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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Chennai on March 27, IPL has well and truly kicked off as the weekend saw six of the eight teams playing their opening games of the season. Kolkata Knight Riders who started the season with a victory against last year’s finalists Sunrisers Hyderabad will play their second home game against Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. KKR are riding high thanks to the incredible run chase against SRH and will be heading into their second game of the season with momentum well on their side. Kings XI Punjab on the other hand played out a controversial opening game against Rajasthan Royals. Opting to bat first, Kings XI defended their total of 184 against the Royals to start the IPL 2019 on a winning note. While the pitch was a little dry, there was a cover of green which meant that the ball was travelling making it a little easier for the batsman. It is going to be a high-scoring game and KXIP will go all guns blazing in the batting department. Best economical pick – In Kings XI’s 1st game against RR, Sarfaraz Khan played a really smart knock towards the end of innings to put his team in a commanding position. His knock of 46 was just what was needed for the KXIP in the end eventually winning the game for them. He looks to be in good touch and is a player you can bank on. Top captains & vice captains – With the electric form that Chris Gayle is in, it is almost impossible for us to ignore the Universe boss. Gayle is almost 40, but he still plays with the same energy as he stands and delivers. We already saw one high-scoring game at the Eden Gardens on Sunday, imagine how happy Gayle will be seeing how the pitch has reacted. Between two evenly matched teams in KKR and SRH, Andre Russell was the differentiator as he shone with bat and ball. In the first innings, while all the bowlers struggled, Russell picked up a couple of wickets. Russell then continued the good show as he hit a blistering 18-ball 49 to take KKR through. Chasing 182 on the board, Russell came to the crease at the right moment and guided KKR to victory. Smart pick – Although Russell will deservedly get all the applause for his innings, it is also important to note the contribution Nitish Rana had on the game especially early on in the KKR run chase. With wickets falling frequently, it was anybody’s game to deliver on the big stage and Rana did exactly that as he stitched a good partnership with Robin Uthappa. Rana was responsible for creating a good foundation for KKR to chase down the target and is a smart pick for your Fantasy team. Cautious Pick – Lockie Ferguson disappointed against SRH as he didn’t pick any wickets and went for a plenty of runs. Might not get a pace in Playing XI in this game. My XI – Chris Gayle (Captain), Andre Russell (Vice-Captain), Nitish Rana, Sarfaraz Khan, Sunil Narine, Mujeeb Zadran, Ankit Rajpoot, Lokesh Rahul, Chris Lynn, Shubman Gill, Dinesh Karthik
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Chennai on March 26, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Chennai on March 26 After an emphatic win against Royal Challengers Bangalore on the opening day of Indian Premier League 2019, defending champions Chennai Super Kings travel north to face Delhi Capitals at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in New Delhi on Tuesday, March 26. Chennai, who picked up right where they left off last season, were brilliant with the ball on Saturday and will be heading into this fixture with confidence? Delhi, on the other hand, got off to a perfect start as they beat three-time champions Mumbai Indians by 36 runs in their opening game on Sunday. We saw at the MA Chidambaram stadium on Saturday how CSK utilised their spinners very well. In a pitch that saw a lot of turn, CSK caught RCB off guard and eventually bundled them out for just 70 runs. If the last ODI between India and Australia at the Kotla is anything to go by, the pitch in Delhi will be dry which means that the spinners can come in handy. Best economical pick – Another bowler that reveled in the conditions in Chennai was the upbeat Ravindra Jadeja. He found some form towards the end of his international duty and has carried forward the same into the IPL as well. Jadeja with three wickets on Saturday proved just why he is vital to the CSK squad. Top captains & vice captains – Chris Gayle Delhi Capitals got off to a slow start in the beginning of their opener but soon switched gears, thanks to this man. Rishabh Pant who made his World Cup intentions clear with an incredible innings on Sunday is brimming with confidence and could be a handful for the CSK bowlers. Rishabh Pant is a bankable option for your fantasy team mainly because of the form he is in. While the target wasn’t much, to begin with, Chennai Super Kings suffered an early jitter when Shane Watson was sent packing in the third over. But Ambati Rayudu stood in between the RCB bowlers and the Chennai batting attack as he stabilized the run chase. Although he got out with a poor shot under the circumstances, Rayudu is in good touch. Smart pick – The South African veteran Imran Tahir was at his best in the opener with impressive bowling figures of 3 wickets for just nine runs in his four overs. Tahir put the RCB batsmen in a heap of trouble with his variations which we will see on Tuesday. Tahir is a smart pick for your DC vs CSK fantasy team. Cautious Pick – Axar Patel happened to be the most under-performing player for DC in the previous game against Mumbai. Axar couldn’t offer much with the bat. Besides, having bowled three overs, he also drooled runs at a high economy rate of 14.00. So he might not find a place in playing XI. My XI – Rishabh Pant (Captain), Ambati Rayudu (Vice-Captain),Imran Tahir, Ravindra Jadeja, Prithvi Shaw, Colin Ingram, Kagiso Rabada, Deepak Chahar, Kedar Jadhav, Shane Watson, Shikhar Dhawan
Critical Updates
  • Kane Williamson

    Kane Williamson injured his shoulder while fielding in the second Test against Bangladesh, and later the MRI scans confirmed that he had suffered a grade one tear to the pectoral minor muscle in his left shoulder. Although Kane Williamson and the SRH management are yet to confirm on his availability, he will most probably miss the initial few games.

  • Marcus Stoinis

    Marcus Stoinis won't be available for first 3-4 IPL matches as he will be with Australian side to play a 5 match ODI series against Pakistan.

  • Nathan Coulter-Nile

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : Nathan Coulter-Nile has been in superb form off late.He was a part of the Australian squad that toured India this month. In the T20 series against, he picked four wickets in the two matches. He also featured in a couple of ODI's and took 3 wickets in them. He is expected to lead the bowling attack for RCB this year and Virat Kohli will hope the right-arm pacer can solve his problems in the bowling department. 

    Nathan Coulter-Nile won't be available for first 3-4 IPL matches as he is with Australian side to play a 5 match ODI series against Pakistan.

  • Chris Gayle
    Playing XI : Definetly 
    Analysis : The World Boss Chris gayle is making a comeback to the ODI team after a very long time. He will look to give a good show with bat in the one off ODI aagainst England.
  • Colin de Grandhomme

    Playing XI : May be

    Analysis : Colin de Grandhomme bowled quite well with a good economy rate in the ODI and T20 series but failed miserably with bat. He scored a lot of single digit scores which caused New Zealand both ODI and T20 series. He will look to score some runs in the longer format of the game.Bangladesh tour of New Zealand 2nd  ODI take one wickets.