Match 15 in Super Smash is Otago Volts Vs Wellington Firebirds on 14/1/21, here we bring you our match preview, latest betting odds, spread betting, and top match prediction.
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Otago Volts Vs Wellington Firebirds Betting Odds
- Match Odds – Otago Volts 6/5 – Wellington Firebirds 4/6
- Opening Partnership – Volts Evs – Firebirds 5/6 – Tie 40/1
- Otago Volts Vs Wellington Firebirds is Match 15 in the New Zealand Super Smash.
- The match is on 14th January 2021, and starts at 2.10am in the UK.
- The venue for the match is University Oval, Dunedin.
- Otago Volts sit fourth in the table with 8 points from four matches.
- The Volts have had an inconsistent 2020/21 Super Smash so far, winning two, and losing two,
- In their last match, Otago lost by a huge 53 runs to Central Stags in Match 11.
- Opponents in the match, Wellington Firebirds have had a storming Super Smash season so far.
- The Firebirds sit top of the table with 16 points from their four matches played.
- They are only top by Net Run Rate, but they do have two matches in hand on second place Central Districts.
- In their last match they crushed Northern Knights by 80 runs (Match 12).
- The last time these two sides met was January 2020, Wellington won that encounter by 10 wickets with 21 balls to spare.
Cricket Spread Betting
- Firebirds/Volts– Sell @ 5 – Buy @ 13
- Otago Volts – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 38 Buy @ 44
- Wellington Firebirds – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 56 Buy @ 62
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Otago Volts Vs Wellington Firebirds Prediction 14/1/21
Wellington Firebirds are the form team of Super Smash 2020/21 so far this season.
The Firebirds will be looking to consolidate their position at the top of the table when they take their 100% record to Dunedin on Thursday.
Last time out, Wellington won by 80 runs, and the previous match was a 9 wicket victory.
Whereas Otago have been too inconsistent for my liking. They’ve won two, and lost two, and their team doesn’t look anywhere near as strong as Wellington’s on paper.
The Firebirds are powered by Finn Allen and Devon Conway at the top of the order. And they can rely on established Kiwi internationals Tom Blundell and Jimmy Neesham further down the order.
I just can’t make a case for the Volts here, and can only see a fifth straight victory for Wellington.