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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs India on August 14, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs India on August 14 The India team continued their march at Port of Spain as the win has given them an unassailable lead in the 3-match ODI series. Though the Caribbean side put up a fight the visitors were equal to the task and grabbed all the important moments of the game. Till now Virat Kohli’s men have found answers to all the questions but the same cannot be said about the Windies team. They have struggled to match the intensity of their counterparts and now the series is at stake when they take on India for the final ODI at the same venue. Jason Holder’s arrival has lifted the spirits of the dressing room as the side tested the Indian team in patches. The batting was again a letdown as none of the stars took the responsibility of guiding the team. Best economical pick – With India yet to win the series, it is unlikely that he will rest himself. Shreyas Iyer must bat at four for India. He is an ideal person to bat at this position and rotates the strike well. Iyer has displayed his capability in the last match and should be given a long run. Top captains & vice captains – Rohit Sharma played an uncharacteristic knock in the second ODI and didn’t get the strike too often in the early part of his innings. Thus, he never really found the momentum and ended up playing too many dot balls. He is in terrific form and should look to make the best use of it. Moreover, he has got a point to prove ahead of the upcoming Test series. After 5 months, Virat Kohli registered an ODI century in the last game and it was a treat to watch him bat. The openers failed to deliver and there was a great responsibility for him. With the conditions being humid and the pitch not as easy to bat on, it wasn’t easy to get a big score. However, the Indian skipper pushed himself really well and played an excellent knock. Smart pick – Chris Gayle is in the last stage of his international career and he will want to sign off in style. At the start of the year, he made a statement with a couple of his knocks against England. Then in the 2019 World Cup, the southpaw failed to make his mark and his poor returns was one of the reasons why the team ended at the bottom half of the points table. Now he is the highest run-getter for the country in the ODIs and he will be keen to celebrate the record with a Gayle Storm. Cautions Pick – Shikhar Dhawan is yet to find his form back and hasn’t impressed on this tour thus far. The left-hander has had quite a few troubles facing left-arm seamers and has particularly struggled against the incoming delivery. My XI – Rohit Sharma (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Chris Gayle, Rishabh Pant, Shai Hope, Mohammed Shami, Sheldon Cottrell, Fabian Allen, Roston Chase, Shreyas Iyer, John Campbell
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Australia on August 14, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Australia on August 14 At Edgbaston, the Australian team burst the honeymoon bubble of the Brits. It was a terrific start to the most revered Test series in cricketing history, Ashes but the hosts ended up on the wrong side. The England team was always playing the catch-up game after losing their star bowler, James Anderson in the first session of the game. While the Kangaroos hopped all around the park and reached the finish line comfortably. Now for the second chapter, the teams will be penning their respective scripts at the historic Lord’s cricket ground. Joe Root’s men wavered against the might of Australians. Apart from a couple of individual brilliance the team never played as a unit. The Australian team showed their resilience and pinned down their opponents on their happy hunting ground. Especially Steve Smith who gave a fitting reply to the booing English crowd with his twin centuries. Throughout the game their pace battery was in full flow and their champion spinner, Nathan Lyon also stood up when the team required him. They don’t have major issues going into the Lord’s Test but they should not let their guard down against the wounded lions. Best economical pick – Rory Burn’s century will be a relief for the English camp as they have struggled to find a quality opener since the retirement of Andrew Strauss. His partner Jason Roy will be looking to make necessary adjustments for the red-ball cricket. Top captains & vice captains – Last time Australia played at Lord’s, Steve Smith scored 215 and 58 runs in two innings. The visitors also won that game by a mammoth 405 runs. The attacking opening batsmen David Warner made a perfect comeback to the international circuit with his awe-inspiring performances in the 2019 World Cup. David Warner has always defied the odds and put up match-winning performances. In his last visit to England, he was providing the team with good starts and his tally of 441 runs proves it. Warner can change the course of the match within a session. Smart pick – England is already on the back foot after losing their first game and now the absence of James Anderson will further dent their chances. Still, their hopes are alive and it is because of Jofra Archer’s return to the fold. Jofra Archer is one of the stars which helped Three Lions lift the 2019 World Cup. In the last couple of years he has been performing consistently for his county side, Sussex and a week ago he scalped a 6-fer against Gloucestershire 2nd XI. Cautions Pick – Joe Denly is likely to be dropped from the playing XI and in that case, keeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow will be the new No.4 for the rest of the series. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), David Warner (Vice-Captain), Jofra Archer, Rory Burns, Chris Woakes, Nathan Lyon, Ben Stokes, Matthew Wade, Joe Root, Travis Head, Jason Roy
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