bruce 215 runs and 3 wickets 460
Doug Bracewell 8 wickets and 50 runs 314
Finn Allen 177 runs 333
Michael Bracewell 124 runs and 5 wickets 369
Tim Robinson 131 runs 207

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for CS vs WF Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Finn Allen (c), Bayley Wiggins, Michael Bracewell (vc), Tom Bruce, Troy Johnson, Doug Bracewell, Jimmy Neesham, Tim Robinson, Seth Rance, Blair Tickner, Nathan Smith

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for CS vs WF Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Finn Allen, Bayley Wiggins, Michael Bracewell, Tom Bruce (c), Troy Johnson (vc), Doug Bracewell, Jimmy Neesham, Logan Van Beek, Seth Rance, Hamish Bennett, Ben Sears

Today’s CS vs WF Probable Winners:

Wellington Firebirds are expected to win this match.

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Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.