WEL vs CD Dream11 Prediction, Ford Trophy 2019, Match 11: Preview, Fantasy Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Weather Conditions

WEL vs CD Dream11 Prediction, Ford Trophy 2019, Match 11: Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Team and Weather Conditions


WEL vs CD Dream11 Prediction: Match 11 of the Ford Trophy pits Wellington against Central Districts in one of the most awaited clashes of the season on Wednesday. The defending champion, Wellington, has started off well with two wins in three games so far. Their opponents, Central Districts are at the bottom of the table with no wins to their credit. Although CD has a decent squad in position, the likes of Tom Bruce and George Worker haven’t exactly stepped up in the crucial junctures. Against an in-form Wellington outfit, Central Districts will find it tough as they enter this game as the clear underdogs in Lincoln

Match Details

Wellington vs Central Districts, Match 11
November 27th, 3:30 AM IST
Lincoln No.3, Lincoln

Pitch Report

A high-scoring pitch awaits the two sides with scores of over 300 being a common sight at this venue. While there is extra pace and swing on offer in the early stages of an innings, batsmen will be key on this surface with chasing being the preferred option upon winning the toss on Wednesday.

Weather Report

The weather is clear for this game with a few clouds expected to make an appearance as well. With the temperature hovering around 15 degrees Celsius, the weather is perfect for a good game of cricket.


No injuries are reported from either side

Probable Playing XI


After a brilliant win over Auckland, Wellington shouldn’t be altering a winning combination. Rachin Ravindra and Andrew Fletcher were in top form as they put on a century stand with the likes of Michael Bracewell and Nofal chipping in the end. Their bowling unit is their stronger suit with the experience of Jeetan Patel being crucial. Logan van Beek is one to watch out for with the Derbyshire pacer being handy with the bat as well.

Andrew Fletcher, Rachin Ravindra, Devon Conway, Michael Bracewell, James Neesham, Malcolm Nofal, Jamie Gibson, Logan van Beek, Ollie Newton, Jeetan Patel and Ian McPeake

Central Districts

Although CD did run Northern Knights close, they did end up on the losing side. Nevertheless, they should persist with the same set of players as they search for their first win of the season. George Worker and Tom Bruce will be critical to their fortunes with both of them due for a big one. While they do have ample batting depth in their side, they will require better performances from the likes of Seth Rance and Blair Tickner on Wednesday.

George Worker, Dean Cleaver, Ben Smith, Tom Bruce, Josh Clarkson, Christian Leopard, Willem Ludick, Seth Rance, Ajaz Patel, Blair Tickner and Raymond Toole

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Top Picks for WEL vs CD Dream11 Team:

Tom Bruce has only gotten off to starts this season and is certainly looking good for a big knock. Along with him, Rachin Ravindra and Jimmy Neesham are also viable candidates. Both of them are capable of winning games single-handedly with bat or ball. George Worker scored 83 in the previous game and also managed to pick a wicket with the ball, which warranties a place in the fantasy side. Josh Clarkson and Devon Conway should also score some runs while the likes of Seth Rance and Ian McPeake should also pick a wicket or two on Wednesday.

Captaincy Options for WEL vs CD Dream11 Team:

1. Tom Bruce
2. Devon Conway
3. Jimmy Neesham

WEL vs CD Dream11 Team:

WEL vs CD Dream11 Prediction, Ford Trophy 2019, Match 11: Preview, Fantasy Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Weather Conditions

WEL vs CD Dream11 Prediction, Ford Trophy 2019, Match 11: Preview, Fantasy Tips, Playing XI, Pitch Report & Weather Conditions


Devon Conway, Points: 70-72, Grade: A

Josh Clarkson, Points: 44-46, Grade: A

George Worker, Points: 60-62, Grade: A

Rachin Ravindra, Points: 30-32, Grade: B

Michael Bracewell, Points: 30-32, Grade: B

Tom Bruce, Points: 100-102, Grade: A

Andrew Fletcher, Points: 80-82, Grade: A

Blair Tickner, Points: 40-42, Grade: A

Jimmy Neesham, Points: 94-96, Grade: A

Ian McPeake, Points: 48-50, Grade: A

Seth Rance, Points: 54-56, Grade: A


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