Fantasy Cricket Tips: England vs Australia, 2nd ODI, Jun 16, 2018

England is currently the best ODI team in the world. It will be playing in its home country and hence, this gives an edge to the team. With no Steve Smith and David Warner, Australia will have to work hard. However, for fantasy cricket players, this hardly makes a difference. After all, you have to select your virtual team based on individual performances of players.

Here are some fantasy cricket betting tips that you can use when getting your team in place for the 2nd ODI between England and Australia.

  • Eoin Morgan, the captain of England team, can be the captain of your fantasy cricket team

  • Australia is being captained by Time Paine, but don’t include him in the team as he is ill. At the time of the toss it will be decided whether Paine will be part of the playing 11 or not. So, it is best to avoid him altogether.

  • Don’t forget Kane Williamson and his outstanding performance in IPL. You have to select Kane Williamson in your fantasy cricket team and maybe designate him the captain or vice captain. His selection will allow you to win attractive cash prizes.

  • Don’t include Josh Hazlewood in your virtual team as he is out due to injuries

  • You can select Jos Buttler as your wicket keeper if you like, but don’t forget his batting prowess

  • Other batsmen to include in your fantasy cricket team include Aaron Finch, Jason Roy, and Steven Smith

  • Andrew Tye is in form these days. So, you can include him in your fantasy cricket team and expect points for the wickets he takes.

  • Other bowlers to include are Stoinis, Maxwell and Moeen Ali. Moeen Ali can also be your opener

Make sure you select the best players for your fantasy cricket team so that you can win attractive cash prizes.

Pradeep Batham

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