Fantasy Cricket Tips: England vs Australia, 4th ODI, Jun 21, 2018

The fourth ODI between two equally matched teams should be interesting after a topsy-turvy previous three matches. England is the number one ranked ODI team whereas Australia is ranked number five. However, these rankings do not depict the potential of individual players which want you have to focus on for fantasy cricket.

If you are fantasy cricket lover, you need to know which players to choose for your fantasy cricket team. Here are some fantasy cricket betting tips that you should be aware of:

  • England and Australia are well-match, but Riverside has been a happy hunting ground for the English team. So, try to include more English players in key positions

  • Both Eoin Morgan and Tim Paine are proving to be good captains. You may want both in your fantasy cricket team as captain and vice captain

  • Make sure you include Aaron Finch in the top order, as he is capable of scoring runs

  • When it comes to the all-rounder, you have a choice between Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell. Opt for Marsh and make Maxwell your key wicket-taker

  • Other bowlers that you should think of including in your virtual cricket team are Marcus Stoinis and Andrew Tye

  • Keep Alex Hales and Moeen Ali as your opening pair

  • You can also choose Jason Roy, David Wiley, Tom Curran, and Sam Billings

  • Ben Stokes has not had a lot of batting practice as he has been out due to legal woes. Be careful while selecting him

  • You should not forget Kane Richardson and Ashton Agar. Richardson has had a successful stint in IPL 2018 while Agar has been unstoppable

  • Travis Head, Jhye Richardson, Jake Ball, Joe Root, and Liam Plunkett are few other in-form players who will make great addition to your fantasy cricket team

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