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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs South Africa on September 15, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs South Africa on September 15 Team India will embark on its home season on Sunday with the commencement of the T20I series against South Africa. The visitors are playing their first series after the World Cup and the players have enjoyed a decent amount of rest. They are without their regular skipper Faf du Plessis for this series and Quinton de Kock will lead South Africa. This is also a chance for the Proteas to build towards the T20 World Cup next year. India, on the other hand, are coming off an impressive West Indies tour where they didn’t lose a game across the formats. Moreover, the selectors have gone with an almost the same squad thereby extending the rest for the likes of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal from the format. While the batting line-up is filled with the superstars, the bowlers are too inexperienced in the absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah. Best economical pick– Navdeep Saini’s performance on the Caribbean tour was very promising. The 26-year-old picked up 5 wickets in 3 T20I matches, and got the Player of the Match award for taking a hat-trick in the first T20I.Investing in Saini seems sensible ahead of the T20I World Cup, as he can bowl consistently in the 140 kph region. Top captains & vice captains –Virat Kohli was the team's best batsman in the West Indies series and will look to carry on the same form in this series. With 106 runs in 3 matches, Virat Kohli had led his team from the front in the T20I series against West Indies. The right-handed batsman will once again look to dominate proceedings when he locks horns with Kagiso Rabada and co. The skipper, Quinton de Kock will have to lead his young unit from the front as he has a good record against India and he also has done well in the Indian Premier League.. The newly appointed captain would have a lot of expectations on his shoulders; he would be carrying a very heavy load for the Proteas in the aftermath of a disastrous World Cup. Smart pick –Kagiso Rabada was expected to deliver in the World Cup, however, he couldn’t live up to the expectations. The speedster started well against India and then his performances went down. He wasn’t running in and was far from his best. He was also accused of playing in the previous IPL. Nevertheless, bearing in mind the damage he can do, it’ll be foolish to write the pacer off. Cautions Pick –Hardik Pandya hasn’t played any cricket after the World Cup and it would understandable if the swashbuckler turns out to be a tad rusty. The Baroda all-rounder has grown into a powerful hitter and can ruffle a few feathers with the ball in hand as well. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Quinton de Kock (Vice-Captain), Kagiso Rabada, Navdeep Saini, Junior Dala, Krunal Pandya, Rassie van der Dussen, Reeza Hendricks, Rohit Sharma, George Linde, David Miller
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Australia on September 12, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Australia on September 12 The final test match of Ashes 2019 is about to get underway and England has only pride to play for. England is trailing by 2-1 in the series and that means that Australia has retained the Ashes. A win here for England would help it equalize the series but not regain the Ashes. It is the first time in 18 years that Australia will return from England with the Ashes urn in their kit and the English public has not taken that kindly. Can England lift itself up under such testing mental circumstances? The selectors have decided to stick to the same squad as that for the previous test match so no new faces are likely to be seen either. Australia, on the other hand, would know that another test match victory will help it re-establish dominance over England for a long time to come. England’s test match team seems to be suffering from some deep-rooted faults that need to be addressed. The Australian team has been extremely professional in its approach to the Ashes. Having a player like Steve Smith in the side is going to be an advantage for any side but that still should not take away the brilliance of the Australian bowling attack. Best economical pick– Marnus Labuschagne has impressed everybody with his temperament. Even when he was hit with fierce bouncers on his head he carried on his batting with great composure. Marnus Labuschagne has been a find for the Australian team in this Ashes. The youngster has all the attributes to become a batting mainstay for the Kangaroos. Top captains & vice captains –To stand any chance of levelling the series, England will have to find a way to stop Steven Smith, who has scored 671 runs in just five innings. The former Australian captain, top of the international Test rankings, has carried his team's batting with three centuries and two fifties, including a double-century. Smith has made his mountain of runs despite missing three innings after he was felled by a Jofra Archer bouncer.The other key factor for Australia has been the strength of their pace attack, with Josh Hazlewood and world number one Pat Cummins catching the eye with 42 wickets between them. Smart pick –Summer of 2019 will be recalled as Ben Stokes' summer. The English all-rounder has helped England lift the World Cup and record a stunning victory in the fourth Ashes Test. Barring Stokes' the English squad has looked ordinary. England will again look towards the 28-year-old to help them save them from the embarrassment of a series loss. Cautions Pick –Jason Roy has had a particularly humiliating fall from grace in this Ashes series, beginning as an opener and then dropping down to No.4. It did not help his cause as Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, with their dexterous line and length, showed precisely why Tests are called just that. He has an average of 13.75 in the Ashes right now and may even be dropped for the final Test if Ben Stokes cannot bowl and England need a bowling allrounder to maintain team balance. My XI – Steve Smith (Captain), Pat Cummins (Vice-Captain), Ben Stokes, Josh Hazlewood, Stuart Broad, Marnus Labuschagne, Rory Burns, Joe Denly, Joe Root, Tim Paine, Travis Head
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Critical Updates
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar

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    Analysis : Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who suffered a hamstring injury against Pakistan, will be sidelined for a maximum of three games in the ongoing World Cup.

  • Jason Roy

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : Jason Roy has been a huge part of this contingent and it has been confirmed that he will miss the next few games. 

  • Mohammad Shahzad
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    Analysis : Afghanistan opener and wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad is out of the Cricket World Cup with a knee injury.
  • Lungi Ngidi
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    Analysis : Lungi Ngidi, who developed a hamstring injury in the game versus the Tigers and has been ruled out for 10 days.
  • Dale Steyn

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    Analysis : The Proteas will bring in Dale Steyn, who has recovered from a shoulder injury that he suffered during the 2019 edition of the IPL. The 35-year-old speedster will replace Lungi Ngidi, who developed a hamstring injury in the game versus the Tigers and has been ruled out for 10 days.