Fantasy Football – Famous TV Shows of the Online Sport

Increasingly trending fantasy football isn’t the only attraction for football lovers. Without some sort of added entertainment playing these games will be boring. What do you think? 

In a few posts earlier we have mentioned the famous songs linking to the sport. In our today’s post, we have collected a list of TV series based on fantasy premier league games. 

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The League (I) (2009–2015) 

Rated 8.2 at IMDB, it is an ensemble comedy of 22 minutes duration that follows a group of old friends in a fantasy football league who care deeply about one another — so deeply that they use every opportunity to make each other’s lives miserable. The major star cast of this series are Mark Duplass, Jonathan Lajoie, Nick Kroll, Stephen Rannazzisi. 

Out of My League (2016-) 

Tim Gilbert, the Australian journalist, hits the road to hunt for humorous and interesting stories in the world of fantasy sports in this 24-minute comedy series. Other than Tim Gilbert, the series stars Jackie Pirico, Peter Hodgins, Glenn Colton. 

From Fantasy to Reality: The History of Fantasy Sports (2015) 

This 47-minute documentary is the story of where, why and how fantasy sports began. How its growth was fostered and how it metamorphosed into a culture altering force. Directed by Dave Hodgson and starring Nando DiFino, Scott Engel, Brandon Marianne Lee, Colin Meenagh, this documentary is worth watching. 

Why is Fantasy Sports Illegal in Iowa? (2015) 

Do you know that playing fantasy sports in Iowa can land you up to ten years in jail? Tim Gilbert goes to the Hawkeye State to find out just what is going on in Iowa. Directed by Dave Hodgson, this 22-minute comedy series stars Jeff Danielson, Dan Kelley, Jason Tuttle along with Tim Gilbert. 

Perfect Lineup (2016) 

This 93-minute first featuring length documentary is solely about the people, culture and day to day experience of the daily fantasy sports industry. This piece is directed by Jason Baumgardner, starring Cory Albertson, Dan Back, Kevin Bonnet and Nigel Eccles.  

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Cricket – 250 runs & 10 wickets in an ODI series

All-rounders in cricket are known for outstanding performance in the field. In fact, when any batsman or bowler of a team fails, the spectators and the online fantasy cricket app users look upon the all-rounders for a brilliant performance.

In 11wickets app blog post today, take a glance at those fantasy cricket games cricketers and all-rounders with 250 runs 10 wickets in their bag in a single series.

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Greg Chappell – Australia

The top order Australian batsman and all-rounder Greg Chappell made 686 runs in Benson & Hedges World Series Cup played amongst Australia, India and New Zealand in Australia on 1980/81. In the 14 matches of the series, Chappell’s highest score was 138* at an average of 68.60. And he also took 22 wickets in the entire series at an average of 17.04. Australian team was the winner of the series.

Mudassar Nazar – Pakistan

The right handed batsman of Pakistan, Mudassar Nazar also was a brilliant all-rounder for the team. He made 285 runs in Benson & Hedges World Series Cup played amongst Australia, Pakistan and West Indies in Australia on 1981/82. In the 9 matches of the series, which Pakistan had participated, Nazar made the highest of 51 runs at an average of 31.66. In the entire series he took 12 wickets at 13.33 average.

Sir Viv Richards – West Indies

West Indies talented right hand batsman Sir Viv Richards made 536 runs in Benson & Hedges World Series Cup played amongst Australia, Pakistan and West Indies in Australia on 1981/82. In the 14 matches of the series, Richards made the highest of 78 runs at an average of 41.23. In the entire series he took 11 wickets at 38.09 average. Australian team won that series.

Kapil Dev – India

The top order Indian cricketer and all-rounder Kapil Dev made 303 runs in Prudential World Cup in England on 1983. In the 8 matches of the series, Kapil Dev’s highest score was 175* at an average of 60.60 and he also took 12 wickets in the entire series at an average of 20.41. Indian team was the winner of the series.

Sir Viv Richards – West Indies

Sir Viv Richards is again in this list. He made 651 runs in Benson & Hedges World Series Cup played amongst Australia, Sri Lanka and West Indies in Australia on 1984/85. In the 13 matches of the series, Richards made the highest of 103* runs at an average of 65.10. In the entire series he took 13 wickets at 41.76 average. West Indies team won that series.

Hansie Cronje – South Africa

The right hand South African batsman and all-rounder Hansie Cronje made 285 runs during South Africa ODI Series against West Indies in South Africa on 1998/99. In the 7 matches of the series, Cronje’s highest score was 82 at an average of 40.71 and he also took 11 wickets in the entire series at an average of 14.72. South African team won the series by 6-1.

Neil Johnson – Zimbabwe

The former Zimbabwean occasional wicketkeeper and batsman all-rounder, Neil Johnson made 367 runs. He made it during the World Cup 1999 in England/Ireland/Netherland/Scotland. During the 8 matches he played in the world cup, he made the highest of 132* runs at an average of 52.42. In the entire series, he took 12 wickets at 19.41 average. Australian team became the champion that year winning the world cup.

Lance Klusener – South Africa

The former South African all-rounder, Lance Klusener made 281 runs during WC 1999 in England/Ireland/Netherland/Scotland. During the 9 matches he played in that world cup, he made the highest of 52* runs at an average of 140.50. In the entire series, he took 17 wickets at 20.58 average. Australia won that world cup.

*Records have been compiled as on July 13, 2019

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