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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Bangladesh on October 18,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Bangladesh on October 18 Yet again in the tour, South Africa managed to hunt the Tigers down and humiliate them by handing a painful defeat in the first ODI. It was an utterly dominant, ruthless and proponent display on cards from the Proteas as they ran through Bangladesh by 10 wickets, chasing down an above-par target of 279 posted by the visitors. Bangladesh put up a fine batting display at Kimberley to reach 278 - their highest ODI total against South Africa. But this did not prove to be much of a challenge for the hosts as their bowlers struggled to find the right lines and lengths to bowl on that wicket. Apart from an expensive spell from Paterson, the match was an exhibition of South African fire power. · Best economical pick – Relentless hard work often pays off and Kagiso Rabada is a brilliant example for this. The way this 22-year-old is growing in stature is really inspirational and he has yet again provided a match-winning spell. In his four overs, he picked up 4 wickets and played a crucial role in ensuring Bangladesh don’t post a total in excess of 300. · Top captains & vice captains – Hashim Amla’s composed demeanor and Quinton de Kock’s belligerent approach against the bowlers is a perfect combination to embark the innings. Both these players showed how brilliant their pair is and they complimented each other beautifully. Hashim Amla became the fastest batsman to score 26 ODI centuries. Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla’s centuries might’ve stolen the limelight and all the major headlines, but it was a brilliant effort from Mushfiqur Rahim’s willow, which propelled the Tigers to a score in excess of 270. He scored his 5th ODI hundred and most importantly, he became the first ever Bangladeshi to score a hundred against South Africa. He remained unbeaten on 110 off 116 balls, helping his side finish the innings on a positive note. · Smart pick – Quinton de Kock is touted as the next big thing in cricket and he proved it yet again why to call him so. He pounded ferociously on the visitors and was well supported by a splendid century from Hashim Amla. De Kock remained unbeaten on 168 off 145 balls. · Cautious Pick – Bangladeshi bowlers were hapless as all the frontline bowlers went for almost 6 an over and at no point looked threatening. Taskin Ahmed went for 61 runs off his 8 overs which cost him -20 points. So be careful before picking Taskin Ahmed in your team. My XI – Hashim Amla (Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim (Vice-Captain), Kagiso Rabada, Quinton de Kock, Sabbir Rahman, David Miller, Dwaine Pretorius, Rubel Hossain, Nasir Hossain, AB de Villiers, Mahmudullah
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v Sri Lanka on October 16,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v Sri Lanka on October 16 · Pakistan, nursing a 2-0 Test whitewash against Sri Lanka, avenged the defeat by outclassing the tourists with an 83-run win in the ODI opener on Friday. Shoaib Malik´s swashbuckling 61-ball 81 and a return to form 103 by Babar Malik lifted Pakistan to 292-6 in the first ODI in Dubai, before they kept Sri Lanka to 209-8. The match was Pakistan´s first since winning the Champions Trophy in England in June this year. Fast-rising paceman Hasan Ali declared player of the Champions trophy with 13 wickets finished with 3-36 while left-armer Rumman Raees took 3-49 to derail Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka, meanwhile, have been at their worst, winning just four ODIs all year and now having lost eight in a row. · Best economical pick – Completely out of the blue, Akila Dananjaya joined Vandersay and the duo added a brilliant partnership for the seventh wicket. This came in as a huge surprise for the Pakistani fans as they batted almost for 15 overs. Dananjaya ended up with an unbeaten fifty. He took 1 wicket with his bowling too. · Top captains & vice captains – Pakistan were 124/4 in 28 overs when Shoaib Malik walked out to be bat after Sri Lanka invited them to bat first. He shared a 139-run stand in 19 overs along with Babar Azam for the 4th wicket before holing out in the deep off Suranga Lakmal’s bowling. The veteran batsman struck his 40th fifty in ODI cricket as he scored 81 off just 61 balls with the help of five fours and two sixes. With the first off the two sixes in the game, Malik completed 100 sixes in the ODI format. Prior to the commencement of the ODI series, Babar Azam was in the firing range for not having scored runs in the Test series. He rightly announced his comeback to form with a ton in the match. Azam hit a crucial 103 in the match – his 6th ODI ton. · Smart pick – Pakistani pacer Hasan Ali turned out to be the pick of the bowlers with figures of 36/3 in 9 overs. It was his spell that turned the game in Pakistan’s favor. He removed Kusal Mendis and Siriwardana in short span of time that kept Sri Lanka at bay. · Cautious Pick – Ahmed Shehzad struggled badly against the new ball in the first ODI and was dismissed for a horrendous 12-ball duck. He has been out of form since a long ago. He hasn’t scored a single fifty in his last 11 innings, so pick him in your team at your own risk. My XI – Shoaib Malik (Captain), Babar Azam (Vice-Captain), Akila Dananjaya, Fakhar Zaman, Niroshan Dickwella, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan, Upul Tharanga, Rumman Raees, Lahiru Thirimanne, Thisara Perera
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Bangladesh on October 15,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Bangladesh on October 15 After a one-sided Test series, Bangladesh would look to hit back at South Africa in their strongest format, ODI cricket. Bangladesh will need to put on a huge effort to find any success away from home unlike the ease with which they got past oppositions in their own backyard and they learnt it with the Test series against South Africa where they couldn’t match the home side at any point. The Asian team can take the confidence of defeating the South Africans in their previous series and hope to get off the mark with a win against the home side. · Best economical pick – Bangladesh’s Soumya Sarkar scored 205 runs in the previous series between the two teams at an average of 102.5 in the three innings. Soumya Sarkar’s 90 in the last ODI between the two sides in 2015 is the highest individual score for a Bangladesh player in ODI cricket against South Africa. In the previous game, Sarkar scored an unbeaten 88 which is the 2nd highest for a Bangladesh player against South Afria. · Top captains & vice captains – AB de Villiers’ batting average in ODI cricket against Bangladesh is 71. He has scored 213 runs against them in five innings with two fifties. Hashim Amla smashed 2 centuries in the 2 match test series. The right-hander is a class batsman to have at the top of the order as he has the right blend of attack and defense. He is a senior statesman in this team and will have to strike the telling blows upfront. · Smart pick – Kagiso Rabada was the star of the show with the ball in the second test as he picked up a couple of five-wicket hauls during the Test match to complete his third 10-wicket haul in the match. He also reached the tally of 100 Test wickets to become the youngest player to achieve the feat for South Africa. · Cautious Pick – Imrul Kayes has been in and out of the side due to his inconsistency and this test was a big opportunity to prove himself at the helm of the batting order. Like always he failed in the test series so making a place in the Playing XI will be very difficult for him as of now. My XI – AB de Villiers (Captain), Hashim Amla (Vice-Captain), Soumya Sarkar, Kagiso Rabada, Mustafizur Rahman, Dwaine Pretorius, Wayne Parnell, Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Sabbir Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 13,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 13 After a spectacular ODI series, India outplayed the Aussies in the first T20I and got a mouth shutting reply from their counterparts in Guwahati. Australia were rampant across all departments in the second T20I and it had been a fairly long time since they put up a performance similar to this. An exciting finale at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium awaits as Friday will be the last assignment for the Kangaroos on this tour. David Warner, who took up the captaincy duties from Steve Smith, has done a terrific job thus far and it’ll be a huge boost if his side wins this encounter. India on the other side, wouldn’t be too flattered or worried with the fact that they were outplayed on the previous occasion. They back their strengths and on many occasions previously, the Indians made a terrific comeback after losing a game in such a fashion. · Best economical pick – Jason Behrendorff had the time of his life during his spell with the new ball. Such immaculate was his precision that the captain let him finish off his quota of four overs in a row. He bowled as many as 17 dot balls in his quota of four overs. He gave away only 21 runs and scalped four precious wickets. · Top captains & vice captains – Moises Henriques hit an unbeaten fifty in the game to steer the Aussies home. He targeted the Indian spinners to perfection to anchor the run chase. He remained unbeaten on 62 that came off just 46 deliveries with 4 fours and as many sixes. Virat Kohli was scalped by the visitors for his maiden duck on Tuesday and he must have countered a plan ahead of an all-important game. It would be interesting to see his approach early on in his innings and if he gets settled then there should not be any worries for India. · Smart pick – Jasprit Bumrah has been a class apart in the limited overs format since his debut. He has owned the death bowling overs with his ability to bowl searing Yorkers. He has missed his mark very rarely so far and Kohli would love to see him doing that one more time perfectly. · Cautious Pick – On a day when the Australian bowlers made merry, Andrew Tye was the only exception who leaked runs at an economy of over 6 in the innings. He gave away 30 runs in his complete quota of 4 overs. My XI – Moises Henriques (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Jason Bhrendorff, Jasprit Bumrah, Aaron Finch, Travis Head, Yuzvendra Chahal, Tim Paine, David Warner, Kedar Jadhav, Shikhar Dhawan
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v Sri Lanka on October 13,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v Sri Lanka on October 13 · Pakistan will be playing their first ODI since winning their maiden ICC Champions Trophy title as they lock horns with the Sri Lankans in the 5-match ODI series. The home side will be eager to win the limited-overs leg of the tournament after losing in the Test series against the Lankan side, their first home Test series loss in ten years. Sri Lanka, who are coming into this series after a 9-0 tour wash by India will draw a lot of confidence from the Test series victory against the home side. · Best economical pick – The off-spinner, Akila Dananjay who managed to raise a lot of eyebrows with his mystery spin. He made his debut at the age of 18 but failed to make his mark in his initial days. But he bamboozled few Indian batters quite comprehensively during the ODI series and he will be looking to continue the same in this series also. · Top captains & vice captains – The experience of Shoaib Malik, the most senior player of the side will be a key factor for Pakistan in this series. Before coming to this series Shoaib Malik has a brilliant series against World XI under his belt. He thumped World XI bowlers all around the park in the death overs with a series strike rate of a whopping 188. He also became the highest run-getter in T20Is for Pakistan surpassing Umar Akmal. Shoaib would like to continue his golden run of form in this series as well. Lahiru Thirimanne has been hitting the ball really well since his return. He looked fluent in the last series against India as well following his half century in his comeback game. He needs to anchor the innings throughout and try and break the jinx for his team. · Smart pick – Even though he failed totally in the last series against World XI, Fakhar Zaman gets the leverage despite the low scores because, with batsmen like him, destructive innings can be on the cards on his day. If Zaman is able to hold on to his wickets after a calm, yet destructive carnage in the initial overs, the purpose for having him in the team can hardly be questioned. · Cautious Pick – After failing miserably in the test series Kusal Mendis is due for a big score as the management continues to mentor him for the future. Mendis though needs to show some maturity now and convert the starts. My XI – Shoaib Malik (Captain), Lahiru Thirimane (Vice-Captain), Akila Dananjaya,Fakhar Zaman, Niroshan Dickwella, Babar Azam, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan, Upul Tharanga, Imad Wasim, Milinda Siriwardana
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 10,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 10 In a rain-affected encounter, India managed to thump the Australians fair and square at Ranchi and took a 1-0 lead in the 3-match T20 series. Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bowl first. Aaron Finch translated his form in the ODI into the T20s as he gave a blistering start to the Aussies. Much like the theme of the Australian tour of India, the visitors gave it away after receiving a good start as they lost wickets at regular intervals. Due to the time lost due to rain, India had to chase down a tricky total of 48 runs in six overs by applying DLS method. Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan completed the formalities and won the match by 9 wickets with three balls to spare. Kuldeep Yadav received the man of the match award for his spell. The second T20 international in Guwahati. The match offers an opportunity for Australia to bounce back in the series and level it and for India, it is a chance to wrap up the series by winning the second consecutive game. · Best economical pick – Kuldeep Yadav once again bamboozled the Aussies on a wicket which provided assistance to the spinners. Finch was bowled by a beauty by him. He was deservedly the winner of the Man of the Match award as he gave only 16 runs in his 4 overs and picked the most important wickets of the opposition. · Top captains & vice captains – Indian skipper Virat Kohli yet again proved key to the chase which could have gone either way after the early wicket of Sharma. His 22 runs were the most pleasing throughout the game as he controlled the small target smartly. Much like the theme of the series, Aaron Finch smashed 42 runs off just 30 balls at a strike rate of 140, with 4 fours and a maximum. He stitched a vital partnership with Glenn Maxwell to take Australia to a firm position at 55 within the power plays. · Smart pick – Jasprit Bumrah was exceptional once again in Ranchi and was accurate with his pinpoint Yorkers. He castled both Paine and Coulter-Nile in the same over with the near perfect deliveries. He could bowl only 3 overs due to rain and conceded just 17 runs with 2 wickets registered to his name. · Cautious Pick – Yuzvendra Chahal managed to get the better of Glenn Maxwell yet again, who was already under a lot of pressure this innings. He pulled a short ball straight into the hands of mid-wicket. Chahal has dismissed Maxwell 4 times in this tour so far. My XI –Virat Kohli (Captain), Aaron Finch (Vice-Captain), Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Jason Behrendorff, David Warner, Hardik Pandya, Tim Paine, Daniel Christian, Kedar Jadhav, Nathan Coulter-Nile
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 7,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 7 India annihilated Australia in the five-match ODI series 4-1 winning most of the games rather comfortably and didn’t allow them to come back. While the Indian juggernaut in ODIs continued, the struggle of the Aussies in the limited overs format has just increased this year. The world champions are no more the number 1 ranked side and have been pushed to the corner by most of the teams this year. Men in Blue, on the other hand, have become unbeatable in the format as they seem to have covered all the bases. However, the skipper Steve Smith insisted that he would love to return with a cup which means he is eyeing the 3-match T20I series starting this Saturday. While the hosts have kept more or less the same squad which played the 50-overs format, the visitors have tinkered their combination by drafting in the T20 specialists. · Best economical pick – Nathan Coulter-Nile did absolutely no harm to his reputation in the ODI series. The tall pacer emerged as the leading wicket taker in the series with 10 wickets to his name. He bowled with an averaged o 25.10 and had a very impressive economy rate of 5.12 with the ball. · Top captains & vice captains – Rohit Sharma capped off a good ODI series with a thundering ton to his name in the final ODI. Rohit hammered a match winning 125 off just 109 deliveries with 11 fours and 5 sixes to his name. Rohit aggregated 296 runs in the 5 matches in the series. He finished as the top scorer in the series and averaged 59.20 with the bat. In addition to his herculean ton, he notched up a couple fo fifties as well. Aaron Finch did not feature in all the matches in the series. He scored 124 on the day but was unfortunate to have ended on the losing side. In the next game at Bengaluru, he was again unlucky to have been dismissed in the 90s. He averaged 83.33 in the series – the highest by any batsman. Finch amasses 250 runs in 3 matches. · Smart pick – Jasprit Bumrah, the lead pace bowler for India in recent times, is currently ranked no. 2 with only 5 points behind the no. 1 ranked Imad Wasim. A strong showing the three T20Is against the team from down under will see Bumrah topple Imad and reach the pinnacle of the T20I bowlers’ rankings. · Cautious Pick – Everyone knows the potential of this power hitter, and everyone also knows that he isn’t using it to the fullest. But he failed miserably in the ODI series, even dropped from team for last 2 games. Glenn Maxwell scored just 58 runs from the 3 games he played in the ODI series. My XI –Rohit Sharma (Captain), Aaron Finch (Vice-Captain), Kedar Jadhav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kane Richardson, Moises Henriques, Tim Paine, Virat Kohli, Steven Smith
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v Sri Lanka on October 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v Sri Lanka on October 6 · Pakistan and Sri Lanka once again square-off in the second and final Test. In what will the sixth day-night Test in the history of international cricket, it will be the first time that the Lankans play a pink ball Test. Sri Lanka emphatically defeated hosts Pakistan as they successfully defended 135 runs to dismiss the home side for 114, winning by 21 runs. After the decimation they suffered against India, this is a welcome change of events for a team that has been struggling. Pakistan should be frustrated for not being able to chase a sub-150 score, regardless of the pitch conditions. They batted well in the first innings, scoring 422, but significantly deteriorated as the game progressed. One Test remains to be played, and Sri Lanka have taken the lead. Can Pakistan level the series, or will Sri Lanka win another away from home? · Best economical pick – The Test debutant was the last man to get out. Haris Sohail gave Pakistan a shot in the arms after Sri Lanka fought back with Azhar Ali’s wicket. Sohail scored seven boundaries and 2 sixes and showed that he belongs to this format, as he batted out 161 balls at a strike rate of 47.20. · Top captains & vice captains – Rangana Herath turned down the odds to lead his team to a historic six wickets win in the 2nd innings and finished the game with 11. He became only the 14th player in Test history to take 400 wickets with the milestone wicket sealing the game for his team. He is the only left-arm spinner among these 14 players with 400 Test wickets and only the 2nd left-arm bowler after Wasim Akram (414) to achieve this milestone. Talk about brilliant knocks of the year, this one from the willow of Dinesh Chandimal should rank right up there amongst the best. Dinesh Chandimal remained not out on 155 off 372 balls and he was an integral part of two hundred runs stands with Karunaratne and Dickwella, to go with a 92-run stand with Dilruwan Perera. · Smart pick – If Pakistan had won the first Test, Yasir Shah’s incredible spell of wrist spin bowling would’ve been lauded as one of the best ever. He absolutely ripped apart the Lankan batters, showing no mercy. For a moment, it was reminiscent of Shane Warne agonizing the English players in the Ashes. He returned with figures of 8/181, but his spell in the second innings was spine chilling and beautiful to the eye. · Cautious Pick – Just when people were thinking Pakistan is on the verge of finishing the day well in the first test, Babar Azam got out due to a pure lapse of concentration. He failed in both the innings of first test. My XI – Rangana Herath (Captain), Dinesh Chandimal (Vice-Captain), Yasir Shah, Haris Sohail, Azhar Ali, Dimuth Karunaratne, Mohammad Abbas, Niroshan Dickwella, Shan Masood, Mohammad Asghar, Sami Aslam
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Bangladesh on October 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Bangladesh on October 6 South Africa begin their mega home season by thumping Bangladesh in a one-sided encounter in first of the two-match Test series. The visitors never looked settled in the middle during their second innings and were bowled out for a paltry total of 90 and lost the game by a whopping 333 runs. Surprisingly, they succumbed to the left-arm spin of Keshav Maharaj as he scalped 7 wickets in the match. The overcast conditions over the last couple of days did not help the cause of visitors either. Riding high on confidence, the hosts will look at a clean sweep when they take on the visitors in the second Test at Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein on Friday. While the visitors have a lot of to think about after a dismal performance in their outing. However, the Tigers have the skill and temperament to do well in the second test. In the first Test, the Tigers did perform well in the first four days, only to lose the plot in the final day. If they can arrest such a collapse, then we may have a mouth-watering contest on offer. · Best economical pick – Mominul Haque has been terrific in recent times and he showed his class in this test also by scoring a fighting half century in the first innings. He scored 77 runs in the first innings and build a huge partnership with Captain Mushfiqur Rahim. · Top captains & vice captains – Dean Elgar missed out on a well-deserved double century by 1 run and was palpably agonized. When a batsman gets dismissed on 99 or 199, people often notice the one run they missed rather than the brilliant knock they played. It was a splendid knock from Dean Elgar, who compiled a breathtaking 199 off 288 balls, which included 15 fours and 3 sixes. Hashim Amla registered his 27th Test match hundred on day 2 and this brought him on level terms with Graeme Smith, who also amassed 27 centuries in his career. Both these legends are currently joint 2nd in the list of highest centuries by a South African in Test match cricket. · Smart pick – Bangladesh has few brilliant spinners in Mehidy Hasan and Mahmudullah, but they failed to pick up even a single wicket. The track didn’t provide anything for the spinners, but Keshav Maharaj bowled brilliantly with the softer ball and with the cracks slowly opening, he managed to pick up 7 wickets giving away 117 runs. · Cautious Pick – Imrul Kayes has been in and out of the side due to his inconsistency and this test was a big opportunity to prove himself at the helm of the batting order. But he failed again and scored just 39 runs in this test. My XI – Dean Elgar (Captain), Hashim Amla (Vice-Captain), Mominul Haque, Keshav Maharaj, Mustafizur Rahman, Andile Phehlukwayo, Quinton de Kock, Kagiso Rabada, Temba Bavuma, Sabbir Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on October 1 It was a day which ended streaks. For India’s perspective, they lost their first game after 9 consecutive wins. They were eyeing a perfect ten, a feat which has never been accomplished by India in ODIs. For Australia, they ended their nightmare streak of losing 11 away ODIs by finally winning one against India in Bengaluru. The 21-run loss to Kohli’s men has dethroned them from the No. 1 ODI ranking as South Africa has climbed past the Men in Blue. They are behind the Proteas by a slender margin and can regain the top spot if they manage to win the last ODI which is to be played at the Vidarbha Cricket Association in Nagpur on Sunday. · Best economical pick – In a chase of 335, Kedar Jadhav came into bat India at 147/3. He played second-fiddle to a rampaging Hardik Pandya, and was content to nudge the ball around for ones and twos. The scorecard would show Jadhav’s strike rate as 97.1 after walking in at No 5 in a chase of 335, but it wouldn't reveal the kind of match situations he overcame to produce this knock. His 67 came in 69 balls with seven fours and a six. · Top captains & vice captains – Steve Smith once again called it correctly at the toss and decided to bat first as Aaron Finch and David Warner strode out on a flat deck. The former has been a much-needed lifeline for their line-up as the duo piled on the runs with utter ease. They hit the bowlers with disdain and didn’t show any mercy. Warner brought up his century off 104 balls and the pair also added more than 200 for the first wicket in the process. The first wicket only fell in the 35th over as Warner was holed out of the part-timer Kedar Jadhav. But the damage had already been done by the openers. · Smart pick – Nathan Coulter-Nile has arguably been the best pace bowler for Australia in the series thus far. He did not disappoint this time around either. He took two key wickets in the game. He managed to dismiss Virat Kohli cheaply in the run chase. Later, he sent Axar Patel packing in the final over of the innings. · Cautious Pick – After being dropped from the previous ODI, Matthew Wade got a look in the Australian lineup for this particular game. He was under immense pressure to perform. Much to his miseries, his services with the bat were not needed on the day. He scored an unbeaten 3 in as many deliveries in the match. My XI – Aaron Finch (Captain), David Warner (Vice-Captain), Kedar Jadhav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Hardik Pandya, Patrick Cummins, Umesh Yadav, Peter Handscomb, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Travis Head
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