We have opted for a fantasy cricket team based on the recent performances, overall impact, and credit points.
Matches played this season: 6
1st innings average score: 165
2nd innings average score: 150
Type: Good batting wicket. Showers forecast.
Time: September 28, 4.30 AM IST
Probable XI for Saint Lucia: Faf du Plessis(c), Niroshan Dickwella(w), Adam Hose, Roston Chase, Rivaldo Clarke, David Wiese, Roshon Primus, Alzarri Joseph, Scott Kuggeleijn, Jeavor Royal, Kesrick Williams
Probable XI for Jamaica: Brandon King, Kennar Lewis(w), Kirk McKenzie, Rovman Powell(c), Raymon Reifer, Mohammad Nabi, Fabian Allen, Imad Wasim, Chris Green, Nicholson Gordon, Mohammad Amir
Adam Hose has not been able to make any substantial contribution lately. His scores read 4, 9, 17, 18, and 1.
Unlike the previous season, runs haven’t flowed from Kennar Lewis’ bat. He has managed only 61 runs in his last 5 innings.
By his standards, Roston Chase’s 99 runs and 6 wickets in 10 games do not make a great reading. However, the numbers are doing just fine for fantasy players. His average selection percentage hasn’t dropped below 50% on My11Circle. He is a big match player with a reputation of responding on the big stage.
In his last three innings, Raymon Reifer might have been dismissed for scores of 1, 0, and 6, but he registered his highest score of the tournament (62) and also took 2 wickets, when these two teams met earlier in the tournament.
In the same match, Scott Kuggeleijn finished with figures of 3 for 44. He has taken 6 wickets in 4 outings. He is expected to bowl at the death for Saint Lucia.
But for the last few games, Rovman Powell has been consistently contributing with the bat (223 runs at 37). In this tournament, he has also been a part of the Ultimate Team on 4 occasions.
Alzarri Joseph (16) and Mohammad Amir (13) have been the leading wicket-takers for their respective sides. Both seamers have also provided 6 bonus points each for bagging a three-wicket haul on two occasions.
On the batting front, Brandon King (326 at 36) and Faf du Plessis (292 at 42) have been the leading run-getters for their respective sides. Interestingly, only these two batters have slammed a century this season. Moreover, they have deposited 37 sixes.
Fantasy Tip of The Day
Top-order batters from both sides have blown hot and cold. On the other hand, the bowlers have stepped up consistently, thereby adding handy points.