5 Bowlers to Look Out for World T20 2021

Though it is said that T20 is a game for the batsmen, there are bowlers who can change the scenario at any time. The UAE pitches will be a lot like the Indian pitches, which are expected to favor the spinners. Though it will be silly to rule out the speedsters who can take the tide of the match into their own hands.

T20 is the shortest format of cricket, and cricket fans love those towering sixes and high-scoring enthralling matches. The cricket fanatics who play daily fantasy cricket and other online fantasy cricket games battle it out of the field in what is also a pretty fierce competition.

In this article, we discuss 5 bowlers who can change the course of the match at any time.

RASHID KHAN

The spinning wizard from Afghanistan is a bowler who keeps the wickets tumbling and has a great economic rate. Wherever he plays, be it for the national side, IPL, or Big Bash, he is a batsmen’s nightmare and even the greatest batsmen in world cricket find it hard to hit him for runs. Rashid will be rightfully supported by Mohammad Nabi and Mujeeb ur Rehman, the latter being a spinner. Nabi will also play a vital role in the Afghan bowling lineup, as he has bags of experience with him.

TABRAIZ SHAMSI

The South African spinner and current number one T20I bowler, Shamsi will be leading the Proteas bowling attack. Shamsi has this uncanny nature of striking with a few loose deliveries, and he will be looking for apt support from other experienced bowlers like Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi. Besides them, bowlers like Chris Morris and Andre Nortje will have key roles in South Africa’s road to glory.

MITCHEL STARC

The Aussie pacer will run down fiercely in search of those early wickets. He is a dream to have for any captain and has experience with him. He is no new to this format or competition and will play a significant role if Australia has to win their maiden T20 World Cup. The Australians will bank on Starc as well as his other pace counterparts like Josh Hazlewood and Kane Richardson to fire all cylinders. The spinning duo of Aston Agar and Adam Zampa is something that will be handy for batsmen as they are in great form currently and Zampa has experience of playing on these sticky, slow, and turning pitches.

TRENT BOULT

Like Starc, the Mumbai Indians’ left-arm bowler, Trent Boult can be Kane Williamson’s main bet towards success. Boult not only picks up wickets but is good at the end of the innings. Besides him, Lockie Ferguson and spinner Ish Sodhi will be crucial and decide how far the Kiwis progress.

JASPRIT BUMRAH

Indian bowling attack and Bumrah have been synonymous for a decent time. The ‘Yorker king’ will come to all guns blazing and his pace variations can be tricky for batsmen to gauge. Bumrah being a wicket-taking and economical bowler can play a game-changing role on any given day. Besides captain Kohli depends on Bumrah at the start and end of the innings. It is to be seen which bowler from the above-mentioned article creates the biggest downside for batsmen, as all of them carry vigor, experience, and attitude to take the pressure and deliver for their respective nations.

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5 Batsmen to Watch Out for in World T20 2021

The shortest format of cricket returns to UAE this year, with the World T20 being held in October and November. The tournament will feature 16 teams, with classy players who can be the game-changer at any moment. As the players will don their national jerseys and put up the fight on the field, the stakes will be high in fantasy cricket in India, and other fantasy sites, as the entire world will play fantasy cricket.

The cricket enthusiasts in a cricket-worshipped nation like India will keep cheering for the ‘Men in Blues’ as Virat and his boys battle the best cricketing nations, to bring home the coveted trophy after a gap of 14 years.

There will be many cricketers and teams to look out for, as we discuss 5 batsmen who can take UAE by storm.

BABAR AZAM

The right-handed Pakistani opener and T20 expert Azam is currently number one in the ICC T20 batsman ranking. The hopes of Pakistan winning the cup highly depends on his shoulders, as he needs to perform consistently throughout the tournament, and give Pakistan blistering starts before and during the power play. Whether Pakistan goes all the way and wins the laurel after 2009 is to be seen. Although the team that won their only T20 World Cup was more balanced, being led by Younis Khan and boasting the likes of Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik, and Misbah-ul-Haq amongst others. This time Babar will have to play his ‘A’ game and also have to handle the pressure of captaincy.

VIRAT KOHLI

Do we need to say anything more about India’s captain and chase master Virat? Probably nothing related to his batting! Kohli can be a bowler’s nightmare on his day, though India’s team selection must be correct all along. In competitions like these, there aren’t any easy games and the wounds are still fresh from the defeat to the Kiwis in England, a couple of summers back. It is to be seen how India’s poster boy handles his batting, captaincy, and the pressure and hype from the media.

ROHIT SHARMA

The ‘Hitman’, as called by his fans, will apparently be playing his last T20 World Cup. The Indian opener who has three double hundreds to his name in limited-overs cricket will look to give India a flying start in every game, with Shikhar Dhawan or Subham Gill at the other end. To post high scores while batting first, or while chasing a high total, the Indian top-order needs to be at their impeccable best, where Rohit has a major role to play.

DAVID WARNER

The fearless left-handed opener will be a reason for the “Baggy Green’ supporters to cheer when it comes to batting. With UAE wickets a lot like those Indian spinning pitches, and Warner, courtesy of playing in IPL for so long, will hold an advantageous position. The Aussie opener will be pairing upfront with another T20 specialist in Aaron Finch, and the middle order will be fulcrum by Glenn Maxwell.

DAVID MALAN

Another left-handed hard-hitting batsman, Malan might pick a few MOM awards and the English soldiers will look to him to keep the scoreboard moving, along with players like Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, and Johnny Bairstow. It will be harsh not to mention the name of Benjamin Stokes, the hero from the 2019 final when England lifted the World Cup on home soil. The T20 World Cup, 2021, will be a good platform for English sports, after losing the Euro final to Italy at Wembley. 

It is said that the T20 format is one for the batsmen. With those over-boundaries and classy fours, along with quick running between wickets, it is to be seen which batsman flares the best and carry their respective nations towards the pinnacle of success.

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5 Favorite Teams to win World T20 2021

Last year’s T20 World Cup which was to be held in Australia and New Zealand in the latter part of the year, has been shifted to the United Arab Emirates (according to the latest news from BCCI), with India being the unofficial hosts. 16 teams will participate in the shortest format of cricket in this year’s cricket world cup, probably to be held across three to four venues in UAE. 

India, the unofficial hosts and a powerhouse in world cricket, will be the favorites to win this year’s tournament, along with teams like Australia, England, New Zealand, and West Indies. We can’t completely write off Pakistan and South Africa, though the above 5 teams will dominate mostly as per the experts.  Such global tournaments are treated like festivals in our country, not only because of the on-field battle but also for the fantasy cricket league booming with crazy cricket lovers indulging themselves in the battle of supremacy off it. 

The likes of Virat Kohli’s, Steve Smith’s, Eoin Morgan’s will be the hottest and trending topics in daily fantasy cricket never to leave out Christopher Gayle, and the Pollard’s, considering the format.

INDIA 

India will bank on bowlers like Md. Shiraj, Md. Shami and Jasprit Bumrah in the pace department and the likes of Washington Sundar and Chahal will be put in action, leading the spin attack. Our front-line batsmen need to perform consistently throughout the competition, with Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Kohli, and Rishav Pant, and all-rounder Hardik Pandya getting big scores for their bowlers to defend – and chase the 150-170 plus totals, sometimes even more, if India has to go all the way and lift the World Cup T20 for the second time, a first under the captainship of Virat Kohli.

ENGLAND

The Englishmen will depend on KKR’s interim captain Eoin Morgan to lead from the front, with Jos Buttler and Joe Root to give due support at the top of the order, and the man from 2019 50 over World Cup, all-rounder Benjamin Stokes to play a pivotal role in both batting and bowling.

AUSTRALIA

The initial hosts and superpowers Australia will bank on Steve Smith, their number one batsman in all formats, with the likes of Mitchel Stark to lead the bowling department with Hazlewood – the spinning duties going to Aston Agar and Adam Zampa. Players like David Warner, Aaron Finch, and Glenn Maxwell will have to play crucial roles while batting if the Aussies hope to lift their maiden T20 WC.

NEW ZEALAND

Led by their soft-spoken, calm, and composed skipper in Williamson, New Zealand are the dark horses this time around, the losing finalists of the 2019 WC. If the Kiwis want to win their first-ever international trophy (World Cup), Ross Taylor, Colin Munro, and Martin Guptill have to play their A-game.

WEST INDIES

Needless to mention, T20 cricket is about those over boundaries landing in the crowd, and who better than the likes of Chris Gayle, Pollard, and the Russel’s. The Caribbean superstars need to be consistent, the likes of Nicolas Pooran and Carlos Braithwaite in the middle and towards the end, and the bowling attack led by young Sheldon Cottrell, must restrict oppositions from posting those high totals.

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3 Cricketers Who Loved and Attempted Playing Helicopter Shot

Cricket has always been an entertaining game. Innovative shots, enthralling bowling techniques, funny dismissals – you’ll get to see a lot in the game. The funny part is that several names have been allotted to these shots as well. One such shot is the helicopter shot delivered by coolest captain of Indian cricket team MS Dhoni. Dhoni is known among the fantasy cricket lovers because of this shot. However, this signature shot has been improvised and used by many other batsmen for their innings!  

Although the history of Dhoni learning this shot is quite famous, however it’s quite evitable from the way the others try this shot, that they are trying to copy the same. although while playing fantasy cricket, getting such awesome players into the team are a plus point. However, if this shot is not played well, then the striker may get himself out of the field.  

Surprisingly we’ve found out a few on the list, who can really play the shot well. MS Dhoni, surely a tough competition for you!  

Abdul Razzaq 

In 2000, long before Dhoni started playing this shot, Razzaq tired the same in a test match against England. Although the video of the stroke might look same, however the outcome was different. He was not able to score 6 runs and hence didn’t go further into trying this shot for the rest of the match. Online fantasy games were not prevalent at that time. Otherwise, fans would have made this shot famous at the very instant!  

Sachin Tendulkar 

Surprised to see this name on the list? Well, the little master has his own set of skills to try out the helicopter shot. In 2002, again way before Dhoni made it famous, Tendulakr hit the shot against England in an ODI. First time the timing of the hit was not correct. He didn’t manage to get 6 runs. But in the very next ball he tried again and got the result! Not only Dhoni, he is also a master of such shots. However, Dhoni is more comfortable in hitting the shots compared to any other cricketer. 

Ben Cutting 

Now moving on from the Indian list, the shot has been tried by the Australian batsmen as well. Cutting brilliantly displayed his batting skills by playing the helicopter shot in the same manner like Dhoni during a domestic ODI. His first attempt was a perfection and commentators were highly impressed with the way he managed to grip the shot. Thus he became a popular name among the fantasy cricket leagues and players were focused on taking this man into the team for his near perfect attempts.  

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4 Cricketers Who Surprisingly Switched Nationalities in Between Their International Career

Being a cricket freak you might have come across cricketers who have played for two countries in their career. But there’re also a few who have drastically switched nationalities when they were already at the peak of their cricketing careerFantasy cricket in India is played largely with players all majorly belonging from India. However, there’re such players who had the madness of changing their nationalities suddenly.  

On analyzing the same, critics have found that the majority of the players feel playing in domestic leagues will not take them a long way. That’s the reason they prefer switching their nationalities. For fantasy cricket players, remembering this fact is essential while choosing players for teams.  

Dirk Nannes 

Originally born in Australia, Nannes played domestic cricket in Australia for a long time. However, the Australian selectors were too snub to allow him into the Australian cricket team. That’s when this talented man decided to become a part of the Netherlands team rather than wasting his cricketing skills. Finally, he made his debut in T20 internationals in 2009 from Dutch team.  

Eoin Morgan 

This name is known to all playing fantasy cricket. Although he is a known name among the England cricket team, however previously he started his international career with Ireland which was his home country. Although he was always adored by the team and was doing well, however playing internationals for England’s team was a career building decision for him.  

Roelof van der Merwe 

He was born in Johannesburg and played for South African domestic cricket for a long time. Then suddenly in search for a better exposure, he changed his international debut career and started playing for Australia. He was playing in the ODI team for Australia for a long time. Although there was no problem with him playing for the South African ODIs, however he changed his nationality in order to great a better exposure. Very confusing for the ones who are interested in playing fantasy cricket games!  

Kepler Wessels 

Wessels was a famous name among the South African cricketers. He captained more than one international during the 1990s. He sported the Baggy Green for a span of 24 Test matches and also played for them in 54 ODIs. Then he became a part of the Australian cricket team for at least 4 years in a row. Fantasy sports was not very relevant at that time. This was the time between 1991 to 1994 and Hansie Cronje another legend took over after the retirement of Wessels. 

These are some of the names which have made a mark in cricketing fraternity. Although majority of the names are unknown to players who play fantasy cricket games, however knowing these facts will surely blow the mind of the cricket lovers. These players have changed their nationality out of choice. They’ve made a good mark in both the nationalities equally. In case they would have sticked to one particular nationality, then it would have been a miss on the part of the national teams on some great talents.  

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Fascinating Bowling Deliveries and Their History in World Cricket

Cricket has a long history of changes. The older the age of the sport is, the greater number of controversies and changes have taken place. With online fantasy cricket coming into trend, cricket lovers have seen another major change in the sporting activities. Although many are of the opinion that cricket has originated from lawn bowls, however the delivery of ball with hands is the thing that makes cricket unique in the genre of other sports.  

While playing fantasy cricket games, bowling is an important thing that you need to keep in mind. Let’s say you’ve selected an all-rounder, few good batsmen, a brilliant wicket keeper. What’s next? Did you forget to get hold of a spin bowler in your team! Then, my friend, you’ll definitely lose the fantasy cricket league.  

To help all cricket lovers understand the importance of bowling, here’s a brief history of the same. 

Underarm bowling and how it began 

While watching a match, you must’ve heard this word “underarm bowling” thousands and millions of times. But have you ever wondered about its origin? Till the 1st half of the 19th century, this was used by majority players. Later the concept of overarm bowling was discovered by a bro-sis duo! The popular Willes duo are remembered till date for the invention of the same.  

Different types of bowling deliveries 

From the time overarm bowling became a legal concept in cricket, different types of ball deliveries started cropping up! Based on the delivery, speed, movement of limbs and pace you can select the best fast bowlers or the best spin bowlers for playing fantasy cricket in India.  

Fast bowling 

When a good speed and paced player balls, it is simply called the fast bowling. He can swing the ball and control the speed based on the type of shot he wants from the batsman. Keeping a good fast bowler in the fantasy cricket game will definitely help you win the match.  Some of the deliveries of fast bowling or medium fast bowling includes bouncers, inswing, outswing and yorker. So, whenever you built up your fantasy cricket team, make sure that you keep some of these in your team.  

Spin bowling 

With passage of time when the bowlers felt that ere fast bowling is not enough to get the desired players out from the game, the concept of spin bowling was introduced. Either off spin or leg spin both of them do wonderous jobs on the field. Although you might not get many gifted leg spinners in the cricketing history, however the ones who have enriched the game are being remembered for centuries now.  

Next time when you indulge in online fantasy games, if cricket is your favorite, then keep in mind the importance of bowling deliveries and the role of bowlers in the games. If you dive deep into the history of fantasy games, you’ll be amazed to find that there have been many controversial bowling deliveries till date! However, that’s what makes the game worth!  

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4 Mesmerizing Performances by Cricketers on Their Birthdays

Successful cricketers always dream of playing and giving the best performance for their respective countries. Bringing pride, honor and success to their country not only makes them happy but also fulfill their dream of being a good cricketer. Browsing through the pages of world cricket, there has been instances where cricketers have luckily given awesome performances during their birthdays. 

Fantasy cricket in India is one such platform for the cricket lovers. Here the cricket lovers have been able to extravagantly use their cricketing skills to build up their teams and win lots of money! The incidents where the cricketers have gifted themselves a special day by putting up some memorable performances are quiet a few in the history.  

Let’s check out some of them. While making new team for the online fantasy game, you can recall these fun facts as well.  

Jason Gillespie’s 200 runs 

The year was 2006. This unbelievable stunt took place when Gillespie cam to bat in the third number for Australian team. Unbelievably, he made 201 runs off 425 balls and helped Australia win the match against Bangladesh with 80 runs. 19th April, the day this memorable event took place, was his birthday. People say it was definitely a lucky day for this tall fast bowler of the Australian team. Such miraculous happenings create a huge difference in the field of fantasy cricket.  

World cup century of Ross Taylor 

Getting a century in the world cup is unquestionably an achievement and a dream. Ross Taylor of New Zealand made his dream successful on his 27th birthday during the 2011 ODI world cup between NZ and Pakistan. All fantasy game players were worries because NZ started off bad. They lost 2 wickets at the very beginning of the game. But Taylor made sure that he wanted a memorable 27th birthday. He scored 131 runs from 124 balls and made it impossible for Pakistan to follow the lead.  

Hattrick at Ashe’s tournament 

Peter Siddle was celebrating his 26th birthday during this particular match. Ashes was a crucial match in 2010 because the merit of the players were determined by the performance of the players in the Ashes match. This match was more crucial because it was between England and Australia. Peter Siddle of England took 3 wickets in 3 balls and made sure that England won the Ashes trophy after 23 years that too by defeating Australia in their home ground. Indeed, a proud and memorable moment for Siddle who had two things to celebrate that day – one is the win and the other was his birthday!  

Yuvraj Singh’s All-rounder performance 

It is a known fact to all fantasy sports lover that Yuvraj Singh is an all rounder in the team. But in the year 2009, he did what he is famous for. First, he batted wonderfully and then he took 3 wickets out of 23 runs and helped India chase down the big total or 206 runs. He was declared the man of match and this became more special because it was his birthday that day!  

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4 Common Myths Of Fantasy Cricket leagues Busted

Cricket is unquestionably one of the popular sports. With Indian T20 league just a few steps away, cricket freaks are all set to make teams in fantasy cricket leagues and earn millions and billions by playing the game smartly. Previously when fantasy sports were not present, playing along was not an option. However, this concept has been successful in keeping thousands and millions glued to the match till the ending.  

However, any novice checking out the game from outside feels that it’s easy. Just create a team, follow the actual gameplay and keeping scoring and adding cash to your bank account! If you’re one of them, then you’re wrong! Busting these myths of fantasy games is essential.  

To play a successful game of cricket and win high, stop believing in these 5 myths.  

Myth1: Your favorite player should be in your team 

No and never! You can be an ardent fan of Chris Gayle or MS Dhoni, but emotions don’t work while playing fantasy cricket games. Creating a good team is the most essential aspect. Since you’re getting a chance to build one, doesn’t mean that you’re a god! Choose wisely. Moreover, engage yourself into sufficient research before you dive into make a decision! 

Myth2: You can become a billionaire overnight 

Of course not! You might find a lot of success stories being posted on the fantasy cricket apps. But winning is not always guaranteed in the game. If your team is not up to the mark, or god forbid if your captain or high-ranking batsmen are not able to perform good in the live match, then there’s absolutely no way for you to earn in millions.  

Myth 3: Captain and vice-captains are not at important 

Yes, there are veterans who feel that they can take up any player as the captain or vice-captain and win the game! However, that’s a myth! Majority of the fantasy cricket apps keep twice and 1.5 times points for these two positions. So, concentrating merely on the batsmen and bowlers will not do wonders.  

Myth 4: Not knowing about cricket can help you win 

If you’ve only some amount of knowledge about cricket, then its advisable not to invest money in fantasy cricket leagues. You may not even get your money’s worth! You’ve to be a living encyclopedia of cricket in order to be a pro fantasy cricket player. Even knowing will not be suffice. Rather you’ve to keep yourself updated all the time with whatever is happening in cricket fraternity. A small miss will land you into trouble!  

Myth 5: if you’re lucky you win fantasy cricket matches 

Luck in reality plays zero role in making you a winner of the online fantasy games. Not only fantasy cricket but also any other online game needs a high amount of skill and rational thinking capacity. If you lack the same, then this is not the genre for you!  

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4 Miraculous Half-centuries in ODI by Indian Cricketers

ODI is one of the most popular versions of cricket that every fantasy cricket lover is fond of. In terms of batting, wickets and run-rates, ODIs definitely tops the list. 50 overs are enough for a team to show the skills. Getting a half-century or a 50 is not a rare thing in ODI cricket. Thus, there’ve been lots of records on the same where many batsmen have scored the 50s for their different teams. 

Among them, Indian cricket team has been in the leading upfront. Some of the notable mentions in this list are Yuvraj Singh, Rahul Dravid, Virendra Sehwag and a new addition Krunal Pandya. Online fantasy game players love this kind of performance because such brilliant strike rates help them to move up the ladder!  

Fantasy cricket in India has gained popularity in the recent years, but in this list you’ll find names and instances where Indian cricketers have blasted their way into the game with some of the fastest half-centuries in ODIs. 

Krunal Pandya 

Although there’s a list of legendary Indian players in this list, however Krunal Pandya deserves a special mention since he is till date the only Indian cricketer to have scored 50 runs out of 26 balls as a debutant in ODI. In 1990 John Morris was the other debutant who has set this record, but Pandya overtook him and made the runs in 26 balls whereas Morris had used 35 balls to reach half-century.  

Ajit Agarkar 

Technically should be the top of the list, Agarkar got 67 runs out of 39 balls in which the half-cenury was scored within 21balls! Although this incident happened nearly 20 years ago in Rajkot when there was no concept of fantasy cricket leagues, however the likes of Agarkar till date is being recalled by all cricket lovers!  

Yuvraj Singh 

In a 3-match series between India and Bangladesh, when the Indian cricket fans were devasted by the loss of India against Bangladesh in match 1, Yuvraj Singh came as a life -saver. In the 2nd match within 22 balls, this maestro managed to score 50 runs. Although he was dismissed at 69 runs, however his high run rate within such short period made India win the match with 91 runs! That’s the reason Yuvraj Singh has always been a favorite name for fantasy sports lovers!  

Rahul Dravid 

The most dependable player of Indian cricket team, Dravid was well-known for his ability to play calmly and get the team out of any tricky situations. In the match where Dravid managed to get 50 from 22 balls, the big names like Sehwag and Tendulkar has managed to score 130 and 102 each. But when Dravid walked into the game in the 44th over, cricket fans were assured of the win of India. 5 fours and 3 sixes marked India’s way into the TVS cup. Bad luck for the ones who play fantasy cricket now. There’s no replacement for Dravid.  

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Why Play Fantasy Cricket During Indian T20 Leagues?

Indian T20 leagues are probably the best platform to showcase talents and entertain the cricketer lovers immensely. Every year before the commencement of this league, fantasy game lovers eagerly wait for the matches because the mere concept of combining domestic players along with the foreign players is highly attractive.  

Indian T20 leagues provides unlimited fun and excitement and lets the fantasy cricket lovers to win millions and billions of funds within a few days. However, the link between playing online fantasy games and Indian T20 leagues are most-talked about.  If you’re also interested in putting up fantasy cricket leagues into action, then the coming Indian t20 leagues session is the best time for the same.  

Make teams and earn money 

Fantasy cricket in India can be played by developing cricket teams of own choice. During Indian T20 leagues, the fantasy cricket players get the chance of making their own team. So, the dream of living the reality through the virtual game play becomes successful once fantasy cricket leagues are established.  

Best platform to use cricketing knowledge 

There’re ample number of people who have the annoying attitude of flaunting a lot of knowledge about cricket here and there. Are you tired of hearing such nonsense facts? Then, playing fantasy cricket during Indian T20 can help you relax a bit. The amount of cricketing knowledge that you might be having can help you get through the scoreboard. Taking up the right players and selecting the right set of strategies can make you an invincible player of fantasy cricket leagues.  

Updated information on the cricketing world 

If you’re a true cricket fan, then keeping yourself updated about the latest news and information on players and cricketing world can be helpful at times. In case of Indian T20 leagues, playing the online games can easily help you develop some good amount of exciting knowledge about the cricket fraternity. Since the Indian T20 leagues involves the participation of the foreign players as well, hence things get more exciting, entertaining and thrilling!  

Money making options 

Indian T20 leagues are undoubtedly the best platform for fantasy game players to make a whole lot of money. The more runs your players score, the better rank you’ll get in the game. And so Indian T20 leagues are a good platform that can help you earn a lot of money. Such is the format of Indian T20 leagues that you can form the team using both Indian and foreign players. So, pick up the skilled ones and reach to the peak of the score board. You’ll definitely make a lot of money out of the same.  

Register yourself in a best fantasy gaming app and make your own fantasy cricket leagues. Follow the trends of the Indian T20 leagues and make your own game. The sooner you play, the better.  

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