WF vs OV Live Score, Super-Smash T20 Live Score, WF vs OV Live Score Updates, WF vs OV Playing XI’s

WF vs OV Live Score, In the Match of  Super-Smash T20 2021, which will be played at  Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North.. WF vs OV Live Score, Match between Otago Volts vs Wellington Firebirds Live on January 6th, 2021 Live Cricket Score & Live Streaming.

WF vs OV Live Score, OV vs WF Live Score Updates

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Live streaming: Livestream of the tournament will also be available on Fox Sports, SuperSport, Willow TV, and Willow HD

Match Detail

Match:                         WF vs OV
Date:                            January 6th,  2021
Time:                            7:10 AM IST

Venue:                        John Davies Oval, Queenstown.


Match Preview

Otago Volts will square off with Wellington Firebirds in the 15th match of the Super Smash T20 2021/22 on Tuesday. Otago Volts are not at their usual best in this tournament. They have lost two back-to-back matches against Canterbury and Central Stags. They conceded 170 plus runs in the last two matches and fell short of the target by a way to margin. They sit at the 5th spot in the standings with 6 points.

Wellington Firebirds, on the other hand, too are going through a rough patch in this tournament. They are out of focus at the moment as they lost 3 back-to-back matches on the trot. With only one win to their name, they are placed at the bottom of the standings with 4 points.

WF vs OV Squads

Otago Volts Squad:

Hamish Rutherford(C), Josh Tasman-Jones, Neil Broom, Nick Kelly, Anaru Kitchen, Llew Johnson, Michael Rippon, Max Chu(WK), Angus McKenzie, Jacob Duffy, Matthew Bacon, Beckham Wheeler-Greenall, Jarrod Mckay, Dale Phillips, Mitch Renwick(WK), Josh Finnie, Jacob Gibson, Travis Muller, Michael Rae

Wellington Firebirds Squad:

Finn Allen(WK), Luke Georgeson, Jakob Bhula, Troy Johnson, Michael Bracewell, Jamie Gibson, Nathan Smith, Logan van Beek, Peter Younghusband, Ben Sears, Hamish Bennett(C), Callum McLachlan, Rachin Ravindra, Devon Conway(WK), Ian McPeake, Tom Blundell(WK), Nick Greenwood, Jimmy Neesham, Tim Robinson, Michael Snedden, Ollie Newton

OV vs WF Predicted XIs

Otago Volts:

Hamish Rutherford (c), Josh Tasman Jones, Neil Broom, Nick Kelly, Anaru Kitchen, Llew Johnson, Michael Rippon, Max Chu (wk), Angus Mckenzie, Jacob Duffy, Matthew Bacon

Wellington Firebirds:

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

Weather Report & Pitch Condition

The temperature is expected to hover around 17°C on the matchday with 65 % humidity and 14 km/hr wind speed. There are a few chances of precipitation during the game.

The Hamilton surface provides an impartial wicket where both the departments are anticipated to receive an almost equal amount of help from the pitch. Spinners can come lethal in the middle overs once again here. Pacers will get initial help considering the grass surface present.

WF vs OV Lineup

Otago Volts

  • Mitch Renwick
  • Max Chu
  • Neil Broom
  • Hamish Rutherford
  • Nick Kelly
  • Dale Phillips
  • Michael Rippon
  • Anaru Kitchen
  • Angus McKenzie
  • Josh Finnie
  • Matthew Bacon
  • Jacob Duffy
  • Michael Rae
  • Travis Muller
  • Jarrod McKay
  • Jacob Gibson
  • Llew Johnson

Wellington Firebirds

  • Devon Conway
  • Tom Blundell
  • Michael Bracewell
  • Finn Allen
  • Jakob Bhula
  • Troy Johnson
  • Callum McLachlan
  • Jimmy Neesham
  • Logan van Beek
  • Rachin Ravindra
  • Jamie Gibson
  • Luke Georgeson
  • Peter Younghusband
  • Michael Snedden
  • Hamish Bennett
  • Ian McPeake
  • Ben Sears
  • Nathan Smith
  • Ollie Newton
  • Tim Robinson

Suggested Playing XI for OV vs WF Dream11 Fantasy Cricket

Keeper – Finn Allen

Batters – Neil Broom (vc), Hamish Rutherford, Troy Johnson, Josh Finnie

All-rounders – Michael Rippon, Anaru Kitchen (c)

Bowlers – Jacob Duffy, Peter Younghusband, Matthew Bacon, Nathan Smith

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