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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on September 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on September 21 Jonny Bairstow hit his maiden one-day international century as England swept West Indies aside to win the first ODI at Old Trafford by seven wickets. Bairstow, opening the batting, made 100 not out to lead England to their target of 205 with more than 11 overs left. The game had earlier been reduced to 42 overs a side because of a wet outfield. Chris Gayle, returning to West Indies' ODI team, pummeled a 27-ball 37, but after he fell the tourists needed Jason Holder's 41 not out to reach 204-9. That never seemed likely to be enough and the margin of victory did not flatter an England team who were superior with the ball, in the field and between the wickets. With this defeat, the Windies, ninth in the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings, can no longer automatically qualify for the 2019 World Cup and must enter a qualifying tournament in 2018. The second game in the five-match series is at Trent Bridge on Thursday. · Best economical pick – The West Indian skipper Jason Holder, who hit a skittish, unbeaten 41 at the end caused England any concerns. He smashed 5 boundaries in this little cameo which helped West Indies to post a respectable total. · Top captains & vice captains – Jonny Bairstow, opening the batting, made 100 not out to lead England to their target of 205 with more than 11 overs left. Bairstow (100no from 97 balls) justified his selection ahead of Jason Roy at the top of the order. The return of Chris Gayle, playing his first ODI since smashing 61 against New Zealand in the 2015 World Cup, failed to sufficiently inspire the tourists, the Jamaican sparkling all too fleetingly with 37 from 27 deliveries. · Smart pick – Windies had to wait almost 20 overs for their next breakthrough, though, with Root chopping Kesrick Williams onto his stumps shortly after striking his 23rd ODI fifty in his 93rd game. Williams also accounted for Morgan, the England skipper snicking behind to wicketkeeper Hope. · Cautious Pick – Marlon Samuels spent a lot of time in reconnaissance but to no avail. His 17 occupied 46 balls and his dismissal was noteworthy since the bowler was Ben Stokes. Upon review Samuels was given out caught down the leg side and, rather disappointingly for those who like a bit of pantomime (and we are nearly at that time of the year), there was no salute from Stokes nor even an indication to the departing batsman. My XI – Jonny Bairstow (Captain), Chris Gayle (Vice-Captain), Jason Holder, Kesrick Williams, Joe Root, Adil Rashid, Jerome Taylor, Jos Buttler, Rovman Powell, Jason Mohammed, Liam Plunkett
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on September 21,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on September 21 · Hardik Pandya and MS Dhoni combined for a splendid 118-run partnership for the sixth wicket to take India out of the rocks. Their contributions propelled India to a competitive total of 281/7 in their quota of 50 overs. Australia who were chasing a revised total of 164 in 21 overs failed to hang in at the crease and never looked in a position to win the game. They lost wickets at regular intervals and struggled to put runs on the board. In the end, India won by 26 runs (D/L method) and managed to gain a 1-0 lead in the series. The Indian team was in fantastic form in the first ODI as far as their bowling performance is concerned. They were right up there and bowled a perfect line and length which unsettled the Aussie batters. However, the Indian batting performance was a bit shaky. There were a lot of talks about playing spin ahead of the game, in the Aussie dressing room, but interestingly, the pacers bagged four wickets while the spinners did one better. · Best economical pick – Bhuvneshwar Kumar scored a crucial 32* with the bat after Hardik provided India with the much-needed momentum. He supported MS Dhoni at the death and himself hit 5 fours. He opened the bowling for the team under pressure as the game was shortened to 21 overs and picked up a wicket of Coulter Nile. · Top captains & vice captains – Hardik Pandya finally stood up to his all-rounder tag and played his best 50-over match. He looked confident and started slowly. Suddenly he launched his assault on the leggie Adam Zampa and hit 3 consecutive sixes straight down the ground. He lived by the sword and died by the sword as he gave his wicket to the same bowler but not before scoring a swashbuckling 83 off 65 balls with 5 fours and as many sixes. He was deservedly adjudged the Man of the Match. Glenn Maxwell briefly gave rise to hopes of an unlikely victory when he hit 39 from 18 balls, including three consecutive sixes off left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav, but his dismissal brought a swift end to the match. · Smart pick – Indians had no answer to the pace, bounce and movement generated by Nathan Coulter-Nile and Pat Cummins up front so much so that they were reduced to 11-3 by the end of five overs. Coulter-Nile was the architect of destruction for the Aussies as he clinched 3 wickets during the phase. · Cautious Pick – Spinner Adam Zampa was taken for a ride by Pandya. Zampa ended his 10 overs conceding 66 runs. He lastly picked up Pandya’s wicket after the batsman attacked him on successive occasions. My XI – Hardik Pandya (Captain), Glenn Maxwell (Vice-Captain), Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, B Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, David Warner, Hilton Cartwright
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on September 19,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on September 19 After a very competitive test series England and Windies clashed at Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street on Saturday in one-off T20 before gearing up for the ODI series. Windies are the champions of the shortest format of the game and they once again showed their prowess as they got better of the home side by 21 runs. England would eye revenge of their T20I loss when they take on West Indies in the first ODI at Manchester on Tuesday. England lost the one-off T20I by 21 runs and would look to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series. West Indies, on the other hand, would look to build on the momentum gained from the T20I win. · Best economical pick – The leggie Adil Rashid made sure West Indies never got back as they could add only 70 runs in the last 10 overs in the only T20I. He spun a web around Chadwick Walton, Carlos Brathwaite and Narine. The figures of his in contrast with other bowlers which read 3/25 for Rashid. · Top captains & vice captains – After being invited to bat first, Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle started off cautiously only to launch a brutal attack on English bowlers. Both brought their Caribbean Premier League (CPL) form to the fore as the bowlers looked clueless. They scored 48 runs in the last three overs of power play. The opening pair of St. Kitts in CPL took a particular liking to Tom Curran as they amassed 32 runs off his first couple of overs. West Indies added 106 runs in first 10 overs and looked good to score well over 200. Gayle scored 40 off 21 and Lewis added another half-century to his kitty with 51 off 28 deliveries. Both hit 9 fours and 7 gigantic sixes together. · Smart pick – England missed the services of their star all-rounder Ben Stokes in the T20I loss to West Indies. Stokes can give that depth to the batting and bowling department. He can score runs quickly and even has the patience, skills and temperament to build an innings. He can break partnerships with his bowling and change the course of the game with his electric fielding. · Cautious Pick – England got off to the worst possible start as they lost Jason Roy off the first ball of the over in the run chase of Only T20I. Roy has been out of form since the Champions Trophy. So be careful before trading him in your squad. My XI – Evin Lewis (Captain), Chris Gayle (Vice-Captain), Adil Rashid, Ben Stokes, Liam Plunkett, Alex Hales, Jerome Taylor, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Jason Holder, Eoin Morgan
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on September 16,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs West Indies on September 16 It has been five years since Chris Gayle played a T20I in England. The Jamaican is set to play both limited-overs series in the country for the West Indies. Hosts England have a better white-ball momentum going in their favor but they cannot take the 2-time World T20 champions lightly. West Indies, after resolving issues with their star players, have sent a full-strength squad to participate in both limited overs series. Apart from Gayle, Samuels, Pollard and Sunil Narine are also a part of the squad which is led by Carlos Brathwaite. Each of the players is fresh from their stint in the CPL and are already in the T20 mindset. Though England are a strong T20 unit these days, the visitors start as favorites for this lone encounter in Durham. · Best economical pick – After recording a series of single-digit scores, Jason Roy finally got a half-century in the 2nd T20 against South Africa. He will open alongside Alex Hales, who is fresh from a double century in first-class cricket. · Top captains & vice captains – Joe Root has worked on his big-hitting abilities by training baseball-like. His T20I record is very impressive as the right-hander has amassed 726 runs at 40.33 from 24 games at a strike rate of 130.10. Despite having this record, Root has been more often than not sidelined from the shortest format for some reason. When everyone thought that the big man from Jamaica is past his prime, Chris Gayle has shown shades of his former self in the just concluded CPL. He finished the third highest scorer in the tournament and the highest from his franchise, scoring 376 from 12 at 62.66 at a strike rate of 127.02. The 37-year old posted scores of 93, 71* and a sedate 54* on a tricky wicket which eventually won them the game. · Smart pick – Evin Lewis has impressed at CPL and T20Is by scoring centuries over centuries and this dashing opener has the talent at the top of the order to give the fans quite a spectacle in this series also. · Cautious Pick – West Indies middle order batsman Kyle Hope had a poor Test series under his belt before coming to this one off ODI against Ireland. He scored just 40 runs in the 3 tests against England. So don’t pick him in your team. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Chris Gayle (Vice-Captain), Jason Roy, Evin Lewis, Adil Rashid, Jerome Taylor, Ashley Nurse, Carlos Brathwaite, Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan, Tom Curran.
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on September 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on September 17 · Reigning world champions Australia and India are all set to battle it out from the 17th of September marking the beginning of one of the most awaited clashes this cricketing season. The series between India and Australia is the race to become number 1 in ODIs as the winner will take the top spot in the ICC rankings. Currently, both the teams are locked at 117 points with Australia just ahead on decimals holding their position on the edge of the knife. If either of the team manages to win the series by a 3-2 margin or better, they will reach to 118 points and the loser will drop 1 point to 116. For now, Team India starts as favorites as they are in the middle of the dream run in limited-overs cricket but the visitors could never be counted out as 12 of their 14 players were part of the Indian Premier League earlier this year. · Best economical pick – Jasprit Bumrah’s ability to bowl Yorkers on a regular basis and unusual action makes him a captain’s delight. He knows the tricks of the trade that work in the subcontinent and his exceptional performance on the tour of Sri Lanka where he picked 15 wickets will ensure he enters the contest on a high. · Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli has been hailed as arguably the best batsman currently in world cricket on the back of emerging as the highest run-scorer in the recently concluded series against Sri Lanka and consistent eye catching performances. The Indian captain enjoys a good record against the Australians and will be itching to rack up another mammoth tally feasting on the Aussie pace attack. Steve Smith has developed into one of the most formidable and unorthodox batsmen in world cricket after transforming himself from being a leggie. His ability to adapt his gameplay according to different scenarios and lead from the front makes him a match winner and one to watch out for. · Smart pick – Marcus Stoinis has put his hand up for a return to Australia's one-day side with a fine all-round performance in their only warm-up match ahead of the five-match ODI series against India. The hulking all-rounder top-scored with 76 from just 60 balls batting at No.6 and then took 1-13 from four tight overs. · Cautious Pick – KL Rahul failed to make a statement in the Sri Lankan series as he was awfully poor. Throughout the series, he was a disappointment at the coveted position of No.4. Time is running out for KL Rahul as he failed in Sri Lanka miserably and the Australian series has to be his last chance. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Steve Smith (Vice-Captain), Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, Travis Head, Axar Patel
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v World XI on September 15,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v World XI on September 15 World XI levelled the 3-match series against Pakistan with a 7-wicket in the 2nd T20I game by chasing down the 175-run target set by the home team with one ball to spare. A collective batting effort helped Pakistan post 174/6 in their 20 overs which wasn’t enough in front of a Thisara Perera’s blitz of 19-ball 47 as he hit five sixes when it mattered the most. Hashim Amla anchored the innings with an unbeaten 72 to take his side home along with Perera. The series is now leveled at 1-1 with the decider to be played on Friday at the same ground. Thisara Perera torn into all the bowlers in the death overs to take his side over the finish line in a cliffhanger of a contest. · Best economical pick – Babar Azam Played another fine innings of 45 runs off 38 balls. Babar, hailed as the future of Pakistan cricket, played proper cricketing shots and hit 5 boundaries in his innings. Babar Azam and Ahmed Shehzad added a vital 59 runs for the second wicket in 43 deliveries which made sure Pakistan post a hefty total on the board. · Top captains & vice captains – A 72 off 55 balls was a brilliant knock from Hashim Amla. Classy, elegant and most importantly, calm. No matter which format you play, it’s great to have players who can play the second fiddle so brilliantly and if it had not been for his presence at the other end, Perera wouldn’t have been as confident with his approach as he was. Shoaib Malik, who came in at 4, took his time early on and then controlled the innings at the death. He took a particular liking towards Ben Cutting in the last over and scored 17 runs which powered his team to 174. Malik was dismissed off the last ball of the innings for a breezy 39 which came off just 23 balls with 1 four and three gigantic sixes. · Smart pick – Thisara Perera was outstanding in every department. He was lucky with the ball as few of his full tosses didn’t receive the punishment it deserved. He registered decent figures of 2/23 in 3 overs and an outstanding 47 off just 19 cherries with the bat. A good way to silence the critics who suggested Perera should’ve been axed instead of Darren Sammy. · Cautious Pick – A horrible night it was for the Aussie all-rounder Ben Cutting. He was made to bowl in the death by his skipper, which isn’t his forte. He was taken to the cleaners quite ruthlessly and if they had lost the game by 5-10 runs, Cutting would’ve had a sleepless night. My XI – Hashim Amla (Captain), Shoaib Malik (Vice-Captain), Thisara Perera, Babar Azam, Morne Morkel, Rumman Raees, Shadab Khan, Tim Paine, Usman Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Sohail Khan
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CricBattle Weekly Fantasy Football Leagues Tips Gameweek5 on Sep 16,
CricBattle Weekly Fantasy Football Leagues Tips: Gameweek 5 – Matches(1-10) The 5th gameweek of this new Premier League season dawns upon us and along with it comes a few tasty fixtures, in which wise and slightly cheeky investments could reap massive reward. The highlight matches of the week include Chelsea-Arsenal clash at Stamford Bridge and Manchester United-Everton encounter at Old Trafford.Liverpool face Burnley, Manchester City go head-head against Watford and Spurs look to continue their winnings ways against Swansea. So here is the EPL Gameweek 5 preview. Below is our insight on how each fixture could pan out along with the star man predictions to help you become your mini league leaders Good luck & may your arrows be green! Best economical pick–Welsh’s left back Ben Davies came in to fill the shoes of Danny Rose and has done a decent job so far. He has a goal, assist and 2 clean sheets to his name. He’s a worthy pick available at salary 8. Top captains & vice captains –Spurs’ goalie Hugo Lloris didn’t make a big impact in first 4 games but is still among the best goal keepers in the premier leagues. He has 2 clean sheets and 6 saves this season and is expected to keep a clean sheet against Swansea this weekend. He is a good grab available at salary 9.5. Belgian star Kevin De Bruyne was unseen in first 3 games but made a great impact againt Liverpool creating chances and build up for the goals. He has 2 assists so far and is a trustable pick available at salary 10. Smart pick –Former Real Madrid young forward Alvaro Morata has announced his arrival in premier league scoring 3 goals and 2 assists in 4 games so far. He’s an excellent pick available at salary 10. Be careful –England’s senior man Jermain Defoe has failed to make any impact after signing for Bournemouth. He hasn’t scored nor assisted in his last 4 games. He is too expensive a pick available at salary 10. My XI – Hugo Lloris (Captain & GK), Kevin De Bruyne (Vice-Captain), Alvaro Morata, Dele Alli, Toby Alderweireld, Kieran Trippier, Ben Davies, Roberto Firmino, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Danny Welbeck, Kyle Walker.
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v World XI on September 13,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v World XI on September 13 The green flags kept flying high in the night sky at Lahore as Pakistan pulled off an emphatic victory against World XI on Tuesday. The occasion was historic and a win for the home side was a perfect icing on the cake. Cricket makes a terrific come back into the land which provided so many legendary cricketers and there was elation all over the ground and the country. The crowd was in the action straight away as the first ball was a boundary. The Pakistan innings ebbed and flowed but a late flourish ensured a healthy final score of 197 for 5. World XI’s innings never really got going, though Amla hit some crisp hits in his slap-happy 17-ball 26. Later on, they had a few cameos in the innings but lacked substance to take the side all the way. In the end, Pakistan won the game by a healthy margin of 20 runs. Pakistan now leading the series 1-0, World Xi will look to level this series by winning this game and make the third match as decider. · Best economical pick – Pakistani bowling all-rounder Shadab Khan returned with figures of 2/33 in his complete quota of 4 overs. In the first three overs of his spell, he had conceded only 19 runs. He bagged the key wickets of opposition skipper Faf du Plessis and dangerous hitter David Miller. · Top captains & vice captains – Babar Azam was the top scorer in the match. He came in to bat early on in the innings after Fakhar Zaman was sent packing on 8. He then stitched a key partnership with Ahmed Shehzad. He soon assumed the role of the aggressor and started to take on the World XI bowlers. Azam scored a brilliant 86 off just 52 balls with 10 fours and 2 sixes. Faf Du Plessis who is a fine T20 batsman, came to the fore with an enterprising innings of 29. He had the job of rebuilding the innings after the twin strikes in the 6th over. After shaving sussed the wicket, du Plessis targeted Hasan Ali to take 22 runs from the 12th over. · Smart pick – Imad Wasim came in to bat in the penultimate over and had only 4 deliveries to play since then. He managed to clobber 2 sixes in those deliveries to finish with an unbeaten 15 off 4 balls. With the ball, he was immaculate with his lines again. Albeit he did not get a wicket, he returned with figures of 0/22 in his four overs with a miserly economy rate of 5.50. · Cautious Pick – Hasan Ali had a torrid time at the crease. Neither did he get the assistance from the track, nor could he trouble the opposition batters with his changing variations. The World XI batsmen took a heavy toll on him. He leaked as many as 44 runs in his quoted of 4 overs. He went wicket less in the match. My XI – Babar Azam (Captain), Faf Du Plessis (Vice-Captain), Shadab Khan, Imad Wasim, Fakhar Zaman, Sohail Khan, Morne Morkel, Sarfraz Ahmed, David Miller, Rumman Raees, Thisara Perera
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Ireland vs West Indies on September 13,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Ireland vs West Indies on September 13 Taking a break from England, West Indies are scheduled to face Ireland in a one-off ODI before playing a T20 against England, followed by a five match ODI series that could possibly ensure their direct qualification for the 2019 World Cup. Some of West Indies’ biggest names return for the ODI and the remaining tour of England. Chris Gayle, Marlon Samuels, Ashley Nurse, and Jerome Taylor are all part of the squad to face Ireland, as well as England, except Nurse. Ireland last won a game back in March 2017 against Afghanistan, having played New Zealand, Bangladesh, UAE, and Namibia this year as well. They have a talented squad of players who will relish the chance to play a top team. The visitors are fresh from a Test series loss to England. They lost 2-1, impressing the world by winning the second Test thanks to a Herculean effort from Shai Hope and Kraigg Brathwaite. They still have a sizeable portion of the tour remaining, and the return of some of their best players should boost their confidence coming into the match. Can the Irish save this from being a one-sided encounter? · Best economical pick & Smart Pick – Ireland’s top players have been in good form in the recent months. Andrew Balbirnie scored a double century in their last match against Netherlands. William Porterfield scored a century too in the same match. Niall O’ Brien scored a century against New Zealand back in May and is returning from injury for this match. O’ Brien and Porterfield have been a part of the Irish cricket setup for ages now. · Top captains & vice captains – Evin Lewis has impressed at CPL and T20Is by scoring centuries over centuries and this dashing opener has the talent at the top of the order to give the fans quite a spectacle in the ODIs also. Chris Gayle, Lewis, Shai Hope, Samuels, Powell, and Jason Mohammed form a powerful batting order, especially considering that Jason Holder can bat as well. The Windies have the better team by far, and it’s been a while since one can confidently say so in light of their controversies with the West Indian Cricket Board. However, it is important for them to not take this challenge lightly. · Cautious Pick – West Indies middle order batsman Kyle Hope had a poor Test series under his belt before coming to this one off ODI against Ireland. He scored just 40 runs in the 3 tests against England. So don’t pick him in your team. My XI – Evin Lewis (Captain), Chris Gayle (Vice-Captain), Andrew Balbirnie, William Porterfield, Jerome Taylor, Devendra Bishoo, Tim Murtagh, Kevin O'Brien, Niall O'Brien, William Porterfield, Jason Holder, John Anderson
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v World XI on September 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan v World XI on September 12 · For the first time in nearly nine years, Pakistan cricket fans have a season of cricket to look forward to after Pakistan Cricket Board and International Cricket Council have agreed to a three-match T20I series against World XI to be played in September at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Turning back the clock, international cricket in Pakistan had come to a standstill after anti-socials attacked a bus carrying Sri Lanka cricketers to the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore in March 2009. In 2015, Zimbabwe braved a tour to Pakistan for a short limited-overs series but was left scarred by a bomb blast merely 800 meters from the Gaddafi Stadium during the second ODI. Thus, the revival of the sport will provide a major boost to the nation and may also help shape the conscience of the cricketers, which plays a major role in cordoning off security-related issues on international tours. Coached by former England coach Andy Flower, the World XI side will be led by South-African batsman Faf du Plessis. The squad comprises a star-studded lineup of 14 players from seven different countries. The three-match T20 series will be played on September 12, 13 and 15 at the Gaddafi Stadium. · Best economical pick – Pakistan’s new bowling sensation Hassan Ali, now popularly known as The Wicket Taker. He is a Right-arm medium-fast bowler who is always ready to take wickets for his team. He has played 7 T20i matches in which he has taken 10 wickets at an average of 19.70. His success in Champions Trophy will be his plus point. · Top captains & vice captains – The hero of Champions trophy final Fakhar Zaman has been prominent in odi but in T20i has played 3 matches and has scored just 26 runs at an average of 13.00. But he has been performing well in domestic T20 matches. Fakhar’s destructive batting style will be a danger for the World XI team. Babar Azam has played 8 T20i matches and has scored 253 runs at an astonishing average of 50.60. He has the best score of 55. He bats at no.3. He along with Shoaib Malik will be a caution for the opponent side. · Smart pick – The bowling all-rounder Shadab Khan is set to play in front of his home crowd for the first time. He recorded the most economical figures for a bowler completing their four overs on debut in a T20I. He has played 4 matches and has taken 10 wickets at an average of just 7.50. · Cautious Pick – Usman Khan Shinwari who is a right-arm medium-fast bowler, he has represented Pakistan in 2 T20i matches has not taken a wicket yet. Usman might not get a place in Playing XI, so don’t pick him in your squad. My XI – Fakhar Zaman (Captain), Babar Azam (Vice-Captain), Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Tamim Iqbal, Rumman Raees, Ben Cutting, Sarfraz Ahmed, Faf du Plessis, David Miller, Darren Sammy
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