18Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs South Africa on June 19,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs South Africa on June 19 New Zealand started the 2019 World Cup on a grand note, winning three matches in a row. The victories were also resounding enough to give them a Net Run Rate of +2.163. Unfortunately, their last match against India at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham got abandoned due to frequent showers. Placed second in the table, the Black Caps are next scheduled to play South Africa at Edgbaston in Birmingham. A victory will help them regain the top spot. The Proteas, on the other hand, haven’t looked the most formidable by any means. After remaining winless in their first four games, Faf du Plessis and Co brushed aside Afghanistan by nine wickets (DLS Method) at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. However, the fact that their premier pacer Lungi Ngidi has been declared fit to play will give them a lot of confidence. Best economical pick – Andile Phehlukwayo has been the Proteas’ most formidable all-rounder in the mega event. He has got runs lower down the order after his team lost a flurry of wickets in the middle. Furthermore, he has six wickets with best figures of 2/18 against Afghanistan. Phehlukwayo is also South Africa’s most economical bowler in the tournament with an economy rate of 4.46. Top captains & vice captains – Ross Taylor has by far looked the most fluent batsman for the Black Caps in the mega event. In the two matches, he has batted in, the 35-year-old has scored 82 and 48 respectively. Over the last 12 months, he has performed exceptionally and is currently a stalwart in his team’s batting lineup. Taylor needs to carry on with his form in order for New Zealand to keep dictating terms. Faf du Plessis is a fulcrum of the Proteas batting lineup, but in the ongoing tournament, he has been a tad indifferent. He scored 62 against Bangladesh and could only manage 43 runs other than that. The South African batting lineup hasn’t looked at its very best and Faf needs to inspire the team. Smart pick – Kane Williamson has scored 119 runs in the World Cup at an average of 119. But, he hasn’t set the stage ablaze thus far as his strike-rate at 69.59 is pretty low. He has shown incredible levels of consistency in the format but needs to accelerate in order to give his team the momentum. He has to be on top of his game against a strong South African bowling attack. Cautions Pick – Hashim Amla hasn’t had the best of World Cups thus far by any stretch of the imagination. He has scored only 66 runs in four matches at an average of 22.41. His abysmal strike-rate of 54.09 is also a matter of concern. My XI – Ross Taylor (Captain), Faf du Plessis (Vice-Captain), Andile Phehlukwayo, Kane Williamson, Matt Henry, Imran Tahir, Trent Boult, Tom Latham, Rassie van der Dussen, Chris Morris, Colin de Grandhomme
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17Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Afghanistan on June 18,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Afghanistan on June 18 All teams have been trying to figure out how the current England side can be broken down, as of now in the tournament only Pakistan did that job with a tinge of luck on their favour. If they bat first, they place a mountain to climb and if they bat second, any total seems gettable, in simple, they seem invincible. Of all the current teams in the ongoing World Cup, going by recent form, Afghanistan is the last team anyone would want to bet on to beat this stellar juggernaut. With due respect to the Asian side, the hosts are just too strong for most teams and it is something no one can hide from. Gulbadin Naib and his troops are hitting new lows with every passing game and it seems likely that they might not win even a single game. All they can do is a bank on their strengths, which is their bowling attack and expect for things to work in their favour. As it stands, it doesn’t seem like they will be garnering a positive result from this game. Best economical pick – Chris Woakes chipped in with a valuable contribution with the bat during adverse conditions and ensured England didn’t feel the absence of the injured batters. He will be crucial once again in both departments. He just picked up four wickets in the tournament but has been bowling in good channels. Top captains & vice captains – Arguably England's best player of spin bowling, Joe Root might be called up against Afghanistan to tackle their quality spinners. Considering that the same pitch will be used for the game between England and Afghanistan, Root might have a sizeable role to play. He has also been in a surreal form in the World Cup so far. England would like Jonny Bairstow to start converting his starts and he won't get a better opponent than Afghanistan. Bairstow was at utmost ease against Afghanistan in the warm up match before the World Cup began. He raced on to 39 in no time but had to return back to the pavilion in an unfortunate manner. He even looked solid against the Afghan spinners. Bairstow will look to take all this into account and post a huge score against Afghanistan Smart pick – One of England's trump cards, Jofra Archer has given a completely different dimension to the team's bowling attack. He has the tendency to trick the batsmen with his pace as not many expect him to bowl 145 kph with his sedate yet rhythmic run-up. This factor will yet again be on show against Afghanistan. Cautions Pick – Their most effective batsman in the lineup, Rahmat Shah scored just 8 runs in the last three games. He has not been in fine touch since landing in England which cost the Afghans a lot. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Jonny Bairstow (Vice-Captain), Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Rashid Khan, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Mohammad Nabi, Hazratullah Zazai, Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan, Najibullah Zadran
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16Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs Bangladesh on June 17,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs Bangladesh on June 17 Windies and Bangladesh will lock horns on Monday for the fourth time in a month or so. The Tigers defeated them three times including the final in the tri-series in Ireland but the World Cup pressure would be completely different. Moreover, the Caribbean side playing the tournament is different as well and won’t carry any baggage of the recent losses. Also, both the teams are desperate for victory having lost their way after starting the World Cup on a high. There will be a few changes in the Bangladesh team it seems after the way they were pummelled by England in the previous encounter. Shakib Al Hasan’s fitness is also a concern but the all-rounder must have got enough time to recover. Sabbir Rahman and Rubel Hossain are likely to be included to bolster respective departments. Windies, on the other hand, might play an all-pace attack to rattle the opposition. Best economical pick – Shai Hope averages a staggering 94.57 against Bangladesh, almost twice his overall career average of 49.72. West Indies, who lost to Australia and England due to lack of partnerships with the bat, need someone to play a long innings - who better than Shai Hope to do that? Top captains & vice captains – A key middle-order batsman, Mushfiqur Rahim, along with Shakib, laid the foundation for Bangladesh's win over South Africa with a steady innings of 78. Mushfiqur, who has scored five half-centuries in his last ten outings against West Indies, averaging 63.71 in that time, will aim for a big innings on Monday. Shakib Al Hasan might not have the kind of start he’d have expected with the ball. But, with the willow in hand, he’s just been unstoppable. After registering two half-centuries in the first two games, the southpaw made it big and got to a wonderful hundred against England. He will continue to be the key in the Bangladesh middle-order. Smart pick – Andre Russell has looked to swing at everything thus far in the tournament. He still seems to be in a T20 mode and hasn’t really adapted to the situation of the game. Thus, he should look to do a better job and play according to the situation of the game. With the ball, the all-rounder has been doing a fair job and will have a critical role to play. Cautions Pick – Tamim Iqbal is one of the senior-most batsmen in the Bangladesh line-up and was expected to play a big role in the tournament. However, he failed to live up to the expectations thus far. The left-hander has often got out near scores of 20 and has to perform better and provide his team with a good start. My XI – Mushfiqur Rahim (Captain), Shakib al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Shai Hope, Andre Russell, Soumya Sarkar, Chris Gayle, Mosaddek Hossain, Sheldon Cottrell, Mustafizur Rahman, Oshane Thomas, Shimron Hetmyer
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08Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on June 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Australia on June 9 Australia won both their warm-up matches of this World Cup versus England and Sri Lanka. The Aaron Finch-captained team has now won the first two games of the main round against Afghanistan and the Windies. Even as their first match was one-sided, the Aussies had a tough time in their last contest. The Men in Yellow are next scheduled to lock horns with India on June 9 at the Kennington Oval in London. India, on the other hand, started their World Cup campaign with a thunderous six-wicket victory against South Africa at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. Their bowlers made the full utilization of the overcast conditions and helped India clinch the ascendancy from the outset. The batters had their difficulties but weathered the storm. The Men in Blue’s task is expected to be a little tougher against the Aussies. Best economical pick – Yuzvendra Chahal had a brilliant World Cup debut as he spun out South Africa in India's first match of the tournament. He ended the match with figures of 4-51. He is likely to be India's trump card while bowling to Australia with 13 wickets from 6 matches while bowling against the defending champions of the World Cup. Top captains & vice captains – Steve Smith is kind of player, who thrives under pressure and he has shown character in this World Cup as well. Versus the Windies, the Aussies found themselves in dire straits after losing a few early wickets. Nevertheless, Smith came in and notched 73 and took his team to a respectable score. Virat Kohli is yet to stage the stage on fire with the bat in this World Cup. He scored 18 in the previous game and got out to Andile Phehlukwayo. The experienced campaigner had a couple of tentative outings in the warm-ups as well. With a truckload of runs under his belt, he is speculated to be a gun player. Smart pick – Pat Cummins has been one of Australia’s most consistent batsmen over the past few months. Even in this World Cup, he has picked up five wickets and has looked in fine form. He doesn’t drop his intensity at any stage of the games and hence has tasted a significant amount of success. Cummins was the leading wicket-taker in the ODI series in India and he will want to give his teams some breakthrough. Cautions Pick – Shikhar Dhawan has had a torrid time in the 2019 World Cup. He got out for 2 and 1 in the warm-ups against New Zealand and Bangladesh. The 33-year-old couldn’t cross the single-digit score in the first game as well. A vicious delivery from Kagiso Rabada led to his dismissal. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Pat Cummins, Y Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Rohit Sharma, Kedar Jadhav, Alex Carey, Lokesh Rahul, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Coulter-Nile
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07Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Afghanistan vs New Zealand on June 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Afghanistan vs New Zealand on June 8 Afghanistan entered the World Cup with so many aspirations, but their batting doesn’t seem competitive for cricket at this level. Against Sri Lanka and Australia, they struggled to get going with the bat and although they had the advantage against Sri Lanka, they failed to get over the line. They’re palpably not playing their best cricket and Saturday afternoon won’t be any easy. Both sides from Oceania were off to a sensational start, with Australia taking down Afghanistan and Windies whilst New Zealand won their opening two games against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The next assignment for the Kiwis is again to lock horns with Afghanistan and this one too could be a tricky contest just the way it was against Bangladesh. Both these sides met just once previously in any format and that happened in the previous World Cup. Best economical pick – Trent Boult hasn’t picked up a whole lot of wickets but has been accurate with his line and lengths. He bowls in the powerplay and at the death, and considering that he hasn’t flattered to deceive by any means. Boult has the ability to run through a batting lineup as well, provided he is in full flow. Top captains & vice captains – Ross Taylor is 35 years, but even at this age, he is a fulcrum of the New Zealand batting lineup. He has nerves of steel and it was on display when he scored 82 under pressure versus the Tigers. The knock also fetched him the Player of the Match award. He was the Kiwis’ leading run-getter in 2018 and has carried forward the form this year as well. Mohammad Nabi has been a ranger for the Afghans in his career and he has done well in the mega event as well. The Loge-born didn’t have much to cheer against the Aussies, having gotten out cheaply and returning wicketless. Nevertheless, the experienced campaigner came back and churned out a four-wicket haul versus the Lankans. Smart pick – From the warm-ups, Kane Williamson has done decently in the World Cup. He doesn’t play shots out of anger and plays according to the situation. The Tauranga-born scored 40 versus Bangladesh, but he took 72 balls to score those runs and only hit one boundary. He looked a tad short of rhythm and only needs to inject some momentum into his knock whenever he gets his eye. Cautions Pick – It was massively disappointing to see the way James Neesham got out in the last game. Rather than looking to play risk-free cricket under pressure, he tried playing ambitious shots leaving the team in all sorts of trouble. My XI – Ross Taylor (Captain), Mohammad Nabi (Vice-Captain), Trent Boult, Kane Williamson, Hazratullah Zazai, Matt Henry, Rashid Khan, Tom Latham, Colin Munro, Noor Ali Zadran, Martin Guptill
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07Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Bangladesh on June 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Bangladesh on June 8 Dhaka hosted one of the finest games played between these sides in the 2011 World Cup, where Bangladesh were 8 down for 169 whilst chasing 226 runs. Four years later, another incredible chapter was written in this rivalry when Bangladesh drowned the English in a virtual knock out group stage game. Mahmudullah scored a century as the Tigers made their first-ever Quarterfinal appearance in a World Cup. Bangladesh has gotten bigger and better in these four years, so have the English, which makes up for a scintillating contest. Both sides are coming into this game with a win and a defeat to their name. England looks stronger among the two on paper, but the sheer spirit of this unit led by Mashrafe Mortaza has already taken down South Africa. Cardiff witnessed a couple of low-scoring games and another could be on cards on Saturday. Best economical pick – Soumya Sarkar batted with passion in the first match and got 42. Even in the second encounter, he looked promising and got to 25, but a rash-stroke led to his dismissal. Matt Henry rattled his woodwork. His attacking style of play has helped the Tigers race away at the start in the mandatory powerplay on a number of instances. Versus England, the Satkhira-born’s role will be an important one. Top captains & vice captains – Joe Root is in good form in this World Cup. He got a half-century in the first game and followed it up with a century versus Pakistan. He has scored those runs at a decent pace as well. Root isn’t a power-hitter like some of his other teammates, but he brings a calming effect with his matured approach. Shakib Al Hasan delivered in both matches thus far. He played his 200th ODI versus the Black Caps and made it memorable, having scored 64 runs and picking up 2 wickets. His performance couldn’t take his team over the line though. England won’t be an easy proposition and Bangladesh would be hoping for their premier all-rounder to fire. Smart pick – Jason Roy scored 54 against the Proteas but perished to an expansive stroke off Andile Phehlukwayo. Second time around, he fell prey to Shadab Khan, trying to attempt a sweep shot. The last few days have been tremendous for the Durban-born as he has tasted very little failure. He’ll be keen to be amongst the runs and take his team to their second victory in the mega event. Cautions Pick – Moeen Ali absolutely struggled with the bat in the last game. He never got going at any stage of the innings and thus his side couldn’t get over the line. But he did well with the ball and picked up three wickets in the match. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Shakib Al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Soumya Sarkar, Jason Roy, Chris Woakes, Mustafizur Rahman, Jofra Archer, Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan, Mehidy Hasan
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06Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Sri Lanka on June 7,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Sri Lanka on June 7 The scars from their respective first defeats eventually were not that indelible, but they could be resurrected when they meet at the County Ground. Both Sri Lanka and Pakistan got toyed in their opening games against New Zealand and Windies respectively, but both bounced back with important wins. Pakistan though has a lot to cheer about as their win against England was a lot more satisfying and morale-boosting when compared to the Islanders just about pipping the Afghan contingent despite not putting in their best effort. These two sides, who won the championship in consecutive editions back in 1992 and 1996, find themselves in a situation where survival is the top priority. Best economical pick – Apart from finding some edges with the new ball, Mohammad Amir chipped in with some crucial wickets against England. He bowled well against Windies too, where the side got walloped but he returned with three wickets. Top captains & vice captains – Over the last few months, there have been very few instances when Babar Azam has tasted failures. He got out after 22 in the opening match, but made amends, scoring 63 last time. However, he would’ve been disappointed as he missed out on a chance of getting a century on a decent batting strip in Nottingham. In the next match, he’ll be keen to score big and take his team to its second victory. The swashbuckling Kusal Perera threw his wicket away after scoring 29 versus the Black Caps. But he didn’t make the mistake in the next games as he notched a well-compiled 78 off 81 balls. The southpaw started in an attacking way and then put his head down when wickets at the other end started going down. The management’s decision to send him as the opener also worked wonders. Smart pick – Dimuth Karunaratne has shown maturity ever since he took over Sri Lanka’s captaincy in the ODI format. He started with his World Cup campaign with an unbeaten half-century, though it couldn’t lead his team to a victory. Even versus the Afghans, he got 30 before getting holed out to the fielder in the deep in a bid to accelerate. Lanka will want another good score from his bat. Cautions Pick – Kusal Mendis had terrible outings in the two games Lanka played thus far. After bagging a golden duck in the first game, he got out after scoring only a couple against the Afghans. The Pakistan bowling has pace and venom, and Mendis won’t have it easy by any stretch of the imagination. My XI – Babar Azam (Captain), Kusal Perera (Vice-Captain), Mohammad Amir, Dimuth Karunaratne, Imam-ul-Haq, Nuwan Pradeep, Lasith Malinga, Mohammad Hafeez, Shadab Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Thisara Perera
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05Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs West Indies on June 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs West Indies on June 6 Windies is currently at the top of the points table owing to their superior Net Run Rate of +5.802. The same is courtesy of their massive seven-wicket victory against Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Pakistan as they achieved a target of 106 runs with 36.2 overs to spare. Their fast bowlers did the job, after which the batsmen had to merely complete the formalities. The Caribbean team will next face Australia in Nottingham. The pitch at the Trent Bridge is generally an excellent one for batting and a high-scoring game can be expected. The Aussies also made a decent start to their World Cup campaign, beating Afghanistan by seven wickets in Bristol. In the unofficial warm-up match, Australia came out trumps against the mighty Windies, however, now it’s a whole new ball game and the Caribbean boys have a fair chance as well. Best economical pick – 2019 has turned out to be a happy one for the left-handed Usman Khawaja. After his twin-centuries versus India, he did well against Pakistan as well. The Islamabad-born got an 89 in the warm-ups against Sri Lanka. Top captains & vice captains – David Warner played his first international match for the Aussies after a gap of more than one year. He was cautious to start with on his return. However, he started accelerating when he got the measure of the conditions. He was ready to bide his time and that paid dividends. In the unofficial warm-up match, Warner got 12 against the Windies, but this time, a more confident Warner will be stepping on the park. Shai Hope has racked up runs with sheer authority and consistency over the last few months. The 25-year-old got a century in the warm-up versus New Zealand in Bristol. Unfortunately, the right-hander couldn’t deliver against Pakistan and got out for 11. In the last 13 one days, Hope has scored 850 runs at an average of 85 with a top score of 170 against Ireland in Dublin last month. Smart pick – After a superlative show in the ODI series against England, Chris Gayle has come out all guns blazing even in the 2019 World Cup. Though the Windies were faced with a task of chasing a modest target in their first match, the 39-year-old Jamaican churned out a breezy 34-ball 50 with six fours and a six. He’ll be looking to play another knock of substance in the upcoming game as well. Cautions Pick – Darren Bravo’s form is a massive concern for the Windies. He hasn’t been able to get the big scores and is in the middle of a terrible run. In the last 5 ODI matches, the left-hander only scored 27 runs which is quite concerning. My XI – David Warner (Captain), Shai Hope (Vice-Captain), Chris Gayle, Usman Khawaja, Pat Cummins, Oshane Thomas, Jason Holder, Andre Russell, Adam Zampa, Nicholas Pooran, Ashley Nurse
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04Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs New Zealand on June 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangladesh vs New Zealand on June 5 The World Cup thus far has produced some surprising results and is definitely living up to the expectations of the fans. Bangladesh stunned the Proteas in their opening game. A proper icing on the cake for the Tigers will be another win against another top side. This will lift their spirits so high they’d begin to believe in their quest to reach the pinnacle and perhaps the lift the trophy. All of it is too far away to think about, but certainly not too far-fetched. Two sides with contrasting strengths will be in action on Wednesday. Whilst the Kiwis have a sensational fast bowling lineup, Bangladesh are heavily reliant on their spin bowlers to do the damage. They both have good attacking batsmen on the show as well, which should ensure some entertainment for the fans. Best economical pick – Colin Munro has been in and out of the Kiwis’ team because of his inconsistent run of form. The left-handed flattered to deceive even in the warm-up game versus India. To his relief, he was included in the playing eleven for the match versus Lanka. Munro didn’t disappoint and notched 58 runs. Top captains & vice captains – Martin Guptill has had his travails over the past few months owing to a poor run of form. He got out cheaply in the warm-ups and that raised question marks over his position in the lineup. However, he came out firing on all cylinders and churned out a 51-ball 73 versus the Lankans. Earlier this year, Guptill scored a couple of ODI tons versus Bangladesh. Shakib al Hasan played a stupendous hand to earn the Player of the Match award in the last encounter. He scored 75 off 84 and was also a part of a 142-run partnership with Mushfiqur Rahim. He is currently ICC’s number-one ranked all-rounder and it’s pretty understandable why Bangladesh depends heavily on him. In the upcoming encounter, Shakib will want to put his best foot forward. Smart pick – Mushfiqur Rahim has been one of Bangladesh’s most consistent batsmen in the ODI format. He was in good form in the tri-nation series in Ireland and then scored a 90 against India in the warm-ups. Thereafter, he scored a match-winning 78 versus South Africa. Nevertheless, he averages only 26.76 in 25 ODIs versus the Kiwis in 25 matches with only a couple of half-centuries. Cautions Pick – Apart from the half-century in the first warm-up game, Tamim Iqbal has not looked very confident. The senior batsman needs some runs after his name and his experience will also be handy in facing this Kiwi bowling attack which includes a lot of world-class speedsters. My XI – Martin Guptill (Captain), Shakib al Hasan (Vice-Captain), Colin Munro, Mushfiqur Rahim, Soumya Sarkar, Mustafizur Rahman, Matt Henry, Mashrafe Mortaza, Ross Taylor, K Williamson, Mosaddek Hossain
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04Jun2019
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs India on June 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs India on June 5 The wait has been too long for India, who had to wait for almost a week to get started. Their opponents South Africa, on the other hand, will be playing their third game. It also looks like some of the tracks will be assisting the leg spinners a little, which should encourage the Indian skipper to play both his leg-spinners for this game. But the all-round option provided by Ravindra Jadeja will be very tempting. South Africa now have to put on a real show to get back on track. They lost both their opening games and in their remaining seven, they will have to win a minimum of five to stay alive and relevant in the top four. They will come into this fixture hungrier for prey than the Indians and that could potentially have an impact on the end result. Best economical pick – Rassie van der Dussen is an excellent find for South Africa and he is living up to the expectations. But he should see to it that he doesn’t throw the starts away. He’s got both the attacking and defensive game. Being a good player of spin bowling, he will hope to bring up a good performance in the upcoming game. Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli is currently the best batsman in the world across formats. Kohli has all the facets and strokes in his arsenal, and his ability of dominating the game is unparalleled. Kohli forms the anchor of the Indian batting line up, with his splendid ability to pace the innings. He would be expected to continue his purple patch of form in England. Despite getting a half-century in the previous game, Faf du Plessis couldn’t steer South Africa to a win. He has been in terrific form and now that the team finds itself in such a precarious situation, the skipper has no choice but to lead from the front by example. He also is a good player against spin, which will be crucial against this Indian line-up. Smart pick – One of the stalwarts of Indian cricket in this World Cup and perhaps their most important cricketer in these batting friendly conditions, Jasprit Bumrah will be playing his first World Cup game on Wednesday. The last time he played an ICC tournament game in England, he suffered a painful moment and will be desperate to turn things around this time. Cautions Pick – Hashim Amla could be back in the eleven in place of Aiden Markram. He’s had enough time to recover from the blow that he got on his helmet against England. Since he is a good player of spin as well as pace, he is surely likely to be the preferred choice over Markram if fit. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Faf du Plessis (Vice-Captain), Rassie van der Dussen, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Andile Phehlukwayo, Quinton de Kock, Kedar Jadhav, Dwaine Pretorius, Shikhar Dhawan
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