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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on May 27,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on May 27 Following England’s comprehensive win against South Africa, at Headingly, in the First ODI of the series, we look ahead to the Second ODI on Saturday. Eoin Morgan hit an impressive century while Moeen Ali thumped a quick fire 77 and picked two wickets (and the Man of the Match) as England went 1-0 up in the series following their 72-run victory in the first One-Day International against South Africa at Headingly. With England in this sort of form, they will be favorites to win the Second ODI and with it the series. · Best economical pick – The South African All Rounder Andile Phehlukwayo had the well settled Alex Hales edging to de Kock before grabbing the all-important wicket of Joe Root with a bouncer. His figures after his first four overs read 4-0-16-2. Although he took a bit of stick towards the end, Phehlukwayo showed that he can do a good job as a bowler. · Top captains & vice captains – The England Captain Eoin Morgan is building up some cracking form ahead of the Champions Trophy and smashed his third hundred in eight games. Morgan was aggressive right from the outset and never let the Proteas pacers settle into a rhythm. The manner in which he took on the bouncers showed the kind of touch the skipper was in. Even when Stokes and Buttler were dismissed in quick succession, Morgan kept England going in the company of Moeen Ali. Their partnership was worth 117 in 13 overs and took England well past the 300 mark. The Proteas skipper AB de Villiers looked in ominous touch as he took on Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali. He was tactical in his approach and ensured the required rate did not climb too much. AB de Villiers battled gamely for 45 off 38 balls but with partners running out had no choice but to take the attack to England and picked out Plunkett in the deep off Moeen. · Smart pick – Man of the match Moeen Ali smashed an unbeaten 77 off just 51 balls and picked up two wickets - including the prized one of AB de Villiers - as England defeated South Africa by 72 runs in the opening One Day International at Headingly. The English all-rounder came to the wicket at 198-5 in the 35th over and helped England to 339-6 by the end of their innings. · Cautions Pick – The South African Spin All Rounder JP Duminy again failed to perform in another match. He scored just 15 runs off 18 balls when his team needed a partnership with the settled batsman AB de Villiers. He also went wicket less in his 6 overs spell so pick him in your team at your own risk. My XI – Eoin Morgan (Captain), AB de Villiers (Vice-Captain), Andile Phehlukwayo, Moeen Ali, Hashim Amla, Kagiso Rabada, Mark Wood, Quinton de Kock, Chris Morris, Wayne Parnell, Jason Roy
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on May 24,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs South Africa on May 24 England and South Africa will tussle it out in a three-match ODI series beginning on Wednesday. In the greater scheme of things, it’s little more than a dress rehearsal for the Champions Trophy beginning next week. South Africa find themselves in a uniquely luxurious position ahead of the Champions Trophy beginning next week. Not only do they have two warm-up games against county sides under the belt, but they get to play three one-day games against England before the jamboree kicks off. England have won their last three home ODI series (against Ireland Pakistan and Sri Lanka), but have won just four out of their last 10 at home. It doesn’t mean that they can be written off, but it does mean that there’s no need to be overly threatened. · Best economical pick – This series and indeed the Champions Trophy that follows, might very well be Andile Phehlukwayo’s coming of age. He bowled more dot balls than any other bowler across the two warm-ups and the tedious English conditions are made for his foxy slower ball and cunning medium pace. That’s quite handy with the bat – especially lower down the order. · Top captains & vice captains – The MVP (Most Valuable Player) player of recently concluded IPL Ben Stokes has been in red hot form in recent times. Bought for Rs 14.5 crore at this year's auction, there was a lot of pressure on Stokes to perform. But he slammed 316 runs at an average of 31.6 and took 12 wickets in IPL. Hashim Amla has an impressive record against England in the UK, averaging 69.83 with the highest South African score of 150. He has continued with the form that accounted for two centuries in the recently concluded IPL with 59 in the practice match and is looking to carry the confidence into the upcoming series. · Smart pick – Quinton De Kock, who missed the Indian Premier League after suffering a finger injury in New Zealand in March back in style by scoring a century in the warm up match against Sussex. He reached his half-century off 49 balls but soon stepped up the accelerator hitting five sixes between overs 19 and 23. His century came off 77 balls and had five fours and seven sixes before he decided to retire out. · Cautions Pick – The South African Spin All Rounder JP Duminy needs to step up to fill the role of the fifth bowler. If South Africa need to win the England series and go deep in Champions Trophy, they need a spin all-rounder. · My XI – Ben Stokes (Captain), Hashim Amla (Vice-Captain), Andile Phehlukwayo, Quinton de Kock, Jason Roy, Eoin Morgan, Kagiso Rabada, Chris Woakes, Chris Morris, Adil Rashid, Faf du Plessis
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips MUM vs PUN on May 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips MUM vs PUN on May 21 The 10th edition of Indian Premier League has come to the end and Two-time winner Mumbai Indians will lock horns with Rising Pune Supergiant in the title clash in Hyderabad on Sunday. It is going to be an exciting thriller as top two sides of cash rich IPL league, Rising Pune Supergiant are eyeing to win maiden Indian Premier League trophy, While Mumbai Indians will look to win their 3rd IPL trophy. Mumbai Indians were the table toppers in the league stage and clashed with second placed Pune Supergiant in the first Qualifier, where they were defeated by 20 runs. Mumbai and Pune will be facing each other for the fourth time in the IPL 10. Pune have got the better of the two on all three occasions. · Best economical pick – Krunal Pandya showed why he was preferred ahead of Harbhajan Singh in the very important qualifier 2 match. He may have gone wicket less with the ball but showed his utility with the bat, easing off the nerves in the MI camp after a horror start with a fine counter-attacking innings of 45 from 30 balls, hitting eight fours in total. · Top captains & vice captains – MS Dhoni is regarded as one of the best finishers of the game in the modern era and he proved exactly that as he smashed the bowlers all around the park in his explosive knock of an unbeaten 40 runs in his 26 ball against MI in qualifier 1. He was at his aggressive best as he clobbered Jasprit Bumrah for two huge hits over the fence in the last over of the innings to give the Supergiant much-needed impetus, going into the second innings. The left-arm pacer of rising Pune super giant Jaydev Unadkat has been in impressive form this season and ahead of their first finals. He has breached the 20-wicket barrier this season despite playing only 11 games. The fast bowler has bowled crucial overs for his team in the power play and at death. · Smart pick – Karn Sharma was the star performer with the ball for Mumbai in the qualifier 2 against Kolkata Knight Riders, returning excellent figures of 4/16 – the joint best effort by a spinner in an IPL knockout game. He was instrumental in halting the KKR score to a moderate one as he claimed the crucial wickets of Sunil Narine, Gautam Gambhir, Colin de Grandhomme and Ishank Jaggi. · Cautious Pick – Ambati Rayudu who replaced Nitish Rana couldn’t repay the faith and became the second victim of Chawla. He expected the ball to turn and played inside the line but missed it altogether as it cannoned into the stumps and he had to make the long walk for 6 off 11 balls. My XI – MS Dhoni (Captain), Jaydev Unadkat (Vice-Captain), Krunal Pandya, Karn Sharma, Steven Smith, Rohit Sharma, Manoj Tiwary, Jasprit Bumrah, Rahul Tripathi, Kieron Pollard, Parthiv Patel
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips MUM vs KOL on May 19,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips MUM vs KOL on May 19 It is the penultimate match of Indian Premier League 2017, and for one of the team it is going to be the last match of the season. Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders take on each other in the Qualifier 2 of IPL 2017 and the winner will advance to finals to take on Rising Pune Supergiant. Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians finished on top of the points table and then were outplayed by RPS in the first qualifier. They have to defeat Kolkata Knight Riders to book a place in the finals. However, Kolkata Knight Riders have been one of the consistent teams in the tournament and going by their performance in the Eliminator against Sunrisers Hyderabad, the team is playing as a confident unit. · Best economical pick – Umesh Yadav had a great game returning with figures of 2/21. He got Yuvraj’s wicket at a crucial juncture of the game. Umesh also got the initial breakthrough when he sent Dhawan back. · Top captains & vice captains – Gautam Gambhir walked out to bat at No. 4 with his side in all sorts of trouble. He steadied the ship and then cut loose to make sure KKR win the game with 4 balls to spare. His 19-ball 32* was as good an innings he has played this season. He was composed and made sure the job was done with him being out in the center. Nathan Coulter-Nile was the Man of the Match for his 3/20. Coming back from injury in a knockout game is never easy but the Australian was equal to the task. He bowled in the middle overs and picked wickets at the right time to dent SRH’s chances of getting a defending total. His return catch of Chris Jordan was one of the best catches taken this year. · Smart pick – Parthiv Patel set the platform for the Mumbai Indians in the run chase as took the attack to the opposition and scored a quick fire 52 runs off 40 balls with three boundaries and three hits over the fence. His knock at the top of the order anchored the innings for the Mumbai Indians but the lack of substantial partnerships in the middle did not help his cause. · Cautious Pick – Yusuf Pathan faced just the solitary delivery on which he got run out. Sent in to bat at No. 3, Pathan was hit on the pads by Bhuvneshwar. He wasn’t aware of where the ball had gone and set off for a run before realizing that the ball hadn’t gone too far away from the square. Bhuvi came in and hit the stumps as Pathan was short by a couple of inches and dismissed for a golden duck. My XI – Gautam Gambhir (Captain), Nathan Coulter-Nile (Vice-Captain), Parthiv Patel, Umesh Yadav, Chris Lynn, Jasprit Bumrah, Krunal Pandya, Sunil Narine, Hardik Pandya, Lendl Simmons
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips HYD vs KOL on May 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips HYD vs KOL on May 17 Sunrisers Hyderabad the defending champions ended up on the third spot on the points table and now have a chance for another shot at the title. They collected 17 points from 14 matches with 8 wins and 5 losses and one game of theirs was washed out. They had a net run rate of +0.599 which was the third best amongst the top 4. Although they were always in the upper half of the table yet they got their berth confirmed only after winning the last game against Gujarat Lions. In the other hand KKR finished on the fourth place with 16 points in 14 matches with 8 wins and 6 losses. They had the best net run rate in the league before the last game but it dropped to +0.641 which was the second best after MI. They were constantly in the top 2 and would be disappointed to slip down to number 4 after the 2 consecutive losses at the end. A win in this game will not guarantee any side a place in the final as they will have to fight it out against the winner of qualifier 1. · Best economical pick – Sunrisers Hyderabad have found a new hero this year in the form of Rashid Khan. The leg-spinner troubled the big names in cricket and bagged 17 wickets in 13 matches with a staggering average of just 20.41. · Top captains & vice captains – The captain of SRH David Warner was the highest run-getter for them last year and this year as well, he is leading the charts not only of his team but the entire league. He has amassed 604 runs so far in 13 matches at an average of 60.4 and a strike rate of 144.84 and is the proud holder of the Orange Cap. He has scored a century and 4 half-centuries and almost single-handedly took the team through to the next stage. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has stood up once more and shown why he is the best Indian bowler in the shortest format of the game. He has accounted for 25 wickets so far in 13 matches and has been donning the Purple Cap for quite some time. There have been no doubts about his capabilities with the new ball but he has raised his game a notch and became a reliable bowler at the death with consistent Yorkers. · Smart pick – Even though Narine and Lynn grabbed all the attention with their explosive batting yet it was the calmer and composed skipper Gautam Gambhir who ended up being the highest scorer for them. He has 454 runs to his name in 14 matches at an average of 41.27. · Cautious Pick – Yusuf Pathan has been quiet and looked out of sorts in this IPL so far. He has scored just 143 runs in 14 matches with an ordinary average of 20.42 and a very low strike rate of 125.43. So be careful before trading him in your fantasy squad. My XI – David Warner (Captain), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (Vice-Captain), Gautam Gambhir, Rashid Khan, Chris Lynn, Siddarth Kaul, Mohammad Nabi, Robin Uthappa, Manish Pandey, Vijay Shankar, Colin de Grandhomme
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips MUM vs PUN on May 16,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips MUM vs PUN on May 16 Mumbai Indians finished their league engagements on top with 20 points while Rising Pune Super Giants placed at 2nd position with 18 points to their name after the league stage. But going into tomorrow's game, Rising Pune Super Giants have psychological advantage over the Mumbai Indians having beaten them on both the occasions during the league stage. Rising Pune Super Giants would look to assert their supremacy while Mumbai Indians will have revenge on mind when the two teams clash in the Indian Premier League 2017 Qualifier. A win tomorrow will guarantee one side a place in the final while the losing team will have another shot at entering the title clash in the Qualifier 2 on May 19. · Best economical pick – Rising Pune Super Giant's turnaround in this tournament was made possible by the young opener Rahul Tripathi, who is the second leading run scorer for RPSG with 388 runs from 12 games with an amazing strike rate of 150.97 and an average of 32.33. Tripathi is available at a cheap budget of just 7.5 so grab him in your fantasy team as soon as possible. · Top captains & vice captains – Steve Smith replaced MS Dhoni as skipper and lifted Rising Pune Super Giants team from 7th in 2016 to second this year. Steve Smith has so far amassed 420 runs in the ongoing IPL with 2 fifties at a staggering average of 42.00 and an impressive strike rate of 125.37. Smith has also been an impressive captain and infused confidence in the team after a disappointing start. Mumbai Indians have had a history of producing young Indian talents and this time, it was Nitish Rana who caught the eyes of everyone. Batting at number 3, he controlled the chases superbly and scripted a number of victories. He has scored 333 runs in 12 matches at an average of 30.27 and struck 3 half-centuries. · Smart pick – Mitchell McClenaghan is the leading wicket taker for Mumbai Indians with 18 scalps in 13 matches. Although he went for more than 9 runs an over but he picked up wickets at crucial stages of the games that mattered the most. · Cautious Pick – Mumbai Indians biggest contributor with the ball over the years Lasith Malinga was off colored in this season and managed to pick just 9 wickets in 9 games at a costly economy of 9.47. So be careful before picking him in your squad. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), Nitish Rana (Vice-Captain), Rahul Tripathi, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jaydev Unadkat, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard, Parthiv Patel, Rohit Sharma, Lendl Simmons, MS Dhoni
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips GUJ vs DEL on May 10,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips GUJ vs DEL on May 10 Gujarat Lions put the brakes on their three-match losing streak after they chased down the 190-run target set by Kings XI Punjab on Sunday night. The Lions were powered to the 6-wicket win by blitzes from opener Dwayne Smith and skipper Suresh Raina, before Dinesh Karthik helped the team get across the finish line with two balls remaining in the innings. In the other hand Mumbai Indians thrashed Delhi Daredevils by 146 runs in the last game. Delhi's season, meanwhile, seems as good as over, although they still stand a chance if they can win their remaining three matches. But after Sunrisers win over Mumbai Indians last night now Delhi Daredevils is officially eliminated from playoffs. · Best economical pick – Kagiso Rabada was probably the pick of Delhi bowlers as he gave away 33 runs in his stipulated four overs in the match against Mumbai Indians, besides accounting for Rohit Sharma’s dismissal. · Top captains & vice captains – When Suresh Raina came into bat Lions were going at the rate of 10 runs per over. He had no reason to go and play an explosive inning and so he did his job calmly and quietly. He let the required run rate creep up a bit but in the end, his teammate tipped them over. Raina scored an important 39 from 25 balls as he did not let wickets tumble at a crucial time. Dwayne Smith probably gave away the game against RPS some nights ago but against KXIP he was at his scintillating best. Dwayne revisited his CSK days as he smashed the bowlers in all directions to give GL a solid start. Smith scored 74 runs off just 37 balls hitting at a strike rate of 189. He hit 8 boundaries and 4 sixes while scoring those runs as he helped his team win. · Smart pick – Karun Nair looked the pick of Delhi batsmen during the team’s disastrous run-chase. After the loss of two wickets in as many overs, he went after Mitchell McClenaghan in the third, hitting two fours and a six. He didn’t last long, though, falling to Bhajji for 15-ball 21. · Cautious Pick – Pat Cummins went for 59 in his quota of four overs with his last over of the spell leaking 22 runs. He was able to reach double figures with the bat making him only the third of DD batsmen to do so in this match. My XI – Suresh Raina (Captain), Dwyane Smith (Vice-Captain), Kagiso Rabada, Karun Nair, Sanju Samson, Basil Thampi, Amit Mishra, Dinesh Karthik, Aaron Finch, Corey Anderson, Rishabh Pant
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips PNJ vs KOL on May 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips PNJ vs KOL on May 9 KXIP has had a decent start to in the league winning the first two matches. They have been aggressive, passionate and determined lot of cricketers under the leadership of Glenn Maxwell. Hashim Amla’s 60-ball 104 went in vain as riding on Dwayne Smith’s 74, Gujarat Lions beat Kings XI Punjab to dent their chances of making it to playoffs. KXIP must win their remaining games and hope Sunrisers Hyderabad lose their two, in order to seal a playoff spot. In the other hand, Kolkata Knight Riders ride on Sunil Narine's record 50 to beat hapless RCB, seal playoffs berth. The win, their eighth of the season, sealed KKR a play- offs berth with 16 points from 12 matches. · Best economical pick – Chris Lynn made a comeback in the game and announced himself in grand style. He hit a magnificent 50 off just 22 balls. His knock was studded with 5 fours and 6 fours on the day. With a strike rate close to 230, Lynn showed why he is one of the cleanest strikers of the cricket ball at the moment. Lynn’s heroics helped Kolkata Knight Riders breach the 100-run mark in the power play. · Top captains & vice captains – Kings XI Punjab’s leading run-scorer Hashim Amla brought up his second IPL ton to power KXIP to a huge total of 189/3 in their 20 overs. This was also his second IPL ton of his entire T20 career. It was a beautiful innings of 104(60), star-studded with 8 fours and 5 sixes. Sunil Narine was indeed the star of the show. Narine came in to open the innings with Chris Lynn and plundered a quick-fire 54 off just 17 balls with 4 sixes and 6 boundaries to his name. In the process, he hit the fastest fifty in the history of the tournament and equaled Yusuf Pathan’s feat of hitting the fifty in 15 balls. Earlier in the game, he was good with the ball as he scalped two key wickets. Narine returned with figures of 2/29 on the day. · Smart pick – It was Shaun Marsh who was the second fiddle in his 125-run partnership with Amla, after the early dismissal of Martin Guptill. He played a magnificent and classy knock of 58(43) which consisted of 6 sweetly timed boundaries. It was his knock that allowed Amla to play freely at the other end. · Cautious Pick – After a few impressive innings in the tournament, the right-hander Martin Guptil had no clue to the remarkable bowling from the RCB’s opening bowlers. The Kiwi scored nine runs from 10 balls. Guptill had another flop show with the bat as he was able to add just two runs in five deliveries against Gujarat Lions. My XI – Hashim Amla (Captain), Sunil Narine (Vice-Captain), Chris Lynn, Shaun Marsh, Sandeep Sharma, Axar Patel, Wriddhiman Saha, Manish Pandey, Glenn Maxwell, Manan Vohra
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips HYD vs MUM on May 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips HYD vs MUM on May 8 Defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad have been going through a turmoil currently as they have lost back to back games. In their next game against Mumbai Indians, they will have an uphill task to overcome. Hyderabad, currently placed fourth on the points table with 13 points, need to win its remaining two matches to completely seal their play-offs berth. Mumbai Indians, on the other hand, have already qualified for the playoffs, but remains focused on getting the most from its remaining league games. MI has been in sublime form and their massive 146-run win over Delhi Daredevils last night has only cemented their position at the top. Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad have met each other 9 times. Mumbai have game 5 games while Hyderabad winning on 4 occasions. · Best economical pick – Siddharth Kaul produced his best ever IPL bowling figures today as he claimed 4-29 in his four overs. He got the ‘Big Fish’ – Steven Smith – when the latter offered a simple catch to Bipul Sharma. He then came back at the death to claim the wickets of Daniel Christian, MS Dhoni and Shardul Thakur and hence restricted Pune to a paltry total of 148/8 in their 20 overs. · Top captains & vice captains – Lendl Simmons played an innings that comprises of 5 boundaries and 4 sixes showed that he is no less than any big-hitting opener in the world. Scoring at a strike rate of over 150, he scored 66 runs, the same numbers runs scored by DD, in just 43 deliveries. Kieron Pollard Smashed 63 runs of 35 balls, which includes 5 fours and 4 humongous sixes, one of which landed in the top tier of the Kotla Stadium, and a superb-as-usual effort in the field has earned him full marks. Amit Mishra may have nightmares, and the reason behind this is the West Indian monster among men, Kieron Pollard. He was hitting sixes all over the park, as if Kotla was his backyard. We are up for more fireworks this season. · Smart pick – Hardik Pandya finished off the Mumbai Indians innings on a high note, scoring 29 runs in just 14 deliveries. Though Shreyas Iyer dropped his catch, but that does not take the credit away from him. He bowled just a one over and gave away a couple of runs, adding to his all-around performance. · Cautious Pick – Mitchell McClenaghan was the only bowler for Mumbai who was expensive (went for 18 runs off 2 overs). He gave more than 1/4th of the runs that Delhi Daredevils managed to score. My XI – Lendl Simmons (Captain), Kieron Pollard (Vice-Captain), Hardik Pandya, Siddarth Kaul, David Warner, Nitish Rana, Rashid Khan, Jasprit Bumrah, Parthiv Patel, Kane Williamson, Yuvraj Singh
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips PNJ vs GUJ on May 7,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips PNJ vs GUJ on May 7 While Gujarat Lions, especially the bowlers, might be low on confidence following the way Delhi Daredevils chased down a massive 209-run target, hosts Kings XI Punjab are on an upswing, after their defended an ordinary-looking 138 vs Royal Challengers Bangalore. Gujarat Lions and Kings XI Punjab have had their share of good and not-so-good moments in the Indian Premier League in the last couple of days, as they head into the do-or-die game for the hosts. KXIP are aware they still have an outside chance of making it to the last-four, and with such a splendid victory in the last game, they definitely start favorites in their den. Placed fifth with 10 points and with four more games to go, KXIP realize the importance of winning against Gujarat Lions, and would be hoping to replicate their performances against Delhi Daredevils and Royal Challengers Bangalore. · Best economical pick – Axar Patel looked the best of the Players in last game. It was him who made the winning edge to the KXIP side after failing to recover from their bad start with the bat with a knock of 38 runs from 17 balls, with two sixes and three boundaries. With the ball in his hand, he picked up three wickets for just 11 runs making him a contender for the Man of the Match. · Top captains & vice captains – Gujarat Lions skipper Suresh Raina had luck on his side and was dropped twice in his stay at the crease. But he made full use of the opportunities and smashed 77 off just 43 balls with 5 fours and 4 sixes that gave his side the momentum. The last game that right-arm swing bowler Sandeep Sharma would never forget in his life. It was like the quick was in a dreamland, with the wickets of Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. This spell surely is one for the CV and the bowler one for the future. The bowler should get more opportunities at the top level of the International game, with figures of 3/22 his journey seems ever-so-closer. · Smart pick – Dinesh Karthik played the perfect foil for his captain and stitched a partnership of 133 with him that helped his side recover from the loss of 2 early wickets. He ended up with a superb 65 off 34 balls that included 5 fours and as many sixes. · Cautious Pick – Wriddhiman Saha found it hard to time the ball and give the momentum that the team were looking for with his 25 balls 21 run inning in the last game against RCB. My XI – Suresh Raina (Captain), Sandeep Sharma (Vice-Captain), Axar Patel, Dinesh Karthik, Hashim Amla, Martin Guptill, Basil Thampi, Pradeep Sangwan, Glenn Maxwell, Manan Vohra, Ishan Kishan
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