Fantasy Team for Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) vs Gujarat Match
We have opted for a fantasy cricket team on basis of probable XIs, recent performances, overall impact, and credit points.
Probable LSG & Gujarat Playing XIs
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG): KL Rahul (c), Kyle Mayers*, Deepak Hooda/Manan Vohra, Krunal Pandya, Marcus Stoinis*, Nicholas Pooran* (wk), Ayush Badoni, Mark Wood/Naveen-ul-Haq*, Yudhvir Singh Charak/Yash Thakur, Ravi Bishnoi, Avesh Khan
Noor Ahmad was used as the impact player in the last game.
Gujarat: Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Shubman Gill, Sai Sudharsan, Hardik Pandya (c), Abhinav Manohar, David Miller*, Rahul Tewatia, Rashid Khan*, Alzarri Joseph*, Mohammed Shami, Mohit Sharma
Hyderabad vs Delhi Fantasy Tips
Ekana Cricket Stadium Pitch Report
Venue: Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
(Based on last three matches)
1st innings average score: 158
2nd innings average score: 155
Wickets per innings: 7
Batting 1st: 33%
Batting 2nd: 67%
Fantasy Tips of the Day
Besides scoring 228 runs at 45.6 in this edition, Shubhman Gill averages five fours, one six and a catch every match.
Sai Sudharsan has scored 236 runs at 34 in Lucknow. His recent numbers are also good: 176 runs at 44, including two half-centuries.
Mohammed Shami and Rashid Khan have combined to take 21 wickets in the current edition – an average of 105 fantasy points per game. Incidentally, both of them went wicketless only once in their last 13 matches.
Kyle Mayers generated a bonus for half-centuries in four of the last eight matches, collecting 287 runs at 36. He hit 45 boundaries during this period.
For the year, Marcus Stoinis has scored 246 runs at 31 and grabbed four catches. He has also scalped two wickets.
Nicholas Pooran (211 runs and five dismissals) featured in the Best11 in six of the last seven games.
KL Rahul has generated a 30- or 50-run bonus in five of the last 10 matches. During this period, he aggregated 289 runs with the help of 37 boundaries.
Deepak Hooda scored 55 runs in the last 10 matches.
Openers scored three of four half-centuries in the last three matches at the venue. Meanwhile, spinners picked 40% of the wickets – a number that could have been higher if not for Mark Wood’s five-for against Delhi.