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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 19, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips South Africa vs Pakistan on January 19 After a clearly one-sided three match Test series, South Africa and Pakistan renew their rivalry as they face off in the first ODI at Port Elizabeth on Saturday, January 19. South Africa were ruthless in the Test series as they completed a 3-0 whitewash against Pakistan. Although it won’t be the same in the limited over series, South Africa and Pakistan will look to kick off their run up to the Cricket World Cup with a win. ODI matches from now will be very important for the teams as they will look to try out different combinations to get the best out of their players. White ball cricket has been Pakistan's stronger suit over the last couple of years with the emergence of talent such as Fakhar Zaman and Shadab Khan. Senior players like Mohammed Hafeez, Shoaib Malik and Sarfraz Ahmed hold key to the Pakistan fortunes. Best economical pick – Still a newcomer in the squad, Henrich Klaasen is slowly but steadily cementing his spot in the Proteas squad. Klaasen is not only known for is explosive style of batting but he also looks to score some clever runs and keep the scoreboard ticking. With the absence of Quinton De Kock, Klaasen has the perfect opportunity to shine for his team and stake his claim for the bus to the World Cup. Top captains & vice captains – One of the few skippers who has improved his games after being handed the armband, Faf du Plessis has been a great player for South Africa in recent years. Not only is he a finisher when it comes to the death overs, but he looks to soak in a lot of pressure and play some smart cricket. Du Plessis is an asset for any team that he plays for. How good has Kagiso Rabada being off late! One of the young guns to come out of South Africa, he has the pace and the accuracy to trouble any batting attack in the world. With Dale Steyn being rested for the ODI series, Rabada has a good chance to shine as South Africa’s number one bowler. Smart pick – An all-rounder is always one of the most important players you choose in your Fantasy Cricket team. Mohammad Hafeez is one such player who has been a great player for Pakistan with the bat and ball. Hafeez can turn a match around with his deliveries and can also chase down big scores in the death overs. Cautions Pick – Mohammad Aamir have been very poor in ODIs off late. In 2018, Aamir played 10 matches and picked 3 wickets only with an average of over 100. Which is very poor according to his standards. He won’t get you fantasy points if he won’t take wickets regularly, so don’t take much risk by picking him in your fantasy team. My XI – Faf du Plessis (Captain), Kagiso Rabada (Vice-Captain), Henrich Klassen, Mohammad Hafeez, Babar Azam, Shaheen Afridi, Imran Tahir, Sarfraz Ahmed, Reeza Hendricks, David Miller, Shadab Khan
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on January 18, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Australia vs India on January 18 After losing the first ODI, the Men in Blue came back in the second One-Day game against the Aussies and leveled the series. Now both these sides will face each other in the third and deciding fixture at the MCG. In their previous meeting at this venue in January 2016, After being put into bat first, India posted 295/6 in their 50 overs, but the Aussies chased down their target in the penultimate over of the match to seal a three-wicket win. The Indian camp would have been relieved after leveling the series and now aiming for a rare chance to complete the Test & ODI double over Australia in Australia. The Aussies will be a little disappointed with the result in the last game as they were in a strong position to win the clash but made few silly mistakes on crucial moments, which they would like to avoid in the next game. Best economical pick – Bhuvneshwar Kumar was exceptional in the second ODI. Bhuvi finished with the spectacular bowling figures of 4/45 in his 10 overs. He uprooted Finch’s stumps in the seventh over and struck the first blow. He then returned at the death to stop Australia from running away with a tall score. Top captains & vice captains – Cometh the hour, cometh the man. With the series on the line, 'King' Kohli stepped up his game and played a gem of an innings to put India into a winning position. The skipper brought up his 24th century while chasing and 39th overall. He scored 104 in 112 balls but failed to finish the chase. Shaun Marsh certainly raised the bar in the batting department and once again, it will be up to him to deliver the goods with the bat. He cracked an impressive 54 in the first ODI followed by dating 131 in the second ODI to help his side post a decent total after early jolts. Smart pick – Centurion from the first ODI was off to a promising start at the Adelaide Oval as well, but Rohit Sharma was snared by Stoinis. He had scored 43 in 52 balls with two fours and two magnificent sixes. Rohit had struck his signature pick-up shots and looked set to take India across the line before he was caught by Handscomb. Sharma looks to be in awesome form and could get a lot of points for your team. Cautious Pick – Ever since David Warner was banned, Australia has tried a few combinations at the top but nothing has worked for them. In the ongoing ODI series, Alex Carey and Aaron Finch have opened the innings but both of them have looked unsettled before getting dismissed cheaply. The Australian limited overs skipper has lacked consistency in this tour. My XI – Virat Kohli (Captain), Shaun Marsh (Vice-Captain), Rohit Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Marcus Stoinis, Kuldeep Yadav, Alex Carey, Shikhar Dhawan, Jhye Richardson, Peter Handscomb, Dinesh Karthik
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