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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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Critical Updates
  • Kyle Walker

    Walker adds pace to the young Spurs attack. He has 12 clean sheets and 5 assists this season. He is a trustworthy pick as Tottenham go head to head against Southampton this weekend.

    Fantasy scores(last 5 matches): 2, 9, 2, 9, 9.

  • Hugo Lloris

    Lloris secured 10 clean sheets and has 50 saves in 24 EPL appearances this season. He is more likely to keep a clean sheet against Saints this weekend. 

    Fantasy scores(last 5 matches): 2, 12.5, 4.5, 11, 3.5.

  • Harry Kane

    Kane is in sublime form scoring Braces and Hat-tricks for Spurs lately. He has 9 goals and 2 assists in his last 7 EPL games. He is now the leading goal scores of EPL with 19 goals and 4 assists this season. He will look forward to continue his flow of goals against Southampton this weekend. 

    Fantasy scores(last 5 games):  13, 21, 2, 8, 3.

  • Christian Eriksen

    Eriksen is an efficient mid-fielder who doesnt guarantee goals but definitely contributes to few.  He has 5 goals and 10 assists in this season so far. He will be an effective choice as Spurs face Saints this weekend. 

    Fantasy scores(last 5 games): 3, 11, 2, 5, 5.

  • Dele Alli

    Alli has been the prince for Tottenham's attack. He is been contributing to the team consistently. He now has 13 goals and 3 assists in this season. He will look forward to make a big impact against Southampton this weekend. 

    Fantasy scores(last 5 games):  13, 12, 3, 5, 5.

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