CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs Sri Lanka on January 24,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs Sri Lanka on January 24 The Australian cricket is clearly in doldrums with two of their best players not playing. After losing the four-match Test series to India at home for the first time in 71 years, they will be looking to make amends by winning against Sri Lanka. The visitors are also struggling with their own issues and the series is expected to be closely fought. Australia clearly start as favourites. But if they fail to beat Sri Lanka at home it would plunge their cricket into a deeper crisis then anything they have faced before. The tourists, on the other hand, have nothing to lose really after suffering a home whitewash against England. But a spirited show, even one drawn match, would be a big boost for the sagging spirits for their fans. Best economical pick – Marcus Harris made his Test debut in the series against India, scoring 258 runs at an average of 36.85. The left hander looked very comfortable at the crease, scoring two half-centuries and played his best knock in Australia’s first innings in the fourth Test at the SCG. The compact cricketer showed an ability to rotate the strike, but his aggressive approach was what made him standout and put pressure on the opposition bowlers. He can score freely off both the fast and slow bowlers. Top captains & vice captains – Nathan Lyon was one of Australia’s best bowlers along with Pat Cummins in the series against India. Lyon claimed 21 wickets for the series, including a man of the match performance in Perth, where he ripped out India’s batting line-up with eight wickets. The 31-year-old made his Test debut against Sri Lanka and will be out to create havoc in the two Test matches. Kusal Mendis scored 225 runs against New Zealand, peeling off an unbeaten 141 in Wellington. Mendis averages just under 50 against Australia and will be one of a number of players looking to step up and perform with the bat. Smart pick – Suranga Lakmal was Sri Lanka’s second-highest wicket taker in their 2 Test series with New Zealand, but remarkably took just 6 wickets at an average of 39.66. The 54-Test veteran has took 127 career wickets and is one of their most experienced bowlers. Lakmal will lead the attack and should take the new ball for Sri Lanka. Cautions Pick – About a year ago, the Australian bowling attack was considered as one of the best in the world. But the series against India completely shattered that image. The Aussie bowlers were made to appear embarrassingly toothless. The bowler most under pressure is Mitchell Starc. Having been renowned as a fierce and dangerous pace bowler, his performances in the last few matches have been ordinary. My XI – Nathan Lyon (Captain), Kusal Mendis (Vice-Captain), Suranga Lakmal, Marcus Harris, Jhye Richardson, Travis Head, Patrick Cummins, Tim Paine, Roshen Silva, Dimuth Karunaratne, Kurtis Patterson
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs England on January 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs England on January 23 Considering the decline of West Indies cricket in recent decades, you would expect England to be the favorites going into a Test series against them, even in their own backyard. However, for some reason, West Indies managed to rally themselves in the last two series in which they hosted the Three Lions in 2009 and 2015 to win the former and draw the latter. So, this contest may not be as easy to predict as many would imagine. Apart from their smashing victory over the home side in 2004, West Indies has been one of the most difficult places for England to visit. They used to routinely get beaten during the great era of Windies cricket in the last quarter of the previous century and haven’t been able to register too many victories since their historic triumph under Michael Vaughan. Having registered a whitewash over Sri Lanka in their own backyard, England are buoyant and looking to turn the tide of history. West Indies, though, suffered a whitewash themselves in their last series against Bangladesh in Bangladesh. Best economical pick – The batting troubles of West Indies are well known. However, there would be a big boost to the batting strength of the side with the comeback of Darren Bravo into the team. He has always been the best player of spin in the West Indies team and that would be a big asset in countering the English spinners who are on a high after their great efforts in Sri Lanka. Top captains & vice captains – Jonny Bairstow's last test outing saw him score a critical hundred batting at No.3, a position which has been a spot of bother for the English team for a while now. His form has been pretty good in international cricket and should be the one to be picked for the captain role in fantasy team. The one batsman everyone is excited to see is Shimron Hetmyer. The typical West Indian flair that he possesses makes him a delight to watch when in full flow. He played an extraordinary knock in Bangladesh where he incessantly hit the spin bowlers for sixes over midwicket. Smart pick – Moeen Ali is ready to accept the responsibility of being England's leading spinner in Test cricket for this series against West Indies. England recorded an impressive 3-0 series whitewash over Sri Lanka at the end of last year, with Moeen taking 18 wickets as part of a three-pronged spin attack. Cautions Pick – It was in the last Test series between the two teams in England in 2017 that Shai Hope grabbed the attention of the world with hundreds in each innings of the Headingley Test to lead his team to victory. Hope has not lived up to the expectations since that historic performance. My XI – Jonny Bairstow (Captain), Shimron Hetmyer (Vice-Captain), Moeen Ali, Darren Bravo, Shannon Gabriel, Stuart Broad, Jomel Warrican, Ben Foakes, Ben Stokes, Jason Holder, Joe Root
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs India on January 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs India on January 23 Team India has been on a roll of late with Test and ODI series wins in Australia. But, they’ll now be up against a much bigger challenge in the form of New Zealand. The five-match ODI series between these two sides begins on 23 January 2019 in Napier. With both these sides playing some highly competitive cricket in the last few months both at home and away, the series is going hard-fought one. New Zealand drew the series against Pakistan in the UAE and then whitewashed Sri Lanka in the 50-over format recently. Most of their players are in exceptional form and are fighting hard for the spots in the side. At the same time, India is not far behind with their top-three batsmen being in the usual destructive form. Moreover, with some of the other experienced players getting into their zone, the side looks well-rounded. Best economical pick – Replacing Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal grabbed the opportunity with both hands as he picked up six wickets in the third ODI against Australia. Creating all sorts of trouble for the Aussie batting attack, Chahal was able to turn the ball extensively on the dry Melbourne pitch, taking the pace out of it and leaving the batsmen guessing. The Napier pitch also looks similar to that of Melbourne which could see Chahal creating the same impact. Top captains & vice captains – Arguably the best ODI batsman in the world right now, Virat Kohli comes into the tour as India’s talisman. Kohli, who top scored for India during their last ODI series in New Zealand, is enjoying a purple patch in his career. Kohli scored a century in the second ODI against Australia and will be looking to pile up some more in the ODI series. Ross Taylor, over the last few months, has been an unstoppable force in the New Zealand line-up. Post his eye surgery, he worked wonders for the team and is impeccably consistent. 137, 90, 54, 86*, 80, 181* are his scores in the last six innings. The Kiwis will hope for him to carry on with the rich vein of form against a mighty side like India. Smart pick – Martin Guptill has been on fire in the last few months and has scored runs at a quick pace at the top of the order. Guptill scored 153 runs in the 3-match ODI series against Sri Lanka. Guptill nevertheless will be looking to score big against the Indian bowlers who seem to be in good form. Cautions Pick – 0(1), 32(28) and 23(46) were the three scores Shikhar Dhawan put up in the series against Australia. The left-hander hasn’t found it easy to score runs as fluently after missing out on the action for a while. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Ross Taylor (Vice-Captain), Martin Guptill, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kedar Jadhav, Tom Latham, Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls, Vijay Shankar
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 22,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 22 Pakistan rallied on for a hard-fought victory in the first ODI against South Africa to kick-start the ODI series in style. South Africa who batted first, rode on Hashim Amla’s century to post a modest total of 266 but were unable to contain the Pakistan resurgence as the visitors won a hard battle to cross the finish line. With a 1-0 lead, Pakistan will now face South Africa in the second ODI at the Kingsmead in Durban on Tuesday, January 22. With some standout performers in both the sides, the second ODI will have some in-form players entering the field on Tuesday. Best economical pick – Although Hashim Amla scored a century, it was Rassie Van Der Dussen’s knock of 93 that propelled South Africa to 266. His innings had a good mix of tenacity and composure as he played according to the requirements. Van Der Dussen is a great pick to have for your Fantasy Cricket side as he is one of the in-form batsmen in the match. Top captains & vice captains – What a day Mohammad Hafeez had in Port Elizabeth. While he couldn’t contribute much with the ball, his knock of 71 in the death overs during Pakistan’s run chase meant that the visitors crossed the finish line rather comfortably at the end. Hafeez was the pivot in Pakistan’s batting attack providing some much needed stability in the middle overs and helping Pakistan to victory. He is an established performer for Pakistan and is an impact player in the squad. Pakistan’s opener Imam ul Haq has had some good displays in the last one year. Batting with Fakhar Zaman, Imam forms a good partnership in the opening overs and is a player that has proved that he is a dependable player for Pakistan. In the first ODI, he set the tone in Pakistan’s run chase scoring 86 runs and creating a stage for the middle-order batsmen to come and perform. Smart pick – While Amla’s century in the first ODI will influence a lot of Fantasy Cricket players to pick him for the South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI, Reeza Hendricks has been one of South Africa’s finest batsmen for over a year. While he has been consistent, Hendricks is also a player that plays according to the situation and is a player who should be in your Cricbattle Fantasy Cricket team. Cautions Pick – Sarfaraz Ahmed didn’t have the best of the Test series. He only scored 112 runs in six innings at an average of 18. Then scored just 1 run in the first ODI. He has got to perform well if he is to make a case for the mega-tournament this year. My XI – Mohammad Hafeez (Captain), Imam ul Haq (Vice-Captain), Rassie Van Der Dussen, Babar Azam, Imran Tahir, Reeza Hendricks, Hasan Ali, Kagiso Rabada, Sarfraz Ahmed, Hashim Amla, Fakhar Zaman
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 19,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 19 After a clearly one-sided three match Test series, South Africa and Pakistan renew their rivalry as they face off in the first ODI at Port Elizabeth on Saturday, January 19. South Africa were ruthless in the Test series as they completed a 3-0 whitewash against Pakistan. Although it won’t be the same in the limited over series, South Africa and Pakistan will look to kick off their run up to the Cricket World Cup with a win. ODI matches from now will be very important for the teams as they will look to try out different combinations to get the best out of their players. White ball cricket has been Pakistan's stronger suit over the last couple of years with the emergence of talent such as Fakhar Zaman and Shadab Khan. Senior players like Mohammed Hafeez, Shoaib Malik and Sarfraz Ahmed hold key to the Pakistan fortunes. Best economical pick – Still a newcomer in the squad, Henrich Klaasen is slowly but steadily cementing his spot in the Proteas squad. Klaasen is not only known for is explosive style of batting but he also looks to score some clever runs and keep the scoreboard ticking. With the absence of Quinton De Kock, Klaasen has the perfect opportunity to shine for his team and stake his claim for the bus to the World Cup. Top captains & vice captains – One of the few skippers who has improved his games after being handed the armband, Faf du Plessis has been a great player for South Africa in recent years. Not only is he a finisher when it comes to the death overs, but he looks to soak in a lot of pressure and play some smart cricket. Du Plessis is an asset for any team that he plays for. How good has Kagiso Rabada being off late! One of the young guns to come out of South Africa, he has the pace and the accuracy to trouble any batting attack in the world. With Dale Steyn being rested for the ODI series, Rabada has a good chance to shine as South Africa’s number one bowler. Smart pick – An all-rounder is always one of the most important players you choose in your Fantasy Cricket team. Mohammad Hafeez is one such player who has been a great player for Pakistan with the bat and ball. Hafeez can turn a match around with his deliveries and can also chase down big scores in the death overs. Cautions Pick – Mohammad Aamir have been very poor in ODIs off late. In 2018, Aamir played 10 matches and picked 3 wickets only with an average of over 100. Which is very poor according to his standards. He won’t get you fantasy points if he won’t take wickets regularly, so don’t take much risk by picking him in your fantasy team. My XI – Faf du Plessis (Captain), Kagiso Rabada (Vice-Captain), Henrich Klassen, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shaheen Afridi, Imran Tahir, Sarfraz Ahmed, Reeza Hendricks, David Miller, Shadab Khan
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on January 18,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on January 18 After losing the first ODI, the Men in Blue came back in the second One-Day game against the Aussies and leveled the series. Now both these sides will face each other in the third and deciding fixture at the MCG. In their previous meeting at this venue in January 2016, After being put into bat first, India posted 295/6 in their 50 overs, but the Aussies chased down their target in the penultimate over of the match to seal a three-wicket win. The Indian camp would have been relieved after leveling the series and now aiming for a rare chance to complete the Test & ODI double over Australia in Australia. The Aussies will be a little disappointed with the result in the last game as they were in a strong position to win the clash but made few silly mistakes on crucial moments, which they would like to avoid in the next game. Best economical pick – Bhuvneshwar Kumar was exceptional in the second ODI. Bhuvi finished with the spectacular bowling figures of 4/45 in his 10 overs. He uprooted Finch’s stumps in the seventh over and struck the first blow. He then returned at the death to stop Australia from running away with a tall score. Top captains & vice captains – Cometh the hour, cometh the man. With the series on the line, 'King' Kohli stepped up his game and played a gem of an innings to put India into a winning position. The skipper brought up his 24th century while chasing and 39th overall. He scored 104 in 112 balls but failed to finish the chase. Shaun Marsh certainly raised the bar in the batting department and once again, it will be up to him to deliver the goods with the bat. He cracked an impressive 54 in the first ODI followed by dating 131 in the second ODI to help his side post a decent total after early jolts. Smart pick – Centurion from the first ODI was off to a promising start at the Adelaide Oval as well, but Rohit Sharma was snared by Stoinis. He had scored 43 in 52 balls with two fours and two magnificent sixes. Rohit had struck his signature pick-up shots and looked set to take India across the line before he was caught by Handscomb. Sharma looks to be in awesome form and could get a lot of points for your team. Cautious Pick – Ever since David Warner was banned, Australia has tried a few combinations at the top but nothing has worked for them. In the ongoing ODI series, Alex Carey and Aaron Finch have opened the innings but both of them have looked unsettled before getting dismissed cheaply. The Australian limited overs skipper has lacked consistency in this tour. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Shaun Marsh (Vice-Captain), Rohit Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Marcus Stoinis, Kuldeep Yadav, Alex Carey, Shikhar Dhawan, Jhye Richardson, Peter Handscomb, Dinesh Karthik
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on January 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on January 12 After winning a Test series for the first time ever in Australia, Virat Kohli and Co. will now want to end this successful tour on a winning note. Kicking off the first ODI, India will face Australia on Saturday, January 12 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. With the Cricket World Cup only a few months away, teams will be focused on preparing for the tournament and will treat every game as a warm-up. For Australia, it’s all about redemption. After having probably one of the worst years in recent times, the hosts will look to bounce back in time before they start their World Cup defence. On the other hand, India have been on a roll, after winning the Asia Cup and the home series against West Indies, they did what once was thought impossible in Australia in the Test series format. Although the format is different, the team will look to bounce off this momentum and finish the tour on a high. Best economical pick – Although Australia have struggled of late, almost all the rare bright spots include Marcus Stoinis and his all-round ability to change a match. Stoinis has been brilliant both with the bat and ball and will be a key member of the Australia side. Top captains & vice captains – After a phenomenal 2018, Virat Kohli will look to continue his good form. The Indian captain has played 23 One Day Internationals in Australia and scored 1001 runs at an average of 50.05. He has struck four hundreds and four fifties. Rohit Sharma is arguably the best opening batsman in One Day Internationals at the moment and key to India's success. The 31-year-old has scored 1030 runs in ODIs during the past 12 months. Rohit Sharma is also the second highest run-getter in this format in 2018. Smart pick – If there’s a player in the Indian cricket team that could get a little more credit for his performances, it would be undoubtedly Ambati Rayudu. After having a brilliant Indian Premier League season with Chennai Super Kings, Rayudu broke into the ODI squad during the Asia Cup in September. He had a brilliant run of form, even scoring a century against West Indies in Mumbai. Rayudu could solve India’s middle-order trouble for the World Cup and this series could be the perfect litmus test. Cautious Pick – This probably could be his last trip to Australia. MS Dhoni has had a difficult 2018 with the bat and was even dropped from the T20I squad last year. Dhoni’s exploits with the bat aren’t great on Australian soil. The 37-year-old has played 32 ODIs in Australia and scored 860 runs. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma (Vice-Captain), Ambati Rayudu, Marcus Stoinis, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Peter Siddle, Alex Carey, Shikhar Dhawan, Shaun Marsh, Kedar Jadhav
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 11,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 11 Despite being without suspended captain Faf du Plessis, South Africa will be pushing for a clean sweep when they play Pakistan in the third and final Test. Pakistan's batting has been inadequate against South Africa's fast bowling, although Shan Masood, Imam-ul-Haq, Asad Shafiq and Babar Azam have all played useful innings. The bowlers, too, were disappointing at Newlands, so it seems likely there will be changes. But the options for the tourists are limited. Shadab Khan and Faheem Ashraf could both come into consideration as all-rounders after Pakistan's four specialist bowlers were worn down during South Africa's first innings of 431 at Newlands. Best economical pick – No one can deny that South Africa are a much better team when they have Dale Steyn leading the attack. One of the finest bowlers of the generation, Dale Steyn is still very much a feared bowler for the batsmen. With conditions favoring him, Steyn will be looking to create all sorts of problems for the Pakistani batsmen and can get you a lot of points. Top captains & vice captains – Dean Elgar is known for his steely resolve and determination with the bat which enables him to accumulate tough runs on vicious wickets. He will want to adopt those very qualities into his captaincy. He's captained South Africa just once before, falling to a big defeat against England in 2017. He will want to make amends this time. In absence of du Plessis, his role with the bat at the top of the order becomes that much more crucial as well. Babar Azam and Shan Masood have been great with the bat, but it was only when Asad Shafiq too stepped up to the party that the visitors were able to post a respectable total. The experienced batsman has all the makings of a solid Test player but has fallen prey to inconsistency. If he can dig deep and produce a big score again, it will go a long way in Pakistan's quest to stave off a whitewash. Smart pick – Babar Azam has had a decent start in this series so far. In the two matches he has played so far, he has scored two half centuries and is an in-form batsman. Although the pressure will be on him to deliver, Babar is a calm and composed batsman and will be relishing this opportunity. Picking Babar is a risk, but if he is to do well, it’s a risk that can get you a lot of points. Cautions Pick – Fakhar Zaman could make way for Mohammad Rizwan in the middle order after scoring just 32 runs with an ordinary average of just 8 in two test matches. It will be a big risk if you pick Fakhar Zaman in your fantasy team. My XI – Dean Elgar (Captain), Asad Shafiq (Vice-Captain), Dale Steyn, Kagiso Rabada, Duanne Olivier, Babar Azam, Quinton de Kock, Temba Bavuma, Mohammad Aamir, Vernon Philander, Shan Masood
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Sri Lanka on January 11,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Sri Lanka on January 11 It’s down to the one last contest for Sri Lanka before they leave New Zealand. The visitors are yet to taste a victory on the tour as the hosts comprehensively won both Test and ODI series. The 2 sides will now clash in a one-off T20 at the Eden Park, Auckland. The Kiwis have been instrumental in all 3 departments in the series so far. All the victories for the hosts have been dominant so far. They won’t leave any stone unturned in trying to triumph the last game as well. However, it’s the chance for the visitors to restore some pride. There have been some individual flashes of brilliance on the tour so far. Yet, they didn’t put together a team performance that would yield them a victory. But it’s their best chance to win in the shortest format as the squad possesses some talent for the setup. Best economical pick – Martin Guptill is having a strike-rate of around 132.88 in this format and he is the leading run scorer for New Zealand in this format. Martin Guptill forms one half of perhaps the most explosive opening pair in international cricket right now. Guptill who is a veteran of the game has proven time and again that he can turn a match around with his batting. He will be their key batsman and will be expected to counter from the start. Top captains & vice captains – He is seriously in the form of his life. If Thisara Perera had managed to win the 2nd ODI for Sri Lanka, it would’ve ranked among one of the greatest ODI knocks in the history. But he needs to improve his bowling in order to become the best all-rounder in the world. Perera should master death-overs bowling which has been his weakness and the same has been exposed in the last two ODIs. The hard-hitting New Zealand batsman is a T20 specialist. Colin Munro who opens the innings with Martin Guptill is responsible for most of the good starts that New Zealand has while batting. Smart pick – For years, Ross Taylor has been the pivot of a New Zealand batting line-up. The experienced player is a force of nature when he is in form, no matter what the format is. Taylor can adapt to a game quickly and it won’t be surprising to us if he manages to score big right in the beginning. Pick him and you could easily have a high-scoring game thanks to his performance. Cautions Pick – Tim Southee has been going through a rough patch. Southee’s last 2 match figures of 1/68 and 1/47 has been very poor according to his standards. He may be go for runs in the T20, so be careful before picking him in your team. My XI – Thisara Perera (Captain), Colin Munro (Vice-Captain), Ross Taylor, Ish Sodhi, Martin Guptill, Lockie Ferguson, Nuwan Pradeep, Tim Seifert, Scott Kuggeleijn, Kusal Mendis, Sadeera Samarawickrama
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Sri Lanka on January 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Sri Lanka on January 8 The 3rd ODI between New Zealand and Sri Lanka will be a dead rubber as far as the result of the series is concerned. The hosts have already sealed the series by winning the previous 2 games. While they would look to enforce a clean sweep, Sri Lanka would hope to restore some pride by finishing on a winning note. Best economical pick – While you have amazing picks in Martin Guptill, Colin Munro and Kane Williamson from the Kiwis, all of whom have had tremendous contributions to New Zealand’s ODI series victory, spinner Ish Sodhi is a more stable bank for points. Picking up five wickets in two matches, Ish Sodhi has taken wickets constantly in the series and looks set to become New Zealand’s frontline spinner. Sodhi is a bankable option and can get you some points with his performance in the 3rd ODI. Top captains & vice captains – Ross Taylor has been one of the most consistent modern day batsmen in the world. A player you can always bank on, Taylor has scored over 140 runs in two games and looks to be in fine form in the ODI series. Taylor’s batting style makes him a perfect choice for your Fantasy Cricket team as he looks to build his innings without giving away his wicket cheaply. The man who hit five sixes off a Thisara Perera over, James Neesham is certainly enjoying himself in this ODI series. Neesham batted pretty decently in the second ODI as he scored 64 runs late-on in the innings. While his batting has been simply remarkable, Neesham has had quite a few good spells with balling too, picking up two wickets in the first match. The all-rounder is bound to give you points in both the innings of the game and is a player you can definitely bank on. Smart pick – After that performance on Saturday, Thisara Perera will be one of the most common names in Cricbattle Fantasy Cricket teams. Perera truly played up to his potential as he smashed 140 runs to keep the Lankans in the game. While experts have been raving about his batting prowess, Perera is also a very efficient bowler and can get you a lot of points with the ball as well. Sri Lanka will be hoping to finish off the series on a high and chances are that Perera will play a huge part in it. Cautions Pick – Kusal Mendis had an outstanding Test year in 2018, but his ODI form was woeful - he averaged 16.42 in 14 innings last year. In two innings in this series he has looked decent at the start of his innings, but has made no more than 18 or 20. So He may be dropped from team for the last ODI, so don’t take risk by picking him in your Cricbattle Fantasy team. My XI – Ross Taylor (Captain), James Neesham (Vice-Captain), Ish Sodhi, Thisara Perera, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Niroshan Dickwella, Matt Henry, Danushka Gunathilaka, Henry Nicholls, Lasith Malinga
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