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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Australia on November 14, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs Australia on November 14 New Zealand will take on arch-rivals Australia in the final of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Sunday. Kiwis have reached the final for the first time in T20 World Cup and will be dreaming of lifting the cup. With some phenomenal batting display from Daryl Mitchell, New Zealand defeated favorites England in the first semi-final. They will be aiming for their second major ICC title this year. Devon Conway has been ruled out of the final with a hand injury. Australia, on the other hand, were not the favorites to reach the finals, but they proved everyone wrong with some stellar all-round performances. Despite losing 5 wickets in the run-chase against Pakistan, the duo of Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade earned the Aussies a 5-wicket victory to cement their spot in the finals. Both sides are aiming for their first T20 World Cup title and we can expect a cracker of a contest between them. Best economical pick–Matthew Wade played one of the best knocks of the tournament in the second semi-final against Pakistan and won the game for the Aussies. In 3 innings in this tournament, he has scored 74 runs at an average of 74. Top captains & vice captains–David Warner has been in superb form in this tournament. The left-hander has scored 236 runs in this tournament and has scored his runs at an average of 47.20 and a strike rate of close to 150. Daryl Mitchell was outstanding in the semifinal clash between England and New Zealand. The right-handed batter stayed till the end and scored a superb 72* off 47 deliveries at the top of the order. Mitchell has scored 197 runs in the competition at an average of close to 40. Smart pick –Adam Zampa is a special bowler in this format and has performed extremely well in this World Cup. He has scalped 12 wickets in 6 matches at an impressive economy of 5.69. Cautious Pick –Mitchell Santner has been economical with the ball. However, he has scalped only 2 wickets in this World Cup. It’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams. My XI – David Warner (Captain), Daryl Mitchell (Vice-Captain), Adam Zampa, Mathew Wade, Martin Guptill, Glenn Maxwell, Ish Sodhi, Pat Cummins, Aaron Finch, Adam Milne, Tim Seifert
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Australia on November 11, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Pakistan vs Australia on November 11 Pakistan and Australia will lock horns in the semi-final of ICC T20 World Cup 2021. The match will take place on November 11 at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. While Australia qualified for semis from group 1, Pakistan qualified from group 2. Pakistan played 5 matches during the super 12 round of T20 World Cup 2021. They won all of their matches and finished on the top spot in group 2 points table with 10 points. In their opening game, Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets. Later, they defeated New Zealand by 5 wickets. Pakistan also outplayed Afghanistan by 5 wickets and Namibia by 45 runs. In their last game of the super 12 round, they defeated Scotland by 72 runs. With 5 wins in 5 games so far, Pakistan are undefeated in the tournament. Talking about Australia, they finished on the 2nd spot in the group 2 points table after the super 12 round and qualified for semi-finals. Australia played 5 matches, winning 4 and losing 1. They managed to earn a better net run rate than South Africa, who also finished with 8 points. Australia defeated South Africa by 5 wickets in their opening match. Later, they defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets and Bangladesh by 8 wickets. They also defeated West Indies by 8 wickets. Australia’s only loss arrived against England, to whom they lost by 8 wickets. Best economical pick–Not many people rated Haris Rauf before this tournament and if his numbers were anything to go by, he did blow hot and cold in his T20I career. However, he has been sensational in this World Cup. Such has been his effectiveness in the death overs that against India and New Zealand, he conceded only 23 runs in overs between16-20. There is little doubt that Australia will target him, but Rauf has emerged as a skillful bowler. He is rapid when he wants to crank it up, but then with the same arm speed his slower balls are well disguised and he becomes extremely difficult to go after. Top captains & vice captains–Mohammad Rizwan is a right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman from Pakistan who opens the innings for them. He has stacked 214 runs in this tournament so far. He has the potential to pile up huge runs if he gets going early on. David Warner is a left-handed batsman from Australia who opens the innings for them. He has smashed 187 runs in this tournament so far. His return in form has been Australia’s greatest strength. Smart pick –Aaron Finch is a right-handed batsman from Australia who leads the team. He has smacked 130 runs in this tournament so far. He will be aiming to win the powerplay for his side with the bat. Cautious Pick –Hasan Ali has been ineffective as the third seamer. Without doubt, Ali is an effervescent cricketer and has the talent to succeed at the top level. But it is a fact that the 27-year-old has failed to deliver for Pakistan in this World Cup. He went for 44 against India even though he claimed a couple of wickets. And he hasn’t shown a lot of improvement in the other games either. My XI – Mohammad Rizwan (Captain), David Warner (Vice-Captain), Aaron Finch, Haris Rauf, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Marsh, Asif Ali, Mathew Wade, Marcus Stoinis, Fakhar Zaman
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Critical Updates
  • Adam Zampa
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Adam Zampa is the highest wicket-taker for Australia in T20 World Cup 2021 so far. He has grabbed 11 wickets in 5 games at an average of 9.90. Zampa also owns a brilliant economy of 5.73.
  • Josh Hazlewood
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : In 5 matches so far, Hazlewood has picked 8 wickets at an average of 13.75 and an economy of 6.87. In the previous game, he grabbed a 4-wicket haul for the team.
  • Mitchell Starc
    Playing XI : Definitely   
     
    Analysis : Mitchell Starc has done an impressive job in the bowling department so far. He has scalped 7 wickets in 5 games at an average of 21.42. He owns an economy of 7.89.
  • Pat Cummins
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : In 5 matches so far, Cummins has picked 4 wickets at an average of 30.0. He has also bowled at an economy of 7.50. Pat Cummins has strengthened Australia’s pace attack with his bowling skills in the tournament.
  • Matthew Wade
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Matthew Wade has only batted in 2 matches so far and scored 33 runs at an average of 33.0 and strike rate of 117 . He built an important partnership in one match while chasing.