09Nov2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Mumbai vs Delhi on November 10,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Mumbai vs Delhi on November 10 Mumbai Indians came into the 2020 Indian Premier League as the defending champions. And they have played like one thus far. After topping the points table in the league stage, Rohit Sharma and Co made the final, beating the Delhi Capitals in the Qualifier 1 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. On Tuesday, November 10, MI will again face the Capitals in Dubai. Having already beaten the Capitals three times in the ongoing edition, MI would be starting as the favorites. However, Shreyas Iyer’s DC will be high on confidence as they. The Capitals, in the Qualifier 2, got past the Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs to make their maiden final of the IPL. Having already waited 13 years, they will be desperate to cross the final hurdle, defying the odds. Best economical pick – Suryakumar Yadav has been one of the brightest spots in the current edition of IPL, having the penchant for consistent run-scoring and impactful knocks. In 15 games, Yadav has 461 runs with four half-centuries at a compelling average of 41.91 and a strike rate of 148.23. The 30-year old’s ability to soak in the pressure would be very critical in the big final. Top captains & vice captains – Quinton de Kock has been the standout batsman for MI in the T20 tournament. The left-hander has scored 483 runs from 15 matches at an average and strike-rate of 37.15 and 139.59 respectively. The Mumbai-based team has been able to make use of the powerplay on the back of some stunning knocks from the southpaw. In the crunch game on Tuesday, MI will be hoping for him to fire again. Shikhar Dhawan is one of the contenders to get the Orange Cap after he scored a half-century against the Sunrisers on Sunday. The left-hander is only 68 runs away from toppling Kings XI Punjab’s KL Rahul, who’s sitting on the top with 670 runs. Dhawan started the tournament in a jittery manner but now has 603 runs from 16 matches at an average and strike-rate of 46.38 and 145.65. Smart pick – After a disheartening show in qualifier 1 against MI, Kagiso Rabada was back at his absolute best. In the nervy 19th over, where the game could have gone anywhere, Rabada ensured that it went Delhi’s way. He picked 3 wickets in one over. The pacer has got back the purple cap from Jasprit Bumrah. Cautious Pick – Ravichandran Ashwin claimed Rohit Sharma’s wicket for a first-ball duck in the first qualifier in Dubai. Rohit Sharma has had an ordinary tournament so fair and would be keen to score big runs in the final to get in the form ahead of the Australia tour. In 11 matches, the 33-year old has only 264 runs at 24.00. My XI – Quinton de Kock (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan (Vice-Captain), Kagiso Rabada, Suryakumar Yadav, Trent Boult, Marcus Stoinis, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard, Ishan Kishan, Shimron Hetmyer, Shreyas Iyer
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07Nov2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Hyderabad on November 8,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Hyderabad on November 8 Sunrisers Hyderabad might have had their stutters, but of late, they are on a role. After decimating table-toppers Mumbai Indians by 10 wickets in their last league game, David Warner and Co knocked Royal Challengers Bangalore out, winning the Eliminator by six wickets after being asked to chase down 132. It goes without saying the Sunrisers have peaked at the apt time. The Orange Army would be in for another must-win game, this time against the Delhi Capitals in the Qualifier 2 at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, November 8. Prior to the game, SRH can take heart from the fact that they defeated Shreyas Iyer and Co both times in the league stage. The Capitals, on the other hand, would be looking to make amends after their 57-run loss to Mumbai. Best economical pick – T Natrajan, the vital cog of SunRisers Hyderabad, bowled an unplayable yorker to AB de Villiers to take the prized wicket of the Mr. 360. He also picked the wicket of Washington Sundar to finish off the game early on for them. The pacer will have to repeat a similar performance to win against DC. Top captains & vice captains – Shreyas Iyer is someone; a team can depend on without many fears. He knows the art of playing at different gears. In the ongoing edition, the youngster has 433 runs at an average and strike-rate of 30.92 and 123.36 respectively. The Capitals’ batting has shown signs of inconsistency and Iyer can’t afford to let his guard down. The SRH bowling is in excellent form and Iyer will be in for a challenging task. Kane Williamson’s calm and cool head helped SunRiser Hyderabad to take the game home in the eliminator. Although Yuzvendra Chahal and Adam Zampa created pressure with dot balls, he remained focused and scored an unbeaten 50 to be the match-winner for the side. He will play a pivotal role in the second qualifier. Smart pick – Rashid Khan has tormented the Capitals’ batters thus far in the tournament. In two games, he has had figures of 8-0-21-6 at an economy rate of 2.62. Needless to say, the DC batters have found the SRH spinner a tough nut to crack. Overall, in 15 games, the Afghanistan spinner has 19 wickets to show for his efforts. Like the DC batsmen, even the other sides have found it difficult while facing him. Cautious Pick – Came in as the replacement of Wriddhiman Saha, Goswami played the first match of the season for SunRisers Hyderabad against RCB. Hewas impressive behind the stumps but was out for a duck while batting. As SRHhas not updated about Saha’s availability, he has the big responsibility to fill the huge shoes of the veteran. My XI – Shreyas Iyer (Captain), Kane Williamson (Vice-Captain), Rashid Khan, T Natarajan, Anrich Nortje, Shikhar Dhawan, David Warner, Marcus Stoinis, Rishabh Pant, Abdul Samad, Prithvi Shaw
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05Nov2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Hyderabad vs Bangalore on November 6,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Hyderabad vs Bangalore on November 6 Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore have had pretty similar campaigns thus far in the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League. Both teams won seven out of their 14 matches in the league stage and would now be locking horns in the Eliminator on Friday, November 6 at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. In the first round, both teams beat each other once. The Challengers would be a tad low on confidence after the Delhi Capitals beat them by six wickets. Virat Kohli and Co had a bit of a stutter in the second half of the first round. As far as the Sunrisers are concerned, they must be brimming with confidence after their 10-wicket victory over table-toppers Mumbai Indians. An absolute cracking encounter seems to be in the offing. Best economical pick – Devdutt Padikkal in his maiden IPL season is RCB’s leading run-scorer by the end of the league stage. The left-hander has amassed 472 runs in 14 matches with 5 fifties. He is coming off a half-century against Delhi and will have the responsibility to give his team a strong start in an important game. Top captains & vice captains – AB de Villiers is once again having an AB-esque season. His numbers in IPL 2020 are staggering. The magician has scored 398 runs at an average of 44 and a strike rate of 163 with 4 half-centuries. Time and again he has bailed Royal Challengers Bangalore out of a hole and put them in a winning position. The huge onus lay on the South-African in the clash against SRH. Manish Pandey has been in excellent form and is one of the reasons behind SRH’s decent show thus far in the tournament. In 13 innings, the right-handed batsman scored 380 runs at an average and strike-rate of 34.54 and 127.51 respectively. He has lent solidity to the Sunrisers’ middle-order. In SRH’s previous game against RCB, Pandey looked good and played his strokes fluently before getting out. Smart pick – Yuzvendra Chahal is currently fourth in the list of Purple Cap holders with 20 wickets from 14 matches. In fact, the leg-spinner is thus far the most successful tweaker in the tournament. In RCB’s first game against SRH, he also turned out to be the Player of the Match, picking up three wickets. Even in their next outing, he didn’t flatter to deceive. Another decent spell would be expected of him. Cautious Pick – Isuru Udana might face the axe if Navdeep Saini returns to fitness. However, he could also be benched if RCB decides to bring Moeen Ali in the eleven. Udana’s numbers this season are not at all confidence-boosting for the management. He has picked 8 wickets in 10 matches at an expensive economy of 9.72. My XI – AB de Villiers (Captain), Manish Pandey (Vice-Captain), Y Chahal, Devdut Padikkal, T Natarajan, Washington Sundar, Chris Morris, Wridhiman Saha, Virat Kohli, David Warner, Josh Philipe
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04Nov2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Mumbai vs Delhi on November 5,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Mumbai vs Delhi on November 5 Mumbai Indians, the defending champions, have defended their Indian Premier League title with utmost dominance thus far. Though they lost to the Sunrisers Hyderabad by 10 wickets in their last league game, they managed to finish atop the points table. Rohit Sharma and Co are now scheduled to play the Qualifier 1 against the Delhi Capitals on Thursday, November 5, in Dubai. In the league stage, MI got past the Capitals both times. In fact, in their last meeting, Mumbai eased past DC by nine wickets. Shreyas Iyer’s men won’t be low in confidence though after beating the Royal Challengers Bangalore in their previous match. The Capitals also ceased their four-match losing streak, much to their relief. But beating an in-form MI won’t be easy for them by any means. Best economical pick – Suryakumar Yadav is having his breakthrough IPL season. He is not only amassing runs but doing it at a quick rate. Yadav has scored 410 runs in 13 innings at a strike rate of 150 and has recorded 3 half-centuries. The right-hander has a 360-degree range and has shown a great deal of calmness and maturity in run-chases. Top captains & vice captains – Quinton de Kock is currently the leading run-scorer for Mumbai this season and has given MI quick starts throughout. He has scored 443 runs at an average of 36.9 and a strike rate of 138. The South-African took extra responsibility in the absence ofRohit Sharma. Now with Sharma back in the team, the left-hander will have more freedom to play his shots. The 27-year-old has been sharp behind the stumps. Shreyas Iyer sparkled with a thunderous 88* against KKRin Sharjah. But apart from that, he has looked a tad off colour. However, that he has scored 421 runs in 14 innings at an average of 32.38 with two fifties should give confidence. DC haven’t played in the final for a number of years and the youngster will be looking to play a captain’s knock and guide his team. Smart pick – Rohit Sharma returned from his hamstring injury the other day, but he got out cheaply. However, keeping in mind the potential he has, he can take on DC’s star-studded bowling attack with ease. In the 10 matches he has played, the 33-year-old has notched 264 runs at an average of 26.40. Moreover, the right-hander has the experience of playing at the big stage across most tournaments. Cautious Pick – Shimron Hetmyer has given a disappointing performance. In their second meeting against MI, he lost his wicket for 11 runs after in a hurry to play a shot. He was dropped against RCB. My XI – Quinton de Kock (Captain), Shreyas Iyer (Vice-Captain), Suryakumar Yadav, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Kagiso Rabada, Jasprit Bumrah, Anrich Nortje, Ishan Kishan, Rahul Chahar, Marcus Stoinis
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02Nov2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Hyderabad vs Mumbai on November 3,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Hyderabad vs Mumbai on November 3 The final league stage match of the 2020 Indian Premier League will decide the fourth and final team in the playoffs. The match will be played between the Mumbai Indians and the Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday, November 3 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. If SRH win the game, they will make the next round on the net run rate, which is at +0.555, the second best after the Mumbai-based team. Their victory will also mean thatKKR, who beat Rajasthan Royals by 60 runs, will be eliminated from the tournament. The Sunrisers must be high on confidence after turning over the Royal Challengers Bangalore last time and will be looking to replicate the same. As far as MI are concerned, irrespective of the result of the game, they will be playing Qualifier 1 in Dubai. Best economical pick – Suryakumar Yadav is having his breakthrough season- one where not only he is piling runs, but doing it a strike rate in vogue for T20 cricket. The right-hander has accumulated 374 runs at an average of 41 at a strike rate of 153. He has shown calmness and maturity in run-chases. Yadav is one of the few players in India who has the 360-degree range. Top captains & vice captains – David Warneris currently the leading run-scorer for the Sunrisers in the ongoing edition of the T20 tournament. The left-hander has 444 runs at an average and strike-rate of 37 and 134.95 respectively. But all those efforts will be of no use if the Sunrisers doesn’t win the game and fail to make the playoffs. The Orange Army will be hoping for the veteran batsman to step up and play a substantial knock. Quinton de Kock has been in jaw-dropping form in the tournament. The southpaw has 418 runs from 13 matches at an average and strike-rate of 38 and 135.71 respectively. He has four half-centuries to show for his efforts. The left-hander has been a major reason behind Mumbai being able to make use of the powerplay. The South African will be keen to make a mark by playing another substantial knock in crisis. Smart pick – Rashid Khan is the lynchpin for SunRisers Hyderabad. Against DC, he demolished their batting order while also choking them to score runs. Likewise against RCB, he got the wicket of Josh Phillippe. The spinner is the leading wicket-taker for them, snaring 18 wickets in 13 matches. Cautious Pick – Priyam Garg had a huge responsibility to play as a finisher, but his performance has not been consistent. He was out after scoring three runs against KXIP even though the target was not daunting. My XI – David Warner (Captain), Quinton de Kock (Vice-Captain), Rashid Khan, Suryakumar Yadav, Manish Pandey, Jason Holder, T Natarajan, Rahul Chahar, Kieron Pollard, Kane Williamson, Wridhiman Saha
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02Nov2020
CEO Message: Guidelines regarding Playoffs format and Trades reset during Playoffs,
After over 1.5 months of cricketing action, IPL is approaching the knockout stages. We have seen some good knocks, some sharp catches and some super over matches . This year the competition is so close that not untill the last group match ends, the final teams qualified for playoffs will be unknown. Now as only 2 days are left until the group stage ends, so we will be providing you with some guidelines regarding theplayoffsformat at Cricbattle. 1. Those who havePlayoffsformat enabled in their private leagues: Top 4 teams in league standings after 56th match, will play 57, 58, 59, 60 matches. Other teams will be eliminated. It will be IPL styleplayoffincluding the Qualifiers, Eliminator and Final. Note:Double match points are not applicable during playoff matches if playoffs format is enabled Follow the below steps to make teams duringplayoffs. Salary Cap Leagues: a. After the league stage is completed theplayoffschedule is generated and the Team managers are decided for Qualifier1 and Eliminator match. b. You will see a menu called asPlayoffin your league menu. From where you can access all the stages ofplayoffround. c. In each stage of theplayoffschedule you will have to create a new team comprising the players who are playing at that stage. For exampleif Qualifier 1 is being played between Delhi vs Chennai. Then the Team Managers who qualified for Qualifier 1 will have to create team by selecting players playing in the Chennai vs Delhi match d. Each manager will play Head to Head against an opponent and the winner will progress to the next round as perplayoffsschedule. e. In thePlayoffpage you will get different buttons to access the respective pages for the specific round. For example Matchup, Manage Team etc Draft Leagues: a. After the league stage is completed theplayoffschedule is generated and the Team managers are decided for Qualifier1 and Eliminator match. b. You will see a menu called asPlayoffin your league menu. From where you can access all the stages ofplayoffround. c. In each stage of theplayoffschedule you will have to play draft with your opponent to create a new team comprising the players who are playing at that stage. For exampleif Qualifier 1 is being played between Delhi vs Chennai. Then the Team Managers who qualified for Qualifier 1 will have to play draft to create their team by selecting players playing in the Chennai vs Delhi match d. Each manager will play Head to Head against an opponent and the winner will progress to the next round as perplayoffsschedule. e. In thePlayoffpage you will get different buttons to access the respective pages for the specific round. For example Trade Players, Matchup, Manage Team etc 2. Trade reset duringplayoffsfor leagues in which customization has been enabled: This setting is applicable for the leagues in whichPlayoffFormat is disabled. Since theplayoffsare just round the corner, so we request league managers to configure these rules before the end of the last group stage match. There are 4 settings related to it. League managers can enable these settings in their private leagues. Let me explain each of those settings a. “Allow separate trades duringplayoffmatches” –This means if you select yes for this option then only the trades will get reset duringplayoffsstage. If you select yes then only the below 2 settings will be considered. Or else the number of trades allowed will be considered for the whole tournament. b. “No of trades duringPlayoffs” –In this setting you can choose the number of trades you want to allow duringplayoffs c. “Allow free trades until 1st match ofPlayoffstarts” –If you select this settings to yes then everyone in your league can do unlimited trades after the last match of group stage starts till the start of the 1st match ofplayoffs. d. “Free Trades for Each Day/Round duringPlayoffs” –This setting will let you choose the number of free trades to be offered for each day / round duringPlayoffs. Not applicable if No. Of trades duringPlayoffsare unlimited. The leagues in whichplayoffsformat is enabled, they will already have unlimited trades during Qualifiers, Eliminators and Final. So the above settings will not be applicable for those leagues. If you need help to understand the details, reach us oncontact@cricbattle.com So why wait!! Configure these awesome features and enjoy the IPL.
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01Nov2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Bangalore on November 2,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Delhi vs Bangalore on November 2 Delhi Capitals, from being one of the strongest contenders to make the Indian Premier League 2020 playoffs, now find themselves in a must-win scenario. The Shreyas Iyer-led unit is next scheduled to lock horns with the Royal Challengers Bangalore on Monday, November 2 at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. If DC wins the game, they will make their way to the playoffs. If they don’t, they will have to depend on other results to go in their favor. For the time being, the Capitals are on a four-match losing streak and will be going into the game on the back of a nine-wicket defeat to theMumbai Indiansin Dubai. As far as RCB are concerned, even they are in a bit of a hole, having lost their previous game to David Warner’s Sunrisers Hyderabad in Sharjah. Best economical pick – Young Devdutt Padikkal made a head start to the IPL 2020 with a fine half-century. The southpaw has the ability to score quick runs and find the boundaries. He will look for consistency in his batting approach and give his side a solid start at top of the order. Top captains & vice captains – AB de Villiers can pummel any bowling attack on his given day and he is an absolute delight to watch when in his full rhythm. But this time around, while has tasted a fair bit of success, he has thrown away a few good starts. Even in the last game, he looked good for his 24runs before getting out to Shahbaz Nadeem. The Pretoria-born would be looking to weave his magic and get a big score. Shikhar Dhawan is currently the leading run-scorer for the Capitals in the T20 tournament. Having scored a couple of centuries on the trot, he has looked a class apart from his teammates. However, he failed in the last three matches and it could dampen his spirits a wee bit. But bearing in mind the class he possesses, the left-hander is expected to come into his own in the Capitals’ next game. Smart pick – Kagiso Rabada’s high-quality pace bowling brought Delhi Capitals in the top four spots. Rabada has picked 23 wickets at an economy of 8.19 and is a strong contender for the purple cap. With the team disintegrating, Rabada too has gone wicketless in the last couple of games. Cautious Pick – Shimron Hetmyer might face the axe as Delhi look to put some stability in their middle-order. More than a basher of the cricket ball, the Capitals need someone to hold the fall of wickets and take the team to a respectable total. Carey in the past couple of years has played that kind of role for Australia. Apart from being solid in the middle-overs, he is capable of hitting sixes as well. My XI – AB de Villiers (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan (Vice-Captain), Kagiso Rabada, Devdut Padikkal, Anrich Nortje, Washington Sundar, Chris Morris, Josh Phillipe, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Prithvi Shaw
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31Oct2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Kolkata vs Rajasthan on November 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Kolkata vs Rajasthan on November 1 This is a virtual shoot-out game. Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals will face-off against each other to stay alive in the IPL 2020 on Sunday. Moreover, they will also get an idea by then about the net run-rate scenario with CSK facing the KXIP earlier in the day. Also, CSK winning that game will make life very easy for KKR and RR both. Talking about the recent form, the Royals are coming off two stunning wins over MI and KXIP chasing down 195 and 185 in back to back matches.Ben Stokeshas struck form at the right time for them. Even the rest of the team is clicking together now. KKR, on the other hand, lost to CSK in the last-over thriller to make things tough for themselves and Eoin Morgan and his men will be looking to put their best foot forward. Best economical pick – Varun Chakravarthy continued with his impressive run in the ongoing IPL with yet another brilliant performance against Chennai Super Kings. The leg-spinner dismissed Shane Watson before dislodging MS Dhoni for the second time this season and eventually finished with figures of 2-20 in 4 overs. Top captains & vice captains – Ben Stokes has received the man of the match award in the last two wins that Rajasthan Royals have enjoyed. Ben Stokes clattered a hundred against Mumbai Indians followed by a half-century against Kings XI Punjab, setting the tone for their victory. Against KXIP, Stokes also took a couple of wickets and an outstanding catch to dismiss Mandeep Singh. Nitish Rana started off cautiously against CSK as he stitched KKR’s slowest fifty. But the southpaw switched gears brilliant during the middle-order. Rana took the attack to the spinners and smashed his last 37 runs in a mere 17 balls before eventually getting dismissed for a 61-ball 87. KKR will hope that the southpaw continues with his form in the virtual knockout against RR. Smart pick – Sanju Samson has returned to form, having played vital roles in the last two victories for the Rajasthan Royals. Samson scored 48 off 25 deliveries against Kings XI Punjab as an unfortunate run-out dented his chances of getting to a fifty. The right-handed batsman’s run-tally has risen to 374 in 12 IPL 2020 games. Cautious Pick – After having put up brilliant performances in IPL 2020, Lockie Ferguson had a rare bad outing in the last game against CSK. Ferguson was taken to the cleaners by a rampaging Ruturaj Gaikwad in his 1st three overs. Ferguson finished with figures of 0-54 in his four overs My XI – Ben Stokes (Captain), Nitish Rana (Vice-Captain), Sanju Samson, Varun Chakravarthy, Rahul Tewatia, Pat Cummins, Jofra Archer, Shubhman Gill, Jos Buttler, Sunil Narine, Robin Uthappa
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31Oct2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Chennai vs Punjab on November 1,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Chennai vs Punjab on November 1 Kings XI Punjab made a stupendous comeback in the 2020 Indian Premier League, winning five matches in a row after only a solitary victory from their first seven matches. However, despite their impressive run, KL Rahul and co find themselves in a bit of a hole as far as making the playoffs are concerned. They will next be facing Chennai Super Kings on Sunday, November 1. It’s a must-win game for them at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. If they lose their last league game, they stand a chance of being eliminated. A result in Sunday’s second game between Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals would throw KXIP out of the event. For the Super Kings, they will be looking to end their campaign on a high after winning their last two games. Best economical pick – Ravi Bishnoi was impressive in the Under-19 World Cup, and that is the reason why Punjab has shown lots of faith in him by playing the leg-spinner since the first game. Bishnoi has picked 12 wickets at an economy of 7.17. He, along with Ashwin, has choked the opposition in the middle-overs and created pressure. Top captains & vice captains – Chris Gayle has been on song ever since he made Punjab’s playing eleven from their eighth game onwards. He also became the first batsman to smash 1,000 sixes in his T20 career, showing his class and calibre. In six games, he has 276 runs at an average and strike-rate of 46 and 144.50 respectively. In the last game against Royals, he scored 99 and then got out to pacerJofra Archer. Ruturaj Gaikwad didn’t have a great start to the season. After recovering from COVID-19, he managed a couple of ducks to begin his IPL career and lost his place in the team as well. But in the last two matches, the youngster put his best foot forward. He was on top of his game against KKR, scoring 72 runs before Pat Cummins dismissed him. He also got the Player of the Match award. Smart pick – A strike rate of 173 this season suggests the manner in which Nicholas Pooran goes about his business. He has 351 runs in 13 matches, more importantly for Punjab, he has scored those runs in quick time. Pooran is Punjab’s enforcer in the lower middle-order where the team looks low on strength. Cautious Pick – The numbers tell the story of Glenn Maxwell’s season- 108 runs in 13 matches, at a strike rate of 101. The Australian is yet to hit a maximum this season. My XI – Chris Gayle (Captain), Ruturaj Gaikwad (Vice-Captain), Nicholas Pooran, Ravi Bishnoi, KL Rahul, Mohammad Shami, Deepak Chahar, Faf du Plessis, Ambati Rayudu, Ravindra Jadeja, Chris Jordan
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30Oct2020
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangalore vs Hyderabad on October 31,
CricBattle Daily Fantasy Cricket League Tips Bangalore vs Hyderabad on October 31 The match 52 of the IPL 2020 will see the Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad locking horns. RCB have lost both their previous matches to CSK and MI while SRH are coming off a stunning win over Delhi Capitals. TheVirat Kohli-led side still needs one win to seal their place in the playoffs. They haven’t been playing their best cricket over the last couple of games. SRH, on the other hand, stunned the Capitals in their previous game and are set to take on the challenge. A loss will certainly end their hopes of making it to the playoffs. However, if they manage to win both their remaining games and reach 14 points, they would still want other results to go in their favour. The ploy of dropping Jonny Bairstow and playing Wriddhiman Saha worked wonders forDavid Warnerand Co. and they will be looking to continue with it. Best economical pick – After having a few lean outings by his standards, Devdutt Padikkal was back to his swashbuckling best against the Mumbai Indians. Padikkal scored a whirlwind 45-ball 73- an innings which included 12 fours and a six- and in the process he became just the second uncapped player in the history of the competition to score more than 400 runs in his debut season. Top captains & vice captains – David Warnerhas led SRH from front and his knock in the previous game was the most fluent of the season. Nevertheless, the southpaw has slammed 436 runs in 12 matches at an average of 39.64 and strike-rate of 134.57. ‘Mr 360’ AB de Villiers endured a rare failure in the last game after he holes out at deep square-leg off Kieron Pollard. The last time AB batted against SRH, he smashed a match-winning 30-ball 51, something RCB will hope; he emulated the same on Saturday. Smart pick – Rashid Khan had ticked all the boxes right, but the results have not gone in favour of SunRisers Hyderabad. But in the last match against DC, he demolished their batting order while also choking them to score runs. He picked three wickets while giving away only 7 runs in his four overs quota. The spinner is the leading wicket-taker for them, snaring 17 wickets in 12 matches. Cautious Pick – Abdul Samad, the power-hitter, has featured in eight matches but has not got enough opportunities to bat. Contrastingly, he has also failed to prove his mettle whenever he has got the chance. With his short cameo in his first match, he had gathered a lot of praise. But the youngster has not stood up to the expectations of others. My XI – David Warner (Captain), AB de Villiers (Vice-Captain), Devdutt Padikkal, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, Washington Sundar, Chris Morris, Josh Phillipe, Virat Kohli, T Natarajan, Wridhiman Saha
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