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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs England on February 22, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs England on February 22 West Indies vs England ODI series kicked off in style with the visitors taking a 1-0 lead in what was a high-scoring thriller at Bridgetown. West Indies, who batted first, scored a mammoth score of 360 runs thanks to a fine century by Gayle. England who lost the Test series, showed exactly why they are favourites for this year’s World Cup chasing down the big score with more than an over to spare. With a 1-0 lead for England, both teams will now play the second ODI at the same venue on Friday. Although England won the 1st ODI, Windies will take a lot of positives from the match. The hosts were excellent with the bat but would feel disappointed that they couldn’t score more. Wickets tumbled towards the end putting brakes on their run rate. West Indies will also be disappointed with their bowling. After posting a score of 360, they were definitely in the driving seat but lost a good opportunity to take a lead in the series. Best economical pick – Chris Gayle marked his return to international Cricket in the way only he knew best. Gayle started off slow playing a remarkable 55 dot-balls, but then switched gears to hit 12 sixes as he scored 135 in the first innings. Gayle is West Indies’ front man in the batting department and could be an impact player in 2nd ODI. Top captains & vice captains – In what was a batsman’s paradise, England’s mighty batting line-up did exactly what was expected. Led by Jason Roy at the top, England were clinical in their run chase as they chased down the target with an over to spare. Roy has been in great form off late and is a crucial batsman for England in the series. While Jason Roy was responsible for the fire-works, somebody was needed at the other end to stitch a partnership. Joe Root did exactly that as he scored a century too helping England beyond the finish line. Root is also in good form and is a vital member in the England team. Smart pick – Ben Stokes had a good match on Wednesday. Picking up 3 wickets, he was partly responsible for the West Indies batting collapse towards the end of the innings. He was a constant presence in the team and is a smart pick for your fantasy team. Cautions Pick – England team looks to be sorted ahead of the World Cup 2019. However, there are one or two positions in the bowling department that are still to be addressed. The team might have missed a trick by not playing Tom Curran in the first ODI. He is coming off a great BBL season and might replace Mark Wood, who went for plenty in the first match. My XI – Jason Roy (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain), Chris Gayle, Ben Stokes, Eoin Morgan, Adil Rashid, Chris Woakes, Devendra Bishoo, Jos Buttler, Darren Bravo, John Campbell
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Sri Lanka on February 21, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Sri Lanka on February 21 South Africa and Sri Lanka played one of the most exciting games of Test cricket in their first match at Kingsmead, Durban. Needing 304 to win, Sri Lanka, who have been struggling off late, rallied on valiantly to cross the finish line by just one wicket. Sri Lanka started off strongly with the ball as they bowled out South Africa for just 235 to put pressure, but it was the fourth innings knock by Kushal Perera at the very end which made all the difference in what was a very entertaining game of Cricket. South Africa will definitely fight back, but only time will tell if the Lankans will be able to fight off the Proteas charge. Even though the first Test match had a winner, both teams will be fairly proud of the cricket that they played during the five days. South Africa will feel that they were undone by the top order in both the innings. But it is unlikely that the Proteas will enforce a change in the side heading into the second Test. Best economical pick – Sri Lanka’s best bowler in Durban, Vishwa Fernando picked up eight wickets in two innings in the first Test match. The pacer was comfortable in his zone as he managed to pick up four vital wickets in each innings to dislodge the South African batting attack. Fernando is a bankable option heading into the second Test match and could get you some points. Top captains & vice captains – If not him, then who? Kushal Perera was undoubtedly the player of the match in the first Test. Not just because of his match-winning knock of 153 in the second innings but also because of the stability that he brings to the Sri Lankan middle-order. Perera is in good touch and even managed to score a half-century in the first innings. South Africa’s only threat in the batting department, Quinton De Kock has matured so much as a batsman. De Kock comes in at number six which makes his position very tricky in Test Cricket. But De Kock has shown exemplary skills and maturity as he is arguably the pick among the Proteas batsmen. Smart pick – Supporting Quinton De Kock in the middle order was skipper Faf Du Plessis who himself had a decent match. Du Plessis is a level-headed batsman who doesn’t usually get carried away and is a player you can bank on in the second Test match. Cautions Pick – He has been one of South Africa’s best batsmen with over fifty international hundreds. But Hashim Amla failed once again by scoring 3 and 16 in the two innings in the first Test against Sri Lanka. My XI – Kushal Perera (Captain), Quinton de Kock (Vice-Captain), Faf Du Plessis, VIshwa Fernado, Aiden Markram, Dale Steyn, Kagiso Rabada, Vernon Philander, Niroshan Dickwella, Kusal Mendis, Dean Elgar
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