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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Afghanistan vs India on June 20 CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Afghanistan vs India on June 20 Although both teams have garnered three victories from four matches, their standings in their respective groups diverged significantly. India ascended to the pinnacle of Group A, aided by the abandonment of their final league match against Canada due to inclement weather. Conversely, Afghanistan secured the second position in Group C, following a demoralizing 104-run defeat by the co-hosts, West Indies. India boast a dominant record against Afghanistan in T20Is, having emerged victorious in six out of their eight encounters, with one match yielding no result and one getting tied. However, their previous clash, the final match of the bilateral series, was a riveting spectacle, necessitating two Super Overs to reach a conclusion. Given Afghanistan's formidable form this time around, a fierce and closely contested match is anticipated. The conditions, highly conducive for the Afghans, given their potent spinners coupled with their propensity to excel in high-stakes encounters, promise an enthralling battle. India's pace battery is something Afghanistan should be wary about, and it promises an intense battle between the Afghan openers and the new-ball pair of Arshdeep Singh and Jasprit Bumrah. Best economical pick – India's young pace sensation Arshdeep Singh was the pick of the bowlers in the game against USA with a four wicket haul. Arshdeep can potentially trouble the Afghan openers with his ability to swing the ball into the right-handed batters. Top captains & vice captains – Afghanistan opener Rahmanullah Gurbaz has been the best batter for Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup. His ability to strike the ball clean and score big runs will make the Indian team wary of his threat. India's hopes of getting early wickets will rest on the shoulders of their star pacer Jasprit Bumrah. The pacer has been in great form in the last few months and his ability to take wickets with the new ball and old will not be lost on the Afghan side. Smart pick – Left-arm pacer Fazalhaq Farooqi has been one of the best bowlers of the T20 World Cup and with his ability to swing the ball he could pose a huge challenge to the Indian top order. Cautious Pick – Veteran batter Najibullah Zadran has failed to get going with the bat and this has made him a weak link in the team. With all the experience he has with the bat, Najibullah Zadran needs to start firing for his team. My XI – Rahmanullah Gurbaz (Captain), Jasprit Bumrah (Vice-Captain), Arshdeep Singh, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Rashid Khan, Shivam Dube, Ibrahim Zadran, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs Scotland on June 16 CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs Scotland on June 16 Australia and Scotland will play their last match of the Group B encounter of the T20 World Cup on Saturday evening. The Australians are already through to the Super-8 stage after their 3 successive wins. Scotland on the other hand will be praying that Namibia can do them a favor by beating England in the earlier encounter on Saturday. Mitchell Marsh and his Australian (AUS) side have played flawless cricket so far to win all three games. Their only stumbling block came in the first match against Oman where they were troubled in the first ten overs. Once they found their groove, Australia have been the team to watch out for in this campaign. Scotland (SCO) have proved to the world why they were called as dark-horses ahead of the T20 World Cup. The Scots began the campaign against arch-rivals England but had to share points as the game was abandoned due to rain. With wins over Oman and Namibia, the Scots now have things firmly in their grasp if they have to make it to the next stage. Best economical pick – The veteran Scotland batter Richie Berrington has been for years one of their best batters and his unbeaten 47 against Namibia in the last match showed the immense value he adds to the team. Top captains & vice captains – As this ongoing mega-event marks his final appearance before retiring from international cricket, the southpaw David Warner would be exceptionally eager to leave a lasting impact. He would be aspiring to make a significant impression during his side's final group-stage game of the tournament. Fresh off an outstanding Player of the Match performance with figures of 4/12 against Namibia, the crafty leg-spinner Adam Zampa would be brimming with confidence. He would aim to continue his wicket-taking momentum and build his confidence further as he heads into the Super Eight stage. Smart pick – One of the dangerous batters in the world today, Travis Head has been smashing each and every bowler to all parts of the ground. The left-handed batter scored 34 runs from 17 balls against England to show how dangerous he can be with the bat. Cautious Pick – Left-arm spinner Mark Watt was the most expensive bowler for Scotland against Namibia having given away 39 runs from his 4 wickets without claiming a wicket. Watt could come under severe punishment once again if he fails to find his form against the Aussie side. My XI – David Warner (Captain), Adam Zampa (Vice-Captain), Richie Berrington, Travis Head, Michael Leask, Brad Wheal, Matthew Cross, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Tim David
Critical Updates
  • Naveen-ul-Haq
    Playing XI : Definitely
    Analysis : The new-ball pair of Fazalhaq Farooqi and Naveen-ul-Haq has been picking wickets at regular intervals and making the ball talk with excellent control.
  • Noor Ahmad
    Playing XI : Definitely

    Analysis : In Noor Ahmad, the Afghans have a bowler who has the needed variations that can outfox any batter. The left-arm wrist spinner has had a quiet time with the ball so far but his talents have proved that he is a match-winner in his own right.