We have opted for a fantasy cricket team on basis of probable XIs, recent performances, overall impact, and credit points.
Canada: Aaron Johnson, Pargat Singh, Matthew Spoors, Srimantha Wijeratne (wk), Nicholas Kirton, Harsh Thaker, Nikhil Dutta, Saad Bin Zafar (c), Ravinderpal Singh, Kaleem Sana, Jeremy Gordon
USA: Steven Taylor, Sushant Modani, Monank Patel (c), Aaron Jones, Gajanand Singh, Shayan Jahangir (wk), Nisarg Patel, Jasdeep Singh, Nosthush Kenjige, Saurabh Netravalkar, Ali Khan
Venue: Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek
(Based on last three games)
1st innings average score: 234
2nd innings average score: 209
Wickets per innings: 8
Type: Slow wicket
Batting 1st: 67%
Batting 2nd: 33%
Fantasy Tips of The Day
The following data is based on both ODIs and List A.
Monank Patel and Aaron Jones were in good touch in the League 2 of the WC qualifiers, collectively scoring 2403 runs at 39.4. Their contributions on the field — 25 catches and a stumping — further boost their fantasy prospect.
Nikhil Dutta has been contributing points with both bat and ball. In addition to scalping 16 wickets in the last eight matches, he scored two half-centuries in the last three innings.
Kaleem Sana is in red-hot form: he registered two five-fors and a four-for to collect 17 wickets at a stunning strike rate of 12.8 in the last five matches.
Saad Bin Zafar picked 16 wickets in the last eight matches, also generating points for 109 runs during this period.
Srimantha Wijeratne has been a fantasy delight of late. In addition to slamming four fifties in his last six outings games, he inflicted 12 dismissals.
Gajanand Singh is the only player from both teams to feature in the Best11 in the last five matches. He scored more than 30 runs in seven of the last 10 innings.
Steven Taylor’s higher selection percentage is for a reason: under Monank Patel, he has scored 575 runs, scalped 21 wickets, and pouched 11 catches in 20 matches.
Openers scored five of seven half-centuries in the last three matches at the venue. Meanwhile, pacers scalped 70% of wickets.