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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 12, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Zimbabwe on October 12 After hammering Zimbabwe in the ODI series. The Proteas carried their momentum into the T20's and now aim to seal T20I series, when they welcome the tourists to Senwes Park for the second T20I of the three-match series. South Africa have won all four T20 games they have played against the neighbors and are like to continue their winning streak. The hosts went into this series on the back of a 1-2 drubbing against India followed by a defeat in only T20I against Sri Lanka. But are now got themselves back on the winning track with a comfortable win in the first game at Buffalo Park. After winning the first T20 without even breaking a sweat, they would be tempted to stick with the same winning combination. Zimbabwe defeat at Buffalo Park extended their losing streak in T20I's and they have now lost all seven matches they have played in the shortest format of the game this year. They started the year with two back-to-back defeats against Afghanistan in Sharjah, before losing all four games they played against Pakistan and Australia in the T20 Tri-Nation Series in Harare. Best economical pick – Rassie van der Dussen, having impressed in franchise cricket, took his opportunity on his T20 international debut as he hit a half-century against Zimbabwe, scoring 56 from 44 balls and sharing important rebuilding partnerships with Faf du Plessis and David Miller. Top captains & vice captains – David Miller will be danger man with the bat, having hit an impressive 39 in the previous game. Miller hit an unbeaten century from just 36 balls when South Africa last played at Senwes Park, meanwhile – hitting seven fours and nine sixes in his innings. Peter Moor gave visitors something to be cheerful about in the defeat at Buffalo Park, however, a late 44 from 21 balls, including five sixes, to add some respect to the score line. He will be eager to replicate his show in the second T20I. Smart pick – For a really long time, Tabraiz Shamsi has been coming in and going out of contention, but no one can disregard the special talent he’s blessed with. The chinaman bowler will have a bigger role to play given Tahir gets rested and it will be a stern test of his ability against a highly-spirited batting line-up. Cautious Pick – Brendan Taylor is certainly Zimbabwe’s best batsman, and was in scintillating form earlier in the year in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 at home. But, against South Africa, he has been below his best. My XI – David Miller (Captain), Peter Moor (Vice-Captain), Tabraiz Shamsi, Rassie van der Dussen, Quinton de Kock, Lungi Ngidi, Kyle Jarvis, Sean Williams, Faf du Plessis, Jean-Paul Duminy, Solomon Mire
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 12, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips India vs West Indies on October 12 The first Test between India and Windies was a one-sided affair which Indian won comfortably by an innings and 272 runs that also happened to be India’s biggest Test victory till date. Now, the next Test is set to be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. Even in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the present pacers are giving their best no matter what the situation is. Even after Windies’ shocking loss, players like Roston Chase and Kieran Powell showed promise with the bat in the first Test. Chase was effective in the 1st innings while Powell played well in the 2nd innings for their side. As the pitch in Hyderabad expected to be similar to the one created in Rajkot, both these players can play more sensibly this time to score big. Best economical pick – Prithvi Shaw became an overnight sensation as he bamboozled the Caribbean bowling attack to become the youngest Indian to score a Test hundred on debut. The U19 skipper showed no sign of nerves and got off to his natural attacking game from the first ball, with none of the ball touching his pads. He bagged the Man of the Match honours for his splendid performance in the first test. Top captains & vice captains – Captain Virat Kohli continued his dream run as he crossed his 24th Test ton, becoming the second fastest after Sir Don Bradman to reach the mark. He top scored for India with a calculative knock of 139. Virat enjoys playing against Windies as he scored his first double ton against them, and never looked back since then. Ravindra Jadeja continued his rich vein of form across formats as he breached the three-figure barrier to notch his maiden international ton in front of his home crowd. He also claimed 4 wickets and was involved in a comical run out whereby he sent back Hetmyer. Smart pick – Rishabh Pant unleashed himself on a below average bowling attack. Nevertheless, it demonstrates his attacking mindset, something which he will be aiming to carry forward in the second Test. Pant, who missed his century by 8 runs in the first match, would be looking to make amends this time round. Cautious Pick – Ajinkya Rahane had a mediocre tour of England where he scored 257 runs in 10 innings. Being the vice-captain of the team, Rahane was able to hold on to his place in spite of the repeated failures. In the first Test, Rahane scored an unconvincing 41 off 92 balls. He was not at all fluent in his innings though the team was in a commanding position to press the accelerator. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Ravindra Jadeja (Vice-Captain), Prithvi Shaw, D Bishoo, Shai Hope, R Ashwin, Rishabh Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara, Kuldeep Yadav, Jason Holder, Kieran Powell
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  • Dasun Shanaka
    Playing XI : May be
     
    Analysis : Niroshan Dickwella is expected to come into the side in place of Dasun Shanaka. For all the talent and the skill that he possesses, Shanaka hasn’t been able to deliver either with the bat or the ball. He just bowled three overs and was run out after an extended struggle with the willow against Bangladesh.
  • Akila Dananjaya
    Playing XI : May be
     
    Analysis : The Sri Lankan mystery off-spinner Akila Dananjaya bagged 14 wickets in the recently concluded five-match series against South Africa, claiming six wickets in the final ODI and bamboozling the South African batsmen for a paltry total of 121. Possessing a classic leg-spinner, a carrom ball, and a splendid googly up his sleeve, Akila Dhananjaya is definitely a key player in this Sri Lankan squad for this tournament.
     
    Akila Dananjaya will not be available for the matches between 15th and 17th as his wife is expected to give birth to their first child.
  • Prithvi Shaw
    Playing XI : May be
     
    Analysis : The Indian batting prodigy from Mumbai, Prithvi Shaw, is expected to get his first international game in the fifth Test against England after a dismal show by KL Rahul in the fourth Test. Shaw has been exceptional in the recent scheme of things. Hence, in Shaw, India might look to end their opening woes in the fifth Test.
  • Alastair Cook

    Playing XI - Definitely

    Analysis : Alastair Cook has not been in good form for England for almost a year now. In the three Test matches against India, he has scored just 80 runs in five innings at an average of 16. He hasn't used his feet at all to the Indian pacers and hence has nicked the ball a couple of times. Being a good player of spin bowling, he has surprisingly got out to Ashwin twice in the three Test matches so far. Hence, England should consider the option of dropping Alastair Cook in the remaining two matches.

  • Adil Rashid

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : England's front-line spinner Adil Rashid has been rarely given the ball in this Test series so far. Despite playing all the three matches, he didn't ball at all in the Lord's Test due to the overhead conditions and bowled just 48 overs in the other two Test matches. Hence, he has just picked up 7 wickets at an average of 26.71. Hence, England should look at picking up a spin all-rounder like Moeen Ali who has troubled the Indian batsmen in the past.