Fantasy Cricket Tips: England vs Australia, 5th ODI, Jun 24, 2018

England is ranked number one while Australia is ranked number five in ODI ranking list. However, both teams are well matched and have excellent players. However, when it comes to fantasy cricket, choose a mix of English and Australian players.

Here are some fantasy cricket betting tips that you can use while putting your virtual team together:

  • Eoin Morgan has been quite successful as a captain. So, you can include him in your virtual team. If you like, you can make him the captain or vice captain

  • Tim Paine is captaining the Aussie side and can be included in your fantasy cricket team. He too can be made into a captain or vice captain

  • Forget about David Warner and Steve Smith as they are out of the Aussie side due to a ban

  • But you will not miss Warner or Smith, as there are players like Aaron Finch, Ashton Agar, Billy Stanlake, and Alex Carey

  • You can make Alex Carey into your wicket-keeper. Don’t choose Paine, as you will be missing out on vital points if he scores well and is the captain or vice captain

  • Your all-rounder can be Glenn Maxwell, but there are other bowlers too who can bat and bowl equally well if not better

  • Other batsmen who can choose for your fantasy cricket team include Joe Root, Moeen Ali, Alex Hales, and Tom Curran

  • Your wicket-taking bowlers can be Jake Ball (England), Marcus Stoinis (Australia), and Travis Head (Australia)

  • You can also include Andrew Tye as a bowler

  • However, given that there are great bowlers on both sides, make sure you don’t end up choosing a fantasy cricket team that is bowler-heavy. There are batsmen as well who can perform, like Kane Richardson, Shaun Marsh, and Jos Buttler.

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