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Cricbattle IPL-8 "Round League 10" draft on Hangouts CricBattleorganized Round 10 Live online Draft (Hangouts on air) with Rakesh, Nitish, Keyur and Aman. CricBattle admins partnered up with a hostand a fan to share all kinds of view points and enjoy a live online draft forRound 10of theIPL - Indian Premier League. Round 10 games include :Kings XI PunjabvsMumbai Indians,Delhi DaredevilsvsRajasthan Royals, Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Live Demo Draft for GSTV-CB Fantasy Cricket This live OFFLINE DRAFT of GSTV Fantasy Cricket, powered by CricBattle took place at the GSTV studio. It was hosted by Praveen and 6 celebrities including coaches, umpires, sports columnists participated in the draft for Cricket World Cup 2015 and picked their players according to the draft schedule. It was the first ever Live Draft for Cricket Fantasy. Watch the video and enjoy the Live Draft.
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CricBattle Fantasy Guru Tips for Round 13 Player watch: Brendon McCullum - As alerted in the last article, McCullum will be joining New Zealand for national commitments. Michael Hussey will be replacing him in the Chennai Super Kings playing XI. Quinton de Kock - With his 50 in the match against Sunrisers, De Kock has cemented his spot in the Daredevils playing XI. He should come in handy in the matches against CSK and RCB, especially with his wicket-keeping skills returning points. Shakib Al Hasan - Shakib will be joining Kolkata Knight Riders for the rest of the season following the end of Bangladesh-Pakistan series. Johan Botha will have to sit out to accomodate him. Glenn Maxwell - The shots that Maxwell played against the Knight Riders indicates form. He should be amongst the points in the upcoming matches. SRH vs KXIP: Captaincy picks - David Warner, Bhuvneshwar Kumar The track at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad, has been pretty flat this season. With Ishant Sharma replacing Trent Boult in the Sunrisers playing XI, their bowling isn't the same anymore. Kings XI Punjab, on the other hand, haven't been great either. So, I expect a lot of runs here. If the Sunrisers don't bring in one of their overseas pacers into their team, Glenn Maxwell, who showed signs of coming back to form in the last match, will be amongst the runs as well. Sandeep Sharma and Anureet Singh have been exceptional at the death, so Eoin Morgan wouldn't be a great option in this match. Moises Henriques may struggle to replicate his last game heroics, as naturally he has had his troubles playing spin and clearing boundaries. DD vs CSK Captaincy picks - Nathan Coulter-Nile, Faf du Plessis, Dwayne Bravo This could be a tricky match. The deck at Raipur wasn't easy to bat on, providing assistance to both seamers and spinners, in the first match played here between DD and SRH. With Ravichandran Ashwin in the Super Kings camp, it may not be a great idea captaining any of the three left-handers in Delhi Daredevils - Quinton de Kock, JP Duminy and Yuvraj Singh. Dwayne Bravo's slower deliveries will come into play, as well, at the death. With Dwayne Smith and Suresh Raina struggling for form, Faf du Plessis will have a big role to play here. MS Dhoni, too, could cash in on the weak DD death bowling unit. KXIP vs RCB Captaincy picks - Chris Gayle, AB de Villiers, Mitchell Starc, Virat Kohli It's the same equation again. Sandeep Sharma or Chris Gayle - Who will win the battle? If Sandeep Sharma doesn't get Gayle, Gayle will get Kings XI. Provided he has enough batting time, AB de Villiers should aim for another biggie as well. Virat Kohli and Mitchell are no less, either. Glenn Maxwell, irrespective of what he does against Sunrisers, wouldn't find it easy playing Starc and Chahal. Miller looks as good as he has ever been and is Kings XI's best bet. MI vs KKR: Captaincy picks - Lendl Simmons, Rohit Sharma, Robin Uthappa, Andre Russell As seen in the previous matches at Wankhede, this should be yet another high scoring encounter. Therefore, captaining a batsman looks the best choice in this match. The likes of Brad Hogg and Piyush Chawla, despite their recent success, might find it extremely difficult to make an impact. Russell's all-round skills makes him my first choice pick for captaincy.
CricBattle Fantasy Guru Tips for Round 12 Player watch: Imran Tahir, Mitchell Johnson and Dale Steyn - I would be extremely surprised to see any of these 3 NOT being dropped by their respective teams after their performances in the last match. While Tahir has faded off late, Johnson and Steyn have been disappointing all season. Hardik Pandya - With the MoM performance against Chennai Super Kings, Pandya has definitely sealed his spot in the Mumbai Indians playing XI for the rest of the season. However, he has his limitations. His bowling is strictly average and he doesn't have the potential to slog even decent pacers or someone who can mix his pace up. I would even go to the extent of employing Transfer bait with him if I see a better option. Eoin Morgan - Morgan seems to have found his touch back. With the Sunrisers playing their remaining matches on flat decks, he is quite an option to have. But you shouldn't forget that the Royals have one of the worst bowling attacks this season. I would wait to see more of him to captain him. Playing a team like DD or RCB may be a different ball game altogether. Ambati Rayudu - Rayudu looks as good as he has ever been, and with Unmukt Chand out of the team now, he will get a lot of deliveries to face to make an impact. Sunil Narine - Narine isn't the same player anymore. The chucking issue has clearly had an effect on him. I don't see him getting a lot of wickets and can get banned soon too. Michael Hussey - With Brendon McCullum expected to leave for national duties soon, Chennai Super Kings might want to give Michael Hussey an extra couple of games to settle in. So, the Kiwi captain may be asked to sit out once CSK ensure their qualification to give Hussey some batting time before the knockouts. NEW ZEALAND PLAYERS LEAVING IPL: On May 21, New Zealand play England in the first of the two-match Test series, so the likes of Brendon McCullum, Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Corey Anderson will be leaving early to join their national team. However, they are set a deadline of only May 19 by their cricket board. So, they will only be missing the knockout matches. The league stage ends by May 17. Eoin Morgan is not part of England Test squad, so he should stay. Transfer bait - Sunil Narine, Hardik Pandya, Brendon McCullum, Tim Southee Transfer in - Michael Hussey, Dale Steyn (As Trent Boult is set to leave) KKR vs KXIP: Captaincy picks: Brad Hogg, Piyush Chawla, Andre Russell, Sandeep Sharma As it has been in the past few matches at Eden Gardens, the spinners can be expected to dominate this game. Hogg was really unfortunate to be not amongst the wickets last match. Angelo Mathews's onslaught on him and ability against spinners in general forced Gambhir to take Hogg out of the attack early. If KKR chase today, Russell may not get to bat at all, as Kings XI Punjab won't score much; therefore, captaining him can backfire. Also, there is a threat of Russell not bowling his full quota out if KKR spinners do well. It could have happened in the last match too but for Botha who failed to deliver. There is a bit of assistance for pacers on this deck with the new ball, which can be exploited by Sandeep Sharma. If Karanveer Singh plays, he is worth the gamble. And that also means you shouldn't captain Robin Uthappa, who doesn't play spin all that well. Akshar Patel, however, is not the bowler who can exploit this surface. He is more of a container. DD vs SH: Captaincy picks: Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Nathan Coulter-Nile, JP Duminy, David Warner This is the first match that will be played at Raipur this season. Generally though, it is a good batting deck. If I have Bhuvneshwar or Coulter-Nile, I wouldn't captain a batsman here. Both the teams boast of good bowling attacks, especially the Sunrisers new ball bowlers. While Warner can be choked through swing, Duminy might find the new ball pairing of Bhuvneshwar and Boult too hot to handle. Therefore, a bowler who bowls at the death is a safer bet. Bhuvneshwar is a better choice than Boult, as he bowls 2 overs at the death as against Boult's 1. However, Duminy can chip in with the ball too, especially when the Sunrisers have 3 left-handers in their top 6. MI vs RCB: Captaincy picks: AB de Villiers, Mitchell Starc, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ambati Rayudu. Do not depend on Chris Gayle, despite his century against Kings XI Punjab. Even if he escapes the Mumbai new ball bowlers, he will be trapped by Harbhajan Singh, who has an exceptional record against the Caribbean big hitter and left-handers in general. An early wicket will give plenty of batting time to AB de Villiers, while Mitchell Starc could easily get another 3-for courtesy of bowling two overs at death. Rohit Sharma hasn't been doing too well of late, but his promotion to No.3 following Unmukt Chand's axing may just prove to be the difference. Ambati Rayudu looks as good as he has ever been, but the uncertainty surrounding his batting position always makes him a risky option. RCB new ball bowlers have been in top form and they could get rid of the Mumbai openers early. Lasith Malinga should be back for this match, but De Villiers and Kohli can nullify his threat. CSK vs RR Captaincy picks: Ravichandran Ashwin, Dwayne Bravo, Suresh Raina, Pawan Negi Yet another match that will be dominated by the spinners. I wouldn't depend on any Rajasthan players, as the team doesn't usually play well on slow, low decks. If you have no other options, Steven Smith or Ajinkya Rahane are your best captaincy bets. Bravo has been unplayable at the death at Chepauk, so it doesn't really matter if he gets to bat or not. He would be my first captaincy choice, as I don't see the Royals middle order losing more than a couple of wickets to Ashwin. Raina can make use of the weak Rajasthan bowling attack. Rajat Bhatia could be brought back into the Rajasthan playing XI considering the nature of the deck. If it happens, Dhawal Kulkarni is likely to make way for him.
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CricBattle it is....the final destination for fantasy cricket. I played fantasy cricket in many sites...but CricBattle has something unique to offer. Playing fantasy over here, gives a feel of managing a team, which has been hand picked by me (say if I have sachin, no one else in my league can have him). Initially it was tough to figure out, how this works..but once you get hold of it, you can never let it go. And I have never seen a fantasy site other than CricBattle, where there is always someone to help you figure out, how it works. I have played just 3 tournaments, but it already gives me feel, as if I am integral part of it. If you are a fantasy cricket fanatic, then CricBattle is the place for you!!
Born in a country like India, everyone dreams of playing for this country. Then comes a stage when people choose between sports and education and alot of people, whether its pressure from family or an aim of becoming engineer/doctor etc etc, choose education and leave our cricket dreams behind but inside everyone theres always a Cricket Selector. No matter who ever is playing we all give our opinions on playing xi and management, we all realise that no one listens to our opinions but we all love doing that coz we all love our Cricket. CRICBATTLE (big letters coz it has come up as something big in our lives) has given us all that one opportunity to unleash our love and talent towards our favourite game where we all can show the world who has better cricketing knowledge and Team selection skills. Most unique and valuable thing about Cricbattle is that If I have a player my opponent cannot have that same guy and thats so much true to reality, unlike all other fantasy cricket sites. I have playing this amazing game from last 3-4 months and I have never been disappointed. Nothing is perfect in this world and the amazing thing about this site is that the administrator is always willing and keen to listen to our feedback and always does whatever they can to make the users happy. Prize money always comes as second priority to me. 1st thing is the addiction to this site coz of the game not for the money. I win money or not I will always keep playing here and I can see CB becoming really big in near future. Way To Go Rakesh !!!!
Cricbattle really enjoyable fantasy contest . As a cricket Fan I love this cricket contest so from my busy life I spend some time for it . Last few years cricket attract me more, it make a crazy supporter of my team in stadium and home :) Cricbattle become part of my craziness . I wish cricbattle Team success .
I Still remember the first time playing on cric battle when one of my friends accidentally stepped on this site while checking for cricket fantasy sites.We all had played the traditional fantasy cricket for some time and all of us used to claim as Cricket pundits .This concept was mind boggling to start with and the idea of owning a team was just amazing.The site has come through a long way and the changes are being done at super sonic speed.I can always claim to be the first winner (prizes were started from Champions trophy 2013) and would like to keep doing the same.K.U.D.O.S to the Cricbattle team and wish them all the success in becoming a big wonder going ahead.
OMG... First Orkut, then FB... Now Cricbattle!!! i mean im get addicted to CricBattle.. Spending hours here in CricBattle!!! and love to play here and trade the players who I want!!! Great and im going crazy!!! ;)
I m playing fantasy cricket contest from Worldcup 2011, I have played few more local and international contests during this time & win few more too . Online draft, head to head format make cricbattle to me unique than others . It has nice graphic and everyday the cricbattle team trying to develop cricbattle with unique Ideas . I wish cricbattle success and hope it will be one of the best fantacy cricket contest, which will be enjoyable and fair to every type of Users .
There are so many fantasy websites over the internet, but these websites never improves their quality except just making new advertisement and updating the line ups. So,like everyone I felt bored when the same thing got repeated again and again. Just at that time I came to know about CB.The structure is so innovative. At first,I felt a little weird seeing the system but as it wasn't like other fantasy leagues-One is always there to help me.The unique part of this fantasy based website is that, it is developing after each tournament.So, my suggestion to all- Play fantasy cricket here in CB and enjoy each moment.
I used to play fantasy cricket on various websites but always felt that at certain point, the contest gets boring simply because of a lot of similarities in the fantasy teams.By the time tournament reaches to the quarter finals or semi finals,over 80-90% teams look similar and so there is no fun playing with the teams having same players like your team.Cric battle is a unique real time experience where Fantasy meets Reality.Online Drafting plays a key role here and all teams will be different than others as one cricketer can play from only one team.Like the Cricbattle slogan says there is only one God and he plays for Mumbai Indians.
I have played many fantasy Cricket, Football games and very passionate about these type of game. In my experience CRICBATTLE is unique and a brilliant thinking of developers. I give them 5/5 star. Gud work buddies. CRICBATTLE's future is very very bright. Halla Bol !!!!
CB is a great site because it gives users real time experience. I have received all my prizes till date and hence it's a trustable site too. I will continue to play at CricBattle and hoping to meet many new users here.
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