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CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs South Africa on June 19, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips New Zealand vs South Africa on June 19 New Zealand started the 2019 World Cup on a grand note, winning three matches in a row. The victories were also resounding enough to give them a Net Run Rate of +2.163. Unfortunately, their last match against India at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham got abandoned due to frequent showers. Placed second in the table, the Black Caps are next scheduled to play South Africa at Edgbaston in Birmingham. A victory will help them regain the top spot. The Proteas, on the other hand, haven’t looked the most formidable by any means. After remaining winless in their first four games, Faf du Plessis and Co brushed aside Afghanistan by nine wickets (DLS Method) at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. However, the fact that their premier pacer Lungi Ngidi has been declared fit to play will give them a lot of confidence. Best economical pick – Andile Phehlukwayo has been the Proteas’ most formidable all-rounder in the mega event. He has got runs lower down the order after his team lost a flurry of wickets in the middle. Furthermore, he has six wickets with best figures of 2/18 against Afghanistan. Phehlukwayo is also South Africa’s most economical bowler in the tournament with an economy rate of 4.46. Top captains & vice captains – Ross Taylor has by far looked the most fluent batsman for the Black Caps in the mega event. In the two matches, he has batted in, the 35-year-old has scored 82 and 48 respectively. Over the last 12 months, he has performed exceptionally and is currently a stalwart in his team’s batting lineup. Taylor needs to carry on with his form in order for New Zealand to keep dictating terms. Faf du Plessis is a fulcrum of the Proteas batting lineup, but in the ongoing tournament, he has been a tad indifferent. He scored 62 against Bangladesh and could only manage 43 runs other than that. The South African batting lineup hasn’t looked at its very best and Faf needs to inspire the team. Smart pick – Kane Williamson has scored 119 runs in the World Cup at an average of 119. But, he hasn’t set the stage ablaze thus far as his strike-rate at 69.59 is pretty low. He has shown incredible levels of consistency in the format but needs to accelerate in order to give his team the momentum. He has to be on top of his game against a strong South African bowling attack. Cautions Pick – Hashim Amla hasn’t had the best of World Cups thus far by any stretch of the imagination. He has scored only 66 runs in four matches at an average of 22.41. His abysmal strike-rate of 54.09 is also a matter of concern. My XI – Ross Taylor (Captain), Faf du Plessis (Vice-Captain), Andile Phehlukwayo, Kane Williamson, Matt Henry, Imran Tahir, Trent Boult, Tom Latham, Rassie van der Dussen, Chris Morris, Colin de Grandhomme
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Afghanistan on June 18, CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips England vs Afghanistan on June 18 All teams have been trying to figure out how the current England side can be broken down, as of now in the tournament only Pakistan did that job with a tinge of luck on their favour. If they bat first, they place a mountain to climb and if they bat second, any total seems gettable, in simple, they seem invincible. Of all the current teams in the ongoing World Cup, going by recent form, Afghanistan is the last team anyone would want to bet on to beat this stellar juggernaut. With due respect to the Asian side, the hosts are just too strong for most teams and it is something no one can hide from. Gulbadin Naib and his troops are hitting new lows with every passing game and it seems likely that they might not win even a single game. All they can do is a bank on their strengths, which is their bowling attack and expect for things to work in their favour. As it stands, it doesn’t seem like they will be garnering a positive result from this game. Best economical pick – Chris Woakes chipped in with a valuable contribution with the bat during adverse conditions and ensured England didn’t feel the absence of the injured batters. He will be crucial once again in both departments. He just picked up four wickets in the tournament but has been bowling in good channels. Top captains & vice captains – Arguably England's best player of spin bowling, Joe Root might be called up against Afghanistan to tackle their quality spinners. Considering that the same pitch will be used for the game between England and Afghanistan, Root might have a sizeable role to play. He has also been in a surreal form in the World Cup so far. England would like Jonny Bairstow to start converting his starts and he won't get a better opponent than Afghanistan. Bairstow was at utmost ease against Afghanistan in the warm up match before the World Cup began. He raced on to 39 in no time but had to return back to the pavilion in an unfortunate manner. He even looked solid against the Afghan spinners. Bairstow will look to take all this into account and post a huge score against Afghanistan Smart pick – One of England's trump cards, Jofra Archer has given a completely different dimension to the team's bowling attack. He has the tendency to trick the batsmen with his pace as not many expect him to bowl 145 kph with his sedate yet rhythmic run-up. This factor will yet again be on show against Afghanistan. Cautions Pick – Their most effective batsman in the lineup, Rahmat Shah scored just 8 runs in the last three games. He has not been in fine touch since landing in England which cost the Afghans a lot. My XI – Joe Root (Captain), Jonny Bairstow (Vice-Captain), Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Rashid Khan, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Mohammad Nabi, Hazratullah Zazai, Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan, Najibullah Zadran
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