14Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Australia on November 14,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Australia on November 14 New Zealand will take on arch-rivals Australia in the final of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Sunday. Kiwis have reached the final for the first time in T20 World Cup and will be dreaming of lifting the cup. With some phenomenal batting display from Daryl Mitchell, New Zealand defeated favorites England in the first semi-final. They will be aiming for their second major ICC title this year. Devon Conway has been ruled out of the final with a hand injury. Australia, on the other hand, were not the favorites to reach the finals, but they proved everyone wrong with some stellar all-round performances. Despite losing 5 wickets in the run-chase against Pakistan, the duo of Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade earned the Aussies a 5-wicket victory to cement their spot in the finals. Both sides are aiming for their first T20 World Cup title and we can expect a cracker of a contest between them. Best economical pick–Matthew Wade played one of the best knocks of the tournament in the second semi-final against Pakistan and won the game for the Aussies. In 3 innings in this tournament, he has scored 74 runs at an average of 74. Top captains & vice captains–David Warner has been in superb form in this tournament. The left-hander has scored 236 runs in this tournament and has scored his runs at an average of 47.20 and a strike rate of close to 150. Daryl Mitchell was outstanding in the semifinal clash between England and New Zealand. The right-handed batter stayed till the end and scored a superb 72* off 47 deliveries at the top of the order. Mitchell has scored 197 runs in the competition at an average of close to 40. Smart pick –Adam Zampa is a special bowler in this format and has performed extremely well in this World Cup. He has scalped 12 wickets in 6 matches at an impressive economy of 5.69. Cautious Pick –Mitchell Santner has been economical with the ball. However, he has scalped only 2 wickets in this World Cup. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – David Warner (Captain), Daryl Mitchell (Vice-Captain), Adam Zampa, Mathew Wade, Martin Guptill, Glenn Maxwell, Ish Sodhi, Pat Cummins, Aaron Finch, Adam Milne, Tim Seifert
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10Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Australia on November 11,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Australia on November 11 Pakistan and Australia will lock horns in the semi-final of ICC T20 World Cup 2021. The match will take place on November 11 at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. While Australia qualified for semis from group 1, Pakistan qualified from group 2. Pakistan played 5 matches during the super 12 round of T20 World Cup 2021. They won all of their matches and finished on the top spot in group 2 points table with 10 points. In their opening game, Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets. Later, they defeated New Zealand by 5 wickets. Pakistan also outplayed Afghanistan by 5 wickets and Namibia by 45 runs. In their last game of the super 12 round, they defeated Scotland by 72 runs. With 5 wins in 5 games so far, Pakistan are undefeated in the tournament. Talking about Australia, they finished on the 2nd spot in the group 2 points table after the super 12 round and qualified for semi-finals. Australia played 5 matches, winning 4 and losing 1. They managed to earn a better net run rate than South Africa, who also finished with 8 points. Australia defeated South Africa by 5 wickets in their opening match. Later, they defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets and Bangladesh by 8 wickets. They also defeated West Indies by 8 wickets. Australia’s only loss arrived against England, to whom they lost by 8 wickets. Best economical pick–Not many people rated Haris Rauf before this tournament and if his numbers were anything to go by, he did blow hot and cold in his T20I career. However, he has been sensational in this World Cup. Such has been his effectiveness in the death overs that against India and New Zealand, he conceded only 23 runs in overs between16-20. There is little doubt that Australia will target him, but Rauf has emerged as a skillful bowler. He is rapid when he wants to crank it up, but then with the same arm speed his slower balls are well disguised and he becomes extremely difficult to go after. Top captains & vice captains–Mohammad Rizwan is a right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman from Pakistan who opens the innings for them. He has stacked 214 runs in this tournament so far. He has the potential to pile up huge runs if he gets going early on. David Warner is a left-handed batsman from Australia who opens the innings for them. He has smashed 187 runs in this tournament so far. His return in form has been Australia’s greatest strength. Smart pick –Aaron Finch is a right-handed batsman from Australia who leads the team. He has smacked 130 runs in this tournament so far. He will be aiming to win the powerplay for his side with the bat. Cautious Pick –Hasan Ali has been ineffective as the third seamer. Without doubt, Ali is an effervescent cricketer and has the talent to succeed at the top level. But it is a fact that the 27-year-old has failed to deliver for Pakistan in this World Cup. He went for 44 against India even though he claimed a couple of wickets. And he hasn’t shown a lot of improvement in the other games either. My XI – Mohammad Rizwan (Captain), David Warner (Vice-Captain), Aaron Finch, Haris Rauf, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Asif Ali, Mathew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, Fakhar Zaman
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09Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs New Zealand on November 10,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs New Zealand on November 10 In the highly anticipated game, England will take on New Zealand in the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2021. England have been professional right throughout this tournament and rightly deserved their spot in the semis. Jason Roy’s injury is a huge setback for them. The Three Lions won 4 matches in a row, but they lost against the Proteas by 10 runs in their final league game. New Zealand, on the other hand, always tends to perform well in ICC events. They know how to deal with the pressure during tense moments. After losing out to Pakistan in their opening encounter, they didn’t look back and won their next 4 matches on the trot with a lot of ease. They don’t have specialist T20 game-changers, but they perform as a team and have the ability to beat England in this match. Best economical pick – Liam Livingstoneis more than handy with the ball. It will be interesting to see whether he bowls against New Zealand. Livingstone is known for hitting sixes as well, and will be an economical pick for your fantasy teams. Top captains & vice captains – Jos Buttlerhas been going great guns in the tournament so far. With a century to his name, Jos Buttler has already scored 240 runs in five innings at an average of 120 and with a strike-rate of 155. He will be a key wicket for New Zealand and his performance in the powerplay overs could go a long way in determining how the rest of the match pans out. England might miss the services ofRoyas the England opener limped out of the last game with a calf injury and hence, Buttler needs to shoulder the responsibility at the top of the order. In a must-win game against Afghanistan,KaneWilliamsonplayed a responsible knock and scored an unbeaten 40 runs from 42 balls. Overall in 5 innings in this tournament, he has accumulated 126 runs at an average of 42. Smart pick – Trent Boultis the key weapon for New Zealand with the new cherry. The surface here at Abu Dhabi will be ideal for his pace and swing. He is the joint second-highest wicket-taker in this tournament with 11 scalps in 5 matches. Cautious Pick – Mitchell Santnerhas been economical in this tournament. However, he has picked up only 2 wickets in 5 matches so far. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Jos Buttler (Captain), Kane Williamson (Vice-Captain), Trent Boult, Liam Livingstone, Devon Conway, Adil Rashid, Ish Sodhi, Daryl Mitchell, Martin Guptill, Jonny Bairstow, Chris Jordan
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07Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Namibia on November 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Namibia on November 8 India will take on Namibia in the final league match of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Monday. India will be closely watching the New Zealand vs Afghanistan game. If New Zealand beats the Afghan, India will be definitely out of the tournament. The Men in Blue went on to beat Scotland in their previous game by a massive margin by 8 wickets, with 81 balls still left in the match. Their net run rate has gradually increased, which is a bonus for them. Namibia has shown a lot of character and potential in this World Cup. They are the team to watch out for in the future. Their cricketing structure has improved a lot in recent times. Namibia gave a nightmare for the New Zealand batters in the last game, but the batters failed to score runs. As a result, they encountered their thirdloss in the Super 12 stages. Best economical pick – David Wiesemade a huge impact for Namibia in this World Cup with both bat and ball. He has scored 201 runs at an average of 50.25, and has also picked up 6 wickets at an economy of 7.3. Top captains & vice captains – Lokesh Rahulscored the fastest half-century in this World Cup against Scotland. He got dismissed after a well-made 50 runs from 19 balls, which comprised of 6 fours and 3 sixes. Gerhard Merwe Erasmusis the second-highest run-scorer for Namibia in this tournament. In 7 matches, he has accumulated 139 runs at an average of 23.16, with the highest score of 53*. Smart pick – Rishabh Pantcan bat anywhere, according to the team’s needs. In 3 innings in this World Cup, he has scored 78 runs, at an average of 39 and a strike rate of 125.8. Cautious Pick – Bernard Scholtzhas scalped 3 wickets in 6 matches in this tournament. It’s better to drop him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Lokesh Rahul (Captain), Gerhard Erasmus (Vice-Captain), David Weise, Rishabh Pant, Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, Ruben Trumpleman, Hardik Pandya
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07Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Scotland on November 7,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Scotland on November 7 In a dead rubber game, Pakistan will take on Scotland in the penultimate Super 12 match of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Sunday. Pakistan know the UAE conditions better than any other team in this World Cup and have made the most of it. They are the first team from Group 2 to have secured a place in the semi-finals. The green shirts defeated India and New Zealand in their first two matches, which essentially was enough to confirm their berth. Scotland, on the other hand, have lost all of their 4 matches in the Super 12 stage and currently sit at bottom of the Group 2 table, with no points in their account. They were pretty ordinary with the bat against India and paid a hefty price for that, as they lost the match by 8 wickets with 81 balls to spare. Best economical pick – Haris Raufis the pick of the bowlers from Pakistan in this World Cup. He has got excellent variations and will be really effective in the middle overs. He has scalped 7 wickets in 4 matches in this World Cup, with the best figures of 4/22. Top captains & vice captains – Babar Azammay not be a big hitter of the cricket ball, but knows how to pace the innings. He has scored 3 half-centuries in 4 matches in this tournament. Overall, he has scored 198 runs at an average of 66. Michael Leaskis a must-pick player from the all-rounders’ slot. So far in this tournament, he has scored 116 runs at an average of 23.2 and has picked up 4 wickets as well. Smart pick – Mohammad Rizwanis the most consistent batter from the Pakistani team at the moment. He struggled initially against Namibia in the previous game and did well at the late end of the innings. He remained unbeaten on 79 runs from 50 balls, which comprised of 8 fours and 4 sixes. Cautious Pick – Kyle Coetzeraverages 12.5 with the bat in this tournament. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Babar Azam (Captain), Micheal Leask (Vice-Captain), Mohammad Rizwan, Haris Rauf, George Munsey, Fakhar Zaman, Mark Watt, Shaheen Afridi, Richard Berrington, Asif Ali, Imad Wasim
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07Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Afghanistan on November 7,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Afghanistan on November 7 New Zealand will take on Afghanistan in the 40thmatch of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Super Sunday. Both sides are aiming to confirm their spot in the semi-finals, and this will be a must-win match for them. After losing their first match to Pakistan, New Zealand did extremely well to win their next three matches and will be confident of beating Afghanistan in this match. They are at the secondspot in the Group 2 standings with 6 points. There are still some concerns with their batting and it needs to be addressed. Winning might not enough for Afghanistan. They must win this match by a huge margin to keep themselves in contention, with India expected to beat Namibia in the last Super 12 fixture. They lost badly India in their previous match by 66 runs. The Afghan bowlers were all over the place and didn’t bowl up to the expectations. With 2 wins and 2 losses, they are at the fourthspot in the Group 2 standings with 4 points. Best economical pick – Hazratullah Zazaiis a strong lad who can hit the ball hard if it’s in his zone. He has accumulated90 runs in 4 matches in this tournament, at an average of 22.5 and a strike rate of 116.88. Top captains & vice captains – Martin Guptillis the major contributor of runs for New Zealand in this World Cup. The New Zealand opener has scored 148 runs in 4 matches at an average of 37, with a strike rate of 133.33. Mohammad Nabihas scored the most runs for Afghanistan in this World Cup. He has mustered 113 runs at an average of 113, with a strike rate of 132.94. The Afghan skipper picked up a wicket as well. Smart pick – Jimmy Neeshamplayed a rescue act in the last game against Namibia. He scored unbeaten 35 runs from 23 balls, which turned out to be a match-winning one. He has even picked up a wicket as well. Cautious Pick – Devon Conwayis not in the greatest of forms in this tournament. He averages 15.66 with the bat, and hence, it’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Martin Guptill (Captain), Mohammad Nabi (Vice-Captain), Jimmy Neesham, Hazratullah Zazai, Najibullah Zadran, Trent Boult, Ish Sodhi, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Shahzad, Daryl Mitchell, Rahmnullah Gurbaz
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05Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on November 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on November 6 England and South Africa will battle it out against each other in the Match 39 of the World T20 Cup. The former has had an impressive run in the tournament. The Eoin Morgan-led side has won all their matches in the mega event so far. They are comfortably placed at the top of the Group 1 points table. Heading into this match they will aim to take their winning momentum further. South Africa, on the other hand, has also exuded some great character in the marquee competition. In their previous game against Bangladesh, the team dominated the proceedings by securing a thumping victory by six wickets. The contest between the table toppers of the Group 1 will be an intriguing contest to watch out for. Best economical pick – In four matches, Dwaine Pretorius has managed to pick seven wickets with an average just above 10. He has shown a great level of consistency and the wickets have suited him. He might seem like the weak link in this bowling attack, but his performances have stood out. Any team with a successful fifth bowler is bound to have success and Pretorius and the Proteas have shown that in this tournament. Top captains & vice captains – Jos Buttleris one of the most pivotal cogs of England’s wheel. In the previous game, he hit a belligerent century to put the team at the driver’s seat. He can be a good player to bank on for this game. Quinton de Kock had started the year with some good scores under his belt. But, in this tournament, his numbers have been underwhelming, to say the least. However, his average signifies that he will come good at one point. Alot has happenedin this tournament that has made his numbers drop, one would say. But, this could be his opportunity to fix those numbers and come good when his team requires him the most. On top of that, he assures any fan of at least one or two dismissals. Smart pick – Moeen Alicomes in handy with his all-round abilities. In the last match, he picked up two wickets. He is a good timer of the ball and will be determined to perform for the side. Cautious Pick – Dawid Malanhas recently been dethroned from his no. 1 T20I men’s batter rankings. Some of that has to be associated with his own batting form, which hasn’t been all that good in this tournament or leading into this. My XI – Jos Buttler (Captain), Quinton de Kock (Vice-Captain), Dwaine Pretorius, Moeen Ali, Jason Roy, Temba Bavuma, Liam Livingstone, Adil Rashid, Tabraiz Samshi, Rassie van der Dussen, Anrich Nortje
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05Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs West Indies on November 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs West Indies on November 6 Australia and West Indies will lock horns with each other for the Match 38 of the World T20 Cup. The former outplayed Bangladesh completely in their previous game. The team restricted the Tigers for just 73 runs and won the match by eight wickets. Heading into this match the Aaron Finch-led side will be keen to register another victory to grab two important points. West Indies, on the other hand, has had a dismaying outing in the tournament so far. The team has secured just 1 victory from four matches they have played. The team will look forward to punching above their weights to secure a win in this game and ending their campaign on a positive note. Best economical pick – Akeal Hoseinhas been one of the more consistent players for the West Indies in this tournament. He is an extremely good fielder, something which we have seen in this tournament already. Hosein has also picked up four wickets in as many matches of this tournament. In the last game, he wasn’t used properly because there were too many left-handed batters in the Sri Lankan team. Against Australia, he will be used extensively against the middle order, because all of them are right-handers. This is a good reason why he could get some success as well. Top captains & vice captains – Aaron Finchis one of the most pivotal players on the side. In the last two matches, he has looked pretty impressive with the willow. He will be determined to take the momentum further for the side. Shimron Hetmyerplayed an impressive unbeaten knock of 81 runs. His innings included eight fours and four sixes. He will aim to make an impact for the side in their last match of the tournament. Smart pick – Ever since his stint with the Chennai Super Kings, Josh Hazelwood seems to have a better understanding and game plan for T20 cricket. He has been exceptional in this tournament, barring one game against England. He has picked up four wickets in four games and also had a good series in the Caribbean earlier this year. All these factors make him a good solid pick for this contest. Cautious Pick – Chris Gayleis struggling to score runs in this World Cup. He has scored only 30 runs in this tournament. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Aaron Finch (Captain), Shimron Hetmyer (Vice-Captain), Akeal Hosein, Josh Hazelwood, Glenn Maxwell, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Marsh, Nicolas Pooran, Evin Lewis, Mathew Wade, Marcus Stoinis
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05Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Scotland on November 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Scotland on November 5 India kept their semi-final hopes alive with a massive victory over Afghanistan by 66 runs, which finally opened their points tally. Openers Lokesh Rahul and Rohit Sharma put up a 140-run stand for the opening wicket, which was one of the main highlights of the match. Later on, the bowlers did a fine job to claim the victory. Miracles must happen if they want to qualify for the knockouts. Scotland, on the other hand, have already knocked themselves out of the tournament with 3 straight losses. They put up a good show against New Zealand, but fell short of the target by 16 runs. It’s a good opportunity for them to give their best against India. Best economical pick – Michael Leaskfought extremely hard in the run-chase against New Zealand, but his knock of 42* runs went in vain, as Scotland lost the match by 16 runs. He has scored 95 runs and has also picked up 4 wickets so far in this tournament. Top captains & vice captains – Rohit Sharmais back with a bang, as he played a solid knock of 74 runs against the strong bowling attack of Afghanistan. We witnessed the usual Sharma on Wednesday, as he fearlessly attacked the bowlers whenever needed. George Munseyis a good top-order batter. He showed great character with the bat in the last game against New Zealand, where he scored 22 runs from 18 balls. Overall in 6 matches in this tournament, he has accumulated 111 runs at an average of 18.5. Smart pick – Rishabh Pantwas promoted up the order in the last game against Afghanistan, and he did well to score 27* runs from 13 balls. Overall in 3 matches in this World Cup, he has scored 78 runs at an average of 39. Cautious Pick – Calum Macleodhas scored only 27 runs in 5 innings in this competition. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Rohit Sharma (Captain), George Munsey (Vice-Captain), Rishabh Pant, Micheal Leask, Kyle Coetzer, Jasprit Bumrah, Mark Watt, Bradley Wheal, Lokesh Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Suryakumar Yadav
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05Nov2021
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Namibia on November 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Namibia on November 5 New Zealand and Namibia will battle it out against each other in match 36 of the World T20 Cup. The former though lost their opening fixture to Pakistan, but they bounced back stronger to secure back-to-back victories against India and Scotland. The Kane Williamson-led side will aim to secure another win in order to fancy their chances of making it to the semi-finals. Namibia, on the other hand, has won only one game in the Super 12s. They secured victory against Scotland by four wickets. They then lost both their next fixtures against Afghanistan and Pakistan. Heading into this match, they will look to punch above their weights in order to secure victory. Best economical pick – Ish Sodhihas been instrumental for the side in the tournament. He has chimed in with crucial wickets and has bowled economical spells. He will be determined to put up a good show at the display. Top captains & vice captains – Martin Guptillplayed a belligerent inning of 93 runs in the previous game. His contributions at the top order will be pivotal for the side. Guptill can be the other good pick for this game. Trent Boultis one of the key players of the Black Caps. In the match against India, he scalped three wickets. He continued his momentum further to pick two wickets against Scotland. Smart pick – David Wiesewas impressive with both bat and ball against Pakistan. He bowled some serious line and lengths against the likes of Mohammad Rizwan and got rid of Babar Azam in the end. He remained unbeaten on 43 runs from 31 balls. Cautious Pick – Jimmy Neeshamhasn’t got many opportunities to bat in this World Cup and he has bowled only 3 overs so far. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – Martin Guptill (Captain), Trent Boult (Vice-Captain), David Wiese, Ish Sodhi, Ruben Trumpelmann, Kane Willamson, Craig Williams, Glen Phillips, JJ Smit, Devon Conway, Tim Seifert
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