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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia v Sri Lanka on February 22, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia v Sri Lanka on February 22 · Sri Lanka seal the series. Gunaratne wins the seemingly unwinnable with a blazing 84no from 46 at Kardinia Park. Once again it all came down to the final over and once again it was Andrew Tye with the ball. The first ball saw Nuwan Kulasekara hole out, but his dismissal only put a rampaging Asela Gunaratne back on strike. A four then a six followed, leaving four needed off three. A single briefly robbed Gunaratne of the strike but another single put him back in prime position to face the final delivery. With two required, he finished it off in style, blasting a boundary to seal a series victory. Sri Lanka take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three match series. Next, the action shifts to Adelaide, where the teams will meet in the third and final T20I. · Top captains & vice captains – He’s done it again. Asela Gunaratne continued his excellent form with another match-winning knock at Kardinia Park. After top-scoring with a match-winning 52 off 37 on Friday night, Gunaratne again led the way on Sunday in Geelong. And this time, he saw the match through to its enthralling finish. Moises Henriques led the way with the bat for Australia, striking an unbeaten 56 from 37 balls – his highest score in T20I cricket. Dropped on 19 by Chamara Kapugedera, his knock was crucial after Michael Klinger (43 off 37) and Ben Dunk (32 off 14) didn’t capitalise after making starts, while Australian wickets fell around Henriques late in the innings. · Best economical pick & Smart pick – Sri Lanka seamer Nuwan Kulasekara closed Australia's innings out with three wickets in four balls. First, he bowled Australia quick Pat Cummins for three. A dot ball followed, before he removed Tye and Richardson with consecutive balls to finish the innings. Ben Dunk returned to the Australian XI for the second T20I, his first match for Australia in more than two years, and didn’t he love it. The 29-year-old struck two fours and three sixes in his 14-ball 32, pillaging 22 runs off one Dilshan Munaweera over. · Cautions Pick – Australia surprisingly left leg-spinner Adam Zampa out of their side as they made two changes, with Richardson and Dunk coming in for Stanlake and Zampa. While the former had struggled on debut in Friday night’s opening match, Zampa was the pick of the Australian bowlers on that occasion, taking 2-26 from his four-over spell. · My XI – Asela Gunaratne (Captain), Moises Henriques (Vice-Captain), Nuwan Kulasekara, Ben Dunk, Dilshan Munaweera, Lasith Malinga, Lakshan Sandakan, Niroshan Dickwela, Tim Paine, Aaron Finch, Vikum Sanjaya
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand v South Africa on February 22, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand v South Africa on February 22 · AB de Villiers has smashed a boundary with the second-last ball to give South Africa a four-wicket one-day international win over New Zealand. Set a target of 208 for victory in the reduced-overs match in Hamilton, de Villiers smacked Tim Southee straight down the ground to pinch victory at the death. But the 33-year-old skipper couldn't have done it without the help of Andile Phehlukwayo's quick-fire 29, including one critical final-over six off Southee. The two sides will clash again in the second ODI in Christchurch on Wednesday. · Best economical pick – South African Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock pounded the deep-point boundary on his way to a half-century from 47 balls before partner Hashim Amla went for 35. · Top captains & vice captains – Faf du Plessis was trapped LBW by Ish Sodhi for 14 soon afterwards and de Kock was dismissed by Trent Boult for 69. JP Duminy and Farhaan Berhadien were then knocked over in successive Southee deliveries. The four wickets in 14 balls put the Black Caps on the front foot, and after a brief rally, Chris Morris skied Mitchell Santner to Boult at long-off for 16. But South Africa couldn't be discounted with Ab de Villiers at the crease, and alongside Andile Phehlukwayo he guided his side home. · Smart pick – The New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson scored a clinical 59 off 53 deliveries at first-drop, before some lower-order ball-bashing produced 49 runs in the last three overs. · Cautions Pick – Tim Southee, who had previously impressed with the bat himself, was tasked with limiting the world No.1 ODI side to fewer than 12 runs in the final over. But he couldn't secure the dot balls required, with New Zealand going 1-0 down in the five-game series. · My XI – Ab de Villiers (Captain), Andile Phehlukwayo (Vice-Captain), Kane Williamson, Quinton de Kock, Neil Broom, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir, Wayne Parnell, Mitchell Santner, Dwaine Pretorius, James Neesham
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan on February 21, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan on February 21 As in the first match, Afghanistan won the toss and decided to bat on a warm, partly cloudy morning, with rain expected later during the day. However, there was more grass left on the pitch for this match, but the tourists evidently decided to risk it giving help to the seam bowlers and put their trust in Duckworth-Lewis, which had served them so well on Thursday. The weather may have permitted, but the Zimbabwe middle-order batsmen did not. They were in command until the fall of their fourth wicket, when they needed 100 more runs with seven batsmen still in hand. Yet again, though, a lack of cricketing wisdom and fight betrayed the home side, who slid steadily downhill to another defeat, this one by 54 runs. The third match in the five-match series will take place at Harare Sports Club on Tuesday. · Best economical pick – Najibullah Zadran attacked the Zimbabwean bowling in the 2nd ODI in fine style, hitting Mpofu and Chatara for sixes in quick succession, but he was not so good against the short ball, and skyed a catch into the covers off a short one from Chatara off the penultimate ball of the innings. He scored 45 off 46 balls and gave Afghanistan the impetus they needed in the final overs. · Top captains & vice captains – The antagonistic opening batsman and wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad, was more restrained than usual, and the bowlers did well to keep him relatively quiet in 2nd ODI. Shahzad went to 50 off 68 balls and the team hundred came up after 23 overs, with just one wicket down. When Solomon Mire was hammering the Afghan bowlers for a superb fifty at the start of the Zimbabwe innings at Harare Sports Club today, it seemed that the home side may have been on course for a fine victory, weather permitting. The weather may have permitted, but the Zimbabwe middle-order batsmen did not. · Smart pick – Zimbabwean skipper Graeme Cremer put up a good fight with the bat, and the last wicket added a plucky but futile 16 together before Ngarava was caught at long-off for 10, leaving Cremer not out with 14. · Cautions Pick – Asghar Stanikzai, who had done so well on Thursday, this time struggled to six off 20 balls, when he tried to hit Cremer for six over long-off, and Musakanda held the ball well on the boundary; 139 for three in the 33rd over. My XI – Mohammad Shahzad (Captain), Solomon Mire (Vice-Captain), Najibullah Zadran, Graeme Cremer, Hashmatullah Shanwari, Dawlat Zadran, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Hamilton Masakadza, Sikandar Raza, Rahmat Shah
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