The Super Smash is New Zealand’s premier domestic T20 tournament, and with almost daily matches for two months is a great for cricket betting.
It’s New Zealand’s version of the Indian Premier League, or the Big Bash League in Australia.
It’s not as big as either of those two competitions, but it attracts all the top New Zealand players and is a very well supported, competitive tournament.
Cricket Betting Tips
Below is our latest free cricket betting tips for matches today, and in the future. These betting tips cover the Super Smash competition, and much more.
Super Smash Teams
So who are the teams who participate in the Super Smash? Well, there are 6 teams in total that play in the Super Smash, and they are:-
Super Smash Format
The six teams in the Super Smash play a total of 10 matches each. It is Round-Robin format, with teams playing each other both home and away.
In total, there is 32 matches played. That’s 30 Round-Robin matches, followed by an eliminator, and the final.
The group winners go straight into the final. While second and third play off in the eliminator, to see who plays the group winners in the final.
2020/21 Super Smash
The 2020/21 Super Smash is to be officially known as the Dream 11 Super Smash.
The competition starts on 24th December 2020, and runs through until the final on 14th February, 2021.
The bookmakers make Canterbury Kings their favourites pre tournament.
2020/21 Super Smash Betting
- Canterbury Kings 3/1
- Auckland Aces 7/2
- Central Districts 4/1
- Northern Knights 4/1
- Otago Volts 9/2
- Wellington Firebirds 5/1
2020/21 Super Smash Squads
Below we have put together the squads who will be playing in the T20 Dream 11 Super Smash.
These squads are subject to change, and the New Zealand contracted players will be missing at certain points of the season, as they will be on international duty, and also rested.
Graeme Beghin, Jamie Brown, Mark Chapman, Louis Delport, Danru Ferns, Ben Horne, Ben Lister, Matt McEwan, Colin Munro, Robbie O’Donnell, Will O’Donnell, Glenn Phillips, Ollie Pringle, Sean Solia, Will Somerville, Ross ter Braak
New Zealand contracted players – Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Kyle Jamieson
Todd Astle, Chad Bowes, Jack Boyle, Leo Carter, Sean Davey, Cam Fletcher, Andrew Hazeldine, Tyler Lortan, Ken McClure, Cole McConchie, Daryl Mitchell, Ed Nuttall, Fraser Sheat, Henry Shipley, Theo van Woerkom, Will Williams
New Zealand contracted players – Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Henry Nicholls
Doug Bracewell, Tom Bruce, Josh Clarkson, Dane Cleaver, Greg Hay, Jayden Lennox, Christian Leopard, Adam Milne, Seth Rance, Brad Schmulian, Ben Smith, Blair Tickner, Ray Toole, Ben WheeleR, Bayley Wiggins, George Worker,
New Zealand contracted players – Ajaz Patel, Ross Taylor, Will Young
James Baker, Peter Bocock, Dean Brownlie, Joe Carter, Katene Clarke, Henry Cooper, Anton Devcich, Matthew Fisher, Zak Gibson, Brett Hampton, Scott Kuggeleijn, Brett Randell, Jeet Raval, Tim Seifert, Anurag Verma, Joe Walker
New Zealand contracted players – Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner, BJ Watling, Kane Williamson
Matt Bacon, Neil Broom, Max Chu, Jacob Duffy, Josh Finnie, Dean Foxcroft, Camden Hawkins, Anaru Kitchen, Nick Kelly, Jarrod McKay, Dale Phillips, Hamish Rutherford, Mitch RenwicK, Michael Rippon, Michael Rae, Nathan Smith
New Zealand contracted players –
Finn Allen, Hamish Bennett, Jakob Bhula, Michael Bracewell, Fraser Colson, Andrew Fletcher, Jamie Gibson, Lauchie Johns, Troy Johnson, Iain McPeake, Ollie Newton, Rachin Ravindra, Ben Sears, Michael Snedden, Logan van Beek, Peter Younghusband,
New Zealand contracted players – Tom Blundell, Devon Conway, Jimmy Neesham.