CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on March 22,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on March 22 A shambolic batting performance in the second ODI against Australia has left Indian skipper Rohit Sharma with plenty of headaches ahead of the series finale in Chennai on Wednesday, March 22. The visitors absolutely battered the home side in a resounding ten-wicket victory in Visakhapatnam to draw level in the three-match series. While Australian left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc was at his menacing best with the new ball, the Indian batters did not help their cause with a couple of loose shots at the top of the order. India's inability to cope with the swinging ball is the question on everybody's lips and the hosts will need to go back to the drawing board if they wish to claim the series. Meanwhile, the visitors will be eyeing a memorable series victory when they take the field in Chennai. It was a clinical outing for Steve Smith's team in the second ODI as they completed one of the most one-sided victories against their famed rivals in their own backyard. It is the swashbuckling form of the two Mitchells - Marsh and Starc, which will be pleasing the Men in Yellow in the ongoing ODI series. While Marsh is batting like a man possessed at the top of the order, Starc has been too hot to handle for the Indians. Australia will be hoping for more of the same from the influential duo in the final white-ball assignment of the tour. Best economical pick– Mohammad Siraj is the number one ranked bowler in the ICC rankings currently. He has taken three wickets in two games at an average of 22, an economy of 7.61, and a strike rate of 17.3. Top captains & vice captains– 23-year-old Shubman Gill scored a century in the last Test against Australia and has hit centuries in all formats of the game this year. He has been the leading run-scorer for India in ODIs since 2022 and is the only batter who has made over 1000 runs. Mitchell Starc has taken eight wickets in two games in the series at an average of 12.75, an economy of 5.71, and a strike rate of 13.3. He is the leading wicket-taker in the series. Smart pick –Travis Head has been one of the best performers for Australia in this format in recent times. He has scored 606 runs in 11 ODI games since 2022 and is the leading run-scorer for Australia. Cautious Pick – Adam Zampa has failed to pick a wicket so far in two games that he has played, and can be avoided for this game. My XI – Shubman Gill (Captain), Mitchell Starc (Vice-Captain), Mohammad Siraj, Travis Head, Virat Kohli, Lokesh Rahul, Nathan Ellis, Mitchell Marsh, Josh Inglis, Glen Maxwell, Rohit Sharma
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on March 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on March 17 After registering a series win against the Aussies in the red-ball format, the Men in Blue will aim to dominate the rival side in the three-match ODI series beginning on Friday. Team India are without their regular skipper Rohit Sharma for the first ODI, however, stand-in captain Hardik Pandya has been quite impressive as a leader. Similarly, Steve Smith is set to lead the Aussies after regular skipper Pat Cummins headed back home owing to family reasons. Both sides have produced scintillating matches across all formats and the forthcoming ODI series will be no less. Speaking about their head-to-head records in the ODIs, a total of 143 matches have been played between the two heavyweights. Australia have a massive upper hand as they have emerged victorious in 80 ODIs. On the other hand, India have triumphed in 53 games. The two sides square off in the first 50-over clash at the iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Friday, March 17. Moreover, both teams will look to find their combinations right and get their core team just in time for the 2023 ODI World Cup which will be played later on in India. Best economical pick– Mohammad Siraj was in sensational form against New Zealand as he took five wickets from two innings. Siraj ranks first in the current ICC ODI Bowler's chart and has taken 14 wickets from his last five ODI innings. Top captains & vice captains– 23-year-old Shubman Gill took New Zealand by storm in the ODI series in January with his scintillating batting performances. He scored a double-century and a ton in two of the three ODIs and will be gunning to get vital runs in the forthcoming clash against the Aussies to give blistering starts while opening. The stand-in Australian skipper Steve Smith struggled for runs in the recent Tests against India but has been in terrific form in white-ball cricket. Smith scored 195 runs from three innings against England with two fabulous fifties in the last ODIs. Smart pick –Kuldeep Yadav has been in and out of the Indian team lately and will be looking to cement his regular place with impactful spells in the upcoming series. Kuldeep took six wickets from three innings against New Zealand in the last ODI series. Cautious Pick – The world no.1 Test batter Marnus Labuschagne has struggled to make a similar impact in white-ball cricket. He scored just 70 runs from three innings against England in the last ODI series and should be avoided for this match. My XI – Shubman Gill (Captain), Steve Smith (Vice-Captain), Mohammad Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav, Adam Zampa, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey, Virat Kohli, Lokesh Rahul, Ishan Kishan
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs England on March 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs England on March 12 Bangladesh will take the stage alongside England in the second game of the three-match T20I series on Sunday, March 12 at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. The hosts are coming into the game high in confidence, having trumped the power-packed England side by six wickets. They would look to play in the same vein in the second T20I and seal the series. England, on the other hand, would be disappointed with their showing in the previous game. They were not at their vintage self and as a result, are on the verge of a T20I series defeat in Bangladesh. Jos Buttler & Co. would look to put their best foot forward on the Sunday clash and conquer the Bangla Tigers. Best economical pick–The young Bangladeshi middle-order batter Nazmul Hossain Shanto smashed a match-winning knock of 51 off just 30 in the first T20I. He has now recorded four fifties in his last five overall innings. Top captains & vice captains– Jos Buttler was quite magnificent in the first T20I as he put up an exhibition of his swashbuckling stroke play and plundered 67 runs in 42 deliveries. The England skipper has looked in pristine touch and it would not be a surprise if he displays yet another batting masterclass in the coming game. Shakib Al Hasan has been simply sensational with the ball in the ongoing white-ball series against England. In the 50-over leg, he bagged six wickets in three games at an economy of 4.80. The veteran all-rounder showed his class in the first T20I too and finished the game with stellar figures of 4-0-26-1. He is in good form and could weave his magic in the second encounter. Smart pick –The young English wicketkeeper-batter Philip Salt started well and scored crucial 38 runs off 35 balls in the first T20I. Salt has scored 100 runs from his last five innings and should be in the Fantasy Team at any cost. Cautious Pick – The star Bangladeshi pacer Mustafizur Rahman took a wicket but conceded 34 runs in the first game. He has taken just four wickets in his last five overall innings and should be avoided for this game. My XI – Jos Buttler (Captain), Shakib al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Adil Rashid, Dawid Malan, Litton Das, Sam Curran, Najmul Hasan Shanto, Will Jacks, Philip Salt, Nasum Ahmed, Jofra Archer
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs England on March 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs England on March 9 Bangladesh will take on England in the 1st T20I of the England Tour of Bangladesh on Thursday at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram. Both these teams went on ahead against each other in the recently concluded ODI series of the England Tour of Bangladesh. England emerged victorious after the end of the series 2-1. Keeping the momentum in mind, England seem to be the favourites to win this match and series as well. Bangladesh faced Pakistan in their last T20I game where Bangladesh had won the toss and had elected to bat. Bangladesh started off well but soon lost their way as they kept losing regular wickets. Their opener, Najmul Hossain Shanto, was the top scorer having smashed a helpful half century, but only four of their batters could make it to a score in double digits. Pakistan were set a target of 128 runs owing to great bowling efforts from their bowlers. They started slow as well but steadily marched forward and chased the target with 11 balls to spare. Bangladesh lost the match by five wickets. England squared off against Pakistan in their last encounter as well where England won the toss and elected to field. Pakistan started off slow but kept their scoreboard ticking. Only four of their batters got a start but none of them could make it to a large total. As a result, Pakistan could only muster 137 runs at the loss of eight wickets at the end of the first innings. England could not start well too but Ben Stokes held one end and took them over eventually. England won the match by five wickets with six balls to spare where Sam Curran was adjudged Player of the Match for his brilliant bowling spell. Best economical pick–Adil Rashid is an experienced bowler for England who has picked up 93 wickets at an economy of 7.42 playing in 92 T20I games. He could be a great budget pick especially in these sub-continental region. Top captains & vice captains– English skipper Jos Buttler has been a phenomenal player who can lead your fantasy team. He has amassed 2602 runs from 103 T20Is and can keep the wickets as well. Shakib Al Hassan has been one of the best all-rounders in the world cricket for a while now. He has scored 2243 runs and has picked up 128 wickets from 109 T20Is. Smart pick –Sam Curran has been in great form lately with the bat as well as ball. He has scalped 41 wickets at an economy of 7.71 and has scored 158 runs too from playing in 35 T20I matches. Cautious Pick – Mustafizur Rahman has not been in too great a form lately. It would be a wise decision to not include him in your fantasy team. My XI – Jos Buttler (Captain), Shakib al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Adil Rashid, Dawid Malan, Litton Das, Sam Curran, Najmul Hasan Shanto, Will Jacks, Philip Salt, Nasum Ahmed, Jofra Archer
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on March 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on March 9 India will be hosting Australia in the fourth and last Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 at Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium starting on March 9. After disappointing defeats in the first two matches, the traveling side pulled off a dominating nine-wicket win in the third Test in Indore. The Indian team was collapsed on just 109 and 163 with Cheteshawar Pujara top-scoring with 59 runs in the second innings. Matthew Kunhemann took five wickets in the first innings and Nathan Lyon shone with eight wickets. Usman Khawaja top-scored with 60 runs in the first innings to help Australia score 197 runs while Travis Head smashed 49* off 53 while chasing a 76-run target in the second innings. Steve Smith is expected lead the team again with Pat Cummins still unavailable for a team selection. Best economical pick–The star Australian batter Travis Head opened an innings in the last match in the absence of David Warner and smashed a match-winning knock of 49* off 53 balls to guide his team to a dominating win. Top captains & vice captains– The veteran spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been in sensational form in this series so far. He took four wickets in the first innings of the last match and is leading the bowling chart with 21 wickets from three Tests. The in-form Australian spinner Nathan Lyon bowled a sensational spell of 8 for 64 in the second innings of the last match and also won the Player of the Match award. He has taken 19 wickets from three matches in this series so far. Smart pick –The star Australian batter Steve Smith scored crucial 26 runs in the first innings and didn't get a chance to bat in the second innings. Smith has scored just 97 runs from three matches in this series so far but remains one of the best batters across formats. Cautious Pick – The experienced Indian pacer Umesh Yadav took three wickets across two innings in the last match and has taken just 10 wickets from his last six Test innings. My XI – Ravindra Jadeja (Captain), Nathan Lyon (Vice-Captain), Travis Head, Steve Smith, Shubman Gill, Alex Carey, Todd Murphy, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Rohit Sharma, Ravi Ashwin
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs England on March 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs England on March 6 Bangladesh will clash against England in the third ODI match at Chattogram's Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Monday (March 6). England won the second match by 132 runs to seal a three-match away series to end their poor run of form in ODIs. Jason Roy smashed a brilliant century, and Captain Jos Buttler added 76 off 64 to post a big 326 runs while batting first. Taskin Ahmed took three wickets, while spin all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz bagged two for the hosts. Sam Curran took three early wickets and one more at the end of the innings, while Adil Rashid dominated the middle overs with four wickets to bowl out Bangladesh on just 194 runs. Star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan top-scored with 58 off 69 balls for Bangladesh, but the likes of Tamim Iqbal and Litton Das struggled. With the series already sealed, England will likely make a few changes to their playing XI for the last ODI. Best economical pick–The veteran English batter Dawid Malan scored just 11 runs off 19 balls in the last match but played a memorable match-winning knock of 114* off 145 in the opening game. Malan remains England's top-ranked batter in ODIs with two centuries in his last three innings. Top captains & vice captains– English skipper Jos Buttler scored a crucial 76 off 64 in the second ODI to continue his red-hot form in white-ball cricket. Buttler scored 261 runs in three ODIs against South Africa and now has scored one century and two big fifties in his last five ODI innings. He has scored five half-centuries in eight ODIs against Bangladesh and will be expected to be the best batter. The world no.1 ODI all-rounder Shakib al Hasan took Jason Roy's valuable wicket and then top-scored 58 off 69 for his team in the last ODI. Shakib has scored 89 runs and has taken four wickets in his last five overall innings. Smart pick –Adil Rashid took four wickets to dismantle Bangladesh's middle order in the second match and now has six wickets from two ODIs in this series. He surpassed Stuart Broad to become England's third-highest leading wicket-taker in ODIs with 181 wickets from just 118 innings. Chattogram's pitch is expected to offer further help for the spinners and Rashid will be looking to end the series on a high note. Cautious Pick – The young Bangladesh batter Afif Hossain scored 23 runs off 33 balls in the last game and only nine runs in the opening ODI. He has scored just 48 runs from his last four overall innings and should be avoided for this game. My XI – Jos Buttler (Captain), Shakib al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Adil Rashid, Dawid Malan, Litton Das, Taijul Islam, Tamim Iqbal, Jason Roy, Taskin Ahmed, Rehan Ahmed, Sam Curran
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on February 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on February 17 India will clash against Australia in the second Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 at Delhi's Arun Jaitley Stadium starting on February 17. Indian team won the opening Test by an innings and 132 runs to take a crucial 1-0 lead in the four-match series. It was a dominant performance from the hosts in the Nagpur Test which makes them a favorite to win the second match as well. Indian spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin took combined 15 wickets out of 20 in two innings. Rohit Sharma continued his good form with another century while Jadeja and Axar Patel also contributed with fifty-plus knocks. Shreyas Iyer has joined the Indian team and is likely to replace Suryakumar Yadav in India's playing XI. Australia have included Matthew Kuhnemann in place of Mitchell Swepson with latter returning home for the birth of his first child. Best economical pick–The 22-year-old off-spinner Todd Murphy made his international debut in the Nagpur Test and made an instant impact. He took seven wickets in an innings. Top captains & vice captains– The star Australian batter Steven Smith scored 37 off 107 in the first innings and added an unbeaten 25 in the second innings while his team collapsed on just 91 runs. Smith has amazing numbers in Tests and will be a safe captaincy choice in the fantasy Team. The world no.1 Test all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja won the Player of the Match award in the Nagpur Test for taking a five-wicket haul in the first innings and scoring a crucial 70 off 185. Smart pick –Indian captain Rohit Sharma top-scored 120 off 212 in the first innings of the first match in Nagpur. This was his back-to-back century after scoring a hundred against New Zealand in the third ODI last month. Cautious Pick – The experienced Australian opener David Warner managed to score just 1 and 10 scores from two innings in the Nagpur Test. Warner has struggled for the big knocks across formats and should be avoided for the fantasy Team selection. My XI – Steven Smith (Captain), Ravindra Jadeja (Vice-Captain), Todd Murphy, Rohit Sharma, Mohammad Siraj, Nathan Lyon, Cheteswar Pujara, Srikar Bharat, Marnus Labuschane, Ravichandran Ashwin, Axar Patel
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on February 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on February 9 The India-Australia Border-Gavaskar Trophy is starting from February 9. India have emerged victorious in the last three Border-Gavaskar Trophy tussles. During Australia’s previous visit to India in 2016-17, the hosts recovered from a 0-1 deficit to clinch the series 2-1. Then, under Virat Kohli, India famously registered their maiden Test series triumph Down Under during the 2018-19 tour. Team India repeated their heroics in 2020-21 in Australia. After being embarrassed in Adelaide (36 all-out), they registered iconic wins in Melbourne and Brisbane to claim the series 2-1. With the latest series being played at home, India are expected to be the favorites. But injuries to key players on both sides could have an impact. Best economical pick–By far the best batter for India in 2023, Shubman Gill is in the form of his life. Having scored four centuries by early February this year, Shubman Gill has been a headache for both Sri Lanka and New Zealand in the last couple of series. In 12 innings this year, he has scored 769 runs at an average of 76.9, including an ODI double hundred. Top captains & vice captains– In the eight Tests against Australia in India, Ravi Ashwin has taken 50 wickets that include five five-wicket hauls. He will, without a doubt, be India’s biggest trump card in the upcoming series. Australia are doing everything possible to be ready for the upcoming spin challenge. Even a net bowler who bowls like Ashwin has been signed up by the visitors. Australian mainstay Steve Smith is in red-hot form going into the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. In the most recent series against South Africa, the New South Wales-born player amassed 231 runs in four innings. Smith loves batting against India, whether it's in India or Australia. He averages 72.58 against India. Smart pick –After an extended layoff with an injury, Ravindra Jadeja is back. He signaled his return to form by picking up seven wickets in the third innings of a Ranji Trophy match against Tamil Nadu. He is now match-fit and will be another major challenge for Australia. Jadeja has also been one of India’s mainstays in the middle order over the last two years and his inclusion adds a lot of balance to the side. Cautious Pick – Although he hasn't been ruled out as of yet, Cameron Green's chances of featuring in the opening Test are slim. Green broke his right index finger during the Boxing Day Test against South Africa last December and had to undergo surgery. So pick him in your fantasy team at your own risk. My XI – Ravi Ashwin (Captain), Steve Smith (Vice-Captain), Shubman Gill, Ravindra Jadeja, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Mohammad Siraj, Pat Cummins, Srikar Bharat, Marnus Labuschane, Travis Head
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs England on February 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs England on February 1 An upbeat South Africa will be hosting England in the third and final One Day International at the De Beers Stadium in Kimberley on Wednesday, February 1. The Proteas will be oozing with confidence heading into this fixture having comprehensively sealed the series against the reigning world champions outclassing them first with the ball and then the bat. The hosts successfully chased the Three Lions’ 342-run target in the last game to seal the One Day series which has kept their 2023 ODI World Cup qualification hopes intact. They now need to ensure a clean sweep against England to solidify their chances of playing the quadrennial event in India in October. England, on the other hand, have been very ordinary throughout this series. In fact, they suffered their second successive ODI series loss. The previous one came against arch-rivals Australia where the Three Lions were blanked 0-3 down under just less than 10 days after their T20 World Cup triumph. The Jos Buttler-led side will now be looking forward to salvaging pride and avoiding a whitewash by all means as they aim to turn the tables on a strong Proteas unit. Best economical pick–Harry Brook made his ODI debut in the first match and smashed 80 off 75 while batting first in the last game. He is in sensational form across formats and should be in your fantasy Team at any cost. Top captains & vice captains– Rassie van der Dussen has been on a roll in this series and has made it matter with the bat whenever the team needed him the most. He scored a match-winning 111 in the series opener and followed it up with a crucial run-a-ball 38 in the next game where he was also involved in a 97-run second wicket stand with Temba Bavuma. The middle-order sensation would once again be hoping to play a game-changing innings in the final match. The English captain Jos Buttler top-scored 94* off 82 to guide his team to a big total while batting first in the last game. He has scored 130 runs from two innings in this series. Smart pick –Anrich Nortje has been the standout bowler in the ongoing One Day series and has made an outstanding impact in the wickets column on a regular basis. He has so far registered six scalps to his name and applied brakes on England’s momentum at crucial juncture. He had taken a match-winning four-wicket haul in the series opener to help the Proteas snatch victory from jaws of defeat. Cautious Pick – Ben Duckett has struggled to make a big impact in white-ball cricket as he has in Test cricket lately. He scored three runs in the first match and added just 20 runs in the second match in this series. My XI – Rassie van der Dussen (Captain), Jos Buttler (Vice-Captain), Anrich Nortje, Quinton de Kock, Olly Stone, Lungi Ngidi, Harry Brook, Aiden Markram, Sam Curran, David Miller, Temba Bavuma
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs New Zealand on February 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs New Zealand on February 1 India will be locking horns with New Zealand in the series-deciding third T20I at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Wednesday, February 1. After the hosts were handed a setback in the opening game by 21 runs, they made a strong statement in the next match with a six-wicket victory to keep the series alive. However, the Indian team was given a reality check by the Kiwis who fought valiantly despite defending just 100 runs. While the Indian bowlers showcased extraordinary performances in the last game, the batting was bit of a letdown. The hosts could have found themselves in total disarray had it not been for Suryakumar Yadav who successfully added the finishing touches. The Men in Blue will need to work on their batting ahead of the decider, which has misfired throughout the series. New Zealand bowlers were exceptional with the ball in hand during the series opener where they succeeded in defending a manageable total of 176 to draw first blood. They had also got to a competitive total courtesy of their middle-order brilliance capitalizing on India’s errant bowling. Even though the Kiwis’ batting looked completely off-color in the previous fixture, the bowling made things tough for the famed Indian batters. Best economical pick–After having a forgettable outing in the first game, Arshdeep Singh roared back to form in style with the ball in hand as he not only made a tremendous impact in the wickets column, but also bowled an economical spell. The left-arm pacer finished with match-winning figures of 2/7 from his two overs at an economy of 3.5. Top captains & vice captains– Suryakumar Yadav has been India’s most consistent batter in T20Is in the last eight months and has also rose to the occasion for the team when it mattered the most. He has also succeeded in making his bat do the talking throughout the ongoing series registering scores of 47 and following it up with an unbeaten match-winning 26. Yadav’s crucial knock in the last game earned him a well-deserved Player of the Match award. The top-ranked New Zealand batter Devon Conway scored just 11 runs in the last game but has been in sensational form across formats. He smashed 52 off 35 in the opening match after smashing 138 off 100 in the last ODI against India. Smart pick –The New Zealand captain Mitchell Santner is in good form with both bat and ball lately. He was the top scorer for his team with 19 runs and conceded just 20 runs from his four-over spell in the last game. Cautious Pick – The young Indian wicketkeeper batter Ishan Kishan has failed to score fifty from his last 12 T20I innings. He has scored just 23 runs in this series and should be avoided for this match. My XI – Suryakumar Yadav (Captain), Devon Conway (Vice-Captain), Mitchell Santner, Arshdeep Singh, Washington Sundar, Kuldeep Yadav, Michael Bracewell, Glenn Philips, Hardik Pandya, Shubman Gill, Daryl Mitchell
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