Fantasy Cricket Tips: England vs Australia, 1st ODI, Jun 13, 2018

As a fantasy cricket player, you will be keen to know how to select your virtual team. Well, it is prudent to remember that the team selection should be taking into consideration the current performance of the players and not the team.

When it comes to England and Australia, there is no dearth of talent. Both teams have the best batsmen and wicket-taking bowlers. Remember, Australia is without David Warner and Steve Smith. Both are facing a ban after the ball tampering incident in South Africa.

Here are some fantasy cricket betting tips that will help you create the right team that is capable of winning a lot of points and attractive cash prizes:

  • You can choose Eoin Morgan and Tim Paine as the captain and vice captain.

  • You also have a choice to select Kane Williamson as the captain. After all, he had a successful run at the recently concluded IPL.

  • Moeen Ali will be a good choice for your fantasy cricket team. He enjoys batting at The Oval and is a prolific run scorer.

  • When it comes to bowling, there is no dearth of good bowlers. You can choose Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Glenn Maxwell, and Adil Rashid to spearhead your bowling attack.

  • When it comes to all-rounders, you have a wide choice. There are D’Arcy Short, Glenn Maxwell, David Wiley, Liam Plunkett, and Ben Stokes that you can opt for. However, make sure you choose the player wisely, as some of them are outstanding bowlers and hence, major wicket-takers.

  • Aaron Finch is among the best T20 batsmen. So, you need to include him in your fantasy cricket team along with Joe Root, Sam Billings, Ashton Agar, and Billy Stanlake. These are all prolific batsmen who can change the face of the game in a single over.

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