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OTG vs WEL Dream11 Team and Prediction: Get all match details, probable playing 11, and schedule for the upcoming 50-overs Ford Trophy match on November 21

Written By Aakash Saini | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The fifth match of the ongoing 49th edition of Ford Trophy will be played between Otago and Wellington on November 21. The game is a 50-overs fixture and is scheduled to be played at the Queenstown Events Centre in Queenstown and will start at 3:30 AM IST.

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OTG vs WEL preview

Six teams are participating in the ongoing New Zealand-based List A tournament with Wellington being the defending champions. Otago won their opening game of the season, defeating the Northern Knights by 28 runs (D/L) in Hamilton. On the other hand, Wellington lost their first game to Auckland by 4 wickets on the same day.

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OTG vs WEL Squad details

OTG Squad

Nick Kelly, Mitch Renwick (wk), Dean Foxcroft, Nathan G Smith, Anaru Kitchen, Josh Finnie, Michael Rippon, Dale Phillips, Jacob Duffy (c), Matthew Bacon, Blair Soper, Neil Broom.

WEL Squad

Andrew Fletcher, Devon Conway, Michael Bracewell (c), Malcolm Nofal, James Neesham, Jamie Gibson, Lauchie Johns (wk), Jeetan Patel, Ian McPeake, Rachin Ravindra, Ollie Newton, Logan van Beek

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OTG vs WEL Dream11 Team Prediction

Keeper – Mitch Renwick

All-rounder – Nathan G Smith

Batsmen – Michael Bracewell (c), Nick Kelly, Dean Foxcroft, Malcolm Nofal, Jamie Gibson

Bowlers – Jacob Duffy (vc), Ollie Newton, Michael Rippon, Logan van Beek

Please note that these Dream11 predictions are made according to our own analysis. The selections made in our line-up do not guarantee positive results in your games.

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