CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs West Indies on December 11,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs West Indies on December 11 With a one-game advantage, Bangladesh are all set to face West Indies in the second ODI at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Dhaka on Tuesday, December 11. In the first ODI on Sunday, Bangladesh was hardly troubled as the hosts won the game by five wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. West Indies, who decided to bat first, were restricted to just 195/9 in their innings thanks to some disciplined bowling by Bangladesh’s pacers. During their run chase, the Tigers weathered an early storm to calmly cross the finish line with more than 14 overs to spare. While the action was one-sided on the field, Fantasy Cricket players would have enjoyed some standout performances by a few players, especially on the Bangladesh side. Best economical pick – West Indies had a pretty dismal day against Bangladesh in the first ODI. While the batting was poor from the visitors, the bowlers weren’t able to trouble the home side significantly. One player that clearly stood out from the rest of the team was all-rounder Roston Chase. In an innings which saw West Indies’ top order crumble, Roston Chase added some stability and was able to take West Indies to a score close to 200. Top captains & vice captains – If there is one player that Fantasy Cricket players will be thankful for, it is the veteran Shakib Al-Hasan. The all-rounder has been a great contributor and plays a big role in both the innings of the match. Picking up a wicket and scoring 30 runs in the run-chase, Shakib Al-Hasan did have an impact in the match and could get you some points in this match too. Bangladesh’s wicketkeeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim, who was a star tuner for the Tigers in the Asia Cup, contributed well to the home side’s run chase. Rahim walked onto the pitch at a tricky time in the run chase which required him to stay and build the innings. The wicketkeeper did exactly that as he scored a mature half-century that took Bangladesh to safety. Rahim is a veteran player who knows exactly what to do and is a player who you could bank on. Smart pick – Bangladesh has two really good seamers in their side currently. In the first ODI against West Indies, both the pacers came good picking up three wickets each and completely dismantling the West Indies batting attack. Mashrafe Mortaza, in particular, was incredible, only leaking 30 runs in his 10 overs. Mortaza can also bat if need be and is a player that you can bank on. Cautions Pick – West Indies opener Kieran Powell has been out of form since a long time and he also failed to score some runs in first ODI. So don’t pick him. My XI – Shakib Al Hasan (Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim (Vice-Captain), Roston Chase, Shai Hope, Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Mashrafe Mortaza, Oshane Thomas, D BIshoo, Mehidy Hasan, Darren Bravo
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs West Indies on December 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs West Indies on December 9 Bangladesh were the dominant side in the Test series as Windies kept searching for breathing space. However, ODI cricket is a different ballgame altogether and the visiting team would be looking to make amends. Nevertheless, their form in the 50-overs format has been contrasting as well. The Tigers recently thumped Zimbabwe in the three-match series after an impressive Asia Cup campaign. The Caribbean team lost 3-1 against India and to add to their agony, they also lost the practice match against BCB XI. The first ODI is scheduled to be played tomorrow at the iconic Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Both teams have limited cricket ahead of next year’s World Cup and they would be keen to get their combination in place ahead of the mega tournament in England. Best economical pick – One half of Bangladesh’s opening pair, Tamim Iqbal has been very effective for the Tigers of late. Iqbal has played over 183 ODI matches is one of the experienced players in the squad. Batting first, he adds a lot of depth into Bangladesh’s batting prowess and could exploit the struggling West Indies bowling attack. Top captains & vice captains – Shimron Hetymer has become the new sensation of the West Indies cricket. In his two ODIs against India, he scored 200 runs with a strike rate of about 140. He is a fearless cricketer who possesses a solid technique which helps him to score runs aggressively in the subcontinent conditions. Hetmyer was highest run-scorer for West Indies in the Test series. The quintessential all-rounder, Bangladesh is lucky to have had someone like Shakib Al-Hasan in the squad for years. Shakib has been a constant pillar of inspiration for the youngsters and continues to perform like he’s still in his peak. He plays according to the game and can pace his innings or spell accordingly. One of the more stable players that you can bank on. Smart pick – Another player who West Indies can be proud of in the tour against India was Shai Hope. His century almost sneaked a victory for West Indies in the second ODI but followed that up brilliantly with another big knock to help West Indies win the third ODI. Like Hetmyer, even Hop is consistent and can have an impact in the match against Bangladesh. Cautions Pick – The Bangladeshi opening batsman Imrul Kayes would be under tremendous pressure to perform in this series. The hard-hitting veteran failed to score in the test series. My XI – Shimron Hetmyer (Captain), Shakib Al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Shai Hope, Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Mashrafe Mortaza, Oshane Thomas, Devendra Bishoo, Fabian Allen, Mohammad Mithun, Mehidy Hasan
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on December 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on December 6 The Border-Gavaskar Trophy between Australia, who are running behind restoring their pride and India, who are hoping to create history down under, will start on December 6. The Aussies, who are yet to win any International series since the ball-tampering saga, will be hoping to give a tough fight for the No.1 ranked Test side. The visitors, on the other hand, will be eyeing to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy that too with their maiden Test series win in Australia. The duo has battled it out on a total of 94 occasions in red-ball cricket, with India acquiring a victory on 26 occasions, Australia on 41 occasions and the remaining 27 ending as a draw for both the units. Best economical pick – In a Test match that consists of five days and two innings per side, it is imperative to have at least one wicket-keeper in your Fantasy Cricket side. Dismissals that involve the keeper are common and will accumulate a lot of points for your team. Between Tim Paine and Rishabh Pant, our choice is Pant only because of the versatility he brings to India’s middle-order. Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli, who grabbed all the headlines for his on-field shenanigans the last time he toured Down Under, is now back as the captain with the spotlight on him. Kohli has had an amazing couple of years in Tests and has played exceptionally well for India in overseas conditions. Even though India lost the Test series 1-4 against England earlier this year, there was a sea change between the form Kohli was in and the rest of the batsmen on that tour. When Ricky Ponting was asked about his pick for the series, Ponting chose Usman Khawaja over Kohli. Ponting said in an interview with cricket.com.au that Khawaja will outscore Kohli and will be the player of the series. With an average of over 43, Khawaja is definitely one of the players to look out for and could have a career-defining series this month. Smart pick – Although there has been much talk about India’s bowling unit, the bottom-line is that Australia has Mitchell Starc among their ranks. Starc has the ability to single-handedly rip apart opposition and will be India’s most dangerous threat among bowlers. Starc alongside Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins form a lethal combination and can dictate matches. Cautious Pick – The super talented and a legend in the making as far the limited overs cricket is concerned Rohit Sharma has had a start-stop career so far in the Test arena. There is no dearth of talent or technique in Rohit to not perform in the red ball cricket but so far the real Rohit Sharma has not arrived in the Test stage. My XI – VIrat Kohli (Captain), Usman Khawaja (Vice-Captain), Mitchell Starc, Jasprit Bumrah, Rishabh Pant, Lokesh Rahul, Josh Hazlewood, Hanuma Vihari, Cheteshwar Pujara, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Harris
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs New Zealand on December 3,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs New Zealand on December 3 This series is finely poised with one win each coming into this deciding test in Abu Dhabi. The tourists will have to come to terms with Yasir Shah’s leg spin if they want to succeed but they do have the batsmen to do so if they can maintain their concentration and bat for long spells. That was the key for Pakistan in the second Test and they patiently built a big first innings total. They have the bit between their teeth right now and Yasir Shah especially looks to be the decisive player in the series so far with little sign of New Zealand being able to hold him out for long enough. Shah could just about spin it into Pakistan’s favor once again. New Zealand’s innings defeat to Pakistan in the second Test of their three-game series came after a nail-biting four-run win in their first encounter. Despite the Black Caps’ collapse in their first innings in the second test, there were signs of a fightback in their second innings, with Tom Latham, Ross Taylor and Henry Nicholls all scoring half-centuries. Best economical pick – With Jeet Raval and Latham at the top, and Williamson and Taylor next in, Henry Nicholls might have been expected to play a lesser role than he has. But he has stood out with half-centuries in the second innings in both Tests, 55 in Abu Dhabi and 77 in Dubai. He’d want to get to three-digits next, and looking at his form, it could well happen. Top captains & vice captains – The bowling for Pakistan holds its shape well with Yasir Shah leading the pack along with Hasan Ali. The 32-year-old leg-spinner has 195 wickets in 32 Tests and needs just five more to become the quickest bowler to reach 200 Test wickets. Yasir, in fact, can take it anytime in the next three Tests as former Australian, Clarrie Grimmett, who took his 200th wicket in his 36th Test against South Africa in 1936. Babar Azam registered his maiden Test Ton (127) for Pakistan, and along with Haris Sohail (147) forged a formidable partnership in the middle which eventually resulted into a colossal total of 418 being put up by the Pakistani unit. Smart pick – Skipper Kane Williamson has been New Zealand’s most consistent batsman of the series and scored 100 and 58 runs in two Tests respectively. While Opener Tom Latham is coming off a 50 in last game. Cautions Pick – New Zealand All-rounder Colin de Grandhomme will be hoping to have more of an impact in the third Test having scored just 17 runs in four innings and taking just four wickets in three innings, and his place could well be under threat after struggling to come to terms with conditions and Pakistan’s bowling attack. My XI – Yasir Shah (Captain), Babar Azam (Vice-Captain), Kane Williamson, Henry Nicholls, Ajaz Patel, Hasan Ali, Haris Sohail, BJ Watling, Jeet Raval, Mohammad Hafeez, Ross Taylor
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs New Zealand on November 24,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs New Zealand on November 24 New Zealand defeated Pakistan by four runs in the opening Test at Abu Dhabi to take the early honors. The visitors will now aim to seal series when they face Pakistan in the second Test. Pakistan made a blunder of what was sought to be a pretty comfortable chase, and they would have been very disappointed with themselves after the unexpected self-made mess in the first Test. At 130-4, chasing a target of 176, with two experienced campaigners on the crease, no one would have dared to see them on losing side. But a late-order collapse saw them fall four runs short. The New Zealanders have played three Test matches this year. Of those, they have won two, while sharing the honours on one occasion. After being completely outplayed in the first innings, Williamson's men gave the hosts a good run for their money in the first Test. The visitors held on to their nerves in the fourth inning and won the match by 4 runs. Best economical pick – Debutant Ajaz Patel starred with the ball in second innings, his five-wicket haul proves to be a match-turner for the Kiwis and they will expect these two to replicate their heroics in the second Test too. Top captains & vice captains – New Zealand Skipper Kane Williamson looked to be the most fluent of the Kiwis batsmen in the first test. Being a good player of spin is a great advantage for him and he has enough experience of playing in these conditions. Williamson could be the perfect man for New Zealand in the middle-order to anchor the innings while the other batsmen, bat around him. The biggest disappointment for Pakistan from the first game will be the rash shots that cost them wickets and ultimately the game. Only Azhar Ali displayed the resilience to stay on till the very end with a dogged 65 although he came into the game with patchy form. He will draw a lot of confidence from that knock, and will hope to impart solidity to the line-up. Smart pick – Neil Wagner has shaped into New Zealand's go-to man regardless of conditions. His ability to force out wickets against the run of play came to the fore when he snapped an 82-run stand between Asad Shafiq and Ali, opening the gates for the collapse. His nagging short bowling tactics can be a little expensive sometimes, but it almost always brings him crucial wickets. Cautions Pick – After scoring a magnificent century in his comeback match against Australia, Mohammad Hafeez has be blown hot and cold in test matches. Hafeez has not been scored a single fifty after the century against Australia. He might be dropped from team for the second test so be careful before trading him in your fantasy team. My XI – Kane Williamson (Captain), Azhar Ali (Vice-Captain), Ajaz Patel, Neil Wagner, Babar Azam, Haris Sohail, BJ Watling, Jeet Raval, Yasir Shah, Imam-ul-Haq, Colin de Grandhomme
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on November 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on November 23 The T20I series between Australia and India couldn’t have got off to a better start with the first match going down the wire at The Gabba in Brisbane. Moreover, the hosts winning the series opener has set up the series beautifully and has given a wake-up call to India who were the overwhelming favourites to win the contest in the shortest format. Aaron Finch and his men walked the talk of turning it around after a loss against South Africa. They came out with a plan the other day and executed those perfectly. India didn’t have a good day on the field and they will definitely want to make amends quickly to make a comeback. Virat Kohli himself wasn’t up to the mark with the bat as well and dropping once catch. The must-win scenario might spur the best out of him and the other players which will make the contest interesting. Best economical pick – Adam Zampa, the Man of the Match, was effortlessly Australia’s best bowler in the first T20I. Rahul became his first victim and he also accounted for the prized scalp of Indian captain Virat Kohli in the 11th over when the Aussies needed some quick wickets. The leg-break bowler finished with jaw-dropping figures of 4-0-22-2 on a strip which didn’t have much to offer for the bowlers. Top captains & vice captains – Rohit Sharma scored his fourth T20I century earlier, but apart from that, he has been a tad indifferent. Even in the last match, he didn’t look at ease before being dismissed by left-armer Jason Behrendroff. India would be looking up to the seasoned campaigner to deliver the goods. Rohit undoubtedly has the ability to win matches single-handedly for the national team. Rohit’s opening partner, Shikhar Dhawan was at his absolute best in the first T20I as he smashed 76 runs in just 42 balls. It looked as if India might win the game on a canter with Dhawan out there. Shikhar is a definite pick for the Second T20I. Smart pick – Glenn Maxwell hasn’t had the best of times of late. But he was in a different zone in the 1st T20i with the willow in hand. He came to bat after Finch’s dismissal and raced away to 46 runs from 24 balls with four sixes. The right-hander smacked Krunal for three sixes in the bowler’s final over. Cautious Pick – Krunal Pandya had a horrible time at the Gabba. He was hammered by Glenn Maxwell all over the park as he didn't vary his pace against him and ended up bowling in the all-rounder's arc. In 4 overs, Pandya gave away 55 runs at an economy rate of 13.75. Krunal also couldn't contribute anything with the bat when the team needed him to step up in those crucial last two overs of the match. My XI – Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan (Vice-Captain), Marcus Stoinis, Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, Adam Zampa, Glenn Maxwell, Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant, Chris Lynn, Lokesh Rahul
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs England on November 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs England on November 23 England’s 2-0 triumph amidst the Sri Lankan conditions in what was presumably the home team’s conquest was almost a revelation for the fans of English cricket. The victory in the Test at Pallekele led to Root & Co. acquiring their first ever overseas triumph under the leadership of the 27-year-old, which could also turn up as his first ever white-wash win against any competing unit. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, would aim for a compensatory win in the final conquest to render some respect form the eyes of the home audience. Best economical pick – Well as Moeen Ali has bowled, landing the ball exactly where he has wanted to, 23 runs from four innings is well below what the team expects from him. He’ll hope to add to his tally of wickets, sure, but will also want to take his series aggregate with the bat up to a respectable number. Top captains & vice captains – England Captain Joe Root smashed his 15th test century in the second innings of second test. None of Joe Root’s 15 Test centuries been in a losing cause. Root’s 11 centuries resulted in England’s wins while other four coming in draws. His 120-ball century in the second innings is the fastest known Test century by an England captain. Sri Lanka opening batsman Dimuth Karunaratne was in prolific form during the second test with the bat and he will be the key man for hosts in the third and final test as well. Smart pick – Angelo Mathews will be the key man for Sri Lanka for the upcoming game. He is the senior-most and will have to take more responsibility with Dinesh Chandimal not around. Mathews scored fifties in both the innings of the first Test and second innings of second Test but failed to convert them into big ones. The onus will be on this all-rounder to score the big runs and help his team challenge the opposition. Cautious Pick – James Anderson, England's all-time leading Test wicket-taker, has bowled only 41 overs across the two matches so far on pitches more suited to spinners. Anderson have taken a wicket since the first innings of the first Test, and in the second match in Pallekele none of Sri Lanka's 20 wickets fell to an England seamer. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Dimuth Karunaratne (Vice-Captain), Ben Foakes, Adil Rashid, Dilruwan Perera, Moeen Ali, Jack Leach, Angelo Mathews, Jos Buttler, Malinda Pushpakumara, Dhananjaya de Silva
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs West Indies on November 22,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs West Indies on November 22 Bangladesh is all set to host the mighty Caribbeans for 2-match Test series, the first of which would be played at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong, followed by the duel at Dhaka. While the game’s expected to land in the home team’s favor, owing to the advantage they’d receive in the pitch conditions, one mustn’t consider the Windies as a weak link, as they had managed to tickle the Indian unit on numerous occasions in their red-ball encounters, and a similar could be expected out of them in the forthcoming series versus the Bangla Tigers. Best economical pick – Mehidy has been special with the ball as well, his five-wicket haul in the second innings saving the series for Bangladesh, but it is Taijul Islam who will hope to be the real force again – he took three consecutive five-wicket hauls and was Player of the Series against Zimbabwe, and will want more of the same this series. Top captains & vice captains – Known for his aggressive batting and deceptive bowling, Shakib Al Hasan is undoubtedly the best all-rounder Bangladesh cricket has ever produced and he is currently regarded as one of the best all-rounders in world cricket. He was out with a finger injury for over a month, and missed the clashes against Zimbabwe. He will return to skipper the side against the Windies, and Bangladesh will be a significantly raised threat with him in the side. In a poor series against India, the one Windies player who the Indians were glad to see the back of was Roston Chase. He was excellent against spin, and scored a century and a half-century in the two Tests. In similar conditions in Bangladesh, more of the same will be expect of Chase, and with Holder absent, it is crucial for the Windies that he delivers. Smart pick – Mushfiqur Rahim, one of Bangladesh’s leading run-getter in red-ball cricket, would be the wicket the Windies would be aiming for since the inception of the duel. Having notched a double century in the previous Test, Mushfiqur would be beaming with confidence and would probably find it a lot easier to amass some majestic numbers in the first duel against Windies. Cautions Pick – The Bangladeshi opening batsman Imrul Kayes would be under tremendous pressure to perform in this series. The hard-hitting veteran batsman is yet to put up an innings of substance in his long test career. Imrul Kayes failed totally in the last test series against Zimbabwe where he scored just 51 runs in the 2 tests he played. My XI – Shakib Al Hasan (Captain), Roston Chase (Vice-Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim, Taijul Islam, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Soumya Sarkar, Devendra Bishoo, Mustafizur Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Sunil Ambris
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on November 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on November 21 India vs Australia, a match that can thrill any cricket fan in the world, is finally around the corner. A series that was earmarked right in the beginning of the year is here and the buzz around it is only increasing. The long tour kicks off with the first T20I between India and Australia at the Gabba, Perth on Wednesday, November 21. As India look to establish their dominance Down Under, they will be eager to kick things off on a winning note. The visitors come at the back of a 3-0 drubbing of West Indies on home ground. Australia, on the other hand, are hurt after losing the T20 series against South Africa only days before India vs Australia series. The Australian side will be desperate to turn things around when they lock horns with the Men in Blue on Wednesday. Best economical pick – Although Australia has been struggling in the last two series against Pakistan and South Africa, Marcus Stoinis has been exceptional for them. The all-rounder has been productive with both bat and ball and will be a crucial member in the Australian team that faces India. The pressure is on the player to deliver for his team and we will have to wait and see how Stoinis responds to it. Top captains & vice captains – India is very lucky at the moment to have two of the best batsmen in the best form of their careers. Joining Kohli in breaking records is the Hitman, Rohit Sharma who scores big knocks for fun and has been an integral part of India’s batting attack. Sharma captained India during the 3-0 victory against West Indies at home and even scored a century in the third T20I. Sharma will look to pick things where he left off. After sitting out of the India vs West Indies T20 series, Virat Kohli is back in the side. The skipper, who has had quite a bit of history in Australia, will look to dominate the home side during the tour. Moreover, Kohli is in fine form and has already amassed over 2,000 runs in this calendar year across all three formats. Smart pick – Jasprit Bumrah is one of the finest pacers in the world right now. Forming a two-pronged attack with Bhuvi, Bumrah is lethal in good conditions and will look to exploit the Australian batting. We chose Bumrah over Bhuvi because of the form that he is in and also because of the ability to bowl well during the death overs. Cautious Pick – Manish Pandey once again may be relegated to the bench during the T20 series as the middle order looks settled for now. With the line-up already filled, Manish might find it difficult to make it to the playing XI. He will most probably get an opportunity to play only if one of the top or middle order players gets injured or decides to rest. My XI – Rohit Sharma (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Marcus Stoinis, Jasprit Bumrah, Lokesh Rahul, Kuldeep Yadav, Billy Stanlake, Alex Carey, Shikhar Dhawan, Ben McDermott, D'arcy Short
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs South Africa on November 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs South Africa on November 17 After being overhauled in the ODI series, the hosts Australia will now hope for a turnaround in the shortest format when they face South Africa in the one-off T20I. Australia have won nine and lost six out of 15 T20I matches they have played this year. Their most recent T20I assignment was against Pakistan in the UAE. They ended up losing the three-match series 0-3. Despite this, they will take a few positives from their record against the Proteas. South Africa have won three and as and lost three from the six T20I matches they have played so far in 2018. Two of the three wins were registered against a low ranked Zimbabwe team. However, since South Africa have defeated the hosts in the ODI series, the momentum will be with them. Both teams have played 17 T20I matches against each other. Australia have managed to emerge victorious on eleven occasions while South Africa have won the remaining six encounters. In the matches played in Australia, the hosts lead the scoreline 5-1. Best economical pick – With Mitchell Starc missing out due to injury, Billy Stanlake has been superb for the Australians. He took five wickets in two T20 internationals in UAE. Stanlake is a very good option as an opening bowler and if he is in the groove he could cause some serious problems for the South African top order. Top captains & vice captains – David Miller is a man in form. After his explosive century that propelled the Proteas to a big total at Hobart, Tasmania, Miller will enter this match with momentum on his side. Miller is a proven T20 specialist and can hit the ball out of the park comfortably. As far as recent matches go, Marcus Stoinis has been Australia’s most impressive player. The all-rounder has bagged quite a few wickets and is probably the most prolific player in the Aussie side right now. Stoinis has proved in the past that he can bat and has rescued his side in numerous occasions. Pick him and he could have a big impact on the match on Saturday. Smart pick – Chris Lynn is one of the most talented T20 batsmen there is in the world right now. With explosive innings which has given Australia some huge starts in the past, Lynn is most comfortable when he is hitting the ball out of the park. Pick Chris Lynn for his ability to score big in the shortest format of the game. Cautious Pick – Although Aaron Finch is among the top ten run scorers in the shortest format of the game this year, he failed to come up worthy contributions in the T20I series against Pakistan. He managed to score only 4 runs in the 3 T20Is he played against Pakistan in the last series. My XI – David Miller (Captain), Marcus Stoinis (Vice-Captain), Billy Stanlake, Chris Lynn, Faf du Plessis, Andrew Tye, Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock, Farhaan Behardien, Aiden Markram, Heinrich Klaasen
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