WELL vs AUK Match Prediction Who Will Win Today Super Smash 2022-23 Match 29


Wellington Firebirds will take on Auckland Aces at Basin Reserve, Wellington in the Match 29 of Super Smash 2022-23 on Sunday, 5 February 2023. Keep reading to find out the Super Smash League Match 29 WELL vs AUK match prediction.

Here is our Super Smash 2022-23  Wellington Firebirds vs Auckland Aces Match 29 Prediction

Let’s find out who will win Super Smash 2022-23 Match 29 between Wellington Firebirds vs Auckland Aces Today Match Prediction

Case1: If  Wellington Firebirds bat first

First Innings score prediction:  Wellington Firebirds will score 145-155

Result prediction: Auckland Aces will win the match by 5 wickets

Case2: If Auckland Aces bat first

First Innings score prediction:  Auckland Aces will score 150-160

Result prediction: Wellington Firebirds will win the match by 3 wickets

Wellington Firebirds vs Auckland Aces Predicted XIs:

 Wellington Firebirds Predicted XI:

Nick Kelly, Rachin Ravindra, Troy Johnson, Nathan Smith, Tim Robinson, Callum McLachlan, Adam Milne, Logan van Beek, Ollie Newton, Peter Younghusband (c), Devan Vishvaka

Auckland Aces Predicted XI:

William O’Donnell, Robert O’Donnell (c), Sean Solia, Ben Horne (wk), Ross ter Braak, Louis Delport, Danru Ferns, Adithya Ashok, Benjamin Lister, George Worker, Cole Briggs

WELL vs AUK Head to Head

WELL vs AUK Total Matches: 35

Wellington Firebirds Won: 14

Auckland Aces Won: 18

No Result:  0

Tied: 0

Abounded: 3


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