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13Dec2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on December 14,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on December 14 If England are to keep their Ashes hopes alive then they will have to avoid defeat in the third Test match against Australia in Perth. Starting on 14 December at the Waca, the third Test could see Steve Smith’s Aussie side win back the title after taking a 2-0 series lead with victory in Adelaide. It’s an uphill task for the tourists, but skipper Joe Root believes they are still “massively in the series”. With three Tests left to play, England can still retain the Ashes if they draw the series, so the pressure is on, starting in Perth next week. · Best economical pick – Patrick Cummins in steadfastly turning himself into a genuine all-rounder for Australia. He impressed with the bat as he played a matured knock of 44 runs in the first innings. With the ball, he bowled decently to get rid of Joe Root, English skipper and Dawid Malan in the first innings. · Top captains & vice captains – Shaun Marsh was effortlessly Australia’s Player of the Match. His awe-inspiring century in the first innings attributed to Australia’s significant score first innings. The knock eventually turned out to be the difference between both the teams. He couldn’t quite replicate the same form in the second innings, but by then Australia already had England on the mat. Joe Root timing the ball ever-so-sweetly as things started looking comfortable for the visitors in day 4. He struck some timely boundaries on the fourth day while reaching his fifty with a drive to come back for two. Just when Root looked comfortable on the crease, an in-swinging delivery from Hazlewood caught the English batsman plumb in front. · Smart pick – Mitchell Starc made a comeback to the Australian team after an injury layoff. He found his feet in the first Test itself. He replicated the same rhythm in the Day-Night encounter and was right on the money in England’s first innings as he nipped out three vital wickets. In the second innings, Starc made inroads into England’s batting lineup. · Cautious Pick – Usman Khawaja has been struggling to claim a permanent spot in the Australian Test team. He didn’t help himself in the second Test. Nevertheless, he dished out a painstaking, yet graceful half-century in the first innings. He perished after a couple of impressive stands with Warner and Steve Smith. In the second innings, he was trapped in front by James Anderson for a low score. My XI – Shaun Marsh (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain),Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Jonny Bairstow, Cameron Bancroft, Chris Woakes, Patrick Cummins, James Vince, Steve Smith, Craig Overton
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12Dec2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on December 13,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on December 13 India will look to bounce back in the second ODI against Sri Lanka after the humiliating loss in the first ODI to level the three-match ODI series 1-1. Virat Kohli minus India struggled against Sri Lanka in the first ODI, being bowled out for 112. Rohit Sharma-led India would look to turn the tables around when they face off Sri Lanka in the second ODI. Sri Lanka have performed above expectations in the first ODI to break 12-match losing streak. India are without their star batsman in Virat Kohli, but they have enough firepower in their line-up to destroy any bowling attack. However, they had an off day in Dharamsala where conditions were conducive for fast bowling. Sri Lanka would look to carry on the momentum and win a rare series away from home. · Best economical pick – One of the most impressive Lankan cricketers in the ongoing tour Suranga Lakmal was all smiles in Dharamshala. The pacer made full use of the conditions and bagged four big wickets in his quota of 10 overs. Lakmal conceded just 13 runs and bowled four maiden overs. He looked unplayable and went for just one boundary. He was adjudged the man of the match. · Top captains & vice captains – Rohit Sharma is one of the most devastating openers in limited-overs cricket. He can destroy any bowling attack on his day. He had an off day in Dharamsala, but would look to make amends in the Mohali ODI. Rohit had always scored well against Sri Lanka and would look to bank on his past records against the island nation to destroy them in the 2nd ODI. On a wicket where the Indian’s top order managed to accumulate just 13 runs, Upul Tharanga smashed ten boundaries and held one end up. He lost his opening partner Gunathilaka and then Lahiru Thirimanne inside the first seven overs but didn’t drop his guard. He edged one to the slips to Shikhar Dhawan and missed out on a well-deserved fifty, as he went back scoring 49 off 46 balls. · Smart pick – MS Dhoni has shown time and again that temperament is a greater supplement over technique and he showed it one more time in first ODI with a sparkling half century and fought a lone battle for India while the wickets were tumbling down at the other end. The former captain was the last man dismissed for India at the score of 65 having faced 87 deliveries and hit 10 boundaries and 2 sixes. · Cautious Pick – Dinesh Karthik had a horrible time batting in the first ODI as he registered the record of scoring the longest duck by an Indian batsman in an ODI. Karthik looked completely out of sorts right through his presence at the crease against the moving ball. He was beaten repeatedly both on the inside as well as the outside edge and his dismissal always looked on the cards. My XI – Rohit Sharma (Captain), Upul Tharanga (Vice-Captain) MS Dhoni, Suranga Lakmal, Shreyas Iyer, Nuwan Pradeep, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Yuzvendra Chahal, Manish Pandey, Danushka Gunathilaka
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08Dec2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on December 10,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on December 10 Team India has the great opportunity to climb to the top of the ICC ODI rankings in the upcoming three-match series against Sri Lanka. The recently concluded Test series was won by the hosts by 1-0 as the final game in Delhi was ended in a draw. However, the series will also mark the international captaincy debut for Rohit Sharma who has previously led Mumbai Indians to a couple of titles in Indian Premier League. Virat Kohli, the regular Indian skipper across formats, has been rested keeping in mind the all-important tour of South Africa in January next year. He will also miss the three-match T20I series which will follow after the One-Day Internationals. If the India whitewash the team from island nation they can trump South Africa in the race to top the ICC ODI rankings. Currently, both the teams are locked at 120 rating points with the Proteas sneaking ahead with the help of decimal points. They can perch to the numero uno position after winning the first ODI on Sunday as well but to sustain at the top, they have to win the remaining two games too. · Best economical pick – In the pace bowling department, India will see the comeback of their ace bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Kumar, who was a star performer in the first Test against Sri Lanka, had to miss out on the final two Tests due to personal commitments. Now, he is back to take the field and should be a preferred pick over rookie Siddarth Kaul. · Top captains & vice captains – Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma will open the innings for the team. Rohit will have the added responsibility of being the captain. Well, that should not be much of a concern as Rohit has always thrived under the captaincy pressure. Meanwhile, Shikhar Dhawan had also mustered a fifty in the final Test against the islanders. He, too, would want to get some runs under his belt before the bigger tour that awaits a month later. · Smart pick – Jasprit Bumrah, who recently received his maiden call-up in the Test team, will be eager to brush up his skills before heading to the South Africa. He has been one of the strong weapons in the Indian death bowling over the last year or so. · Cautious Pick – Team India will face difficulties in picking up their middle-order. They will head in to the series without the services of their most consistent batsman, Virat Kohli. Ajinkya Rahane’s string of low scores in the Test series is a cause of concern for the team ahead of the Test series in South Africa. Rahane had accumulated only 17 runs in 5 innings in the recently concluded series. My XI – Shikhar Dhawan (Captain), Rohit Sharma (Vice-Captain) B Kumar, J Bumrah, Danushka Gunathilaka, Yuzvendra Chahal, Thisara Perera, N Dickwella, Kedar Jadhav, Dhananjaya de Silva, Lahiru Thirimanne
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08Dec2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand v West Indies on December 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand v West Indies on December 9 · West Indies are focused on surviving Neil Wagner’s short-ball barrages as they look to square the series against New Zealand in the second and final Test starting in Hamilton on Saturday. The Caribbean visitors have historically been known for their own fast, intimidator bowling, but were troubled by Wagner’s rising deliveries in the first Test primarily from his short ball that angles in towards the rib cage. Wagner was New Zealand’s chief destroyer in Wellington with seven wickets in the first innings and nine for the match, which the hosts won by an innings and 67 runs. New Zealand have been boosted by the confirmed return of swing bowler Tim Southee, who missed the first Test for the birth of his second child, in the only change to their lineup. But despite the lop-sided result in the first Test, New Zealand are braced for a West Indies fightback similar to the way the tourists recovered in England just four months ago · Best economical pick – Playing his maiden test match, the New Zealand wicket keeper batsman Tom Blundell played the waiting game. His 107 came off 180 deliveries. Blundell hit 13 fours and a solitary six in his knock. · Top captains & vice captains – Neil Wagner wreaked havoc in Windies camp in the first innings and returned with the figures of 7/39. The visitors were bundled out for just 134 after being 59/0 at one stage courtesy the fierce spell from the fast bowler. Fittingly, he also took the last wicket of the innings which was his seventh and registered best figures by a left-arm pace bowler in New Zealand. Kraigg Brathwaite, the opener, showed some serious spirit and temperament to stay at the crease for 221 deliveries. Brathwaite scored a fighting 91 with 8 fours and a six during his stay at the crease. He lost partners from the other end and eventually was trapped lbw by Mitchell Santner. · Smart pick – Colin de Grandhomme absolutely blew away the opposition with his hard hitting in the first test. He smashed a quick fire 105 off just 74 balls with 11 fours and 3 sixes to his name. He batted with a strike rate of over 140 in the innings. · Cautious Pick – Sunil Ambris had an unforgettable Test debut at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on the first day against New Zealand. He was dismissed hit-wicket off the first ball of his Test career which agonizingly cut short his dream to play a memorable knock for his country. However, it was also the first ever instance in the history of Test cricket when a debutant was dismissed hit-wicket for a golden duck. My XI – Neil Wagner (Captain), Kraigg Brathwaite (Vice-Captain), Colin de Grandhomme, Tom Blundell, Ross Taylor, Shimron Hetmyer, Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Jeet Raval, Shai Hope, Roston Chase
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01Dec2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on December 2,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on December 2 The third and final Test match of the three-match series between India and Sri Lanka is all set to commence on December 2 in Delhi. The hosts won the second match by an innings and 239 runs and have gained an upper hand with a 1-0 lead. Sri Lanka will look to make a comeback in the final Test and register their first ever Test victory in the country thereby level the series as well. Virat Kohli led Indian side is looking too good for the likes the inexperienced visitors who were literally annihilated in Nagpur. Though they would not want to take anything for granted and keep the same intensity on the field and seal the series by 2-0. Dinesh Chandimal, on the other hand, has always urged his team to fight back and a couple of spirited performances are enough to spark the other members of the team. The Test match will also mark the end of the mega home season for India in the longest format of the team. · Best economical pick – Murali Vijay is expected to keep his place in the side. His knock of 123 at the top provided the solid platform for the batsmen to come and dominate the Sri Lankan bowlers. It never seemed he was coming back after a gap of almost 8-9 months and looked fluent in his shot-making. · Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli reached a brand-new milestone as he registered his fifth double ton with his carefully constructed innings of 213 runs off 267 balls, at a remarkable strike rate of 79.78. With this innings, he levelled with Brian Lara’s highest record of 5 double tons as captain. After KL Rahul’s unceremonious, early departure from the crease, it was the pair of Vijay-Pujara that constructed a partnership worth 209 runs and consolidated India’s innings. Pujara went on to score 143 runs out of his long-stay of 362 deliveries on the field. The innings marked his 13th century in Test cricket and included 14 boundaries · Smart pick – Rohit Sharma broke his silence with the bat after 500 days of exile in Test cricket last week with a magnificent century. He will most likely play in Delhi as well keeping in mind his role in South Africa. He has done his chance no harm by batting aggressively in Nagpur and would like to play the same way. · Cautious Pick – One of the finest batsmen that the Indian batting lineup boasts of at the moment is Ajinkya Rahane. He has been one of the batting mainstays of Indian middle-order in the longest format of the game. But in the ongoing series against Sri Lanka, his form has largely been close to his reputation. In the three innings that he has played across the two Tests, he has failed to cross the 4-run mark. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), C Pujara (Vice-Captain) Murali Vijay, Rohit Sharma, Suranga Lakmal, Ishant Sharma, R Ashwin, Dilruwan Perera, Wriddhiman Saha, Dimuth Karunaratne, Lakshan Sandakan
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01Dec2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on December 2,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on December 2 The second of Ashes series will begin tomorrow, the 2nd of December with the home nation firmly in the driver’s seat to regain the world most famous trophy. Australia completed a 10 wicket win just 5 days ago and will have their eyes set on the same result again. Adelaide has been a pleasant home for the Australian cricket team in recent years, losing just once since 2003. England will take some solace knowing that they were the ones to inflict this defeat in 2010. The Adelaide test will be the first ever Day/Night Ashes test, and with that brings a fresh challenge, The Pink Ball. · Best economical pick – Making his debut in the Ashes, Cameron Bancroft would have hoped for a better start. He misfired in the first innings, edging Stuart Broad behind after only making five, but showed his potential second time around to score an impressive half-century and set up the emphatic win. · Top captains & vice captains – The cricketing world is beginning to run out of superlatives to describe Steve Smith. The best Batsman in the world has an imposing record in day/night test matches. In his 6 innings, he has posted scores of 130, 63, 59, 40, 53 and 14. Believe it or not, this is actually worse than his record in other test matches of late. In the first innings David Warner ended up cheaply losing his wicket, whipping an innocuous delivery from Jake Ball straight into the hands of mid-wicket. However, the swashbuckling left-hander made amends in the second innings with a destructive fifty in the evening session of day four to pave the course for an Ashes lead. · Smart pick – Much has been made about Mitchell Starc’s Pink ball prowess and rightly so, In the 5 innings he has bowled in at test level he has taken 16 wickets at 22.75, and his first-class record is even better. His pace and swing seem to suit the pink ball better than any other bowler in world cricket. · Cautious Pick – Alastair Cook looked fidgety and seemed to hit balls he didn’t have to. Unfortunately, this had him dismissed cheaply in both innings. If England are to have any chance in the 2nd test Cook will need to find some form and score big. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), David Warner (Vice-Captain),Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Jonny Bairstow, Cameron Bancroft, Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes, Patrick Cummins, James Vince, Shaun Marsh
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30Nov2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand v West Indies on December 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand v West Indies on December 1 · The Kiwis are quite a force to reckon with and they received a lot of praises for the fighting spirit they showed in India, despite losing the series. They are a confident unit who always look to give their best and to face them on their turf isn’t an easy job. Skipper Williamson hasn’t been amongst the runs, but now he has a great chance to set things straight. Taking their recent records into account, New Zealand clearly is ahead of them despite losing both the series in India. Windies did manage to win the Test series in Zimbabwe, but can that be termed good enough to call them favorites? No! Yet, they are an unpredictable side and the Kiwis should be at their best if they are to pull off the result they’re expected to. · Best economical pick – With green tops on offer, the series will be a battle between talented pacers from both the sides. Trent Boult, who finished the Indian series with 10 wickets, is a key player for the hosts. · Top captains & vice captains – Kane Williamson at No. 3 will hold the key for New Zealand. He is the best batsman of the side and can control the entire innings whilst the rest bat around him. The 26-year old has been in great touch in last few months. The West Indian side did look hopeless when they traveled to England for a Test series. But with Shai Hope’s twin centuries in Headingley, they managed to pull off a spectacular result in that game, despite losing the series. Shai Hope has been amassing runs on the most complicated and trickiest of tracks, making him one of the finest batters from the Caribbean Islands. They need him to fire if they are to walk off their country with some decent results. · Smart pick – One of the finest and underrated openers across the globe, Tom Latham has set high benchmarks for his opening competitors. In the last one year, the southpaw has been accumulating a lot of runs and he has been one of their best batters across all formats. Whilst a few Blackcaps’ players struggled against the spinners in India, he was outstanding against them. Latham is big threat to watch out for the Windies as he has the tendency to bat for ages. · Cautious Pick – Shane Dowrich won’t be getting any more chances in the coming future at number 6 after his dismal run in the last series against England. He scored just 24 runs with a duck in second test in the 3 match test series against England. So it will be a risk if you trade him in your team. My XI – Kane Williamson (Captain), Shai Hope (Vice-Captain), Trent Boult, Tom Latham, Jeet Raval, Sunil Ambris, Kemar Roach, Jason Holder, Roston Chase, Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls
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23Nov2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on November 24,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on November 24 They were outplayed till the first session of the fourth day, but in a very short period, India turned things around in their favor with ease. They almost managed to script one of the greatest comebacks in cricket history if it hadn’t been for the bad light sabotaging their ambitions. All those who questioned their number one status after a dismal rendition in the first half of the Test match got a fitting reply and Sri Lanka managed to survive a major humiliation. The Lankan Lions were caught in a predicament and for about an hour on the final day, they were left delirious about the result. A healthy 122-run first innings lead wasn’t sufficient for them to hunt the hosts down and with the momentum shifting to the other dressing room, their task will only get difficult in the second Test at Nagpur. · Best economical pick – Suranga Lakmal grabbed plenty of eyeballs owing to his stellar performance with the red cherry. His bowling was right on the money as he ripped through the Indian batting line-up in their first innings. In his initial spell on the first day, he scalped 3 wickets without spending a run after 6 overs. Firing away consistently at the batsmen on an uncharacteristically bouncy Eden Gardens’ pitch. · Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli announced himself back in form with a thundering ton in the second innings. His ton set up the tone for the final hours of play in the match as the audiences got engrossed in the game assuming there could be a serious match on the cards. Lokesh Rahul was stunned by Suranga Lakmal’s pace and swing on the very first ball of the Kolkata Test. He had to walk back to the pavilion for a golden duck. He managed to cover up for it in the second innings though. The Karnataka lad scored a well-timed fifty in the second innings to set up a firm base for the Indian total. · Smart pick – Under pressure, Niroshan Dickwella struck few lusty blows on the final day and he was pivotal in their historic triumph back in UAE. The Islanders are still struggling to get out of the transition phase and he might be one of the architects of a modern Lankan unit. · Cautious Pick – Ajinkya Rahane was the solitary failure in the Indian middle-order in the first Test. The Mumbai lad is experienced enough to bounce back and announce himself back in form in the Nagpur Test. Rahane will be hoping to score big runs and get back in form as soon as possible since the South African tour is around the corner as well. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), L Rahul (Vice-Captain), Suranga Lakmal, Niroshan Dickwella, C Pujara, Mohammed Shami, R Ashwin, Dilruwan Perera, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Murali Vijay, Umesh Yadav
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22Nov2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on November 23,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on November 23 It’s party time at the land of Kangaroos as arch-rivals England and Australia lock horns for one of the greatest cricketing spectacle, The Ashes. The 70th edition overall and the 35th hosted by Australia will see a lot of drama unfold. There’s never any dearth or drama when it comes to the Ashes and the same can be said about this edition. The English had to deal with a lot of off-field issues before entering the land of Kangaroos. With their talismanic all-rounder, Ben Stokes missing out, there seems to be an irreplaceable void created in their team. · Best economical pick – Josh Hazlewood represents a different threat to England’s batsmen with his metronomic line and length. The sixth-ranked bowler in Tests represents a handy foil to the explosiveness of new-ball partner Starc. In 31 Tests, the right fast-medium pacer has captured 118 wickets at 25.75, including 16 in four Ashes Tests at 25.75. · Top captains & vice captains – Steve Smith the world’s number one ranked Test batsman took over the Test captaincy from Michael Clarke at the end of the last Ashes series in 2015, and will be leading Australia for the first time in Tests against England. Has scored 20 100s in 56 Tests at 59.66, with a highest score of 215 in the last Ashes series at Lord’s. He has scored five centuries in 18 Ashes Tests at 54.74. Joe Root is the most talented batsman in the England squad as well as having the responsibility of being skipper, with this his first overseas series as captain. Since taking over as captain earlier this year, he has averaged more than 60 in Tests. · Smart pick – Mitchell Starc, who is Australia’s pace spearhead with an incredible strike-rate. In 36 Tests Starc has captured 148 wickets at 28.35, with 29 of those coming in eight Ashes Tests. This will be his first home Ashes series and he has taken half his Test wickets in Australia. Starc heads into the series with back-to-back hat-tricks for New South Wales in one Sheffield Shield match this season. · Cautious Pick – The entire fraternity was surprised with Tim Paine entering the Aussie squad, which was not well received by some senior cricketers. In the selectors and the captain’s defense, he’s the only choice right now and part-time keepers like Handscomb or Bancroft cannot be trusted with such huge games with due respect. He last scored a first class century in 2006. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain),Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Jonny Bairstow, Cameron Bancroft, Stuart Broad, Jake Ball, Patrick Cummins, Peter Handscomb, Dawid Malan
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14Nov2017
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on November 16,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on November 16 The 3-match Test series between India and Sri Lanka is scheduled to begin from 16th November. It promises to be a good series because both the teams have pints to prove and starting a new era. Sri Lanka have to overcome their failures in the recent past and also their historical record to have a chance of winning the Test series or even win a game in India. The Lankan side lost 19 of their last 22 International games including nine out of nine against India at home recently. The Island side is yet to win a Test match on Indian soil and will be looking to end the jinx something teams full of greats from their nation couldn’t achieve. While Team India is oozing with confidence following their ODI and T20I triumph against New Zealand, Sri Lankans had an awful time in the limited overs fixtures against Pakistan. However, the Lankan Lions will be looking to make amends and put up a good show this time around. · Best economical pick – In between the tough times for Sri Lanka in all forms of cricket during their perennial transitional phase, one man who has taken up the responsibility of amassing the hard runs is their Test opener Dimuth Karunaratne who has proven to become their batting mainstay off late. He has a good run with the bat in the recently concluded series against Pakistan in the second Test match at Dubai where he slammed 196. · Top captains & vice captains – Ravichandran Ashwin’s bowling average of 21.58 against Sri Lanka in Test cricket is the best for any player in India-Sri Lanka Test matches. Ashwin’s SR of 41.16 in IND-SL Tests is also the best for any player. Cheteshwar Pujara impressed one and all by notching two hundreds in the first two Tests of the last test series against Sri Lanka and these days, he tends to score the runs a lot quicker than he did in the past. Pujara scored 309 runs at an average of 77.25 and played a crucial role in helping India get gigantic scores in the first two Tests. · Smart pick – Rangana Herath is one of the best spinners operating around the world right now. Recently he led the Sri Lankan spin bowling department and helped the team to a 2-0 victory over Pakistan in the UAE. The old warhorse picked up 16 wickets in the away series against the Pakistani team that is considered to be good players of spin. · Cautious Pick – Dilruwan Perera’s bowling average of 190 in Tests against India is the 2nd worst for any player in India-Sri Lanka Test matches. So be careful before trading him in your team. My XI – C Pujara (Captain), R Ashwin (Vice-Captain), R Herath, D Karunaratne, S Samarawickrama, L Rahul, Suranga Lakmal, Ravindra Jadeja, Niroshan Dickwella, Ajinkya Rahane, Shikhar Dhawan
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