17Aug2018
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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14Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 14,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 14 After a dominating performance in the Test series, Sri Lanka couldn’t replicate their form in the five-match ODI series against South Africa. Albeit they won the last two matches, they eventually lost the series 2-3. Angelo Mathews and Co would now love to win the one-off T20I and end their campaign on a high. In the meantime, the visitors won’t have Faf du Plessis as their captain and JP Duminy will have the responsibility. The team lost their erstwhile T20I series against India earlier this year, however, will start the encounter the favourites for the reason that they are ranked sixth compared to Lanka’s ninth. After defeats in the last two One Dayers, South Africa will want to bow out on a positive note. Best economical pick – Akila Dananjaya finished as the leading wicket-taker in the ODIs with 14 wickets in five matches. The off-spinner played a key role to demolish the South African batting line-up with his six-wicket haul in the last game. He can pose a threat to the visitors in this match. Top captains & vice captains – It is indeed very good to see the talented all-rounder JP Duminy find good match-winning form in the ODIs against Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka haven’t been able to get the measure of JP Duminy as yet in the ODI series. They need to find ways of keeping him quiet in the one-off T20I in order to stand a good chance of winning the game. Having scored 1822 runs in 76 T20Is at an average of 37.96 at a strike rate of 124.79, there is proven match-winning talent in this fine all-rounder. Angelo Mathews will be the key for Sri Lanka. Mathews has scored the most runs for the side in the 20-overs format and the skipper also topped the runs charts in the ODI series and is coming off an unbeaten 97 in the fifth ODI. Smart pick – This year Thisara Perera seems to be a new man. In seven T20 internationals this year, he has struck at 179 with the bat, with an average of 45.20, and though he hasn't quite turned it around with the ball in T20s, he has generally been good in ODIs. Cautious Pick – This Sri Lankan tour has been a disaster tour for Aiden Markram so far. He failed to play spin in the test series and then in the ODI series he scored only 23 runs in three matches. It is highly unlikable that he will get a place in the playing XI for this game, so don’t pick him in your Fantasy team for this match. My XI – JP Duminy (Captain) Angelo Mathews (Vice-Captain), Thisara Perera, Akila Dananjaya, Quinton de Kock, Dhananjaya de Silva, Reeza Hendricks, Kusal Mendis, Kasun Rajitha, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada
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10Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 12,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 12 Sri Lanka will play for pride once again when they take on South Africa in the fifth ODI at Colombo on Sunday. Sri Lanka pulled things back in the fourth ODI as they won the match by 3 runs. A 3-2 loss is always better than a 4-1 loss. And Sri Lanka would go all guns blazing to do so. South Africa would come hard at Sri Lanka after suffering a narrow loss in the fourth ODI. Sri Lanka showed they would not go down fighting and put up a brave show in the fourth ODI. They eked out a win by 3 runs in the fourth ODI and would look to finish off the ODI series on a high with another win in the fifth ODI. The win in fourth ODI would have given a new lifeline to Sri Lanka who would go all out to bag another match to make it 3-2 series loss. South Africa, however, would like to end it as 4-1 win. Best economical pick – All-rounder Dasun Shanaka was the star of the show for Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI with a rapid half-century with the bat along with the vital wicket of Reeza Hendricks with the ball. He is available at a salary of just 8.5, so you can buy a big fish with cheap rate. Top captains & vice captains – The cheeky South African middle order batsman JP Duminy is without a doubt a hero for his side in this series so far. He is the highest run getter for South Africa in this series so far with 215 runs in just four matches with an astonishing average of 71.67. If he maintains his form of play then it will be very difficult for Sri Lanka to win the last match of this 5 match ODI Series. The 29-year-old Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera will be key to Sri Lanka's performance in the final ODI. He has been performing well with both bat and ball in this ODI series. Perera scored a half century and picked up two crucial wickets at the end of innings in last match. Thisara Perera bowled a terrific penultimate over which fetched only eight runs along with a wicket. He will look to continue his good form in the final ODI too. Smart pick – In the fourth ODI Sri Lanka were helped by a collective batting display led by Kusal Perera (to score their first 300 in this series) who went on a boundary-hitting spree, first bringing up his 2000 ODI runs before scoring a fifty off just 28 balls. Cautious Pick – It there was something bothering the home side most was their top order. In the first 3 ODIs they had opening partnerships of 2, 13 and 20. Upul Tharanga’s form was a worry as he is their best batsmen and failed totally in this series so far. My XI – JP Duminy (Captain) Thisara Perera (Vice-Captain), Kusal Perera, Dasun Shanaka, Hashim Amla, Reeza Hendricks, Suranga Lakmal, Lungi Ngidi, Akila Dananjaya, Quinton de Kock, Dhananjaya de Silva
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08Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs India on August 9,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs India on August 9 Team India missed the opportunity of the taking an early lead in the Test series as they went down by 31 runs in the opening Test against the hosts despite their skipper Virat Kohli’s heroics. The visitors will be keen to level the series at Lord’s as England will be playing without their premier all-rounder Ben Stokes. The Indian batting needs to step up for that to happen as no player except Kohli looked comfortable enough to survive for longer enough in the Birmingham Test. India batsmen need to produce a better show in the second Test to give a tough fight to England. Joe Root and his men would start confident thanks to their win in first Test. However, Lord’s has been a good hunting ground for India. They won a Test here in 2014 under MS Dhoni’s captaincy. We expect Kohli and Co. to give a good performance in the second Test. Best economical pick – 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. Top captains & vice captains – Is there any question to be asked about the Indian skippers form? After a horrendous 2014 England tour in which he scored just 134 runs in the 10 innings that he batted in, Virat Kohli scored 200 runs on a surface where all other Indian batsmen were struggling in. He is now to the number one Test batsman in addition to his number 1 ranking in ODIs. England’s Test captain Joe Root will don the number 3 spot in the second Test against India. Off late, Root has been in top-notch form and is expected to be an imposing threat to India's hopes at Lord's for the second Test. Thus, no questions asked, Root will England's key player in the second Test if England want to be 2-0 up in the series. Smart pick – Ravichandran Ashwin picked up some important wickets in the first Test match at Edgbaston. He has taken 4 and 3 wickets in the first and second innings respectively. Ashwin dismissed Alastair Cook in both the innings to create a platform for the other bowlers. The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli may expect the same performance from him to destroy the England batting line-up. Cautious Pick – Ajinkya Rahane, has been in poor form. He has been one of the most consistent players, especially in the overseas conditions. However, he managed to score just 17 runs in the first game that affected India much heavily. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain), R Ashwin, Sam Curran, Keaton Jennings, Ishant Sharma, Chris Woakes, Jonny Bairstow, Ollie Pope, Lokesh Rahul, Jos Buttler
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07Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 8 South Africa cantered to a 78-run win in the third one-day international to clinch the ODI series. Their bowlers clearly exposed the chinks in Asian Islanders batting department. Now Du Plessis' men have chance to add another series sweep to their name if they beat hosts in remaining two fixtures. For now, both these sides once again clash in the fourth ODI at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium on Wednesday, August 8. Proteas have now beaten Sri Lanka in each of their past eleven head-to-head ODI encounters. Africa's last defeat against the South Asian Nation came on July 9, 2014, at Pallekele Stadium by 87 runs. Since then, they have been absolutely clinical against the Islan and have not even once allowed their opponents to dictate terms in any of the matches. Best economical pick – South African bowlers have utilized the conditions far better than the Sri Lankan bowlers. Their main bowler Lungi Ngidi has taken the most wickets in the series - eight in three matches - and he was the pick of the lot last time with figures of 4-57. Top captains & vice captains – The South African batting line-up has fired each time. JP Duminy is topping the runs charts with two fifties in three fixtures which includes a 70-ball 92 in the last game and one can expect another quality knock from him. With du Plessis out of the equation, the additional responsibility with the bat falls on the shoulders of the experienced opening pair of Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla. De Kock, in particular, will be important because of courtesy his impressive form of late. Smart pick – The 29-year-old Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera will be key to Sri Lanka's performance. After indifferent efforts in the first two games, Thisra Perera found his edge in the last ODI, returning a four-wicket haul. If he can play the role of a pinch-hitter and pose a similar threat with the ball, the hosts will have a substantial chance of dismantling South Africa in Kandy. Cautious Pick – Sri Lankan Opening batsman Upul Tharanga has been a fulcrum of the Lankan batting lineup for over a decade now, having also played with the likes of Sanath Jayasuriya, the former Lankan batsman. With an experience of 226 ODIs, the 33-year-old veteran has failed totally in this ODI series so far now. He has scored just 38 runs in the 3 matches of this series till now. Tharanga might lost his place from playing XI for the fourth ODI. My XI – JP Duminy (Captain) Quinton de Kock (Vice-Captain), Lungi Ngidi, Niroshan Dickwella, Thisara Perera, Hashim Amla, Reeza Hendricks, David Miller, Akila Dananjaya, Kagiso Rabada, Dhananjaya de Silva
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04Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 5 After losing the Test series against Sri Lanka, South Africa came back strongly to win 2 ODIs on the trot. They are now one win away from winning the series. Both the games were pretty much easy for the visitors. Now, as we are moving towards the 3rd ODI, which is set be played at Pallekele, the Africans would be looking to finish the series on Sunday itself. Africans have created a sensational record against the Lankans as they have won all their last 10 battles when it comes to ODIs against the Asian giant. There is no doubt that they can stretch this feat to 11 in the 3rd ODI. South Africans are having an edge over the hosts in the 3rd One Day International keeping in mind their great form in the previous two matches and the past records. Best economical pick – Akila Dananjaya has been the star performer for Sri Lanka with the ball. The off spinner has taken three wickets each in the two matches and he is likely to cause problems for South Africa once again. Top captains & vice captains – Quinton de Kock struggled visibly in the Tests, but has been a different beast in the ODIs. He has scored 47 and 87 in his two outings so far, and has been involved in a combined eight dismissals across two matches. If South Africa are to clinch the series on Sunday, de Kock will surely play a part. The Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews was one of just two batsmen who impressed in the second innings. He scored a 111-ball 79*, and Dickwella spoke of his calming influence on his own batting. Mathews has to spread that calm throughout the team – Sri Lanka need it desperately. Smart pick – South African Fast Bowler Kagiso Rabada has taken five wickets in the two matches including a four-fer in the first match. He's ranked ninth in the world. He's regarded as one of the best in any format. Rabada had been South Africa's most penetrative bowler in the Test series. And he has been the best fast bowler by far in the ODI series too. Cautious Pick – David Miller has been out of form these days. His journey from one of the most destructive batsman in the world to one of the most under performer these days is known to everyone. South Africans would be hoping for his great run in the upcoming matches to be played. My XI – Quinton de Kock (Captain) Angelo Mathews (Vice-Captain), Kagiso Rabada, Akila Dananjaya, Kusal Mendis, Aiden Markram, Lungi Ngidi, Jean-Paul Duminy, Niroshan Dickwella, Wiaan Mulder, Tabraiz Shamsi
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03Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs Bangladesh on August 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs Bangladesh on August 5 West Indies will look to seal a series win against Bangladesh when they take on The Tigers in the second T20I at Lauderhill. West Indies won the first T20I by 7 wickets via Duckworth Lewis method to take 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series. West Indies would be eyeing revenge of the ODI series loss against Bangladesh. The Tigers would look to finish off the tour in a flourish and bag the T20I series as well. West Indies’ limited-overs team are extremely unpredictable. They can be ruthless and dangerous on their day and mediocre on their off-days. They will either blast the bowling on their day or succumb to record low totals on their off-days. West Indies and Bangladesh have now played six T20 internationals against each other. While the former have won four of those, the latter have won two. The Windies have now won the last three completed matches they have played against Bangladesh in this format. Hence, it is difficult to say which West Indies line-up will turn up in the second T20I against Bangladesh. West Indies are playing at home and know the conditions extremely well. But Bangladesh will come hard at Windies with the series on line. Best economical pick – Kesrick Williams will pose the main threat for the Bangladeshi batsmen. The fast bowler claimed a four-wicket haul at Basseterre and has been performing well of late. Top captains & vice captains – Andre Russell whose blazing 21-ball 35 took the game away from Bangladesh last time, is expected to replicate his performance in Florida. Evin Lewis, on the other hand, has played two T20Is at this ground and has a century in one of those. The opening batsman is having a strike-rate of around 195 here. So, he might be the go-to man for the hosts. Smart pick – Tamim Iqbal is Bangladesh's leading run-getter in the 20-overs format and has one hundred and five fifties to his name. The opening batsman was dismissed for a duck in the last game and he will be looking to make amends this time. Cautious Pick – Bangladeshi opener Soumya Sarkar has been a big failure in this format for the tigers. Both Bangladeshi openers Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar failed in the opening fixture. As they were dismissed for a golden duck. Soumya Sarkar has now 5 ducks in T20 Internationals. My XI – Andre Russell (Captain) Evin Lewis (Vice-Captain), Tamim Iqbal, Kesrick Williams, Liton Das, Ashley Nurse, Mustafizur Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Keemo Paul, Nazmul Islam
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01Aug2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Sri Lanka vs South Africa on August 1 After facing a lot of criticisms and questions on their ability to produce a decent enough performance in the subcontinent South Africa finally opened their account. The victory in the first ODI to a great extent has set the tone for the series. The Proteas have a potent bowling line-up and Sri Lankan batsmen struggle against quality pace as well as spin. It will thus become an interesting battle and determine the flow of this five-match ODI series. Though there was not a lot the pitch did in the 1st ODI but the Sri Lankan batsmen were flummoxed by a charged up Kagiso Rabada who ran through the top order and pushed them on the back foot early on. Sri Lanka will have to show a lot more maturity along with better commitment and application in this game for the outcome to be different. Best economical pick – Tabraiz Shamsi picked up four wickets to set up South Africa's five-wicket victory against Sri Lanka in the first ODI. Rabada, who took 4-41, inflicted the early damage while left-arm spinner Shamsi provided the late breakthroughs with his 4-33 as South Africa bundled out Sri Lanka for 193 under 35 overs Top captains & vice captains – Kusal Perera was the star of the Sri Lankan innings in the first ODI, hitting 81 with 11 fours and a six and took a special liking for the spinners as he swept and reverse-swept them with confidence. He will be the key man for Sri Lanka. A limited-overs specialist, JP Dumniy made his presence felt in his first game of the tour by hitting a rapid half-century after coming in to bat with South Africa needing 77 runs. He provided the knockout punch with six fours and two sixes, and will be an integral part of the South African middle order. Smart pick – Upul Tharanga has been a fulcrum of the Lankan batting lineup for over a decade now, having also played with the likes of Sanath Jayasuriya, the former Lankan batsman. With an experience of 224 ODIs, the 33-year-old veteran now will be required to step up for his side. The visitors have a formidable bowling lineup and the team would be hoping for the experienced player to score the runs and guide his team. Cautious Pick – South Africa won the first ODI quite comfortably and most things fell in place but they have a major concern. It is the form of Hashim Amla, once the most consistent batsman in this line-up Amla is now struggling to get runs in his favourite country. He was dismissed by Akila Dhananjaya in the previous encounter failing to read a googly and his stumps were off the ground. My XI – Kusal Perera (Captain) JP Duminy (Vice-Captain), Upul Tharanga, Niroshan Dickwella, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada, Akila Dananjaya, Tabraiz Shamsi, Thisara Perera, Quinton de Kock
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31Jul2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs India on August 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs India on August 1 England avenged their 2-1 T20I series defeat with a 2-1 ODI series victory against India. With the limited-overs fixtures done and dusted, the two teams are now set to face each other in the longest format of the game in the first test at Edgbaston. This test will also make England the first team in cricket history to have played 1000 test matches. India don't have too many happy memories in England when it comes to test cricket. They lost their previous Test series in England by 3-1 in July 2014. They have never been able to beat the English side in a test at this ground and they have lost five out of the six tests here. England have not been doing too well in red-ball cricket of late, and they won just one of their past nine test matches. But the fact that they haven't lost any home series in this format since July 2014 can't be denied. Best economical pick – KL Rahul arrived on English shores on the back of an astounding IPL, where he scored tons of runs. He started the tour brilliantly, scoring a match winning hundred in the first T20. In Tests, Rahul has not yet come up with the performances his talent warrants. However, over the past year, Rahul has matured as a batsman and now seems destined to make his mark on the Test circuit. Top captains & vice captains – Last time when India toured England, Virat Kohli was in top form and was expected to set the stage on fire. But unfortunately, Virat failed terribly as he struggled against the moving ball outside off-stump. Kohli will want to set the record straight this time around as he looks more accomplished as a batsman now and will be a big threat for England. England’s Test captain Joe Root is back in the runs, coming in at No. 3 against India in the last two ODIs and batting through the innings to make an unbeaten and match-winning century. For the past 3 years Root has been England's central figure in the Test format. Of late, the Test captain has been in some serious form with the bat. Smart pick – With a scintillating century against Afghanistan and a rock solid fifty against Essex team. Murali Vijay looks to be the fair choice as an opening batsman at Edgbaston on Wednesday. There is not much hype about him but England will definitely be wary of the fact that he is in a good form. Cautious Pick – Having bagged a pair in the practice match against Essex, Shikhar Dhawan will be competing with KL Rahul for the opening position. The left-handed opening batsman from Delhi has a dismal record away from home. Dhawan has never looked to be comfortable in bowler-friendly conditions in Tests. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Joe Root (Vice-Captain), Murali Vijay, KL Rahul, Stuart Broad, Umesh Yadav, Kuldeep Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Dinesh Karthik
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31Jul2018
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs Bangladesh on August 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips West Indies vs Bangladesh on August 1 After a splendid ODI series which Bangladesh won 2-1, Windies are now set to hosts 3-match T20I series against them. Windies are known as one of the best T20 sides of the world. They have won 2 T20 World Cup titles so far. The hosts, after their defeat in the ODI series, would like to comeback in style with a victory over Bangladesh this time. Windies lost couple of games in the ODI series which they could have easily won. This pressure might be seen in the T20 series as well. If bat first, the hosts have to score a mammoth total to erase any kind of doubts over the opposition’s success. With Chris Gayle rested, Andre Fletcher and Evin Lewis are expected to open. Bangladesh have included 4 new players in their side. The new comers would be desperate to perform against a quality T20 side. The sluggish wicket at Warner Park will offer Bangladesh a chance in the opening game that they may not be afforded when the series moves to Lauderhill in Florida for the final two matches. Best economical pick – Rovman Powell's unbeaten 41-ball 74 in the third ODI came after a contrasting but decisive 44 in the previous game. In the T20Is, however, it will be his big-hitting ability, which will be required in the slog overs. The Windies have shown great faith in the potential of Rovman Powell. Top captains & vice captains – Tamim Iqbal is playing like a champion these days and his brilliant form would be a great sign for Bangladesh in the upcoming T20I series. Tamim Iqbal was the Player of the Series in the ODIs, notching scores of 130*, 54 and 103 to steer Bangladesh towards a series victory. If the southpaw can strike couple of good scores in the shortest format of the game, Bangladesh can recreate the magic of ODI series here as well. Mahmudullah will be Bangladesh's go-to batsman when it comes to slogging in the death overs. He possesses the unique ability of being able to hit cleanly from the outset in pressure situations. Smart pick – Andre Russell missed the last ODI against Bangladesh because of an injury, but is back, and in his favorite format. Russell ticks many boxes for the Windies with his batting, bowling and fielding, but it's with the bat that he is the game-swinger. Carlos Brathwaite will hope he comes well, and if he does, Bangladesh better beware. Cautious Pick – Sabbir Rahman the Bangladeshi middle order batsman has totally failed in this tour so far. In the 3 ODIs Sabbir Rahman got chance to bat in all matches and managed to score only 27 runs in 3 innings. My XI – Tamim Iqbal (Captain) Mahmudullah (Vice-Captain), Rovman Powell, Andre Russell, Ashley Nurse, Mustafizur Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim, Andre Fletcher, Marlon Samuels, Mehidy Hasan, Carlos Brathwaite
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