For this game, the hosts will be making some changes, but it shouldnâ€™t bother you much, as you need to focus on picking majority of the players from the NZ camp. Expect the Kiwi batsmen to once again pile on the runs.Â
While St Lucia are likely to retain their winning combo, the Knight Riders might be forced to make a few changes to their squad. William Perkins has been banned from the remainder of the CPL. For this round; we feel you can afford to pack your teams with all-rounders and bowlers.Â
THE (BCCI) has formed a special legal committee to deal with the Lodha panel recommendations. The panel headed by former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju will have three other counsels including BCCIâ€™s council Abhinav Mukherjee.Â
BCCI PRESIDENT ANURAG THAKUR has stressed on the boardâ€™s stand against the idea of two-tier Test structure suggested by International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive officer David Richardson. Thakur has openly stated that the Indian cricket's top governing bodyÂ does not want the smaller cricketing nationsÂ to lose out on playing competitive cricket.
INDIA SPINNER Harbhajan Singh, who recently became father to a baby girl, has expressed his disappointment over the poor fight put up by West Indies team against India in the ongoing Test series.
The ground is St Kitts is relatively small as per internationals standards and that could mean the explosive hitters from both camps need to be drafted into your fantasy teams. Also, keep in mind that the Guyana bowlers have proved to be more successful in this CPL.Â
The wicket at Galle will surely benefit the spinners. In fact, you shouldnâ€™t be surprised if it starts spinning from day one. Australia and Sri Lanka slated to make only one change each. For this round, pick a full strength bowling line-up (from both sides).
AJINKYA RAHANE scored an unbeaten 108 which enabled the visitors to declare the innings at 500/9 and thereby got a hefty lead of 304 runs in the second Test against West Indies at Sabina Park in Jamaica.
This match will be played at Birmingham and conditions are likely to favour the bowlers. The likes of James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes will benefit. Remember, Ben Stokes is not fit for this Test and Pakistan too might make some changes. Also, the Pakistani batting will remain under pressure.
Whether or not the Windies make changes to their squad, you should stick to the theory of picking 7 players from the Indian camp. The Indians are likely to retain their same 11 from the first Test. The Sabina Park Oval offers bounce and carry for the seamers initially and later on the spinners will once again come into play. Pick the Indian spinners & their top-order batsmen to succeed
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