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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Bangladesh on November 22, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Bangladesh on November 22 India’s opening Test against Bangladesh at the Holkar Stadium in Indore turned out to be a one-sided affair as the hosts won by an innings and 130 runs. It’s now time for the day-night affair at the iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The game under the lights have been the point of the tour with both teams, yet to play a game of such nature.Bangladesh will look to register their first points on the points table of the ICC World Test Championship.The visitors were bulldozed by an innings and 130 runs in the opening Test at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. Mominul Haque and Co will have to perform much better in the upcoming match if they wish to salvage something out of the tour. The performances of Mushfiqur Rahim and Abu Jayed were the only bright spots for Team Bangladesh in the first match, as the Indian team outplayed them in all three departments. However, they will try to forget their previous performance and look to make history in Kolkata by winning their first ever Test against India. Best economical pick– Fast forward a year later, and Mayank Agarwal is making headlines again with his stupendous show against Bangladesh. In the first Test the opener scored a stunning 243, his second Test double hundred of the year, to follow up a splendid 215 against South Africa last month. Agarwal has forged a formidable opening partnership alongside Rohit Sharma at the top of the order, and it looks like the pair is likely to stay together for a long time. Top captains & vice captains – This will be India's last Test before their New Zealand tour, and captain Virat Kohli will try to get some runs under his belt ahead of the overseas assignment. The Delhi-born superstar scored a rare duck at the Holkar Stadium but given how talented he is, we can expect him to bounce back in style at Eden Gardens. Kohli has been practicing with the pink ball in the nets. Mushfiqur Rahim, Bangladesh's most experienced player, waged a lone battle against the hosts in his side's ICC World Test Championship opener. Rahim emerged as the top scorer in both the innings, with scores of 43 and 64. The wicketkeeper-batsman was batting magnificently in the first innings before a classic in-swinger from Mohammed Shami rattled his stumps. Smart pick –Mohammed Shami has formed a fantastic partnership with his teammates Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav, as the trio have been regularly decimating opposition batting line-ups even in home Tests. While Ishant and Yadav will be significant factors at Kolkata, all eyes will be on Shami because he has played a lot of cricket at this venue. Cautions Pick –Whether it is his stroke selection or his untidy wicket-keeping skills, Wridhiman Saha is under considerable pressure and with Pant in the squad, this could be a crucial game for the Bengal glovesman. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim(Vice-Captain), Mohammed Shami, Mayank Agarwal, Ajinkya Rahane, Abu Jayed, Umesh Yadav, Ravichadran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Mithun, Imrul Kayes
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs Pakistan on November 21, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs Pakistan on November 21 Things are back to normal for Australia with their seasoned campaigners Steve Smith and David Warner back in whites at home. They are coming off an exciting Ashes series and will be hoping that their struggling batting line-up apart from Smith scores runs. The pace bowling trio of Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins is back at the helm while Joe Burns also returns to the side. The unpredictable Pakistan side brings a lot to the table on this tour with a lot of changes to their Test side. Azhar Ali, the new captain, and the new coach Misbah-ul-Haq will be keen to re-write history and clearly, this team promises a lot more. Naseem Shah has been talked up a lot more in the lead up to the series and is set to make his Test debut while Babar Azam is finally looking primed to stamp his authority in the whites. Overall, an enthralling game at The Gabba can be expected and if Pakistan live up to their promise, Australia might have a tough time like they had against India last season. Best economical pick– Josh Hazlewood has cemented his spot as the mainstay of the Australian bowling attack since his debut in 2014. Although he missed out getting selected in Australia’s limited-overs side of late, the move paid off well. The 28-year old finished the Ashes series in England among the highest wicket-takers, taking 20 wickets in four matches at an average of 20.27. Top captains & vice captains –It was in the Ashes series in England that Steve Smith marked his return to Test cricket in more than a year and almost single-handedly laid the foundation for Australia to retain the urn. The 30-year old received the player of the series award for scoring 774 runs at an average of 110.25 with no other batsmen coming close in matching his peerless display throughout the series. The number one Test bowler in the world is all set to unleash himself at home after a rich vein of form in the Ashes series on English soil. In the wake of Australia’s ball-tampering scandal, Pat Cummins became a silver lining for the team with his spectacular performances. In the months succeeding that, the New South Wales lad burst into the scene as the most valuable player for the national team in all the aspects. Smart pick –Babar Azam is the most level-headed and disciplined batsman in Pakistan’s line-up. His confident strokes and footwork, especially the cover drive, exudes plenty of faith and belief. While there is no doubt that Babar possesses the skill and the expertise to tackle the likes of Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and Nathan Lyon, the rest of the batsmen also have to back him. Cautions Pick –The dynamic opening batsman David Warner had a torrid return to Test cricket in the Ashes where he managed to score just 95 runs in the series. His technique against the swinging ball was exposed by England’s Stuart Broad and Jofra Archer. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), Pat Cummins (Vice-Captain), Babar Azam, Josh Hazlewood, Asad Shafiq, Naseem Shah, Marnus Labuschane, Matthew Wade, Azhar Ali, Harris Sohail, Tim Paine
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