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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Ireland vs Afghanistan on August 20, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Ireland vs Afghanistan on August 20 Afghanistan will kick-start their tour of Ireland with a three-match T20 international series. Both teams have played 10 T20I matches against each other in the past with seven of those being won by the Afghans. Afghanistan will go into this match as the more confident side due to their impressive show in this format. The Afghans have won 12 of their last 15 matches. While In their most recent T20I series, Afghanistan routed Bangladesh 3-0. On the flip side, Irish men have been in a poor run of form in the game's shortest format, winning just three of their last thirteen matches. They are currently lying at the bottom of T20I rankings at the 17th spot behind Hong Kong and Oman. While they also don't have a good record to show at this venue; losing all three T20I's here and will begin the series as clear underdogs. In their previous assignment, Ireland were thrashed 0-2 against India. Best economical pick – Ireland Pace bowler Peter Chase was impressive against India with five wickets in two matches and him together with Boyd Rankin will be the hosts' best bets for picking up the early breakthroughs. Top captains & vice captains – Mohammad Shahzad has established himself as one of the finest stroke-players of the limited overs format in modern cricket. Mohammad Shahzad is the leading run-getter for Afghanistan in T20Is with 1906 runs which includes a century and 12 fifties. Kevin O'Brien has scored the most runs for Ireland at this ground in this format and he is the danger man in the middle order. The all-rounder who is Ireland's highest wicket-taker in the T20I format with 58 wickets will also be a big threat with the ball. Smart pick – Rashid Khan is perhaps the best cricketing talent of his age. He made his international debut at the age of just 17 and has amazed the cricketing fraternity since then. Afghanistan's continuous upward swing in recent years has much to do with his personal success. Not to forget, he is the fastest to take 100 wickets in One-day Internationals. In the shortest form of the game, he becomes even more dangerous as is obvious from his IPL stats. In the last T20I series against Bangladesh, he single-handedly won matches for his team. He was awarded the 'Player of the series' then. Cautious Pick – Andy Balbirnie was a total failure in the last series against India. He batted at the crucial No 3 position for Ireland in those 2 games. However, he scored at a slow rate and failed to make an impact. He scored just 20 runs in 2 matches. My XI – Mohammad Shahzad (Captain), Kevin O'Brien (Vice-Captain), Rashid Khan, Peter Chase, Mujeeb Zadran, Najibullah Zadran, William Porterfield, Shafiqullah, Mohammad Nabi, Samiullah Shenwari, Gary Wilson
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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs India on August 18, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs India on August 18 England has been overly domineering in this series thus far and looks good to steal the show by the end of the series. However, the Indian team is expected to give a good fight in the remainder of the series. After the Lord's debacle, the Indian team management will need to introspect and rectify the mistakes that they made in the second Test. On the other hand, England looks good to go with a strong and confident team up their sleeve. Thus, it will turn out to be a crucial match for both, India and England, as the former would be fighting hard to save the series while the latter will be contemplating a yet another home series win against India. Best economical pick – Chris Woakes, the Man of the Match in the previous Test against India, made his comeback to the Test cricket with an all-round performance in the second Test. His knock of 137* in the first innings of the second Test proved to be vital for England. Besides his handy knock, Woakes also shone in the bowling department with four wickets in the match. Top captains & vice captains – The Indian Captain Virat Kohli has been the best batsman of the side in the series so far and the only one to cross 200 runs. However, he, too, would be disappointed with his performance in the 2nd Test, scoring just 40 runs. He will look to get back to his ominous best and get a couple of big knocks under his belt in the third Test and lead his side to victory. James Anderson bundled out India for just 107 runs with a spell of 5 wickets for just 20 runs in the first innings of Lord's Test. In the second innings as well, Anderson was right on the money. He removed both the openers and then came back to polish off the tail. His match figures of 9/43 did justice to the hard work he put in the game. Smart pick – Jonny Bairstow has been doing all good for the Englishmen at the No.6 spot in the longest format of the game. Without any doubt, Bairstow has been the best in the business for past few years. Having scored this many runs for England, Jonny boasts to be the key player for the Englishmen in the lower middle-order.Bairstow had a decent outing in the first Test as well as in the second Test. Cautious Pick – Dinesh Karthik was drafted in the Indian Test squad after the Nidahas Trophy heroics and a decent IPL season for KKR. But with scores of 0, 20, 1 and 0, he has not justified his selection one bit and his wicket keeping skills also seem to be below par. India would certainly be tempted to remove him from the playing eleven and give an opportunity to Rishabh Pant. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), James Anderson (Vice-Captain), Chris Woakes, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ollie Pope, Stuart Broad, Ishant Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Lokesh Rahul, Sam Curran
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  • Dinesh Karthik

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : Dinesh Karthik was drafted in the Indian Test squad after the Nidahas Trophy heroics and a decent IPL season for KKR. But with scores of 0, 20, 1 and 0, he has not justified his selection one bit and his wicket keeping skills also seem to be below par. The fact that he has not played Test cricket for India for a long period of time doesn't help his cause either. India would certainly be tempted to remove him from the playing eleven and give an opportunity to Rishabh Pant.

  • Shikhar Dhawan
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    Analysis : Shikhar Dhawan got off to a decent start in the first Test he played, however, he was dismissed in disappointing fashion in both innings. With Vijay out of form, we could surely expect to see him back at the top. He will continue to play his natural game and look to attack the bowlers from the beginning.
  • Cheteshwar Pujara
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    Analysis : India dropped their first choice number three batsman in Cheteshwar Pujara for the more flamboyant KL Rahul for the first test. The move backfired spectacularly with both Dhawan and Rahul failing with the bat and the former spilling catches at crucial stages of the match. Pujara who is known for playing the waiting game early into his innings and capitalising later on in the day will come into reckoning if the Kohli decides to drop either Dhawan or Rahul for more stability.
  • Chris Woakes

    Playing XI - May be

    Analysis - England will be missing their premier all-rounder, Ben Stokes, in the Lord's Test. England has drafted Chris Woakes in the squad for the second Test. Chris Woakes can turn out be a resolute batsman at number 8, which just about sets him in the list of all-rounders.

  • Sam Curran
    Playing XI : Definitely
     
    Analysis : Sam Curran, the Man of the Match in the previous Test against India, arrived at the international stage with an all-round performance in the first Test. His knock of 63 in the second innings of the first Test proved to be crucial for England. Besides his handy knock in both the innings, Curran also shone in the bowling department with 4-for in the first innings.