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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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Referral Bonus System Hello CricBattlers, We have recently launched a revolutionary Referral Bonus System which is bound to benefit all users directly or indirectly. Invite a friend via your referral link at CricBattle and get C$10 for EVERY USER !!! + a 5% cash back on all paid leagues that your friend plays in for 12 months.What's great is you will also be able to check your invitee's progress and act as a mentor to him if he ever needs help. From being a CricBattle user, to now being a leader and carving the path of success for your peers :) You will have the option to invite users via email, via Facebook, via Twitter, or by directly sending them a message/text and providing them with the link present in your 'Invite Friends' page. Let's make this revolution happen folks and keep CricBattling!! Cheers
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.
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EPL.. GUIDE With less than 2 weeks left for the premier league to start,lets take a look at the new players.... After seeing his side score a mere 52 goals as a result of Luis Suarez’ departure to Barcelona, Brendan Rodgers has hit the summer sales hard. The Liverpool manager has splashed out £29m on Hoffenheim’s Roberto Firmino and acquired both James Milner and Danny Ings as he prepares for life without Steven Gerrard. In defence, Rodgers has also bagged Nathaniel Clyne from Southampton – available for , the right-back made more tackles than any defender in the top-flight last term. Manchester United have drafted in the highly-rated Memphis Depay from PSV Eindhoven. The youngster arrives with a reputation as a set-piece specialist, having scored more free-kicks than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues in 2014/15. Arsenal, meanwhile, have plundered London neighbours Chelsea for a new number one. Petr Cech conceded just two goals in seven league outings last time around as Arsene Wenger’s side look to push on from the previous campaign’s third place finish. Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has been quick to strengthen his defence over the summer. With Clyne and Toby Alderweireld set for pastures new and first-choice keeper Fraser Forster sidelined for a number of months, the Dutchman has acquired Maarten Stekelenburg between the posts, whilst new right-back Cedric Soares is similarly priced. The Saints boast last season’s second most resilient defence, with just 33 goals against, and face only three of last season’s top seven sides in the opening 13 Gameweeks. Swansea manager Garry Monk has raided Ligue 1 on a couple of occasions. Left winger Andre Ayew produced ten goals and three assists for Marseille in 2014/15, whilst new left-back Franck Tabanou looks a strong rival for Neil Taylor, having served up a goal and five assists for St Etienne in the previous campaign. West Ham United have appointed Slaven Bilic as the new man in charge after Sam Allardyce departed at the end of last season. The Hammers - who have already kicked off their campaign with a 3-0 first leg win over Lusitans in the Europa League first qualifying round – will be hoping new signing Dimitri Payet makes an instant impact., the playmaker notched 15 goals and 23 assists in his final two years at Marseille.
Ashes Preview: Advantage England due to added burden of history on Australia If 2005 and 2009 Ashes series was Ricly Ponting’s worst nightmare as an Australian captain, 2013 was no less than a catastrophe under Michael Clarke when Australia failed to win even a single test match in the 5 match Ashes series. 14 long years it has been since any of the Australian predecessors have dethroned England to reclaim the Ashes glory on an English soil. And tomorrow when Michael Clarke sets his foot out for the toss at the Cardiff for the start of a prolific test series on the backdrop of over 130 years of history, the burden will be on Australia to defy history. ENGLAND: Over the years, England and Australia :have been the sides becoming over familiar with each other. They have played relentless cricket since 2014 with a start of Ashes series in Australia followed by a tri nation ODI series and also once again came head-to-head in a world cup clash. England barely made an impact every time and it was Australia who were exceedingly dominant rattling the England team into humiliation and disgust. While Australia established themselves as a remarkable team, England were countered with problems a plenty resulting in a fatal period of transition. But all that said will now go down into the history without any relevance to the future.There is now a much more added pressure on Australia than on England given that they have been winless since a decade of that enthralling Ashes summer in 2005. England however will be a far more relaxed side despite being bullied by Australia in the last Ashes series. The much more hype of new look England, the life after Peter Moores era have been catching the attention of world cricket. Their last series against New Zealand at home gave a glimpse of new look approach and their plan of action in building a team for the future. Despite losing the second test match their intent was flowing towards positivity, ‘’to be bold and attack’’. The young blood in Joe Root, Jos Butler, Ben Strokes and Mark Wood give so much of hope to England. Allistair Cook’s captaincy will once again take the limelight and be the central theme. The rest of the experienced players Ian Bell, James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Gary Ballance just needs to support. There will be a lot more to be known in the coming months about this resurgent England team and it could get nothing better for the players to make an impact in a series like the Ashes. WATCH OUT FOR: JAMES ANDERSON The prime reason that England has been so good at home is primarily due to the ability of James Anderson to swing the ball in highly effective manner testing the virtues of a batsmen skill with a destructive swinging ball that can move in both directions. The swing he generates in England conditions makes him by far the deadliest bowler to be around in world cricket. His consistent knack to bombard the edge of the bat with wizardry deliveries where batsmen try to poke it tentatively and thus edging it to the keeper or to the slip cordon invariably makes him even more dangerous bowler. Anderson always relished the challenge of bowling to the Australian batsmen in the Ashes series and always had the advantage of getting better over them. The spell that Anderson bowls in the entire Ashes is going to be a major decisive moment of every part of the game as he comes with an ability to take wickets in a good deal. The major challenge vests upon Australian batsmen to counter the proficiency of Anderson swinging deliveries. AUSTRALIA: There should be no delusions about that on paper as Australia look to be a superior side than England at the moment. But it is not always the best team on paper wins the game. The factors to determine the result go beyond that. It has been a fantastic turnaround for Australia over the last few years. There has been slew of some legendary careers retiring and it took a while for Australia to settle and mark another new beginning. Their record at home stands to be phenomenal but they have not had much success away from home as much as they had in their backyard. They recently beat the pathetic West Indies comprehensively in the away series but the challenge that lies ahead of Australia is much bigger than it actually is. More than anything else, Australia should defy the history to etch a historical series win after 15 years on English soil. To have world class players in the squad could help for the cause of winning but the pressure to deliver continuously over a period of 2 months to reign supreme over the opponents need a definite grit and high quality of skill and sometimes in the course of delivering, even the best can falter. This Ashes series would test and grind the temperament and skill of Australian players who are presently touted as to having the world’s best lineup of players in the test match cricket. The conditions and the situations are however different from the last Ashes series. When Mitchell Johnson unleashed the brutal thunderbolts on England in 2014 Ashes it frightened and mentally disintegrated England batting lineup. But in England, it is the swing that often dictates the competence of the bowler than anything. Johnson in 2009, had a horrid tour to England where he amounted to nothing. But this is 2015 and Johnson is in a rejuvenated form. Australia needs a strong and fit Johnson to be firing along with Mitchell Starc. The Johnson-Starc show that Australia will be putting on display through out the Ashes will determine if they are well equipped with the conditions to get 20 England wickets to win the test match. Apart from Johnson this series also adds a lot of importance to Steve Smith, testing his temperament and skill in the conditions that challenge him as a batsman. The new world number 1 test player, who loves to pile huge runs will be confronted by a testing challenge from England swing bowlers especially when an early wicket falls. The pitches in England have been flat tracks off late offering very little help to the bowlers. But the over cast conditions and the strong breeze that blows through can aid the seam bowlers to move the ball in both directions. The swinging ball poses a significant threat early in the innings and it would be a challenge for Steven Smith to counter the early threat of losing his wicket. WATCH OUT FOR: ADAM VOGES A rookie international test player aged 35, Adam Vogesadds a real strength to Australia batting line-up. For someone who played over a decade of first class cricket, the experience he brings into the team is enormous. The advantage that Voges brings with himself is that he knows the conditions better than some of the players in Australian lineup despite playing only two test matches. He spent all his prime days of career playing first class county matches year after year becoming a veteran. And the formidable English bowling attack should put Voges to a real test. Expect some long partnerships featuring Adam Voges with the Australian lower order to happen in the Ashes.
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At last have won some real money from Fantasy leagues .The amount is huge of 192$. Thanks to Soumya Ghosh for telling about such a site @cricbattle. Thanks to Aman Parikh for helping me in different ways,Thanks to Anand Thiyagarajan and Sidhant Chauhan for making the cricbattle life so easy.....Thanks to Everyone (related cricbattle)
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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