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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on August 20,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on August 20 The Sri Lanka Test side had a tough time competing against the No. 1 ranked Indian team in the recently concluded 3-match Test series. The hosts were whitewashed 3-0 for the first time by a visiting nation since the Test series against Australia in 2004. However, the result of the series was pretty much similar to the one expected from a dominant India who have a far better composition when compared to a young and inexperienced Lankan side. The Sri Lanka-India battle will move to the ODI format and the home side will want to put some fight at least in this series. To make a difference, they have brought back the veteran players while India decided to induce young blood and new faces as not more than 5 players who were a part of Test XI will be playing in the ODI series. · Best economical pick – Hardik Pandya made his Test debut in this series and straight away, he made a great impact for the side. He scored a terrific hundred coming in at number 8 in the third Test and also picked up some crucial wickets whenever the ball was thrown at him. · Top captains & vice captains – The No.1 ODI batsman at the moment Virat Kohli has not the best test series as a batter by Virat Kohli’s standards, the skipper did fulfil his part in the side. He also scored a terrific hundred in the first Test and helped his side register a mammoth second innings lead. Though he amassed just 151 runs in the series, he will be happy with a fact that he led his side to an emphatic series win. The Player of the Series in the tests Shikhar Dhawan amassed his runs at a staggering pace and he took the onus upon himself to slay the opposition. He notched two hundreds and piled up 358 runs at an average of 89.50 in 4 innings. He will look to continue his for in ODIs also. · Smart pick – Niroshan Dickwella was fantastic behind the stumps and also added some crucial runs coming in the middle order in the test series. In 3 games, he scored 227 runs at an average of 38 and finished as the second highest run scorer amongst the Islanders. · Cautious Pick – Left-arm orthodox spinner Malinda Pushpakumara who played in the recently concluded Test series will be making his ODI debut. He was very expensive in the Test Series, so don’t pick him in your squad. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan (Vice-Captain), Niroshan Dickwella, Lokesh Rahul, Kuldeep Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Lakshan Sandakan, Kedar Jadhav, Kusal Mendis, Lasith Malinga
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on August 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on August 17 English cricket takes a step into the dark on Thursday with the first day-night Test played in the country as Joe Root's side face West Indies at Edgbaston. The opening game of a three-match series will be only the fifth Test anywhere to be played under the day-night format since Australia and New Zealand contested the first in Adelaide in November 2015. West Indies will have to play exceptionally well to even compete against England. The tourists have lost six consecutive Test series, their most recent win coming against Bangladesh in 2014. West Indies will be without several key players - including Chris Gayle, Darren Bravo, Darren Sammy and Marlon Samuels - after a number of disputes in the Caribbean between the board and its players. Many of West Indies' star names opt to play in lucrative global Twenty20 competitions rather than in the domestic league. · Best economical pick – Kemar Roach has been recalled to West Indies' Test squad for the series in England. Roach, who had been dropped on form in 2016, hit his stride in the domestic first-class tournament, the Professional Cricket League, and was the most effective of Barbados' fast bowlers with 23 wickets at 16.17. · Top captains & vice captains –Man of the series in the recently concluded England-South Africa series, Moeen Ali has scored 270 runs in the series apart from the 25 wickets he claimed. It also included a hat-trick at Oval which ended the match for South Africans. Moeen Ali became the first player in Test cricket to score 250 runs and take 25 wickets in a Test series of 4 or fewer games. Seven other players have done this double in 5 or more match series. The England captain has made it a habit to be amongst the runs no matter what. Despite the conditions and the odds being against him when he was at the crease in the fourth test, Joe Root showed what mettle he has with the willow in hand. · Smart pick – In the recently concluded series against South Africa, Jonny Bairstow constantly chipped in with contributions lower down the order, batting at 5 down. He missed out on a ton in the fourth Test match at Manchester in the second innings as he was adjudged LBW on 99. He scored three half centuries in the series in which he scored 330 at an average of 41.2. · Cautious Pick – Tom Westley had a very quiet time in the test series against South Africa. The new entrant to the national side was expected to make some hustle in the series but remained quite ineffective in that series. My XI – Moeen Ali (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain), Kemar Roach, Jonny Bairstow, Kraigg Brathwaite, Kieran Powell, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Devendra Bishoo, Mark Stoneman, Alzarri Joseph.
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on August 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on August 12 India now sniff a whitewash as they prepare to take on the hosts in this dead rubber. The third and the final test gets underway from August 12 at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. Sri Lanka are going through a rough patch in test cricket. In the seven matches they have played this year, they have been able to secure just two wins and that too have come against minnows Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. In the ongoing series, the hosts have struggled in all three departments of the game. India have lost just one test match out of the seven they have played this year and have won four and drawn one of their previous five matches. Most of their wins have been achieved by big margins which shows why they are the no. 1 ranked test team in the world. · Best economical pick – Dimuth Karunaratne’s contribution in the second inning was of equal importance as that of Kusal Mendis’s if not more. While Kusal Mendis played a knock defined by elegant stroke plays. Karunaratne stood as a brick wall in front of the Indians. His knock of 141 runs kept the scoreboard ticking throughout and stabilized the Sri Lankan inning for a long period of time. · Top captains & vice captains – Cheteshwar Pujara took it upon himself to do the bulk of the scoring and brought up his 14th Test ton, following the century at Colombo. Together with Rahane, the duo took India to the driving seat with their mammoth partnership of 217 runs. Pujara’s 133 came at a strike rate of 57 and contained 11 boundaries and 1 six. India was precariously placed at 133/3 after Kohli was dismissed and Ajinkya Rahane stitched a vital partnership with Pujara to save the day for India yet again. He brought up a Test ton after a period of 18 innings and 10 Test matches. · Smart pick – With wickets falling at regular intervals around him, Sri Lankan limited over opening sensation Niroshan Dickwella, showed the way how to deal with the mighty Indian attack on a difficult pitch. His aggressive approach rattled the Indians somewhat as he scored a lightning 51 off just 48 balls in his typical counter-attacking style. · Cautious Pick – Debutant Pushpakumara continued to deliver boundary balls every over to make matters worse for his side. Even though he picked up a couple of wickets in the match, he went for an economy of over 4. He conceded 156 runs of his 38 overs in the first innings. My XI – C Pujara (Captain), Ajinkya Rahane (Vice-Captain), Dimuth Karunaratne, Niroshan Dickwella, Lokesh Rahul, R Ashwin, Kuldeep Yadav, Lakshan Sandakan, Hardik Pandya, Dhananjaya de Silva
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on August 4,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on August 4 The final match of a series spanning all three formats between South Africa and England is upon us. England lead the Test series 2-1, having beaten South Africa by 239 runs in the third Test after a dominant performance which saw Moeen Ali take a hat-trick, and the team create a record for causing the most golden ducks in an innings in a Test match. South Africa need to prove themselves when they meet England for the last time in this series at Old Trafford after losing the previous Test. Of all of South Africa’s problems, you would not expect one of them to be that the batsmen don’t actually use their bats. The Proteas were outclassed in the third Test on all fronts and will want to end the series on a high, avoiding even a draw, an unlikely outcome in any case as they look to level the series 2-2. · Best economical pick – After a forgettable captaincy debut at Lord’s, Dean Elgar came back brilliantly with the bat in the second innings of the Second Test Match with an 80 off 135 balls. He followed it up with a sensational ton in the Third Test match, where he displayed the art of survival with his knock of 136. · Top captains & vice captains – For the ninth consecutive Test Joe Root made a 50. But the more important feature was that England got back on the rails after Nottingham without the captain making a massive contribution and using up too much energy early in his reign. England’s leading wicket-taker in this series with 18 wickets Moeen Ali was the man of the hour after he claimed a hat-trick against South Africa on the fifth day of the third Test at The Oval, which the hosts won by a comprehensive margin. Which was also the first by an England spinner since Tom Goddard in 1938-39. Ali’s consistency with the ball has been a key factor behind England’s success in this series, and they will be hoping he can keep up the good work. · Smart pick – England all-rounder Ben Stokes turned the heat on South Africa at The Oval. First, he scored a significant ton with the bat to get England’s first innings total to a respectable 353 and then he followed it up with a lively spell of 2/51 in the second innings, during which he was on a hat-trick too. · Cautious Pick – Dawid Malan might miss out the 4th test, instead of Jennings, after a poor showing in the third Test. He scored just 1 and 10 in his two chances to bat. The other two debutants had a good Test, with Roland-Jones ripping the Proteas’ top order apart, taking all of the top four in the first innings. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Moeen Ali (Vice-Captain), Dean Elgar, Ben Stokes, Temba Bavuma, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada, Toby Roland-Jones, Jonny Bairstow, Hashim Amla, Keaton Jennings
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on August 3,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on August 3 After getting thumped in the first Test at Galle, Sri Lanka are looking for answers. They are on the verge of capitulating to a successive Test series loss against India. Sri Lanka are known to be tough competitors, especially at home but their recent form has been alarming. India won the 3-match Test series in 2015 after a gap of 23 years when they beat the Islanders by a margin of 2-1. · Best economical pick – Dimuth Karunaratne could score just 2 runs off 9 balls in the first innings. He was the top scorer for the Sri Lankan side in the second inning with 97 runs to his name. His courageous inning came at a point when wickets were falling at regular intervals on the other end. The left handed batsman took the pressure upon himself and somewhat stabilized the innings staying on the pitch facing as many as 208 deliveries. · Top captains & vice captains – The ever reliable source of getting runs, Cheteshwar Pujara once again has proven his worth coming in at number 3. A spectacular hundred from him helped India get a big score and he was brilliant at forward short leg taking a couple of sharp catches. A hundred from the skipper in the second innings was very imperative for him personally and he’d be glad to have some runs after his name. But Virat Kohli in prime is a lot better than what we saw on Day 3 and he even dropped an absolute sitter on the fourth day. · Smart pick – Shikhar Dhawan, who wasn’t in the scheme of things as far as Test cricket is concerned, looks set to retain his place in the side following a blitzkrieg innings on return at Galle. He literally batted Sri Lanka out of this Test match and put India in a commanding position in the first two sessions of the game. However, the juggernaut fell short by a mere 10 runs as he was caught by Angelo Mathews, off Pradeep. He went back to the pavilion amidst applause from the dressing room as well as the crowd for his superb knock of 190. · Cautious Pick – Sometimes, teams are heavily reliant on a single player to win games, but that backfires quite badly when that superstar player is targeted and hammered. Something similar happened in Rangana Herath’s case in first test as the 39-year-old entered the game with high expectations and failed to provide anything magical. He gave away 193 runs and took only 1 wicket in entire match. My XI – C Pujara (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Dimuth Karunaratne, S Dhawan, R Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Malinda Pushpakumara, Dilruwan Perera, Niroshan Dickwella, Lokesh Rahul, Lahiru Kumara
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on July 27,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on July 27 The penultimate Test match between South Africa and England is set to commence on Thursday at the Kennington Oval in London. This is a landmark Test match as The Oval will be hosting its 100 Test match. After winning the first Test at Lord’s, hosts England capitulated against a resurgent Proteas side at Nottingham. South Africa now have all the momentum and should be favored. But having the momentum didn’t do England much good in Nottingham. You could argue that England will regroup and bounce back from that disappointment and will be determined to put things right. But can they really be favorites after losing by 340 runs? Thumping, ultimately one-sided victories have been the story of the series, and of this England team, and of this ground in recent years. Both these teams have talent, but also fragility. Both have folded utterly when placed under pressure. · Best economical pick – Dean Elgar started promisingly in the second innings of second test, hitting Broad for back to back boundaries in his first over. He soon raised his 8th half-century in Test cricket, which was his second in as many Test matches. · Top captains & vice captains – He is back, Hashim Amla is back with a bang as the rock that broke the back of England’s seamers in both innings with 78 and 87. Infinite patience in both innings, and in the second instead of mishooking he pulled in front of square. Joe Root batted and Captained well in the second test, Got a bit giddy when the fastest and most brilliant. Test century by an England captain was within reach but could not do much about the out swinging Yorker. · Smart pick – It is a well-renowned fact that the partnership of Stuart Broad and James Anderson with the ball will be placed among the likes of Thompson-Lillee. Their performance in the first innings of the match was an exact exhibition of their ability to run through sides in tandem. Stuart Broad picked up three key wickets in the first innings. Broad took the key wickets of Kuhn, Amla. · Cautious Pick – Temba Bavuma failed again in 2nd Test. Two more soft dismissals - caught behind when withdrawing his bat and holing out at mid-off - although the second did not matter. For South Africa to win this series he has to step up from apprenticeship My XI – Hashim Amla (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain), Dean Elgar, Stuart Broad, Vernon Philander, Chris Morris, Quinton de Kock, Keaton Jennings, James Anderson, Heino Kuhn
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on July 26,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs India on July 26 The 3-match Test series between India and Sri Lanka is scheduled to begin from 26th July. It promises to be a good series because both the teams have pints to prove and starting a new era. While this will be India cricket team’s first series under the new coach Ravi Shastri, Sri Lanka are also going through a transformation phase and Rangana Herath will lead the side for the first time in Test cricket. Sri Lankan fans are hoping for a better performance from their team after a very ordinary show against Zimbabwe. Sri Lanka have not been able to recover after their three great players Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and Tilakarathne Dilshan announced their retirements from international cricket in quick succession. India, on other hand, are a very well balanced side and doing really well under the able leadership of Virat Kohli. In the grand home season 2016/17, India proved that they are very tough side to beat at home, and conditions in Sri Lanka will not be very different. · Best economical pick – Asela Gunaratne played what proved to be the match-defining innings in the one off test against Zimbabwe. When Dickwella was on the attack, Gunaratne played second fiddle to him and didn’t try to match him shot for shot. The duo added 121 runs for the 6th wicket in which Gunaratne contributed 50 runs. Gunaratne scored 80 off 151 balls. · Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli had 2 back to back successful series' with the bat before coming to this series. He was the 3rd highest run getter for India in the Champions trophy and in the West Indies tour Kohli had two failures in the series but managed to score 244 runs in 5 innings at 81.33 with a match winning century. Rangana Herath has climbed to the second position in the ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers after grabbing his eighth 10-wicket match haul and helping win the one-off Test against Zimbabwe. The 39-year-old Herath, who is the most successful left-arm spinner in Tests with a tally of 384 wickets in 81 matches, finished with a match haul of 11 for 249 in Colombo to move up a list. · Smart pick – Ajinkya Rahane got a chance to play a full series as an opener in the West Indies tour and performed brilliantly. He began well by scoring a solid 62 and went on to post scores of 102, 72, 60 and 39 to finish the series with 336 runs at 67.20. · Cautious Pick – Ravindra Jadeja has had poor outings since the ICC Champions Trophy. The same continued in the West Indies tour also as he failed to get a wicket. Jadeja went wicket less and had an economy rate of 3.75 in 2 games. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), R Herath (Vice-Captain), A Gunaratne, A Rahane, R Ashwin, B Kumar, Dilruwan Perera, N Dickwella, L Rahul, Dimuth Karunaratne, Kusal Mendis
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe on July 14,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe on July 14 Before the start of the series, Zimbabwe hadn’t won a single game against Sri Lanka in their own backyard. That they will end up winning a series in the Island was never envisaged by anyone. The side punched above their weight to record a memorable series win which marks the improvement Zimbabwean cricket has had over the last couple of seasons. Zimbabwe recorded a historic series win over Sri Lanka by defeating them at their home. Last time before this series, Zimbabwe won an ODI series against a full member nation was in 2013 against Bangladesh. Sri Lanka’s cricket reached its lowest ebb in recent times as they conceded a home ODI series to minnows Zimbabwe. The series was tied at 2-2 making the last ODI in Hambantota today a virtual final which was won by the visitors by 3 wickets and 71 balls to spare. Zimbabwe will look to replicate their ODI form into the one off test while Sri Lanka will look to take revenge of ODI series loss by winning the test series. · Best economical pick – The hero of Zimbabwe in the 5th ODI Sikandar Raza hit two strikes across the fence to overhaul Sri Lanka’s target with a ball short of 12 overs to spare. The 31-year old was adjudged the Man of the Match was his fine all-round performance. · Top captains & vice captains – Hamilton Masakadza was given the Player of the Series award for his fantastic run in the 5-match ODI series. He needs to carry the form into this game and provide a brisk start. He has coped with the spin in the island well by using the sweep shot to his advantage. Danushka Gunathilaka made his first entry into a Test squad, thanks largely to his excellent ODI form over the past six weeks. Gunathilaka scored 323 runs at an average of 64.60 to top the run charts in the recent Zimbabwe series. · Smart pick – Dinesh Chandimal has been named Sri Lanka's new Test captain, after Angelo Mathews stepped down from the role in all formats. Though Chandimal's patchy form in ODIs led to his exclusion from the recent squad to play Zimbabwe, he has matured as a Test batsman. He averages 41.17 since the start of 2015, and has scored 2540 runs at an average of 42.33. · Cautious Pick – Kusal Mendis played just 1 good innings in the ODI series where he scored 86 runs in the first ODI then got out for a first ball duck in 2 games of the ODI series. My XI – Hamilton Masakadza (Captain), Danushka Gunathilaka (Vice-Captain), Dinesh Chandimal, Sikandar Raza, Dimuth Karunaratne, Rangana Herath, Graeme Cremer, Lakshan Sandakan, Upul Tharanga, T Musakanda, Craig Ervine
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on July 14,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on July 14 Continuing their dominance over the visitors from limited-overs to Test cricket English beat South Africa in the first match at Lord’s by 211 runs and took a lead of 1-0 in the series. It was a remarkable performance by the England team to clinch an authoritative victory. It was England’s biggest victory against South Africa in terms of margin of runs since 1912. Skipper Joe Root, with 190 in the first innings total of 458, helped the hosts to victory but there was a bat and ball contribution from Moeen Ali which took the game away from the Proteas. Ali scored 87 in the first innings and went on to take 10 wickets in the match. The Proteas will rue that none of the four batsmen who made 50 in their first innings were able to kick on to make a big 100. There was a fight back in the second innings reducing England to 233 after they had put on 80 for the first wicket but chasing an unlikely 330 for victory, South Africa collapsed in a heap. The Proteas will welcome back skipper Faf du Plessis but Rabada is suspended for this second test. · Best economical pick – Captaining for the first time in tests, an exemplary fighter Dean Elgar scored a magnificent half century in the second innings. He will be relieved to give the captaincy back to faf du plesis for the second test. · Top captains & vice captains – An excellent start as captain Joe Root was firmly control of his bowlers and strategy, and more attacking in his field settings. Root put his team in a position of dominance with his innings of 190 in just 234 balls, at a strike rate of 81.1 in a Test match, smashing 27 boundaries and a couple of maximums. If there was one man who stole the show at the Lord’s Test, it was the commonly perceived Part-Timer Moeen Ali. His 87 off 147 balls was as important as that of Joe Root. After picking up four wickets in the first innings, he backed it up with figures of 6-53. He became the first player to score a half-century and to secure a ten-wicket haul in 37 years for England. · Smart pick – In his second innings of 51 Jonny Bairstow was at his best when bossing the bowling and organizing the tail, whereas in his first innings, coming in at 49 for 3 he was not so certain how to play it. · Cautious Pick – The South African Spin All Rounder JP Duminy dropped an important catch of Joe root in the first innings when he was batting on 16 and he has never lived up to the brilliance of his first 2 tests and likely to make way for Faf du plessis for 2nd test. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Moeen Ali (Vice-Captain), Dean Elgar, Morne Morkel, Vernon Philander, Keshav Maharaj, Jonny Bairstow, Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Ben Stokes, Keaton Jennings
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs India on July 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs India on July 9 With India dominating the one-day series, it is over to the one format the West Indies are still world-class in T20 internationals with both sides facing in each other in a one-off T20I in Jamaica on Sunday. The India squad remains the same from the one that played the five-match one-day series. The West Indies have gone with a stronger squad for the one-off T20 match, with Chris Gayle coming back into the side, all set to play at his home ground in Jamaica. The team that will be captained by Carlos Brathwaite will expect to pose a much stiffer competition to this Indian side than they managed in the ODIs, and looking at the squad, that does look likely. · Best economical pick – Kuldeep Yadav has been very impressive in his debut series. After two three-wicket hauls in his first two games, He managed to bag 2 wickets in his third outing for team India. Then went wicket less in 5th ODI but bowled an economical spell off 36 runs in his complete quota of 10 overs. · Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli yet again proved his credentials while chasing as the Indian skipper scored an unbeaten 111 against the Windies in the final ODI to clinch the series 3-1. With this hundred, Kohli now has 28 ODI centuries out of which he has scored 18 while chasing. He broke the record of most ODI centuries by a batsman while chasing which was earlier held by Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar who scored 17 hundreds in run chases. The series has definitely been the one to remember for the man of the series of ODI series Ajinkya Rahane. He has been instrumental in the series. With consistent scores of fifties and a century to his name in the first four games, then he scored 39 runs off 51 balls with 5 fours to his name in the fifth ODI. · Smart pick – The leading run scorer in T20 cricket and has the most number of sixes to his name. He also has the most number of T20 tons to his name. Chris Gayle has been recalled to the national side for the one off T20I against India. Gayle was not a part of the West Indies lineup that turned up for the 3 match T20I series against Afghanistan recently. Now, he has been roped in the squad as a replacement for Lendl Simmons. · Cautious Pick – Things have definitely not been very sweet for ace Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja in the recent times. In the team India outfit, Jadeja has had poor outings since the ICC Champions Trophy. The same continued in this series as he failed to get a wicket. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Ajinkya Rahane (Vice-Captain), Kuldeep Yadav, Chris Gayle, Mohammad Shami, Jerome Taylor, Hardik Pandya, Chadwick Walton, Kedar Jadhav, Evin Lewis, Bhuvneshwar Kumar
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