NK vs CD Dream11 Prediction, Live Score & Northern Knights vs Central Districts Cricket Match Dream11 Team: Ford Trophy

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NK vs CD Dream11 Prediction: Northern Knights haven’t begun the season in the way they would have imagined. After losing their inaugural match to Otago, Canterbury handed them an embarrassing 84 runs defeat. In both the games, Knights batsmen have struggled to chase the target while the bowlers also have suffered to restrict the opposition to an average score.

On the other hand, Central Districts batsmen have shown a dual nature in just two games. In their inaugural game, Districts scored mammoth 349 runs but were quite unfortunate to settle with 2 points. While the same batting order collapsed to mere 171 in their chase of 271 against Auckland. Whatever the scenario, both the teams are searching for their first win.

NK vs CD Match Details & Live Score:

The 7th match of Ford Trophy between Northern Knights and Central Districts is scheduled to take place on 25th November at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln. The match will commence from 3:30 AM (IST) onwards. Live Streaming not available in India. Scoreboard details will be available on Official Websites.

NK vs CD Squads:

Northern Knights

Tim Seifert(w), Katene Clarke, Dean Brownlie, Joe Carter(c), Daryl Mitchell, Henry Cooper, Brett Hampton, Scott Kuggeleijn, Ish Sodhi, Anurag Verma, Zak Gibson, Brett Randell, James Baker, Bharat Popli, Joe Walker, Peter Bocock

Central Districts

George Worker, Dane Cleaver(w), Ben Smith, Tom Bruce(c), Josh Clarkson, Christian Leopard, Willem Ludick, Seth Rance, Ajaz Patel, Blair Tickner, Raymond Toole, Ryan Watson, Jayden Lennox, BD Schmulian

NK vs CD Lineups

Northern Knights Playing XI

Joe Carter (c), Dean Brownlie, Henry Cooper, Katene Clarke, Zak Gibson, Brett Hampton, Scott Kuggeleijn, Tim Seifert, Ish Sodhi/Daryl Mitchell, Brett Randell, Anurag Verma

Central Districts Playing XI

Tom Bruce, Josh Clarkson, George Worker, Christian Leopard, William Ludick, Jayden Lennox, Dane Cleaver, Seth Rance, Ben Smith, Ray Toole, Ryan Watson

NK vs CD Best Players

Northern Knights

Tim Seifert has made an immense effect in just a few international matches so far. His international stats don’t justify the ability the young lad has. The 24-year-old has the record of fastest T20 century in New Zealand’s domestic history. The stalwart smashed 100 off just 40 deliveries to achieve this feat.

Brett Hampton has done a decent job as an all-rounder until now. Hampton has scored 57 runs with 2 wickets to his name in 2 matches. The 28-year-old has amassed 322 runs in 22 T20 games at a strike rate of 142.

Central Districts

George Worker has a vast experience of domestic circuit. Playing for Districts, Worker smashed 71 in his debut game. Due to his inconsistency, Worker failed to make an impact at the international level. Nevertheless, the Worker is a legendary player when it comes to the domestic circuit. Worker struck 135 runs in the opener of the tournament and is expected to have a great season ahead.

Tom Bruce is yet another underrated player. Bruce has done a decent job in the limited opportunity he got in internationals. The hard-hitter has 1463 T20 runs under his belt in 66 matches at a decent strike-rate of 146. With two classy fifties in two matches, Bruce is expected to finish the games for Central Districts.

NK vs CD Dream11 Dream Team:


1. Dane Cleaver

2. Tim Seifert (VC)


3. Ben Smith

4. Tom Bruce

5. Henry Cooper


6. George Worker (C)

7. Brett Hampton

8. Willem Ludick


9. Seth Rance

10. Anurag Verma

11. Zak Gibson

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