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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs England on February 1, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs England on February 1 An upbeat South Africa will be hosting England in the third and final One Day International at the De Beers Stadium in Kimberley on Wednesday, February 1. The Proteas will be oozing with confidence heading into this fixture having comprehensively sealed the series against the reigning world champions outclassing them first with the ball and then the bat. The hosts successfully chased the Three Lions’ 342-run target in the last game to seal the One Day series which has kept their 2023 ODI World Cup qualification hopes intact. They now need to ensure a clean sweep against England to solidify their chances of playing the quadrennial event in India in October. England, on the other hand, have been very ordinary throughout this series. In fact, they suffered their second successive ODI series loss. The previous one came against arch-rivals Australia where the Three Lions were blanked 0-3 down under just less than 10 days after their T20 World Cup triumph. The Jos Buttler-led side will now be looking forward to salvaging pride and avoiding a whitewash by all means as they aim to turn the tables on a strong Proteas unit. Best economical pick–Harry Brook made his ODI debut in the first match and smashed 80 off 75 while batting first in the last game. He is in sensational form across formats and should be in your fantasy Team at any cost. Top captains & vice captains– Rassie van der Dussen has been on a roll in this series and has made it matter with the bat whenever the team needed him the most. He scored a match-winning 111 in the series opener and followed it up with a crucial run-a-ball 38 in the next game where he was also involved in a 97-run second wicket stand with Temba Bavuma. The middle-order sensation would once again be hoping to play a game-changing innings in the final match. The English captain Jos Buttler top-scored 94* off 82 to guide his team to a big total while batting first in the last game. He has scored 130 runs from two innings in this series. Smart pick –Anrich Nortje has been the standout bowler in the ongoing One Day series and has made an outstanding impact in the wickets column on a regular basis. He has so far registered six scalps to his name and applied brakes on England’s momentum at crucial juncture. He had taken a match-winning four-wicket haul in the series opener to help the Proteas snatch victory from jaws of defeat. Cautious Pick – Ben Duckett has struggled to make a big impact in white-ball cricket as he has in Test cricket lately. He scored three runs in the first match and added just 20 runs in the second match in this series. My XI – Rassie van der Dussen (Captain), Jos Buttler (Vice-Captain), Anrich Nortje, Quinton de Kock, Olly Stone, Lungi Ngidi, Harry Brook, Aiden Markram, Sam Curran, David Miller, Temba Bavuma
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs New Zealand on February 1, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs New Zealand on February 1 India will be locking horns with New Zealand in the series-deciding third T20I at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Wednesday, February 1. After the hosts were handed a setback in the opening game by 21 runs, they made a strong statement in the next match with a six-wicket victory to keep the series alive. However, the Indian team was given a reality check by the Kiwis who fought valiantly despite defending just 100 runs. While the Indian bowlers showcased extraordinary performances in the last game, the batting was bit of a letdown. The hosts could have found themselves in total disarray had it not been for Suryakumar Yadav who successfully added the finishing touches. The Men in Blue will need to work on their batting ahead of the decider, which has misfired throughout the series. New Zealand bowlers were exceptional with the ball in hand during the series opener where they succeeded in defending a manageable total of 176 to draw first blood. They had also got to a competitive total courtesy of their middle-order brilliance capitalizing on India’s errant bowling. Even though the Kiwis’ batting looked completely off-color in the previous fixture, the bowling made things tough for the famed Indian batters. Best economical pick–After having a forgettable outing in the first game, Arshdeep Singh roared back to form in style with the ball in hand as he not only made a tremendous impact in the wickets column, but also bowled an economical spell. The left-arm pacer finished with match-winning figures of 2/7 from his two overs at an economy of 3.5. Top captains & vice captains– Suryakumar Yadav has been India’s most consistent batter in T20Is in the last eight months and has also rose to the occasion for the team when it mattered the most. He has also succeeded in making his bat do the talking throughout the ongoing series registering scores of 47 and following it up with an unbeaten match-winning 26. Yadav’s crucial knock in the last game earned him a well-deserved Player of the Match award. The top-ranked New Zealand batter Devon Conway scored just 11 runs in the last game but has been in sensational form across formats. He smashed 52 off 35 in the opening match after smashing 138 off 100 in the last ODI against India. Smart pick –The New Zealand captain Mitchell Santner is in good form with both bat and ball lately. He was the top scorer for his team with 19 runs and conceded just 20 runs from his four-over spell in the last game. Cautious Pick – The young Indian wicketkeeper batter Ishan Kishan has failed to score fifty from his last 12 T20I innings. He has scored just 23 runs in this series and should be avoided for this match. My XI – Suryakumar Yadav (Captain), Devon Conway (Vice-Captain), Mitchell Santner, Arshdeep Singh, Washington Sundar, Kuldeep Yadav, Michael Bracewell, Glenn Philips, Hardik Pandya, Shubman Gill, Daryl Mitchell
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Critical Updates
  • Tabraiz Shamsi

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : The talismanic left-arm unorthodox, Tabraiz Shamsi always poses a challenge to the batters. His ability to bowl consistently in an area makes it challenging for the batters. The spinner has also got a really good googly to outfox batters.

  • Keshav Maharaj
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Maharaj will be one of the two spinners in the playing XI. Maharaj played 11 ODIs last year picking up nine wickets. Maharaj has played just 27 ODIs till date making his debut in 2017.
  • Kagiso Rabada
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Kagiso Rabada will lead the pace attack. The pacer played just five ODIs last year picking up 9 wickets. Rabada is not within the top 10 boalers in the latest ICC rankings.
  • Wayne Parnell
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Wayne Parnell the all-rounder can slot in at six. He is a good bowler and is a quality batter lower-down the order. He has taken just 1 wicket in this series so far.
  • Quinton de Kock

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : De Kock will open the batting along with Bavuma. He is one of the most attacking batters and consistently opens the batting. The southpaw scored 68 runs in this series so far.