Fantasy Cricket Tips: England vs Australia, 3rd ODI, Jun 19, 2018

If you are a fantasy cricket lover, you need to know which players to choose for your fantasy cricket team. It can be tough and overwhelming to choose players as both the English and Australian sides have some of the best ODI players in the world.

Here are some players that you can choose for your fantasy cricket team, but wait for the final list to be announced the morning of the ODI. It will give you a clearer picture who will be in the playing 11, and you can tweak your fantasy cricket team accordingly.

  • Eoin Morgan is captaining the English team and you should include him your fantasy cricket team.

  • You can select Morgan as the captain for your fantasy cricket team and Aaron Finch as the Vice captain.

  • Aaron Finch had a great outing in IPL 2018, and you can expect that form to carry on when the English taken on the Australian

  • Ashton Agar is a good choice. He can bowl and bat. So, can be your virtual team’s all-rounder

  • Nathan Lyon has taken the most wickets in test matches as an off-spinner. You can expect him to curtail the English side with his bowling and also take wicket

  • Don’t forget to include the opening batsman of the Australian team D’Arcy Short. You can make him and Moeen Ali your opening pair, or pair Short with Alex Hales

  • Other players whom you can include in your fantasy cricket team are JT Ball, Liam Plunkett, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, TK Curran, Jhye Richardson

  • Don’t disregard Andrew Tye, who can play when it matters the most. He is a good bowler and has the ability to catch off his bowling

  • Make sure you select Glenn Maxwell as your strike bowler


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