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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips  India vs Bangladesh on November 10, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs Bangladesh on November 10 After having suffered a rare seven-wicket defeat in the opening fixture in Delhi, normal services once again resumed as Rohit Sharma’s masterclass at Rajkot, helped the Men in Blue to seek parity and set-up a decider at the Vidarbha Cricket Association in Nagpur. India may have won the second T20I but it did nothing to resolve their long-standing issues in the shortest format of the game. That they decided to chase in the second game paved way for their perennial weakness to be subsided. It has become apparently clear that the Men in Blue love chasing. And, there is a reason for it. India’s template at the top of the innings in the recent past has been to reserve wickets before going all-out for the target. While that might work during the run-chase, it has seldom worked when they are setting-up a total. Rohit Sharma knows it. He knows his numbers, his sides’ record while batting first. And it will be interesting to see whether he opts to bat first if they win the toss or India will go for a safer option, considering the series is on the line, as they did in Rajkot. As for the Asian Tigers, they would feel that they missed out on a golden opportunity in the last game after their openers had provided them with a blistering start. The visitors’ woes against quality wrist-spin were exposed to the hilt once again while their bowling- especially fast bowling- was atrocious, to say the least. Best economical pick– Bangladesh has struggled against the leg-spin of Yuzvendra Chahal in both games. He is a must-have in the side. Top captains & vice captains – Rohit Sharma smashed the ball to all the corners, displaying his elegant batting and making up for his failure in the previous T20I. The highlight of his innings was the 10th over of India's innings when he smashed Hossain with three consecutive sixes, scoring 21 runs off that over. It took only 23 balls for Rohit Sharma to register his 18th T20I fifty and he looked to be comfortably cruising towards his fifth T20I hundred. Mushfiqur Rahim is ideal choice for vice captain. Rahim is in decent form in the middle order with 64 runs in two games. Smart pick –Shikhar Dhawan has gotten off to starts this series without being able to convert them into fifties. He should be backed to get some runs on Sunday. Cautions Pick –Whether it is his stroke selection or his untidy wicket-keeping skills, Rishabh Pant is under considerable pressure and with Samson in the squad, this could be a crucial game for the southpaw. He made a grave mistake in the Rajkot T20I which could’ve cost India the game and the series. My XI – Rohit Sharma (Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim (Vice-Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Mahmudullah, Deepak Chahar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Shreyas Iyer, Liton Das, Washington Sundar, Soumya Sarkar, Krunal Pandya
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs England on November 10, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs England on November 10 An epic encounter beckons as the Kiwis take on England at the Eden Park in Auckland for the 5th and final T20I, in what promises to be a game for the ages, a finale to the five part reenactment of the spectacle which was the ICC World Cup Final 2019. With the series level at 2-2 after four hard fought bouts, both teams will know full well that they are very evenly matched and cannot afford to spare any quarter. Just like at Lord’s earlier this year. Best economical pick–Mitchell Santner has been a bag of tricks throughout the tournament, bamboozling the English batsmen with his subtle variations to lead the wicket-taking charts courtesy an impressive haul of nine scalps from his four outings. While the rest of the New Zealand bowling attack was descending into chaos thanks to the exploits of Messrs Morgan and Malan, Santner once more went about his job with nonchalant ease, dismissing both English openers for the second time in four games, and coming out with very respectable figures of 2 for 32 from his four overs. Currently ranked the 5th best T20 bowler in the world, Santner is a bonafide tormentor of batsmen. Top captains & vice captains –Eoin Morgan played an able supporting hand, scoring a brisk 91 off just 41 deliveries, his best numbers in this high octane format of the game. The flamboyant Irishman did ride his luck at times, getting dropped thrice, including twice off two full-tosses later adjudged to have been over waist high, before finally perishing in the deep during the last over, having set the tide firmly in his team’s favor. Having already struck five half-centuries in his first eight T20I outings, the splendid Dawid Malan bludgeoned his way to an unbeaten knock of a 103 runs off just 51 deliveries in the last match, thus becoming only the second Englishman after Alex Hales to have scored a ton in Twenty20 cricket. It was also the fastest, beating the previous record by 2 full overs. Malan’s boisterous batting coincided with a staggering record third-wicket stand of a 182 runs with his captain which saw the World champions reach a gargantuan total of 241 for a loss of three wickets, their highest total in this version of the game. Smart pick –One of the finest bowlers of his generation, Trent Boult played his first T20I in over a year and a half on Friday, with the selectors looking to give the fiery Lockie Ferguson some much needed rest ahead of a seemingly likely maiden test cap in the upcoming test series. A usual picture of consistency, Boult will be expected to brush off the rustiness and spearhead the Kiwi offense in yet another must-win situation against an in-form batting lineup studded with big names and colossal hitters. Cautions Pick –Colin Munro can take bowling attacks to the cleaners, but he has blown hot and cold in the series. Munro has been fighting with poor form for quite some time now. My XI – Eoin Morgan (Captain), Dawid Malan(Vice-Captain), Trent Boult, James Vince, Mitchell Santner, Chris Jordan, Ross Taylor, Colin de Grandhomme, Jonny Bairstow, Matthew Parkinson, Martin Guptill
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Critical Updates
  • Mark Wood

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : Mark Wood was brilliant against New Zealand and picked up a three-wicket haul. Similar exploits are expected of him once again.

  • Adil Rashid

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : The management has backed Adil Rashid extensively and will continue to do so. Even though he is slightly expensive, Rashid picks up some important wickets.

  • Liam Plunkett
    Playing XI : May be
     
    Analysis : Liam Plunkett has performed extremely well through the middle overs with the ball. His variations are highly effective and he does a fair job with the bat as well.
  • Chris Woakes

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : Chris Woakes will open the bowling for his team and even adds a great bit of depth to the batting. He is someone who can strike big right from the first ball.

  • Joe Root

    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : Joe Root will continue at number three. His role is to hold the batting together and get a good score. Root should back his natural game and shouldn’t fancy any cheeky shots. England’s chances of winning the game will increase significantly if he stays in the middle till the end of the 50th over.