Cricketers with Most International Centuries

A batsman is most often defined by the number of centuries he has scored in his cricket career. Yes, we know that is not the only criteria to be called as the good batsman, though it is an important stat. When we play fantasy cricket at 11wickets App, best fantasy platform, these centuries make a good figure for our scorecard. 

When aonline cricket game career is long, the batsmen get the scope to play longer, score more runs and make more centuries. 

Get to know the cricketers who have scored the maximum number of international centuries in their fantasy cricket league career. 

Sachin Tendulkar (India) 

The Little Master of International Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar played from 1989 to 2013. Not just in India, he is considered one of the greatest batsmen in the international cricket. He has played 664 matches with a total of 782 innings. He has scored 100 centuries which includes 51 test centuries and 49 ODI centuries. 

Ricky Ponting (Australia) 

The former skipper of Australian cricket team, Ricky Ponting has a cricket career from 1995 to 2012. He has played 560 matches with a total of 668 innings. He has scored 71 centuries which includes 41 test centuries and 30 ODI centuries. 

Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) 

The former captain of the Sri Lankan national team, Kumar Sangakkara is widely regarded as one of the world’s most influential cricketers and one of the greatest batsmen of all-time. He played from 2000 to 2015. He has played 594 matches with a total of 666 innings. He has scored 63 centuries which includes 38 test centuries and 25 ODI centuries. 

Jacques Kallis (South Africa) 

The former South African skipper and talented batsman, Jacques Kallis played from 1995 to 2014. He has played 519 matches with a total of 617 innings. He has scored 62 centuries which includes 45 test centuries and 17 ODI centuries. 

Virat Kohli (India) 

The present Indian team skipper and one of the best batsmen of the world, Virat Kohli, started his international cricket career from 2008 and is still playing. In his 10+ years cricket career, he has played 347 matches with a total of 386 innings till now. Kohli has scored 60 centuries which includes 24 test centuries and 36 ODI centuries as of now. And we wish we can see him scoring more centuries for his team in the near future. 

Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) 

The former Sri Lankan Cricketer, Mahela Jayawardene played from 1997 to 2015. He has played 652 matches with a total of 725 innings. He has scored 34 centuries which includes 19 test centuries and 1 ODI centuries.  

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Fantasy Cricket – 10 Types of Cricket Fans of India

Cricket is considered a religion in our country with cricketers as the God. Sachin was the talk of the nation in his time. Then came Dhoni a little later while Kohli rules the fantasy cricket fans now. 

Despite host of things happening in the country, most of the discussions revolve around cricket and it is probably the only sport an Indian kid wouldn’t miss playing whether on-field or daily fantasy cricket. As a result, we get a host of different kind of fans and opinions flying around. 

Here’s a look at the 10 types of cricket fans we find in India. Find out which one is you and play fantasy cricket league at 11wickets App for Android/iOS: 

Know it all fans 

If you are not one of these, you have surely met on of them or have one of these in your group. These fans are self-proclaimed cricket experts and there won’t be a thing they don’t know. They would tell you how any decision or action by the players would have been done different. And how it would have made all the difference. 

The commentator fans 

“He dived to his right to take that great catch.” “What a beautiful drive.” “And that’s a four.” “What a beautiful drive.” 

This is what you get to hear if you sit next to a commentator fan. These fans cannot stop their continuous commentary as the screen unfold the action. 

Just India-Pakistan fans 

These are the fans who are only anxious about Indian team beating the Pakistan cricket team in any match. For these fans India-Pakistan is the only match and the final of any tournament. They do not care about who wins the tournament, but India has to win it. 

The extremist fans 

These are the fans who have the habit of overreacting on every situation. Be it a dot ball or an ball rolling down for a boundary. 

The purist fans 

These are the fans who follow only test cricket. For them all other formats of cricket are impure and worthless. They believe test cricket is the real cricket. 

The T20 fans 

These are the fans who finds the test cricket very boring and T20 thrilling. These fans are the fans of fast paced cricket sport. For them T20 is only worth watching. 

The “I told you” fan 

These are the fortune tellers disguised as cricket fans. These fans will tell you “I told you” for any action that unfolds on the pitch. Their reaction to everything will be “See, I told you.” 

The blaming fans 

These are the fans who can put the blame on anything and everything apart from the fact that the team didn’t perform well for a match. 

Kohli/Yuvi/Mahi diehard fans 

These are the fans who have a liking for particular cricketers. In their opinion, their favorites cannot put a wrong foot. These fans won’t accept that their favorite player committed any mistake or played poorly ever. What loyal fans they are! 

Watch cricket for food fans 

These are the fans who watch the sport only to have good food either alone or with their friends and family. 

Who are you among these? We guess, you have already found yourself and laughing at our description of yours!  

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Fantasy Cricket – Basics of Umpire Decision Review System

We know you are a tremendous fan of cricket and do not just stop at just watching any cricket match. Along with cricket, you also are a fan of the daily fantasy cricket games. Cricket is the sport in which the course of the game can get changed at any moment. 

And this moment of change leads you to the winning of your fantasy cricket team made at 11Wickets. You might have heard and seen many instances of the Umpire Decision Review System during the cricket matches.  

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The Umpire Decision Review System, which is shortened as UDRS or DRS, is a technology-based system employed in cricket. The system was first introduced in Test cricket, for the only purpose of examining controversial decisions made by the on-field umpires as to if or not a batsman had been dismissed. The system was first tested in an India v Sri Lanka match in 2008, and was officially launched by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on 24 November 2009 during the first Test match between New Zealand and Pakistan at the University Oval in Dunedin. It was initially used in One Day Internationals (ODI) in January 2011, during England’s tour of Australia. 

The initial days 

The ICC initially made the UDRS necessary in all international matches, but later on made its usage optional, so that the model would only be used if both teams agree. The ICC has agreed to keep going to work on the concept and will try to include its use into all ICC events. 

In October 2012, the ICC made changes on LBW protocols, increasing the margin of doubt when the ball hits the batsman’s pad. 

In July 2016, the rules were changed once again, reducing the margin of doubt. 

The up to date rules were first used in the ODI match between Ireland and South Africa in September 2016. 

In September 2013, the ICC declared that for a trial period starting in October 2013, a team’s referrals would be reset to two after 80 overs in an innings in Test matches. Previously each team had a maximum of two not successful reviews in an innings. 

In February 2017 the ICC agreed the usage for all future ICC World Twenty20 tournaments, with one review per team. 

The first T20 tournament scheduled to make use of the concept will be the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20. 

It was utilized in Knockout stages of Pakistan Super League 2017 It was the first time DRS utilized in a T20 league. 

The System 

Every team could make a maximum of two unsuccessful review requests per 80 overs in a Test match, and no more than one unsuccessful review request every innings in a ODI. A fielding team might use the system to dispute a “not out” call and a batting team might use it to dispute an “out” decision. The fielding team skipper or the batsman being dismissed creates the challenge by signalling a “T” with the arms. Once the challenge is invoked, identified, and agreed, the Third Umpire reviews the play.  

Also, at their discretion, field umpires may request the Third Umpire to review certain close calls such as line calls (to determine run outs and stumping), boundary calls (to see if a batsman hit a four or a six), or for close catch calls where neither umpire is sure if a catch was made. A challenge is only used in situations that did or could result in a dismissal: for instance, to decide if the ball is a legal catch (making contact with the batsman’s bat or glove and not touching the ground before being held by a fielder) or if a delivery made the criteria for a leg before wicket dismissal (striking the ground in line or on the off side and striking the batsman in line with a path that would have strike the wicket).  

The third umpire 

The Third Umpire reports to the on-field umpire if his analysis works with the original call, contradicts the call, or is undetermined. The on-field umpire then makes the final decision: either re-signalling a call that is standing up or revoking a call that is being turned and then making the corrected signal. Each team can start referrals up to the limit on unsuccessful reviews. 

Under the DRS regulation, only plainly incorrect decisions are turned; if the Third Umpire’s analysis is within set up margins of error or is otherwise inconclusive, the on-field umpire’s initial call stands. 

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Factors Maximizing Chances of Winning Fantasy Cricket Games

Fantasy cricket is a popular online game for enjoying cricket wherever and whenever you want on your devices. This is name of existing game which is getting famous day by day due to its exciting features and attracting money making leagues. One can win a huge amount by just winning a league with ease and smartness. 

It is a game which can be played by anyone whether an expert or a newcomer in the world of digitalization. But, apart from its easy mode, the player needs smartness and should know some tricks while playing paid online fantasy cricket games as the player has invested to play. As they play fantasy cricket for money. 

That is why every gamer wants to know some tricks of things that can increase the chances of winning daily fantasy cricket leagues at 11Wickets App. Here are some ways which can maximize this chance and can give you an experience of winning. 

Keep rules in mind 

The most basic yet crucial part of any game is to read and learn the rules of that game. Without knowing rules and process of playing no one can be a master as he will be not able to play it effectively and loses the chance of winning. After reading and analyzing one can play the game with attentiveness and knowing all the formations. It is the most important criteria according to which one can make the team in any kind of fantasy game. 

Start with smaller leagues 

The best way to get experience in fantasy cricket leagues is to start with smaller leagues. This will help in learning the basic of the game and then mastering it by winning the main league and getting winning amount. 

In smaller leagues the different combinations of captain and vice-captain will help. You can end up with right combination. The best part of smaller leagues is that there can be maximum combinations in these leagues. It can give you a fair chance of coming out on top as compared to larger leagues. This will have the maximum impact on formation and will lead to better results and better scoring in final match. 

Team formations 

Team plays a very important role in this game. As this is a game depending on teamwork and performance of not only the captain but also of the whole team. So it is very important to take few such player which can have a better strike to increase points and maximizing the chance of winning. Due to high strike rates and good performance one can definitely win the game. 

Know your team 

team formation is very important but apart from that another thing which matters is to know about your team and know the ability of each and every player of team. Whether it is bowler, batsman and fielder. Also know the player among all who can control pitch and known to excel on the pitch conditions of the match. 

These were some basic tricks to win a fantasy cricket league and make your way towards more such victories. 

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Fantasy Cricket – Best Cricket All-Rounders of All Time

A good fantasy cricket all-rounder can make a decent Test team into a something brilliant. There are countless occasions where they’ve been able to lift their team from the doldrums or snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.  

History of online cricket games is littered with good all-rounders who have made a big impact with both the bat and the ball. However, there are five who are undoubtedly the cream of the crop. 

In our today’s post let’s take a peek at those 5 players. And we hope, you have been privileged to choose them in your daily fantasy cricket team of 11wicket App for Android/iOS.  

Gary Sobers (West Indies 1953-1974) 

Sobers’ sheer longevity is impressive enough, let alone his fantastic record for the Windies. At just 21 years old Sobers hit 365 which was a test record at the time whilst also being capable of phenomenal performances with the ball.  

His 6/73 was an excellent performance which helped to cement Sobers’ place as arguably the best cricket all-rounder of all time. 8032 test runs and 235 wickets give a clear indication of his overall ability and not many players can hold the claim that he has scored more runs with the bat than he has allowed with the ball! 

Kapil Dev (India 1978-1994) 

Wisden’s Indian cricketer of the last century is one of a select group of players who have scored more than 5000 runs and taken over 400 wickets – a phenomenal achievement. 23 5-wicket hauls and even 2 10-wicket returns give an idea of the impact that Kapil Dev had in test matches. As captain, Dev led India to the 1983 World Cup title – an achievement that cemented his place as one of the top all-rounders ever to grace a cricket wicket. 

Ian Botham (England 1977-1992) 

Ian “Beefy” Botham is without doubt the greatest English all-rounder of all time and he is thoroughly deserving of a place in the shortlist of greatest all-rounder in the world ever. Over 5000 test runs and 383 test wickets give a clear idea of his quality with both the bat and the ball and Botham played a significant role in the 1981 Ashes win over Australia.  

His 149 not out was rated as the 4th best innings of all time by Wisden and his 5 wickets for 1 run in the next test led England to a 3-1 win. Testament to Botham’s fantastic all-round ability is his brilliant record of 5 separate occasions where he scored a century and took 5 wickets – certainly a useful man to have in your team. 

Imran Khan (Pakistan 1971-1992) 

Pakistan’s greatest ever cricketer is well deserving of a place in this list. Almost 4000 runs and 400 wickets give Khan a comfortable place in this shortlist and his good record as captain of the Pakistan national side with only 8 defeats in 48 tests show how important his leadership was to his national side. In one of his most memorable (and final acts) as captain, he took the winning wicket at the 1992 World Cup final to clinch it for the only time in their history.  

Richard Hadlee (New Zealand 1973-1990) 

One of the few all-rounders to manage over 400 wickets, Hadlee is one of the most under-rated cricketers of all time. In just 86 tests he managed to also score over 3000 runs, a great achievement, considering he often battered lower down the order and was seen as crucial to his country’s chances of victory. On 36 occasions he managed a 5-wicket haul, by far the best return of any of the all-rounders on our shortlist and all while playing for one of the less fashionable nations.  

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Fantasy Cricket – Contribution of Indian Cricketers to the Sport

Cricket is one of the most popular games around the world, played by two sides, having eleven players each side. And this popularity of the sports has led to the advent of fantasy cricket games.  

One daily fantasy cricket batsman of the famous 11Wickets app stands at each end while a bowler throws the ball to hit at the sticks on stumps and the batsman stand before the stumps to hit the ball before it hits the stumps. Cricket as a sport is not as popular in other parts of the world as in India. 

In India, it is a national craze and it has always been so. In today’s online cricket games scenario, it can be said that cricket has become the identity of being an Indian sport. This is the charm of this game in the nation. In addition to this, the people are influenced by the aura of Cricket-stars with huge fan following. 

Height of the popularity 

No other country’s population follows this game as a prime time show on television or as a topic of discussion over the dining table. The cricketers have become superstars in country due to its popularity. Right from the day they are born, babies are taught to worship their cricketers and later when they are grown up, they are taught to vote for them. 

Contribution of the famous ones 

Few of the most famous Indian cricket personalities are Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Yuvraj Singh, Kapil Dev, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli. Sachin Tendulkar is considered as ‘God of Cricket’ and is famous as a superstar everywhere. The second most popular cricketer is Mahender Singh Dhoni, popularly known as Mahi among the young crowd. He is the icon for youngsters. Under his leadership, the Indian Cricket team managed to win first Twenty20 Cricket World Cup Championship in 2007. The M.S. Dhoni led team has been said to be the most successful teams Indian Cricket has eht over seen. 

If we talk about master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, his contribution to Indian cricket goes far beyond everything. He made people believe that India could take on any other side in the world. It would be difficult to think of Indian cricket without Sachin Tendulkar. He is not only admired for his amazing work on the field but also admired for his values as human being.  

During the era of Sourav Ganguly’s Captaincy, Indian cricket saw a new chapter added to its history. Ganguly took the reign of Indian cricket team and made the young team world famous through his strategies and motivation. So, these cricketers have contributed a lot to the country. 

It is because of these legendary cricketers; India has huge craze for cricket. If 11 people play, then 11 thousand watch them. Indians are also used to play cricket at home.  

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Youngest Players in the 8 Teams of India T20 League 2020

Indian T20 League has been promoting young talents since its initial year. It is the platform with T20 format where the younger ones can showcase their talent and rub their shoulders along with the best international cricketers. Along with the India T20 League fans, the older cricketers also boost the morale of these young cricketers constantly. 

To the excitement of cricket T20 leagues fans, some of these youngsters go on to represent India in the international level, courtesy of their marvellous performances in the league.  

Here is the list of the youngest players in each of the 8 teams playing for T20 fantasy cricket. Read on: 

Sam Curran  Team Chennai 

With match winning abilities, Sam Curran is just 21 years old. All-rounderCurran was roped in by Team Chennai for a handsome sum of ₹ 5.5 crore for T20 league 2020. 

Kamlesh Nagarkoti – Team Kolkata 

20 years old Nagarkoti has been in Team Kolkata squad since 2018. He is born on 28th December 1999. Nagarkoti is expected to play a huge role in the team’s pace bowling department. He is a bright prospect for Indian fast bowling for the future. 

Sandeep Lamichhane – Team Delhi 

Sandeep Lamichhane, from Nepal, is only 19 years old and has already played one season for Team Delhi with reasonable success. He is born on 2nd August 2000. This leg-spinner has experience of playing in numerous leagues all over the world. 

Abdul Samad – Team Hyderabad 

18 years old Abdul Samad was recently bought by Team Hyderabad. The right-handed batsman is a talented player and made his T20 debut during the 2018–19 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He plays first class cricket for Jammu and Kashmir and is currently playing in the Ranji Trophy. 

Mujeeb Ur Rahman – Team Punjab 

Mujeeb Ur Rahman was 16 years old when he joined Team Punjab in 2018. Now he is 18 years old and is still the youngest player in the Punjab squad. Born on 28th March 2001, Punjab hopes Rahman will continue his magic this season too. 

Rahul Chahar – Team Mumbai 

This 20-year-old cricketer born on 4th August 1999 is an extremely talented leg-spinnerChahar was extremely effective for MI last season. He picked 13 wickets in 13 matches with an excellent economy rate of just 6.55. 

Akash Singh – Team Rajasthan 

The 17-year-old Akash Singh is the youngest player of the Team Rajasthan. He will be looking forward to learn a great deal from the seniors of his team. 

Devdutt Padikkal – Team Bangalore 

19-year-old is the youngest player of the Team Bangalore. He is regarded as an extremely capable batsman.  

Hence, these are the 8 youngest players for India T20 League 2020 from each team. 

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Oldest Players in the 8 Teams of India T20 League 2020

These cricketers have earlier proved “age is just a number.” 

Indian T20 League has always given priority to talent rather than age. And that is the reason the India T20 league users are extra enthusiastic during the T20 season.  

T20 is the game of younger cricketers, but we cannot rule the significance of experienced players in the short format sport. We have enjoyed the performance of many cricket stars in their 30s, who have revealed their complete potential in this cricket T20 league. 

Let us take a look at the oldest cricketers of Indian cricket league T20 2020 in all the 8 teams. Hopefully, you will select them in your T20 fantasy cricket team. 

Pravin Tambe – Team Kolkata 

The 48 years old right arm leg break bowler of team Kolkata, Pravin Tambe is the older player of 13th season. He has been roped in by the Kolkata team for a base price of INR 40 lakhs. 

Dale Steyn – Team Bangalore 

Dale Steyn, the veteran and greatest fast bowler of South African team has been roped in by the Team Bangalore at his base price of INR 2 crores. He is 36 years old, the oldest one in their team. 

Lasith Malinga – Team Mumbai 

The legendary limited-over bowler from Sri Lanka, Lasith Malinga is 36-years-old and is the oldest one in Team Mumbai. Malinga is the all-time highest wicket-taker with 170 scalps in 122 matches.  

Imran Tahir – Team Chennai 

This Pakistani born South African is the oldest member of Team Chennai.  Born on 27th March 1979, Tahir ages 40. He is very passionate about cricket and fights till the last ball to win a game. Chennai squad considers him to be an asset. 

Wriddhiman Saha – Team Hyderabad 

Wriddhiman Saha is 35 years old and the eldest one in Team Hyderabad. He has been retained by his team for ₹1.2 crores. He has scored 1765 runs at a strike rate of 131.13 in 120 matches he has played in the tournament. 

Amit Mishra – Team Delhi  

Born on 24th November 1982, 37 years old Amit Mishra is a fighter for the Team Delhi. He is an effective bowler who utilizes all his experience to understand the opponent team and the pitch to bowl accordingly. 

Chris Gayle – Team Punjab 

When Gayle is in his form, no one can stop him. This is the common say in the international cricket. This Jamaican cricket of 40 years is born on 21st September 1979 and is the oldest team member for Team Punjab. He is also the most important personality for the squad. 

Robin Uthappa – Team Rajasthan  

Robin Uthappa has been roped in by Team Rajasthan for the tournament at ₹3 crores. He is 34-years old and the eldest one in the team. Uthappa has an impressive India T20 league career, scoring 4411 at a strike rate of 130.5 and an average of 28.83 in 177 matches. 

So, these are the 8 oldest players for India T20 League 2020 from each team. 

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Cricket T20 Leagues – List of Awards from Last Season

It has almost been a year since we have been involved in playing cricket T20 leagues. The Indian T20 league tournament is just outside the door knocking to enter and offer us complete package of fun.  

We can surely say that Indian cricket league T20 2020 will keep you glued to your television sets and to your Indian T20 game app, 11Wickets for Android/iOS. 

In our today’s post, we are going to look at the list of awards the players and teams won at the T20 fantasy cricket tournament during the 12th, the last season in 2019Let’s take the journey down memory lane together and play T20 cricket game to win exciting prizes.  

The Man of the Match: Jasprit Bumrah 

There were many heroes for Team Mumbai in the long tiring tournament of 2019, but Jasprit Bumrah was the one who laid the foundation of their final win. Bumrah stats were extraordinary for a bowler in the India T20 league, the right-arm Indian pacer just gave 14 runs in 4 over and took two wickets  

Gamechanger of the Match: Rahul Chahar 

The find of the season Rahul Chahar was the absolute game changer of the big final as he took the crucial wicket of Suresh Raina and gave just 14 runs in his quota of 4 overs. 

Emerging Player of the Year- Shubman Gill 

The right-handed charismatic batsman of Team Kolkata grabbed many eyeballs with his batting techniques and temperament throughout the tournament. The young 20-year-old scored 296 runs in 14 matches at an average of 32.88.  

Fairplay Award: Team Hyderabad 

The calm and composed Kane Williamson guided his team Hyderabad to the Fairplay award in last seasonTeam Hyderabad was the only team in the least which received an average of 10 points in the Fair Play points per game. 

Fastest 50 of the seasons: Hardik Pandya 

Hardik Pandya was in sublime form throughout the season and his 91 runs knock against team Kolkata was the best. Pandya smashed a 17-ball half-century in that match to win the fastest 50 of the season awards in the end. 

Perfect Catch of the Season: Kieron Pollard 

Kieron Pollard and perfect T20 league catch is a thing that remained constant in the tournament throughout the years. Last season Pollard took a stunner of Team Chennai’s Suresh Raina near the boundary rope in the group stage match to win the Perfect Catch of the Season award. 

Super Striker of the Season: Andre Russell 

Andre Russell was at his best in 2019. The Caribbean batsman scored 510 runs with a massive strike rate of 204.8 to win the Super Striker of the Season award. 

Stylish Player of the season: KL Rahul 

KL Rahul got his Midas touch back in 2019 as the right-handed batsman scored 592 runs in 14 matches in the season. Lokesh won the Stylish Player of the season award for his consistent show in the T20. 

Purple Cap: Imran Tahir 

Imran Tahir finished 2019 with 26 wickets from 17 games to win the Purple Cap while Kagiso Rabada had 25 to his name from 12 games for team Delhi. 

Most Valuable Player: Andre Russell 

Andre Russell was leading the charts in the MVP list with 369 points as in 11 matches he has taken 14 wickets and taken four catches, whereas with the bat he has smashed a whopping 510 runs in 13 innings. 

Orange Cap: David Warner 

Warner played only 12 matches this season in which he scored 692 runs for Team Hyderabad and won the Orange Cap for record third time in his career. Team Punjab’s KL Rahul and Team Mumbai’s Quinton de Kock followed him in the list with 593 and 529 runs respectively. 

Runners-Up: Chennai Super Kings 

MS Dhoni’s Team Chennai were not able to defend their title in the big final and won the prize money 12.5 Crore INR after finishing the season as the runner-up. 

Winners- Mumbai Indians 

Team Mumbai clinched a record four times T20 league title as the Rohit Sharma led side held their nerves at the death to pull off a thrilling 1-run win over team Chennai in Hyderabad. The four-time league champions received 20 Crore INR for the winning efforts in the tournament. 

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Secrets to Remember before Picking Fantasy Cricket Team

Cricket followers enjoy playing fantasy cricket leagues since it is the perfect combination of sports and fun. From international cricket matches to that of the T20 matches, playing a fantasy game needs one to have some fundamental knowledge. 

This goes with information about the pitch, conditions and players who is going to play in XI. Here we look at a few important secrets to remember prior to picking one’s fantasy cricket league. 

Fantasy XI online websites: Platforms for you to play Fantasy XI 

The mobile, Android/iOS 11Wickets App is one of the fastest growing fantasy league platforms in India. Soon after picking out a team, it is advisable to join a cash contest to win money and each contest possesses an entry fee. 

Fact: Be familiar with restrictions put up by fantasy cricket platforms 

Prior to picking your team you should be familiar with constraints put up by platforms. 11Wickets, for example, permits maximum of seven players of one team. Furthermore, the team must have one wicket-keeper and minimum of three batsmen, one all-rounder and three bowlers. 

Dos: Fantasy XI: Tips to keep in mind while selecting batsmen 

When it comes to selecting a batsman, it is essential to pick out someone who comes top of the order and can ensure that the side get to good totals. Batsmen, who stay on the pitch longer, gives optimum points. A wicket-keeper who can be capable behind the stumps and with the bat is essential. If he comes to bat on top of, then it is a lot better. 

Options: Ways to get all-round and bowling choices right 

All-rounders are the most precious players in fantasy league, since they are probably involved in both batting and bowling departments. You should pick a cricketer who bats at number five or six. You need to pick bowlers who can get wickets, and bowl at the death. As per the points system, wickets are appraised more than any other aspect. 

Don’ts: What not to do while picking out a side? 

Frequently we see fans getting lured to pick favourites over the ones who are able to have an effect. Fans must not pick their favourite player if he or she isn’t in form and cannot perform well. Choosing more players from a favourite side over better available choices is also a common blunder. One should also not go for all-rounders, who may possibly only bat or bowl. Equilibrium is essential in the fantasy cricket game team. 

Factors: Other essential factors to be aware of 

Pitch conditions and weather are very important aspects in fantasy games that should to be taken into account as well. Further, the need for the venue and what it is recognized as, become essential while picking bowlers particularly. If a player is injury-prone or is uncertain for a tie then one ought to avoid him. 

Deciding on the best skipper (preferably an opener or an all-rounder) is actually essential. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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