22Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs England on October 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs England on October 23 Sri Lanka performed their best of the series till now in the 4th ODI. Batsmen Niroshan Dickwella, Dasun Shanaka and Thisara Perera helped the team post an above par total on a tricky pitch. Although Jason Roy showed a lot of intent to begin with, the game was almost even-steven before rain decided to play spoilsport. It is very unfortunate that both the teams have not been tested as much as they would have liked in the series. Most of the matches have been curtailed due to rain and cricket has not been the only deciding factor. England have momentum on their side and it would be very tough for Sri Lanka to top that. Now that the series has already been decided, Sri Lanka will play for pride. Best economical pick – Although Moeen Ali picked up more wickets against Sri Lanka in the 4th ODI, Adil Rashid was exceptionally economical during his spell. Not only did he restrict the Sri Lankan batting but also picked up a crucial wicket to apply brakes to the innings. Adil Rashid has backed his selection ever since he made a comeback earlier this year and is one of the mainstays in the English team. Top captains & vice captains – Eoin Morgan is slowly finding the devastating form he once used to have at the best possible time. With just months to go for the ICC Cricket World Cup, Morgan’s form is good news for the English batting attack that already has the likes of Jos Buttler and Joe Root. Morgan did his job in the 4th ODI beautifully where he remained unbeaten till the end and kept the scoreboard ticking. Joe Root has been phenomenal so far this year. His performances have been consistent, making him one of the batsmen that England rely on heavily. Root, in his tour to Sri Lanka, has adapted really well to the sub-continent conditions and looks extremely stable every time he is on the crease. He was unbeaten in the last match where he ensured that England crossed the line and sealed the series. Smart pick – Sri Lanka has been disappointing in the series so far. After getting knocked out in the Asia Cup in September, Sri Lanka has lost a home ODI series against England. While there are a lot of things not working for Sri Lanka, Thisara Perera’s form isn’t one of them. Perera has been exceptional with the bat and ball consistently now. Cautious Pick – Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal has been out of form in the ODI format since a long time. Since March 2017, he has scored at a strike rate of 62 and with average also just 22 and being Captain. One of the reasons for SL downfall, he brings run rate down quite considerably if they have a good start. My XI – Eoin Morgan (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain), Jason Roy, Thisara Perera, Adil Rashid, Akila Dananjaya, Jos Buttler, Niroshan Dickwella, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Dasun Shanaka
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20Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe on October 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe on October 21 Bangladesh will host Zimbabwe for a 3-match ODI series which will be the sixteenth bilateral ODI series between the two countries. The first match of the series is scheduled to be held on the 21st of October at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur. Despite the absence of the star-studded duo of Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh team will be high on confidence given their performance in recently concluded Asia Cup. On the other hand, Zimbabwe is having a terrible run in ODIs in recent times. Pakistan thrashed them 5-0 at their home earlier this year. In their last series too, South Africa whitewashed them by 3-0. Overall, they have lost 17 out of 23 games played in 2018. Best economical pick – With the experience of 83 ODIs, Craig Ervine has been one of the finest batsmen for Zimbabwe over the years. Batting at number three, he should look to hold the innings together and play out the new ball to make it easy for the more experienced and talented middle-order to come. A lot will depend on how the Men in Red fare in this tour. Top captains & vice captains – Mushfiqur Rahim played a pivotal role during Bangladesh's Asia Cup campaign, where the Tigers finished as runners-up. He struck a match-winning ton against Sri Lanka in the event opener, and he played another watchful knock of 99 against Pakistan. On both occasions, Bangladesh's top-order failed and Mushfiqur helped them in achieving a challenging total. He would love to continue his good form in this series too. Liton Das, the new batting sensation of Bangladesh, played an excellent knock in the Asia Cup final as he hit his maiden ODI ton. The right-handed batsman smashed 121 off 117 balls stunning India in the final. He will look to do the same against Zimbabwe in this series. Smart pick – Since coming out of retirement, Brendan Taylor has been doing a decent job for his country, but a lot more is expected of him. Not many are unaware of his ODI exploits and he certainly packs a punch. If the Bangla bowlers get a little carried away and give him some freedom to work with, we could see the old Brendan Taylor in action. Cautions Pick – What has happened to Solomon Mire? He has been totally out of form now a days. Not long ago, he had almost hit a century against Pakistan in the T20I tri-series back home. Then he managed to score only 9 runs in the 3 match ODI series South Africa. My XI – Mushfiqur Rahim (Captain), Liton Das (Vice-Captain), Brendan Taylor, Craig Ervine, Mohammad Mithun, Mustafizur Rahman, Kyle Jarvis, Nazmul Islam, Sikandar Raza, Mehidy Hasan, Nazmul Hossain Shanto
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20Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 21 After a completely one-sided Test series, India and Windies will clash in the first of the five-match ODI series in Guwahati on Sunday. The Caribbean side is expected to put up a decent show despite the fact that their regular openers Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis have withdrawn from the series. But they still have the firepower to push a formidable Indian team. However, the hosts are also playing their near full strength team and clearly are the favourites to brush aside the opponents. Virat Kohli is back to lead the side after taking the much-needed break during the Asia Cup and will be batting at number three in the series. India’s batting is bolstered with his return while Ambati Rayudu will be given an opportunity to nail down his name on the number four position. Windies, on the other hand, have to find an all-new opening combination in this series and just hope that it clicks. The likes of Marlon Samuels and Captain Jason Holder should play consistently well to keep them in the hunt during the series. Best economical pick – Rishabh Pant has had a remarkable start to his Test career and his performances were noted with a spot in the ODI team against Windies. The Delhi teenager would be auditioning for the no.4 position in the team keeping in mind the need for a backup wicketkeeper in the future. Top captains & vice captains – Captain Virat Kohli has been in sublime form in 2018 in all formats of the game. He is virtually unstoppable and is ranked the No 1 player in the world. This year Kohli has scored 749 runs in 9 odis at an amazing average of 125. Shikhar Dhawan has enjoyed a dream run in Asia Cup, where he scored two hundreds and finished as the tournament's leading run scorer. His attacking instincts can put the opposition on the back foot and take the game away from them quite early. Smart pick – Other than being the skipper, Jason Holder is an important player for the Windies. His return to the squad for the second Test helped uplift the team's morale and resulted in a comparatively spirited performance. He contributed with both bat and ball. His game is tailor-made for the shorter formats and he could prove to be the ace in the pack on his day. Cautious Pick – MS Dhoni is having a tough time with the bat in the recent times. Dhoni was far from his best in the Asia Cup, scoring 77 runs in four innings with an average of 19.25 and a strike rate of 62.09. In whole of 2018, he has batted 10 times in 15 matches, averaging 28.12 with a strike rate of 67.36. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan (Vice-Captain), Rishabh Pant, Kuldeep Yadav, Jason Holder, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ashley Nurse, Shai Hope, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, Shimron Hetmyer
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12Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 12 After hammering Zimbabwe in the ODI series. The Proteas carried their momentum into the T20's and now aim to seal T20I series, when they welcome the tourists to Senwes Park for the second T20I of the three-match series. South Africa have won all four T20 games they have played against the neighbors and are like to continue their winning streak. The hosts went into this series on the back of a 1-2 drubbing against India followed by a defeat in only T20I against Sri Lanka. But are now got themselves back on the winning track with a comfortable win in the first game at Buffalo Park. After winning the first T20 without even breaking a sweat, they would be tempted to stick with the same winning combination. Zimbabwe defeat at Buffalo Park extended their losing streak in T20I's and they have now lost all seven matches they have played in the shortest format of the game this year. They started the year with two back-to-back defeats against Afghanistan in Sharjah, before losing all four games they played against Pakistan and Australia in the T20 Tri-Nation Series in Harare. Best economical pick – Rassie van der Dussen, having impressed in franchise cricket, took his opportunity on his T20 international debut as he hit a half-century against Zimbabwe, scoring 56 from 44 balls and sharing important rebuilding partnerships with Faf du Plessis and David Miller. Top captains & vice captains – David Miller will be danger man with the bat, having hit an impressive 39 in the previous game. Miller hit an unbeaten century from just 36 balls when South Africa last played at Senwes Park, meanwhile – hitting seven fours and nine sixes in his innings. Peter Moor gave visitors something to be cheerful about in the defeat at Buffalo Park, however, a late 44 from 21 balls, including five sixes, to add some respect to the score line. He will be eager to replicate his show in the second T20I. Smart pick – For a really long time, Tabraiz Shamsi has been coming in and going out of contention, but no one can disregard the special talent he’s blessed with. The chinaman bowler will have a bigger role to play given Tahir gets rested and it will be a stern test of his ability against a highly-spirited batting line-up. Cautious Pick – Brendan Taylor is certainly Zimbabwe’s best batsman, and was in scintillating form earlier in the year in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 at home. But, against South Africa, he has been below his best. My XI – David Miller (Captain), Peter Moor (Vice-Captain), Tabraiz Shamsi, Rassie van der Dussen, Quinton de Kock, Lungi Ngidi, Kyle Jarvis, Sean Williams, Faf du Plessis, Jean-Paul Duminy, Solomon Mire
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11Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 12 The first Test between India and Windies was a one-sided affair which Indian won comfortably by an innings and 272 runs that also happened to be India’s biggest Test victory till date. Now, the next Test is set to be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. Even in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the present pacers are giving their best no matter what the situation is. Even after Windies’ shocking loss, players like Roston Chase and Kieran Powell showed promise with the bat in the first Test. Chase was effective in the 1st innings while Powell played well in the 2nd innings for their side. As the pitch in Hyderabad expected to be similar to the one created in Rajkot, both these players can play more sensibly this time to score big. Best economical pick – Prithvi Shaw became an overnight sensation as he bamboozled the Caribbean bowling attack to become the youngest Indian to score a Test hundred on debut. The U19 skipper showed no sign of nerves and got off to his natural attacking game from the first ball, with none of the ball touching his pads. He bagged the Man of the Match honours for his splendid performance in the first test. Top captains & vice captains – Captain Virat Kohli continued his dream run as he crossed his 24th Test ton, becoming the second fastest after Sir Don Bradman to reach the mark. He top scored for India with a calculative knock of 139. Virat enjoys playing against Windies as he scored his first double ton against them, and never looked back since then. Ravindra Jadeja continued his rich vein of form across formats as he breached the three-figure barrier to notch his maiden international ton in front of his home crowd. He also claimed 4 wickets and was involved in a comical run out whereby he sent back Hetmyer. Smart pick – Rishabh Pant unleashed himself on a below average bowling attack. Nevertheless, it demonstrates his attacking mindset, something which he will be aiming to carry forward in the second Test. Pant, who missed his century by 8 runs in the first match, would be looking to make amends this time round. Cautious Pick – Ajinkya Rahane had a mediocre tour of England where he scored 257 runs in 10 innings. Being the vice-captain of the team, Rahane was able to hold on to his place in spite of the repeated failures. In the first Test, Rahane scored an unconvincing 41 off 92 balls. He was not at all fluent in his innings though the team was in a commanding position to press the accelerator. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Ravindra Jadeja (Vice-Captain), Prithvi Shaw, D Bishoo, Shai Hope, R Ashwin, Rishabh Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara, Kuldeep Yadav, Jason Holder, Kieran Powell
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09Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs England on October 10,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs England on October 10 The Asian Islanders are set to take on the world number one ODI side, England in the opening fixture of five-match ODI series at Dambulla. Both the teams have played 70 ODIs against each other, with Sri Lanka marginally edging the head-to-head scoreline 34-33, with one tie and one no result. The Islanders will aim for a fresh start after their disappointing show at Asia Cup 2018, where they lost both the group matches against Bangladesh and Afghanistan by big margins. They were dismissed for just 124 in a 137-run loss to Tigers and were then bowled out for 158 by Afghans in a 91-run loss. England have won their last eight bilateral ODI series, including whitewashing Australia on the back of some record-breaking batting before coming from behind to beat India 2-1 most recently. They did lose a one-off match against Scotland in between, but that has been a rare blip in a stunning run of form and one may expect them to start as favorites. Best economical pick – England will bank on the likes of Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy, who have been in stunning form in recent times, to provide them with a quick start at the top. Bairstow has hit 615 runs in his last ten ODI innings while Roy averages 52 in his last eight games, during which he has scored 416 runs. Top captains & vice captains – England's Test captain, and deputy to Morgan in ODIs, Joe Root has been one of his team's most consistent batsmen. While he always is a key cog in the England line-up, his value in Sri Lanka will probably be higher because of his ability to tackle spin. In the series against India, he scored a total of 216 runs from three innings, looking comfortable against the tweakers even as his teammates had to battle their way through. This will be a hugely important series for Dinesh Chandimal, who returns as the team's captain. He missed out on the Asia Cup through injury and had also missed the home series against South Africa because of a disciplinary sanction. So he will want to make a mark with a big score. His average of 32.69 hardly does justice to his ability, and he'll be keen to improve that figure. How he does not only as batsman but also as captain could determine Sri Lanka's fortunes. Smart pick – Thisara Perera has done a decent job for Sri Lanka in ODIs and has taken 19 wickets in last ten ODIs including 5/55 against Afghanistan. He is expected to cause problems for England in home conditions. Cautious Pick – Sri Lankan Opening batsman Upul Tharanga has been a fulcrum of the Lankan batting lineup for over a decade now. With an experience of 229 ODIs, the 33-year-old veteran has failed totally in ODIs this year. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Dinesh Chandimal (Vice-Captain), Jason Roy, Thisara Perera, Adil Rashid, Akila Dananjaya, Lasith Malinga, Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Niroshan Dickwella, Moeen Ali
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09Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 9 Although South Africa clean swept Zimbabwe 3-0 it in ODI series, the win wasn’t as convincing. Once, one of the most dominant sides in limited-overs cricketers, the Proteas have a lot of problems to address ahead of the World Cup 2019. However, brushing aside all the wounds and woes, they will be squaring off against Zimbabwe for a 3-match T20I series. Many of the players who featured in the ODI series will be playing the T20I series as well. But, the return of Faf du Plessis at the helm and Quinton de Kock behind the stumps is expected to give the side a major boost. As far as Zimbabwe is concerned, it is with the willow where they are falling short. The batsmen need to pull up their sleeves and get the runs to put pressure on the opposition. Although the bowlers have fared very well in the ODI series, the batters let them down. It will be crucial to get a get total on the board if they are fancy a chance of winning the game. Best economical pick – Elton Chigumbura with 16 wickets in 23 T20I innings will be the biggest threat for the South African batsmen. While Tendai Chatara was the pick of the Zimbabwean bowlers in the ODI series with six wickets and will be expected to get some quick wickets in the T20Is as well. Top captains & vice captains – Imran Tahir: The leg-spinner, who has a bowling average of 15.85 in the shortest format of the game, will be the vital cog in the bowling wheel. He was immensely effective throughout the ODI series and should carry his form in the T20Is. Hamilton Masakadza, Zimbabwe's highest-ranked batsman, will be their best chance of putting up a fight against the hosts. He will look to capitalise on the inexperienced bowling in the opposition camp and be the pivot around which the big-hitters revolve. Smart pick – After being rested for the ODI series, Quinton de Kock is back in the T20I squad. With him playing professional cricket after a while, all eyes will be set firm on him. He is an important part of South Africa’s World Cup plans next year and runs under his belt in this series will boost his morale. Cautious Pick – One of the most experienced players in the Zimbabwe lineup, Brendan Taylor doesn’t have the best of records in T20Is. He scored only 537 runs in 27 games at an average of 23 and strike rate of 115. My XI – Imran Tahir (Captain), Hamilton Masakadza (Vice-Captain), Elton Chigumbura, Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Tabraiz Shamsi, Jean-Paul Duminy, Heinrich Klaasen, Sean Williams, Brandon Mavuta
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03Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 4,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 4 With all the buzz around Rohit Sharma's exclusion from the test squad to concerns over Virat Kohli's fitness, the Indian team is ready to take on West Indies in the First test match at Saurashtra cricket stadium, Rajkot. The Rajkot pitch is expected to support pacers as BCCI has reportedly asked for bouncy pitches. This decision has been taken keeping in mind the long tour of Australia in November this year. Virat Kohli would be keen to go with three pacers and two spinners in the lineup while West Indies will probably be going with four pacers and one spinner in the game. The West Indies team led by Jason Holder will be going with the mindset of making an upset against India and to give a message to not take the team lightly. Best economical pick – D Bishoo is one of the experienced spinners for the West Indies. We know the amount of success that leg-spinners are getting in the recent years especially in the subcontinent this makes Bishoo the man to watch out for. Bishoo in the last 12 months has been in good form picking up 17 wickets in 6 matches at an average of 29.82. He had a great outing in Zimbabwe where he picked up 13 wickets in 2 matches. Top captains & vice captains – After a much-needed rest, Virat Kohli will be returning to lead India for this short Test series before playing the shorter formats of the game. He has taken his game to a whole new level, and his consistency is completely out of the world. He keeps on working on his game, and fitness. Virat enjoys playing against Windies as he scored his first double ton against them, and never looked back since then. Ravindra Jadeja found a fresh lease of life when he got picked for the Asia Cup on the back of his good performances in the final Test match against England. He got his mojo back with the bat and chipped in with few useful knocks in the Asia Cup. With the surfaces in India assisting spinners, Jadeja is deadly dangerous with the ball and a game changer with the bat on his day. Smart pick – Shai Hope has had a good run in recent times and has been named the West Indies male cricketer of the year 2018. Hope in the last two years has scored more than 1000 runs at an average of 37. Cautious Pick – India’s Test Series in England was one of the most difficult overseas tours of Ajinkya Rahane’s career, scoring 257 Runs in 10 Innings at an average of 25.70. A couple of half-centuries aside, he looked low on confidence, self-belief and was getting dismissed in similar fashion multiple times in England. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Ravindra Jadeja (Vice-Captain), D Bishoo, Shai Hope, Lokesh Rahul, R Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Rishabh Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara, Shane Dowrich, Kieran Powell
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03Oct2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 3,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 3 South Africa will not be happy despite winning the series opener against Zimbabwe in Kimberley. They lost five wickets chasing down a meagre total of 118 runs and at one stage, the game could’ve gone either way with them struggling at 58/4. They were keen to giving everyone an opportunity in this series but an under-par effort from the top-order has made things a bit tough now. Zimbabwe, on the other hand, should concentrate on improving their batting which is supposed to be their stronger suit. The bowling attack looked potent against this South African side and one felt that a few more runs would’ve made the previous game interesting. The likes of Brendan Taylor and Sean Williams along with Craig Ervine and Hamilton Masakadza have to play a big knock to give bowlers some chance. The Proteas bowling attack though is in the best possible space currently. Everyone including the all-rounders Andile Phehlukwayo and Willem Mulder were among the wickets and there is a possibility of the team management trying out some of the benched players in this department before departing for Australia. Best economical pick – Tendai Chatara has been the most consistent Zimbabwean quick in recent times – in the last two years he has taken 40 wickets from 29 games at 27.60. After a good show in the first game, he will want to better on that performance and set the benchmark for his team's bowling attack. Top captains & vice captains – Heinrich Klaasen proved his mettle against India earlier this year and ever since then, he has been on the radar. In the first ODI, the right-hander calmed the jangling nerves in the low chase and played a defining 44-run knock and looks in good shape at the moment. Their most experienced campaigner JP Duminy continues to be the key man for South Africa. The stand-in skipper has a couple of half-centuries from five ODIs at this ground and his knock will become even more important should the hosts lose early wickets again. Smart pick – With the experience of 81 ODIs, Craig Ervine has been one of the finest batsmen for Zimbabwe over the years. Batting at number three, he should look to hold the innings together and play out the new ball to make it easy for the more experienced and talented middle-order to come. Cautious Pick – After making a comeback to the ODI side after 3 years South African opener Dean Elgar failed to score in the first match of this series. He scored only 2 runs and looked out of touch. My XI – Heinrich Klaasen (Captain), JP Duminy(Vice-Captain), Craig Ervine, Tendai Chatara, Reeza Hendricks, Aiden Markram, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Peter Moor, Imran Tahir, Solomon Mire
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29Sep2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on September 30,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on September 30 South Africa will be looking to kick Start ODI series on a winning note when they face rejuvenated Zimbabwe in the opening fixture of 2018 series at the Diamond Oval in Kimberly on Sunday, September 30. Both teams have played 37 ODIs against each other with the South Africans comprehensively leading the scoreline 35-2. South Africa begin as overwhelming favourites to win this first one-day international of the three-match series. They have beaten Zimbabwe in their last 27 ODI meetings and even though some of the big names like Hashim Amla, Faf du Plessis and Quinton de Kock are missing from their side, they still are a lot superior in all aspects of the game. In the absence of regular skipper Faf du Plessis, who has been ruled out of the ODI series with a shoulder injury. The stand-in skipper JP Duminy will lead the side. For Zimbabwe, the return of Brendan Taylor, Sean Williams and Craig Ervine has given them a big boost ahead of South Africa tour. The trio had earlier made themselves unavailable for selection due to a prolonged pay dispute with the Zimbabwean cricket board but now are back after sorting things out. Best economical pick – Elton Chigumbura has taken the most ODI wickets for Zimbabwe from this current squad and he is going to be their go-to men when it comes to bowling. He will be eager to make a mark against the South African side. Top captains & vice captains – In the absence of their batting trio, South Africa's batting will depend solely on JP Duminy. He scored the most 227 runs for his side in the last ODI series against Sri Lanka and he is going to be the key man for the Proteas. While Zimbabwe received a big boost in their batting department with the return of their batting trio, they could be a little rusty from not having played at the international level for a while. Brendan Taylor is the big gun in this Zimbabwean batting line-up and will bear the responsibility to guide the team towards a big total. Smart pick – The Proteas have had a formidable bowling attack with Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi and Dale Steyn being their go to men. Dale Steyn is the team's leading ODI wicket-taker from this squad with 180 wickets and the pacer is making a comeback after a long layoff and he will be eager to perform on the international stage. Cautious Pick – The last Sri Lankan tour was a disaster for Aiden Markram. He failed to play spin in the test series and then in the ODI series he scored only 23 runs in 3 matches. Pick him in your team at your own risk. My XI – JP Duminy (Captain), Brendan Taylor (Vice-Captain), Dale Steyn, Elton Chigumbura, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Peter Moor, Reeza Hendricks, Solomon Mire, Craig Ervine, Heinrich Klaasen
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