Fantasy Cricket Team

We have opted for a fantasy cricket team based on the recent performances, overall impact, and credit points.

Probable XIs

Sydney T: Matthew Gilkes (wk), Alex Hales, Rilee Rossouw, Oliver Davies, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Joel Davies, Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green (c), Brendan Doggett, Usman Qadir

Sydney S: Josh Philippe (wk), James Vince, Daniel Hughes, Moises Henriques (c), Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Hayden Kerr, Sean Abbott, Chris Jordan, Steeve O’Keefe, Izharulhaq Naveed

Venue: Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney

Pitch Report

(Based on the last 4 games).

1st innings average score: 140

2nd innings average score: 110

Type: Even contest between bat and ball.

Weather: Clear.


Batting 1st: 75%

Batting 2nd: 25%

Fantasy Tip of The Day

Although batters from both sides have blown hot and cold, the bowlers have regularly been amongst the wickets. Moreover, both teams have strike bowlers, capable of producing breakthroughs, across stages.


Barring the knock of 55 and 43, it has been a very sloppy time for Josh Philippe with the bat. However, his job is to provide impetus at the top and can generate rapid bonus points in the process.

On the other hand, Matthew Gilkes has registered three consecutive scores in the thirties, following his match-winning 56* against Brisbane.


Alex Hales has slammed the most fifties (3) in this edition. Moreover, he is also the leading run-getter (233 runs in 6 innings) ever for Sydney T against Sydney S.

For Sydney S, Daniel Hughes and Moises Henriques have scored the most runs against Sydney T. While Hughes has accumulated 435 runs at 48 including 5 half-centuries, Henriques has collected 394 at 40.

For five games in a row, James Vince has been a part of the Ultimate Team. Simply put, he has scored the most runs (258 at 43) for his side this season, including the highest score of 91*.


Besides adding 128 runs with the bat, Hayden Kerr has taken 11 wickets in this edition. For his all-round heroics, he has provided the most fantasy points (170) as a Sydney S player.

While Daniel Sams hasn’t consistently set the stage on fire with his willow, his wicket-taking ability (11 in 7) games has ensured that his selection percentage in fantasy leagues has never dropped below 89.


It has been almost 10 games since Steve O’Keefe went wicketless. In fact, when he last played against Sydney T, he bagged a four-for.

Despite playing only 5 games this season, Nathan McAndrew has picked 11 wickets, including the best figures of 4 for 32.


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