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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on November 24, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Sri Lanka on November 24 They were outplayed till the first session of the fourth day, but in a very short period, India turned things around in their favor with ease. They almost managed to script one of the greatest comebacks in cricket history if it hadn’t been for the bad light sabotaging their ambitions. All those who questioned their number one status after a dismal rendition in the first half of the Test match got a fitting reply and Sri Lanka managed to survive a major humiliation. The Lankan Lions were caught in a predicament and for about an hour on the final day, they were left delirious about the result. A healthy 122-run first innings lead wasn’t sufficient for them to hunt the hosts down and with the momentum shifting to the other dressing room, their task will only get difficult in the second Test at Nagpur. · Best economical pick – Suranga Lakmal grabbed plenty of eyeballs owing to his stellar performance with the red cherry. His bowling was right on the money as he ripped through the Indian batting line-up in their first innings. In his initial spell on the first day, he scalped 3 wickets without spending a run after 6 overs. Firing away consistently at the batsmen on an uncharacteristically bouncy Eden Gardens’ pitch. · Top captains & vice captains – Virat Kohli announced himself back in form with a thundering ton in the second innings. His ton set up the tone for the final hours of play in the match as the audiences got engrossed in the game assuming there could be a serious match on the cards. Lokesh Rahul was stunned by Suranga Lakmal’s pace and swing on the very first ball of the Kolkata Test. He had to walk back to the pavilion for a golden duck. He managed to cover up for it in the second innings though. The Karnataka lad scored a well-timed fifty in the second innings to set up a firm base for the Indian total. · Smart pick – Under pressure, Niroshan Dickwella struck few lusty blows on the final day and he was pivotal in their historic triumph back in UAE. The Islanders are still struggling to get out of the transition phase and he might be one of the architects of a modern Lankan unit. · Cautious Pick – Ajinkya Rahane was the solitary failure in the Indian middle-order in the first Test. The Mumbai lad is experienced enough to bounce back and announce himself back in form in the Nagpur Test. Rahane will be hoping to score big runs and get back in form as soon as possible since the South African tour is around the corner as well. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), L Rahul (Vice-Captain), Suranga Lakmal, Niroshan Dickwella, C Pujara, Mohammed Shami, R Ashwin, Dilruwan Perera, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Murali Vijay, Umesh Yadav
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on November 23, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs England on November 23 It’s party time at the land of Kangaroos as arch-rivals England and Australia lock horns for one of the greatest cricketing spectacle, The Ashes. The 70th edition overall and the 35th hosted by Australia will see a lot of drama unfold. There’s never any dearth or drama when it comes to the Ashes and the same can be said about this edition. The English had to deal with a lot of off-field issues before entering the land of Kangaroos. With their talismanic all-rounder, Ben Stokes missing out, there seems to be an irreplaceable void created in their team. · Best economical pick – Josh Hazlewood represents a different threat to England’s batsmen with his metronomic line and length. The sixth-ranked bowler in Tests represents a handy foil to the explosiveness of new-ball partner Starc. In 31 Tests, the right fast-medium pacer has captured 118 wickets at 25.75, including 16 in four Ashes Tests at 25.75. · Top captains & vice captains – Steve Smith the world’s number one ranked Test batsman took over the Test captaincy from Michael Clarke at the end of the last Ashes series in 2015, and will be leading Australia for the first time in Tests against England. Has scored 20 100s in 56 Tests at 59.66, with a highest score of 215 in the last Ashes series at Lord’s. He has scored five centuries in 18 Ashes Tests at 54.74. Joe Root is the most talented batsman in the England squad as well as having the responsibility of being skipper, with this his first overseas series as captain. Since taking over as captain earlier this year, he has averaged more than 60 in Tests. · Smart pick – Mitchell Starc, who is Australia’s pace spearhead with an incredible strike-rate. In 36 Tests Starc has captured 148 wickets at 28.35, with 29 of those coming in eight Ashes Tests. This will be his first home Ashes series and he has taken half his Test wickets in Australia. Starc heads into the series with back-to-back hat-tricks for New South Wales in one Sheffield Shield match this season. · Cautious Pick – The entire fraternity was surprised with Tim Paine entering the Aussie squad, which was not well received by some senior cricketers. In the selectors and the captain’s defense, he’s the only choice right now and part-time keepers like Handscomb or Bancroft cannot be trusted with such huge games with due respect. He last scored a first class century in 2006. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain),Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Jonny Bairstow, Cameron Bancroft, Stuart Broad, Jake Ball, Patrick Cummins, Peter Handscomb, Dawid Malan
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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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