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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies v India on June 30,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies v India on June 30 After a disappointing washout in the first Match team India registered their biggest win in West Indies soil when they defeated West Indies by 105 runs in the second ODI. After having curtailed the match to 43 overs, the rains that played spoil-sport in the first ODI watched from a distance as Ajinkya Rahane crafted a crisp hundred. Ably assisted by Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, and some looseness at the back end of the innings from the West Indies, the visitors posted a daunting total of 310. An inexperienced West Indies batting line-up crumbled early on, Bhuvneshwar Kumar being the architect of the wickets. Shai Hope was promoted to open the innings and fought a lone battle with his 81. With the asking rate ballooning beyond their reach, the West Indies fell short by as many as 105 runs. With India in this sort of form, they will be favorites to win the third ODI and with it the series. · Best economical pick – Ajinkya Rahane is a class-act, who makes the most of his opportunities and doesn’t complain much. After scoring a solid half-century in the first ODI Rahane scored his 3rd ODI century in the second ODI when he smashed 103 runs off 104 balls with 10 fours and 2 sixes · Top captains & vice captains – The way Shikhar Dhawan is amassing runs by making a mockery of every bowling unit around the world, he looks quite determined in confirming his place in the long run. After scoring 87 runs in the first ODI Shikhar Dhawan continued his good form in the second ODI by scoring 63 runs off just 59 balls with 10 boundaries to his name. He lost the Champions Trophy finals against arch rival Pakistan then he has some off field controversy last few days, But Indian Skipper Virat Kohli's performance never dipped which shows his mental strength. The Indian captain hit an 87-runs knock of just 66 balls with just 4 fours and 4 sixes before being dismissed in the deep. · Smart pick – Shai Hope was the only hope for West Indies who could have taken his team to close to India’s total. He came to bat when West Indies was struggling at 4/2 The West Indies were entirely dependent on Hope, but he perished soon after for a valiant 81. · Cautious Pick – Jason Holder has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders. But he was not up to the mark in the second ODI. He was taken apart by the Indian batters and had a poor day. He bowled 2 waist height no balls in the last over and conceded 22 runs. My XI – Shikhar Dhawan (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Ajinkya Rahane, Shai Hope, B Kumar, Alzarri Joseph, Jonathan Carter, Kedar Jadhav, Rishabh Pant, Jason Mohammed, Kuldeep Yadav
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on June 25,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on June 25 The narrow victory in second match of this series noticed South Africa level the three-match collection at 1-1 because it bounced again from a nine-wicket defeat by England on Wednesday to set-up a winner-takes-all clash in Cardiff on Sunday. England have been on course for an unbeatable 2-0 lead whereas Roy and Johnny Bairstow shared a second-wicket stand of 110. However when Roy was given out obstructing the field, the primary time this had happened in a T20 worldwide, the innings fell away. England will wonder how they managed to lose a recreation that for thus lengthy they appeared sure to win. On a small floor and with a staff of big-hitting batsmen all the best way all the way down to David Willey at 10, the house aspect will have been assured of chasing down South Africa’s whole. But they collapsed dramatically and lost the match by just 3 runs. · Best economical pick – The Proteas seemed to lose some steam after that as debutant Tom Curran (3/33) impressed with his repertoire of deliveries. But Farhaan Behardien’s 32 off 21, in the end saw South Africa finish with 174/8 in their 20 overs. · Top captains & vice captains – The Man in form Jonny Bairstow continued his innings from where he had left in the previous game. Bairstow missed his fifty by just 3 runs as his departure in the 14th over saw the hosts lose their second wicket. He scored 47 off 37 balls with 8 fours and a six. AB de Villiers entertained with 3 towering sixes and 4 fours in his whirlwind knock of 20-ball 46. First he plundered Plunkett for 21 runs then raced on to 46 from just 19 balls as he got down on one knee to David Willey and lifted him over his shoulder for six down towards the River Tone but then he departed next ball, skewing a slog to cover. · Smart pick – The England opener Jason Roy looked a tad better on the day with free flowing boundary shots. He notched up a very desperately needed fifty. Roy appeared to be leading Morgan’s men to a victory in the second T20 before he was given out for obstructing the field in the 16th over, ending his blistering innings of 67. · Cautious Pick – 8 runs was needed off the last two balls with Liam Dawson on strike. Dawson hit one to long off that went for a four. With 4 needed off the final delivery, Dawson ended up missing it totally to hand South Africa a thrilling three run win. He went for 38 runs with his bowling too. My XI – Johnny Bairstow (Captain), AB de Villiers (Vice-Captain), Jason Roy, Farhaan Behardien, Chris Morris, Dane Paterson, Liam Plunkett, Tom Curran, JJ Smuts, David Miller, Sam Billings
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies v India on June 25,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies v India on June 25 The opener of the five match ODI series between India and West Indies was called off after persistent rains. West Indies skipper won the toss and elected to bowl first. Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan gave a perfect start to Indian innings by scoring 132 runs in 25 overs which is best opening partnership by India in West Indies soil. Both openers scored their individual fifties and mustered a century opening stand. Yuvraj Singh’s stay at the crease was a short one. He was sent packing on 4 by Jason Holder. In walked MS Dhoni to join Kohli at the crease. Just when the two had started settling in, rain poured down. The players walked off the park with India on 199/3 in 39.2 overs. Persistent rain allowed no further game and the match was called off. The two teams will now meet at the same venue on June 25 in the second ODI. · Best economical pick – West Indian Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, who was not considered for any of the three ODIs against the Afghans, was the pick of the bowlers with figures of one for 39 from his allotment of ten overs. · Top captains & vice captains – Shikhar Dhawan continued his good form from the Champions Trophy to blast yet another fifty. He missed his well-deserved century by just 13 runs when he was trapped in front by Devendra Bishoo for 87, which he scored off just 92 balls with 8 fours and 2 sixes. He completed his 3500 ODI runs in this match which is fastest by any Indian Btsman. Dhawan now holds the record of fastest Indian to score 1000, 1500, 2000, 2500, 3000, 3500 runs in ODIs. Indian Skipper Virat Kohli was looking good again in this match. At the time of rain break, Kohli was unbeaten on 30 off 45 balls with just a single four. · Smart pick – Coming to Indian ODI team after a long time Ajinkya Rahane gave India a steady and tremendous start. He and Shikhar Dhawan put an opening stand of 132 in 25 overs; the highest-ever opening stand for India on West Indian soil. The partnership ruptured when Rahane was deceived by a slower one from Alzarri Joseph after a brittle 78-ball 62. · Cautious Pick – Yuvraj Singh has been unable to replicate the form he showed when he scored an imperious 150 against England earlier in the year. He failed to make a difference in the middle order yet again as he was dismissed after making just 4 runs. It is only one of the several anonymous performances he has put in since scored a half-century against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy. · My XI – Shikhar Dhawan (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Ajinkya Rahane, Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Umesh Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Shai Hope, Jason Mohammed, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on June 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on June 23 In the opening game of a three-match Twenty20 series, likely to remain in the memory for at least a week, England thrashed South Africa by nine wickets with 33 balls to spare. England played extremely well, their opponents tepidly. It was another disappointingly one-sided contest we have seen plenty of those in the Champions Trophy but sadly not much was residing on the outcome of this one. Opting to bat first, the South Africa managed to assemble a mere 143 runs, which, in modern T20 standards, is well below par. England’s Johnny Bairstow had no qualms gunning down the target with an unbeaten 60, thus giving the hosts a 1-0 lead over South Africa in the 3-match series. South Africa will look to level the series by winning the second T20I while England will look to win another series against South Africa by defeating them in second T20I. · Best economical pick – Farhaan Behardien joined De Villiers one delivery into the fifth over and, although he remained not out for the rest of the innings, he struggled to accelerate to a total that would test England. Behardien made 64 not out from 52 balls with 4 fours and 2 sixes. Farhaan Behardien is available at a cheap budget of 8.5 so he will be an economical pick for your fantasy team. · Top captains & vice captains – Man of the Match Jonny Bairstow back to the England team with a bang. He took the chase by the scruff of the neck and smashed six boundaries and two maximums from just 35 balls with the right-hander needing just 29 balls to bring up his fifty. The South African Skipper AB de Villiers reached his 10th IT20 fifty off 49 balls (His slowest in T20 Cricket history), getting there with a phenomenal shot, stepping across his stumps and sweeping Willey for six. Though De Villiers slog-swept two wonderful maximums at the death, he struggled for timing in his 58-ball unbeaten 65. · Smart pick – The England opener Jason Roy, who dropped for the Champions Trophy semi-final after a barren run, got the hosts off to an electric start, taking three fours and a six from one Wayne Parnell over. He pondered 28 runs off 14 balls with 3 fours and 2 fours. · Cautious Pick – The South African All Rounder Wayne Parnell was punished upfront for 26 runs off his first 2 overs by the right-handed Roy, who took 23 runs off his second over. He can went for lot of runs with this type of bowling performances so be careful before picking him in your fantasy team. My XI – Johnny Bairstow (Captain), AB de Villiers (Vice-Captain), Jason Roy, Farhaan Behardien, Mark Wood, Imran Tahir, Liam Dawson, Alex Hales, JJ Smuts, David Willey
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies v India on June 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies v India on June 23 Team India look well set to take West Indies head on in the first ODI at Antigua on June 23. India coming to this ODI series after being thrashed by Pakistan in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy. India now placed on 3rd position of ICC ODI rankings. They will look to increase their rankings by winning this series. As far as the West Indies are concerned, this series against India carries great importance for them. The series will allow the West Indies to avoid an otherwise awkward qualifying round ahead of the 2019 World Cup. Currently, the West Indies are ranked 9th in the ICC ODI rankings. However, only the top 8 teams will qualify automatically for the main event (they will have to secure their position in the top 8 before a stipulated deadline). The India-series is the last realistic chance for the side to make the cut. · Best economical pick – West Indian Spinner Ashley Nurse was the pick of the bowler for West Indies in the last ODI series against Afghanistan where he took 4 wickets in 2 matches and before that series he picked up 6 wickets and scored some important runs down the order in the ODI series against Pakistan. · Top captains & vice captains – Shikhar Dhawan was the phenomenal force behind India’s success in the tournament. Dhawan had finished as the winner of the Golden bat last year. He managed to repeat his feat yet again as he ended up as the leading run scorer of the tournament. He scored 338 runs in the 5 matches that he played at an average of 67.60. Indian Skipper Virat Kohli was very consistent in Champions Trophy where he remained unbeaten on 3 occasions in the tournament. He mustered 258 runs in 5 matches at an average of 129 the best average among all batsmen in the tournament. · Smart pick – Bhuvaneswar Kumar is effective with the new ball and with the old ball alike. He ended up as India’s leading wicket taker in the tournament and the sixth overall. He finished with 7 wickets to his name in 5 matches. He bowled with an economy rate of 4.63. · Cautious Pick – Ravindra Jadeja was the main culprit of India's defeat in the champions Trophy final against Pakistan where he went for 67 runs off 8 overs and ran out inform Hardik Pandya while batting. · My XI – Shikhar Dhawan (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Bhuvaneswar Kumar, Ashley Nurse, Jason Mohammed, Alzarri Joseph, Hardik Pandya, Shai Hope, Rishabh Pant, Kedar Jadhav, Jonathan Carter
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on June 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on June 21 After an early exit from Champions Trophy South Africa will take on England in a 3 match T20 series starting from June 21. Earlier to Champions Trophy England defeated South Africa in the ODI series by 2-1. South Africa is now at 6th position of ICC T20 rankings. They will look to take revenge of ODI series defeat by winning this series. In the other hand England, Having lost to the Champions Trophy Semifinal to Pakistan rested their main players for this T20 series. England is now placed at 3rd position in ICC T20 rankings. AB De Villiers will lead South Africa instead of Faf du Plessis, who has returned home, following South Africa's group-stage exit from the Champions Trophy, to attend the birth of his first child. Test players Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock, JP Duminy and Kagiso Rabada have all been rested for the Twenty20 series as South Africa try to make sure their key players remain fresh on a lengthy three-month tour of England. · Best economical pick – The South African All Rounder Chris Morris has an average Champions Trophy with 52 runs and just 2 wickets to his name before coming to this T20 series. · Top captains & vice captains – England Skipper Eoin Morgan had a great Champions Trophy before coming to this series. He has scored 133 runs in 4 matches of Champions Trophy. He is naturally aggressive as a batsman and backs his instinct during adverse times as well and it provided rich dividends in the last game. The left-hander will have to again stand up and build an innings at No. 4 to give his side a perfect platform to surge towards the end. Because England’s top order is in outstanding form, Jos Buttler hasn’t got much of a hit in the Champions Trophy. In whatever time he has got in the middle in the tournament, Buttler has done reasonably well scoring 61* and 29*. Buttler is a big striker of the ball and can be handy during the latter parts of an innings. · Smart pick – Imran Tahir would be designated as the danger man from the South African bowling attack as far as England is concerned. He has an average Champions Trophy where he picked up 5 wickets in 3 matches with a good average and economy rate before coming to the T20 series. · Cautious Pick – Farhaan Behardien played the 2nd ODI against England and he was the main reason behind that defeat of South Africa against England. His innings 17 runs from 25 balls was criminal. It absolutely cost them the game. My XI – Eoin Morgan (Captain), Jos Buttler (Vice-Captain), Imran Tahir, Chris Morris, Alex Hales, David Miller, Mark Wood, Wayne Parnell, Liam Plunkett, AB de Villiers, Dwaine Pretorius
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs India on June 18,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs India on June 18 The defending champions India beat Bangladesh in the semi-final on Thursday to set a date with arch-rivals Pakistan in a blockbuster clash this Sunday. India have had a wonderful run in the Champions Trophy. They started off by beating Pakistan in the first group game. But in the next game, India were stunned by Sri Lanka. In the virtual quarter-final Kohli and his men came roaring out of the blocks. They first bowled out South Africa cheaply for 191 and then chased the total down the target with 8 wickets in hand. In the semis, they met neighbors Bangladesh and once again Kohli’s men were at their clinical best. Pakistan have also had a fantastic run in the tournament after the loss to India in the group stage, and Sunday’s final will be a mouth-watering clash for fans. · Best economical pick – With already 10 wickets to his credit in the ongoing Champions Trophy, Pakistan’s young fast bowling sensation Hassan Ali has become the leading contender of the best bowler of the tournament. Hassan got the bowling figures of three for 35 in his quota of ten overs in the semifinal against England. · Top captains & vice captains – Indian Skipper Virat Kohli scored another match winning knock while chasing in ODIs. His work wasn’t too challenging but he went about his business very professionally by scoring a fluent 96*. Virat Kohli has scored 253 runs with an astonishing average of 253 in 4 innings of this Champions Trophy So far. Kohli has already two fifty-plus scores in the mega event but this knock was his most fluent and was very attractive as well. The leading run scorer of this Champions ttrophy Shikhar Dhawan failed to score a fifty for the first time in this tournament. He has scored 317 runs in 4 matches with 2 fifties and 1 hundred with an average of 79.25 and a strike rate of 102.25 in this Champions Trophy So far. · Smart pick – The second most run getter of this Champions Trophy with 304 runs at an average of 101.33 in just 4 innings Rohit Sharma smashed his 11th ODI century in the semifinal match against Bangladesh. Rohit’s knock set the tone for the chase and he remained unbeaten on 123 when the last runs were knocked off. · Cautious Pick – Hardik Pandya went for 34 runs off his 4 overs in the semifinal against Bangladesh. Pandya needs to improve his bowling as he has a tendency of leaking runs at crucial junctures of the game. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan (Vice-Captain), Hassan Ali, Rohit Sharma, Fakhar Zaman, Junaid Khan, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sarfraz Ahmed, Ravindra Jadeja, Azhar Ali
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs India on June 15,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs India on June 15 Bangladesh might have surprised quite a few people by reaching the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy 2017, but the defending champions and the world superpower, as everyone expected, have made it through to the semi-finals but it hasn’t been the smoothest run. India reached semifinals after two utterly dominant wins, over Pakistan and South Africa, sandwich a shock loss to Sri Lanka. In the other hand Bangladesh were far from disgraced in their first-up defeat to England, piling on 305 before being run down by the tournament’s biggest hitters. They were well and truly on the ropes against Australia before the rain came and saved their tournament. A five-wicket win over New Zealand with 16 balls to spare booked a berth in the semi-finals, once Australia failed to beat England. Can Bangladesh stun the world? It seems highly doubtful. India to win. · Best economical pick – Jasprit Bumrah bowled extremely well and kept the South African batsmen at bay. Although he didn’t pick up any wickets in the first spell, he came back during the slog overs and sent back Chris Morris and Andile Phehlukwayo to end with figures of 28/2 in 8 overs and judged man of the match against South Africa. · Top captains & vice captains – In a batting line-up that boasts the likes of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma and Yuvraj Singh, it has been Shikhar Dhawan who has done the damage. Shikhar Dhawan has been in an outstanding form in this tournament and once more turned up with a lovely innings. Despite the early loss of Rohit, he went on with his job unflustered. He scored 78 off 83 balls with 12 fours and a six. The veteran is the tournament’s leading run scorer, with 271 runs at 90.33. Tamim Iqbal has been a rock at the top of the order for Bangladesh, with 128 against England and 95 against Australia. · Smart pick – Shakib al Hasan as a batsman has been outstanding, with his century against New Zealand winning them a spot in the finals. But the world’s No.1-ranked ODI all-rounder has been a non-factor with the ball, going wicket less through three matches and leaking runs at 6.33 per over.. · Cautious Pick – The Bangladesh middle order batsman Sabbir Rahman has been in very poor form in this tournament. He has scored just 40 runs in the 3 matches with an ordinary average of 13 so far. So before trading him in your fantasy team be careful. My XI – Shikhar Dhawan (Captain), Tamim Iqbal (Vice-Captain), Jasprit Bumrah, Shakib Al Hasan, Virat Kohli, Rubel Hossain, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mosaddek Hossain, Mahmudullah, Hardik Pandya, Yuvraj Singh
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Pakistan on June 14,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Pakistan on June 14 England has charged into the semi-finals as the tournament’s only undefeated team, and all three victories have been comfortable. An 87-run shellacking of New Zealand, an eight-wicket win over Bangladesh with nearly three overs to spare and a 40-run Duckworth-Lewis win over Australia. They look ominous. In the other end Pakistan the lowest-ranked team at the start of the tournament, and surely a shock semi-finalist in anyone’s books. A boom or bust team and certainly one with a taste for upsets. Looked like they were in for a rough tournament after a first-up flogging at the hands of archrivals India but Pakistan regrouped beautifully to stun South Africa and open up Group B. That turned Monday’s clash with Sri Lanka into a quarter-final, which they won with 31 balls remaining. It’s been a fairly surprising tournament to date, but even with the amount of upsets tossed up already it’s hard to see anything but an England win here. · Best economical pick – Playing just his 2nd ODI Fakhar Zaman took on the new ball bowlers to make an early headway into the chase. Zaman recorded his maiden ODI fifty off just 35 balls to set up the chase for his side. He will be gutted to not convert this knock into a big innings. · Top captains & vice captains – The best all-rounder in the world right now is Ben Stokes and he smashed a century to lead England to recovery from 35 for three in pursuit of 278 to defeat Australia. He stayed unbeaten at 102 off 109 balls with 13 fours and 2 sixes. Stokes was adjudged the Man of the Match for his match-winning effort. The England Skipper Eoin Morgan came to bat when his team was struggling at 6/2 which later worsened to 35/3. In the situation of crisis, he stood up and inflicted a counter-attack. Morgan scored 87 off 81 balls with 8 fours and 5 sixes. · Smart pick – Junaid Khan has played just two matches, but they’ve delivered two victories. And more importantly, he’s bowled superbly in both taking five wickets at an average of 18.60. · Cautious Pick – The England opener Jason Roy has had a poor run in the tournament and in this match as well, he failed to come good. Roy struck the first ball of the innings down the ground for a boundary. But was struck on the pad by Mitchell Starc off the next ball to which the umpire raised his finger and he had to make the long walk back. Roy is averaging a paltry six from three knocks and has faced just 33 balls. My XI – Ben Stokes (Captain), Eoin Morgan (Vice-Captain), Fakhar Zaman, Junaid Khan, Babar Azam, Liam Plunkett, Hasan Ali, Jos Buttler, Joe Root, Alex Hales, Moeen Ali
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs Pakistan on June 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs Pakistan on June 12 Sri Lanka thrashed India in their second group game to keep them alive in the competition. They might have been called as the ‘underdogs’ but they were professional in their approach. Chasing down 322 with 7 wickets in hand and 8 balls to spare is a convincing win by any standards. In the other hand Pakistan kept their campaign alive after getting the better of the top ranked ODI side in the world. Whichever team among Sri Lanka and Pakistan wins this game will be making it through to the semis. However, none of them will qualify in the case if both the last two Group B games end with the teams sharing points; in case of a tie or a washout. If the India South Africa game ends with the teams taking one point each, the winner of SL-PAK will finish as the table topper. · Best economical pick – Sri Lankan Opener Danushka Gunathilaka was the one who started the onslaught early on which rubbed on Kusal Mendis later. The 26-year old was in exemplary form hitting 7 fours and 2 sixes in his 72-ball innings. If he hadn’t run himself out, Gunathilaka would have scored more runs than his eventual score of 76. · Top captains & vice captains – Kusal Mendis was run out for a fine 89 which needed just 93 balls. Mendis punished anything lose from the Indian bowlers. His innings was studded with 11 boundaries and a six. The 22-year old was adjudged the Man of The Match for his fine knock. Asela Gunaratne displayed his big hitting abilities and closed out the game for his side before any minor hiccup. He struck the ball cleanly and hit two sixes and as many fours in his 21-ball 34. He gave the right knockout punch to India and also chipped in with three overs earlier, giving away just 7 runs and picking the wicket of Yuvraj Singh. · Smart pick – After a dismal show against India, Imad Wasim made a terrific comeback in this match. He ended with figures of 20/2 from 8 overs and bagged the two most important wickets of the South African innings Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers. · Cautious Pick – After bowling 2 tight overs early on, Suranga Lakmal was targeted by Rohit and Dhawan as the duo hit him for two boundaries each in his next two overs. From there on, it became from bad to worse for this fast bowler. He eventually finished with 1/72 form ten overs. My XI – Kusal Mendis (Captain), Asela Gunaratne (Vice-Captain), Imad Wasim, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan, Nuwan Pradeep, Danushka Gunathilaka, Niroshan Dickwella, Angelo Mathews, Shoaib Malik, Azhar Ali
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