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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Pakistan on November 13, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Pakistan on November 13 England will lock horns with Pakistan in the final showdown of the T20 World Cup 2022 on Sunday at Melbourne Cricket Ground. The English team secured three victories to reach the knockouts. In the semi-finals, they sealed the chase of 169 and secured a pulverizing victory over India by 10 wickets. The best performers of the team have been the opening pair of Jos Buttler and Alex Hales, while Adil Rashid and Mark Wood will be the key bowlers. Pakistan, on the other hand, made a terrific turnaround to secure three successive wins after facing two losses to reach the semi-finals. Then, the Babar Azam-led side prevailed against New Zealand in a one-sided affair. With the presence of in-form bowlers, Shaheen Afridi and Shadab Khan and proficient batters like Mohammad Rizwan and Iftikhar Ahmed, the Men in Green will give a tough fight to the Three Lions. Best economical pick–Since his inclusion into the team against South Africa, Mohammad Haris has been sensational with his aggressive attitude and fearless play. He has so far mustered 89 runs in three games at a strike rate of 161.81. Top captains & vice captains–Alex Hales's career has taken a turnaround worthy of applause. The tall opening batter was not even in the fray for this year's tournament. But he has been England's best player in the tournament and arguably the player of the tournament with the impact he has had in England's run through to the final. His destruction of the Indian bowlers is a testament to his abilities in the shortest format of the game. Shaheen Afridi looked sluggish in his first two outings of the tournament after making a return from a lengthy injury layoff. But the pacer found his groove in the following fixtures, scalping ten wickets in four games to guide Pakistan to the final. His exploits with the new ball will be key for the Men in Green in the titular clash against England. Smart pick –Jos Buttler is one of the finest white-ball batters for the English team. In this tournament, he has garnered 199 runs in five innings at an average of 49.75, with a top score of 80* coming in the last game. Cautious Pick –In limited opportunities, Harry Brook has been average with his performances. In four innings, the 23-year-old has scored only 36 runs and should not be picked in your fantasy team. My XI – Alex Hales (Captain), Shaheen Afridi (Vice-Captain), Jos Buttler, Mohammad Haris, Naseem Shah, Adil Rashid, Shan Masood, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Rizwan, Ben Stokes, Mohammad Wasim Jr
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs England on November 10, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs England on November 10 India will clash with England in the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022 at Adelaide Oval. The Indian team topped the Group 1 points table with four wins in five league games. In their last outing, the Rohit Sharma-led side secured a 71-run victory over Zimbabwe. The likes of Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav will be the key batters, while Arshdeep Singh and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are in-form bowlers. England, on the other hand, came second in the Group 2 points table with three wins in the league stage. They chased down the target of 142 against Sri Lanka and qualified for the knockouts. In the batting department, Jos Buttler and Alex Hales will be key players, while Mark Wood and Sam Curran will lead the bowling unit. Best economical pick–The talented left-arm pacer Arshdeep Singh has wreaked havoc in the powerplay and contained runs in the death overs. He is India’s most successful bowler with 10 wickets at an economy of 7.83. Top captains & vice captains–Surya Kumar Yadav has been sensational with his six-hitting capabilities throughout the tournament. He has garnered 225 runs in five innings at a lavish strike rate of 193.96, and three fifties. Virat Kohli has roared back to form just at the right time and has been on a roll throughout this T20 World Cup. He has scored three-match winning half-centuries and also bagged a couple of Player of the Match awards. The batting megastar has amassed 246 runs from five matches and will be looking for more challenges in the knockout phase. Smart pick –The Indian batters need to be very cautious of Sam Curran’s bowling abilities as he has been the most consistent bowler for England in this competition. The youngster has the potential to take the game away from the opposition with his impactful spells and has so far registered 10 scalps to his name from the four matches that he got to feature in. Cautious Pick –The Indian bowling all-rounder Axar Patel has not been quite effective in terms of his contribution. He has only three wickets in four games at an economy of 9.10 and scored nine runs with the willow. My XI – Surya Kumar Yadav (Captain), Virat Kohli (Vice-Captain), Sam Curran, Arshdeep Singh, Bhuvneswar Kumar, Mark Wood, Harry Brook, Alex Hales, Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Philip Salt
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Critical Updates
  • Haris Rauf
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Haris Rauf has consistently hit the 150 Kmph mark and has used bouncers to perfection. His ability to hit back of a length at a raw pace has troubled the batters and has been one of the silent performers in the side. The right-arm quick is a big part of Pakistan’s successful campaign and deserves a lot of credit.
  • Mohammad Wasim Jr
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Mohammad Wasim has made a big difference to the bowling unit once he came into the playing XI and has been executing yorkers to perfection in the death overs. The speedster brings a different variety by hitting the bat hard and is a wicket-taking option with the ball always.
  • Mohammad Nawaz
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Mohammad Nawaz’s presence hasn’t been felt much in the last few games, however, his match-winning abilities cannot be underestimated. The left-arm spinner’s responsibilities with the ball have come down after the inclusion six bowling options and he might be needed more with the bat unless the track offers a lot of spin.
  • Mark Wood

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : Mark Wood has been enjoying a sensational form since returning from his injury after four months of gap. He took  six wickets from just two T20I innings against Pakistan last month and has taken nine wickets from just four innings in the T20 World Cup. He missed the semi-final clash with a minor injury he suffered while fielding against Sri Lanka but is likely to make a return to the starting eleven and replace Chris Jordan for the final clash.

  • Adil Rashid

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : Adil Rashid proved the best bowler economically with a wicket of Suryakumar Yadav while conceding just 20 runs from his four-over spell against India. Rashid has taken only two wickets in the tournament but has maintained an impressive economy rate of 6.25 so far.