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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs India on December 10 CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs India on December 10 South AfricaandIndiawill play the first T20I of the three-match series on Sunday (December 10) at the Kingsmead in Durban. A three-match ODI series and a two-match Test series will follow the T20I series. Suryakumar Yadav has again been assigned the captaincy duty of the Indian team. Under his leadership, India recently defeated Australia in the five-match T20I series. Shubman Gill, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, and Mohammed Siraj have been added to the squad. Shivam Dube, Axar Patel, Prasidh Krishna, and Avesh Khan, who were a part of the Indian team against Australia, have been omitted from this tour. Aiden Markram will captain the Proteas in this series, and they have some new faces in the squad. Quinton de Kock has not been picked and is currently busy playing in BBL. Kagiso Rabada has been rested for the white-ball leg of the series and will be back for the Test series. David Bedingham, Nandre Burger, and Mihlali Mpongwana have been picked up on the Proteas side for the first time. Best economical pick–Ravi Bishnoi was in excellent form during the T20I series against Australia. He bagged nine wickets in five games at an average of 18.22 and an economy rate of 8.20 on high-scoring pitches. Bishnoi's bag of tricks would be tough for the South African batters to pick. He also bowls at high speeds and that could make stroke-making difficult for the opposition batters. Top captains & vice captains– Aiden Markram is a fabulous player in the shortest format of the game. He has played 33 innings, in the format, for the Proteas and has scored 1063 runs at an average of 39.37 and a strike rate of 149.51. Markram was in good form during the ODI World Cup 2023 and also smashed a century off just 49 balls in a game against Sri Lanka. Yashasvi Jaiswal finished as the third-highest run-scorer against Australia. He amassed 138 runs in five matches at a strike rate of 168.29. Smart pick –Marco Jansen took 17 wickets in nine matches in the ODI World Cup at an average of 26.47. He will likely play a key role for the team in this series. Cautious Pick – Lungi Ngidi has been ruled out of the series with a left lateral ankle sprain and can be skipped in fantasy teams. My XI – Aiden Markram (Captain), Yashasvi Jaiswal (Vice-Captain), Ravi Bishnoi, Marco Jansen, Heinrich Klassen, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, Shubman Gill, Ravindra Jadeja, David Miller
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs England on December 3 CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs England on December 3 Get set for a thrilling clash as West Indiessquare off against Englandin the 1st ODI of the England tour of West Indies 2023 at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. This three-match ODI series is a crucial contest on West Indian soil. England holds a slender lead in recent head-to-head encounters, having won three out of the last five ODIs against West Indies. In their last clash, England secured a convincing eight-wicket victory, setting the stage for an exciting battle in Antigua. West Indies enters this series following a recent ODI series against India, where they suffered a 2-1 defeat. In their last match against India, West Indies faced a substantial 200-run loss. India posted a challenging total of 351 runs for the loss of five wickets in their 50 overs. West Indies faltered, being bowled out for 151 runs in 35 overs. Gudakesh Motie's 39 runs and a wicket, along with Alick Athanaze's 32 runs, were the highlights for the West Indies, while Romaria Shepherd's two crucial wickets were a silver lining in a tough outing. England comes into this fixture fresh off an unsuccessful ODI World Cup campaign. But they emerged victorious against Pakistan. In their last match, England dominated with the bat, setting a formidable total of 337 runs for the loss of nine wickets in their allotted 50 overs. Pakistan struggled in response, managing only 244 runs in 43 overs. Ben Stokes' dynamic 84 runs, Joe Root's steady 60, and David Willey's impactful three-wicket haul were instrumental in England's commanding victory. Best economical pick–Gus Atkinson's debut call-up to England's World Cup squad stemmed from stellar County Championship and The Hundred performances. The rapid Surrey bowler hit 95 mph in The Hundred, notably unsettling Jos Buttler in a fiery encounter. Despite limited appearances—14 first-class matches, 2 List A games, and 41 T20s—Atkinson's prowess poses a threat to West Indies' batters. Come Sunday, he stands as the potential leading wicket-taker, capable of causing consistent trouble. Top captains & vice captains– Jos Buttler's World Cup stint as skipper faltered, the burden of captaincy seemingly impacting his performance. Across nine matches, Buttler managed a mere 138 runs at an underwhelming average of 15.33. Expectations are higher for the captain in the upcoming three-game ODI series. Buttler's form holds immense sway, capable of either propelling England towards victory or leading them into another disappointing defeat. A formidable all-rounder, Roston Chase's 687 runs and 27 wickets in ODIs not only underline his consistency but also highlight his immense value in both departments. His ability to stabilize the innings and contribute crucial breakthroughs makes him a linchpin for the team. Smart pick –A true all-rounder, Tom Curran's 418 runs and 30 wickets in ODIs illustrate his ability to contribute effectively with both bat and ball. His knack for delivering in pressure situations makes him a vital asset. Cautious Pick – Brydon Carse’s bowling performance has been unimpressive in the last few matches, so he can be avoided in your fantasy team. My XI – Jos Buttler (Captain), Roston Chase (Vice-Captain), Gus Atkinson, Tom Curran, Harry Brook, Shimron Hetmyer, Brandon King, Alzari Joseph, Shai Hope, Liam Livingstone, Ben Duckett
Critical Updates
  • Tabraiz Shamsi

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : A world-class leg-spinner, Tabraiz Shamsi, stands out as a genuine wicket-taker. His variations and control in the middle overs make him a vital component of South Africa's bowling arsenal, capable of spinning a web around opposition batters.

  • Matthew Breetzke
    Playing XI : Definitely
    Analysis : Matthew Breetzke's inclusion fortifies the opening slot and offers an additional middle-order shift option, bringing stability and wicketkeeping skills to the squad. The right-handed batter had a forgettable outing in the only match he has played for South Africa and he would like to compensate it with a solid start in the series.