Fantasy Cricket Recap – Fastest 50 ODI Wickets

Though cricket as a sport is regarded as batting powerhouse, the different bowlers of numerous ICC cricket teams have been equally exceptional with their bowling performance. Good bowling and a good number of wickets taken in a cricket game offer good points at online fantasy games.

Let’s dig into the list of bowlers taking reaching the mark of 50 wickets the quickest. Read on and join India’s best and trusted fantasy cricket platform – 11wickets.com :

Ajantha Mendis – Sri Lankan Cricket Team

Ajantha Mendis of Sri Lankan Cricket Team scored the fastest 50 Wickets records in just 19 matches of his career. He scored his record against Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 12 Jan 2009. In 84 innings, he has taken 152 wickets with an average of 21.86 and economy 4.80.

Ajit Agarkar – Indian Cricket Team

Ajit Agarkar of Indian Cricket Team is the second in this list. He scored the fastest 50 Wickets records in just 23 matches of his career. He scored his record against Zimbabwe at Harare on 30 Sep 1998. In 188 innings, he has taken 288 wickets with an average of 27.85 and economy 5.09.

Mitchell McClenaghan – New Zealand Cricket Team

Mitchell McClenaghan of New Zealand Cricket Team is the third in this list. He scored the fastest 50 Wickets records in just 23 matches of his career. He scored his record against South Africa at Mount Maunganui on 24 Oct 2014. In 45 innings, he has taken 82 wickets with an average of 28.20 and economy 5.94.

Dennis Lillee – Australian Cricket Team

Dennis Lillee of Australian Cricket Team is the fourth in this list. He scored the fastest 50 Wickets records in 24 matches of his career. He scored his record against India at Sydney on 18 Dec 1980. In 63 innings, he has taken 103 wickets with an average of 20.82 and economy 3.58.

Hasan Ali – Pakistan Cricket Team

Hasan Ali of Pakistan Cricket Team is the fifth in this list. He scored the fastest 50 Wickets records in 24 matches of his career. He scored his record against Sri Lanka at Abu Dhabi on 18 Oct 2017. In 37 innings, he has taken 71 wickets with an average of 22.18 and economy 5.20.

*Records have been compiled as on June 26, 2019

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Fantasy Cricket Record: History of One Day cricket

ODI is a popular format when playing online fantasy cricket games! The limited over’s cricket, also renowned as one-day cricket. And in a little different context as List A cricket; is a edition of the sport of cricket in which a game is generally completed in one day. While Test and first-class matches can last up to five days to complete.

The name reflects the rule that in the daily fantasy cricket match each team bowls a set highest number of over’s. As a rule between 20 and 50, even though shorter and longer forms of maximum over’s cricket have been played.

Read on the amazing back story of this limited over game and start making your team at 11wickets.com to play at the best fantasy cricket platform.

A history to remember

A one day match is named so because each match is planned for finishing point in a single day. One day cricket entertainment has evolved from its first phase around the era of World Series cricket of the 1970s. And it is now the mainly watched and most exhilarating form of the game. In the late 1970s, Kerry Packer recognized the contender World Series Cricket (WSC) contest. The worldwide one-day game is a twentieth-century development. The first ODI was played on 5 January 1971 between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

A One Day International (ODI) is a form of Limited over’s cricket, in which a rigid number of over’s, as a rule 50, but in the past 40, 45 or 60 over’s, are played involving two teams with international grade. The Cricket World Cup is played in this configuration. One Day International games are also called “Limited Overs Internationals (LOI)”, because they are limited overs cricket matches among national sides, and if the weather mess about they are not always completed in one day.

Significant one-day matches, international and domestic, frequently have two days set away. The second day being a “reserve” day to allow more chance of the game being concluded. If a result is not achievable on first day (for illustration if play is not permitted or broken up by rain).

Numerous of the aspects of One Day International cricket that are now routine. With coloured uniforms, contests played at hours of darkness under floodlights with a white ball and gloomy sight screens. And, for small screen broadcasts, various camera angles, special effect microphones to arrest sounds from the players on the arena, and on-screen graphics. Teams currently play 50 over’s each.

Rules

In One day International’s, each squad find to bat only a rigid number of over’s. In the early years of ODI cricket, the figure of overs was in general 60 overs per side but nowadays it has been consistently set at 50 overs.

Basically affirmed the game works as follows:

A One Day International is challenged by 2 teams of 11 players each.

The skipper of the squad winning the toss opts to either bat or bowl first.

The side batting first place the target score in a single innings. The innings end until the batting is “all out” (i.e., 10 of the 11 batting troupe are “out”) or all of the first side’s selected overs are spent.

Every bowler is confined to bowl a maximum of 10 overs. It is less in the case of rain-decreased matches. And in any occurrence in general no more than one fifth or 20% of the total overs per innings.

The side batting second strives to score further than the target score in order to win the match. In the same way, the side bowling second tries to bowl out the second team for not as much of as the target score in order to win.

A tie

If the amounts of runs scored by both teams are equal as soon as the second team misplace all of its wickets or drain all its overs, then the match is declared as a ‘tie’ (despite of the number of wickets gone by either team).

Wherever a number of overs are gone astray, for instance, due to rough weather environment, then the number of overs may be condensed. Where the number of overs obtainable for the side batting second is of necessity different from the number of overs faced by the squad that batted first, the result may be firmed by the Duckworth Lewis Method.

The floodlights would be placed in such a move that it would not hinder with fielding side and captains would be permitted a cloth on meadow must the ball become wet.

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Fantasy Cricket: All-time Strongest ODI all-rounders

ODI cricket has evolved over the years and has been entertaining for us. No matter how many formats are to come in future, ODI format will still be adored. Well, not just in the real matches, ODI is much adored in the India fantasy cricket matches as well.

The all-rounders are a rare thing in international cricket and can win the games with both the bat and ball. They are priceless for any team. They mostly play the combined role of batsman, bowler and fielder. In fantasy cricket as well, we can choose up to 3 all-rounders.

Bury your attention here to explore a few greatest all-rounders in the history of cricket. And the next time you make your fantasy cricket league at India’s best platform, 11wickets.com, ensure to select a team comprising the best all-rounder of today’s era.

Sir Viv Richards

Sir Viv Richards, the outgoing West Indies right-handed batsman, played between the years 1975 – 1991. In a total of 187 matches, he made 6721 runs, took 118 wickets and 100 catches. Richards’ highest ODI score is 189* with an average of 47.00.

Kapil Dev

Kapil Dev was the greatest pace bowler India has produced and greatest fast-bowling all-rounder. He played between the years 1978 – 1994. In a total of 225 matches, he made 3783 runs, took 253 wickets and 71 catches. Kapil Dev’s highest ODI score is 175* with an average of 23.79.

Allan Border

This former Australian skipper and all-rounder, Allan Border played ODI between the years 1979 – 1994. In a total of 273 matches, he made 6524 runs, took 73 wickets and 127 catches. Border’s highest ODI score is 127* with an average of 30.62.

Saleem Malik

Saleem Malik, the gifted all-rounder of Pakistan played between the years 1982 – 1999. In a total of 283 matches, he made 7170 runs, took 89 wickets and 81 catches. Malik’s highest ODI score is 102 with an average of 32.88.

Arjuna Ranatunga

Arjuna Ranatunga is a stockily-built left-handed former batsman and all-rounder who led Sri Lanka to their greatest cricketing success, the 1996 World Cup. Often he was regarded as the captain cool by his teammates and the Sri Lankan cricket fans. He played between the years 1982 – 1999. In a total of 269 matches, he made 7456 runs, took 79 wickets and 63 catches. Ranatunga’s highest ODI score is 131* with an average of 35.84.

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World Cup Fantasy Cricket 2019 – Australian Squad

International Cricket World Cup is one of the most loved and watched sporting events around the world. Held once in 4 years, this event has one of the largest viewership on television. Australia’s trip to the cricket world cup is most exciting for the fans of world cup fantasy cricket league.

Since the start of World Cup in 1975, the Australian team has won the maximum trophy of the tournament. The team has also reached the ODI fantasy world cup finals most than any other team.

The Australian team has reached world cup cricket game finals on seven occasions 1975, 1987, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007and 2015. They have co-hosted the world cup tournament with New Zealand in 1992 and 2015. Australia has won in the finals 5 times. They are the only nation winning the cup three times in a row, making a hat trick. The finals were against Pakistan in 1999, India in 2003 and Sri Lanka in 2007.

Australia is prepared to take the world cup fantasy stage this year too with their 15 member WC 2019 squad. Let us take a look at their 15 members’ squad and plan our fantasy world cup team.

BATSMEN

  1. Aaron Finch (Captain)
    Age –32
    Matches Played – 109
    Runs – 4052
    Highest Score – 153
    Average –39.34
    Strike Rate – 88.14
    50s/100s –21/13
  2. David Warner
    Age – 32
    Matches Played – 106
    Runs – 4343
    Highest Score – 179
    Average –43.0
    Strike Rate – 96.55
    50s/100s –17/14
  3. Usman Khawaja
    Age –32
    Matches Played – 31
    Runs – 1238
    Highest Score – 104
    Average –44.21
    Strike Rate – 83.09
    50s/100s –10/2
  4. Steven Smith
    Age –29
    Matches Played – 108
    Runs – 3431
    Highest Score – 164
    Average –41.84
    Strike Rate – 86.36
    50s/100s –19/8
  5. Shaun Marsh
    Age –35
    Matches Played – 71
    Runs – 2747
    Highest Score – 151
    Average –41.62
    Strike Rate – 81.51
    50s/100s –15/7

ALL-ROUNDER

  1. Glenn Maxwell– Batting All-rounder
    Age –30
    Matches Played – 100
    Runs – 2700
    Highest Score – 102
    Average –33.33
    Strike Rate – 121.95
    50s/100s – 19/1
    Wickets – 50
    Best bowling figures –4/46
    Economy –5.57
  2. Marcus Stoinis – Batting All-rounder
    Age –29
    Matches Played – 33
    Runs – 963
    Highest Score – 146
    Average –38.52
    Strike Rate – 93.5
    50s/100s – 6/1
    Wickets – 26
    Best bowling figures –3/16
    Economy –6.14
  3. JhyeRichardson– Bowling All-rounder
    Age –22
    Matches Played – 12
    Runs – 68
    Highest Score – 29
    Average –13.6
    Strike Rate – 80.95
    Wickets – 24
    Best bowling figures –4/26
    Economy –5.85

WICKETKEEPER

  1. Alex Carey(Keeper) – Wicket Keeper Batsman
    Age –27
    Matches Played – 19
    Runs – 429
    Highest Score – 55
    Average – 64
    Strike Rate – 83.46
    50s/100s – 1/0

BOWLER

  1. Pat Cummins
    Age – 25
    Matches Played – 48
    Wickets –82
    Best bowling figures –5/70
    Average –26.54
    Economy –5.19
    5-wickets hauls – 1
  2. Nathan Coulter-Nile
    Age – 31
    Matches Played – 27
    Wickets – 48
    Best bowling figures – 4/48
    Average – 26.56
    Economy – 5.48
    5-wickets hauls – 0
  3. Mitchell Starc
    Age –29
    Matches Played –75
    Wickets –145
    Best bowling figures –6/28
    Average –21.45
    Economy –4.96
    5-wickets hauls – 5
  4. Jason Behrendorff
    Age –29
    Matches Played –6
    Wickets –7
    Best bowling figures –3/63
    Average –41.43
    Economy –5.34
    5-wickets hauls – 0
  5. Adam Zampa
    Age –27
    Matches Played –44
    Wickets –60
    Best bowling figures –4/43
    Average –35.45
    Economy –5.59
    5-wickets hauls–0
  6. Nathan Lyon
    Age –31
    Matches Played –25
    Wickets –26
    Best bowling figures –4/44
    Average –44.35
    Economy –4.86
    5-wickets hauls – 0

*Records have been compiled as on April 22, 2019

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Fantasy Cricket World Cup 2019 – England Squad

Though IPL season is still on-going, all the 10 nations are slowly and steadily preparing for Cricket World Cup 2019. Even the fans of fantasy cricket world cup are waiting for the biggest tournament of cricket

And their wait is slowly bearing fruits. To the joy of ODI fantasy world cup fans, the playing nations are releasing their squad now. England team has also released their initial World Cup squad. The England team is ranking the first in the world ODI cricket ranks since long.

Playing with a fantasy world cup team in the world cup is going to be fun for cricket lovers this year. This is because of the inclusion of new and talented young cricketers.

Like many other players from the playing nations, several England’s players are making the first appearance in world cup cricket game. Here’s a detailed look at the 15 member England Cricket team and their player profiles which will help you know them better.

BATSMEN

  1. EoinMorgan (Captain) – Opening Batsman
    Age – 32
    Matches Played – 216
    Runs – 6813
    Highest Score – 124
    Average – 38.93
    Strike Rate – 89.74
    50s/100s – 43/12
    Previous World Cup Appearance – 2007, 2011, 2015

2. Jason Roy – Opening Batsman
Age – 28
Matches Played – 72
Runs – 2661
Highest Score – 180
Average –38.57
Strike Rate – 105.51
50s/100s – 12/7
Previous World Cup Appearance – None

  1. Joe Root – Opening Batsman
    Age –28
    Matches Played – 125
    Runs – 5090
    Highest Score – 133
    Average – 50.9
    Strike Rate – 86.7
    50s/100s – 29/14
    Previous World Cup Appearance – 2015
  2. Alex Hales – Opening Batsman
    Age –30
    Matches Played – 69
    Runs – 2419
    Highest Score – 171
    Average – 37.8
    Strike Rate – 95.73
    50s/100s – 14/6
    Previous World Cup Appearance – 2015

ALL-ROUNDER

  1. Ben Stokes – Batting All-rounder
    Age –27
    Matches Played – 79
    Runs – 2088
    Highest Score – 102
    Average – 36.63
    Strike Rate – 93.84
    50s/100s – 14/3
    Wickets – 63
    Best bowling figures – 5/61
    Economy – 6.14
    Previous World Cup Appearance – None
  2. Moeen Ali – Batting All-rounder
    Age –31
    Matches Played – 91
    Runs – 1645
    Highest Score – 128
    Average – 26.11
    Strike Rate – 103.52
    50s/100s – 5/3
    Wickets – 78

Best bowling figures – 4/46
Economy –5.22
Previous World Cup Appearance – 2015

  1. Joe Denly – Batting All-rounder
    Age –33
    Matches Played – 9
    Runs – 268
    Highest Score – 67
    Average – 29.78
    Strike Rate – 65.53
    50s/100s – 2/0
    Previous World Cup Appearance – None
  2. Chris Woakes – Bowling All-rounder
    Age –30
    Matches Played – 83
    Runs – 1039
    Highest Score – 95
    Average – 26.64
    Strike Rate – 90.43
    50s/100s – 4/0
    Wickets – 116
    Best bowling figures – 6/45
    Economy – 5.61
    Previous World Cup Appearance – 2015
  3. Tom Curran –Bowling All-rounder
    Age –24
    Matches Played – 13
    Runs – 71
    Highest Score – 35
    Average – 23.67
    Strike Rate – 109.23
    Wickets – 18
    Best bowling figures – 5/35
    Economy – 6.26
    Previous World Cup Appearance – None
  4. David Willey – Bowling All-rounder
    Age –29
    Matches Played – 42
    Runs – 245
    Highest Score – 50
    Average – 18.85
    Strike Rate – 84.48
    50s/100s – 1/0
    Wickets – 48

Best bowling figures – 4/34
Economy – 5.67
Previous World Cup Appearance – None

WICKETKEEPER

  1. Jonny Bairstow – Wicket Keeper Batsman
    Age –29
    Matches Played – 58
    Runs – 2118
    Highest Score – 141
    Average – 46.04
    Strike Rate – 105.01
    50s/100s – 8/6
    Previous World Cup Appearance – None
  2. Jos Buttler (Keeper) – Wicket Keeper Batsman
    Age –28
    Matches Played – 126
    Runs – 3387
    Highest Score – 150
    Average – 40.81
    Strike Rate – 118.34
    50s/100s – 18/7
    Previous World Cup Appearance – 2015

BOWLER

  1. Liam Plunkett
    Age – 34
    Matches Played – 77
    Wickets – 116
    Best bowling figures – 5/52
    Average – 30.66
    Economy – 5.88
    5-wickets hauls – 1
    Previous World Cup Appearance –2007
  2. Adil Rashid
    Age – 31
    Matches Played – 82
    Wickets – 3807
    Best bowling figures – 5/27
    Average – 29.74
    Economy – 5.58
    5-wickets hauls – 2
    Previous World Cup Appearance –None
  3. Mark Wood
    Age – 29
    Matches Played – 39
    Wickets – 41
    Best bowling figures – 4/33
    Average – 45.17
    Economy – 5.59
    Previous World Cup Appearance –None

*Records have been compiled as on April 18, 2019

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IPL Fantasy Cricket League 2019 – 3 Key Players of Royal Challengers Bangalore

IPL 2019 begins on the 23rd of March, which is a few days away from now. The teams and the IPL fantasy cricket league lovers have come off an excellent auction in December. And if we are going by the names on paper, all these IPL teams appear capable enough to lift the trophy.

Whilst every IPL fantasy league team might have already preparing for the tournament full-fledged, the team management would have also considered their best players who will be the tool to bring the IPL trophy to teams.

If you have followed our IPL T20 fantasy cricket post series, you know who best players for each of the team are. Today, let us talk about the team of Virat Kohli, the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and see who the best 3 players for the team are.

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Virat Kohli

Who else could be a team’s best players if they have Virat Kohli in their side? From the initial season of the IPL, Virat Kohli has been a part of the Bangalore team for the T20 cricket game. From being a novice youngster to leading the team, Kohli has been with this team. For several years now, RCB means Virat Kohli.

Kohli is the 2nd highest run scorer in the history of the IPL fantasy cricket. Over the previous year, he has been leading the Indian team wonderfully. His fans will all be expecting that he reflects similar expertise in the IPL too. And they, at last, have their name on that trophy. Virat Kohli is too fantastic a player to not be the best and too great a player to be missing out on that trophy for such a long time.

AB de Villiers

The 2nd most dependable name in the RCB team is Mr.360, AB de Villiers. Villiers is a player who has been constantly supporting Virat Kohli in making those big runs and crossing the final lines. It is just because of him that RCB can be assured of scoring runs even if Kohli has an off time.

He has 3 IPL centuries to his name with the highest score of an unbeaten 133. AB de Villiers will surely be the best player of RCB, even when he is going through a rough patch. He is one of the loved cricketers around the globe.

Shimron Hetmyer

Shimron Hetmyer is a Windies middle-order batsman who’ll enhance the already strong batting line-up of RCB. With the firepower of Kohli and Villiers, Hetmyer will only boost the bad dreams which a bowler gets before he faces this team. He is an extremely young batsman, with a long career ahead. He has that natural explosive nature that people choose the batsmen who are part of the Caribbean. Hetmyer can be very good with the bat when he is in form. His presence in your IPL fantasy cricket can give you good points.

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IPL Fantasy Cricket 2019 – 5 Keys Players of Delhi Capitals

Delhi Capitals, the rechristened team for Delhi Daredevils, hasn’t won a single IPL trophy in eleven seasons. The owners of the Delhi based team wants to position the team as a new brand and that has led them to change its name. The loyal IPL fantasy cricket fans have stick to the team earlier and are now ready to be the part of there christened team for the new season.

The Capitals will like to turn their fortunes this season around with a fully new team. They have built a young team around a young captain, Shreyas Iyer. And they hope that these young talented cricketers will reap rewards for them and for all the IPL fantasy league fans.

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During the last season of IPL T20 cricket games, Delhi Capitals has finished at the last of the tables. But if you remember the matches, they have given some good performances at last matches. This is a hope for a better future from their end to their fans, who are eagerly waiting to see one IPL trophy in the team’s hand.

Hence, here is a look at five such Delhi Capitals’ players who have the potential of changing their team’s fortunes at IPL fantasy cricket games:

Prithvi Shaw

This young 19-year-old cricketer from Mumbai has been playing for the Delhi team since IPL 2018. He has scored well in the restricted chances he got. Based on his performance, the Delhi team has decided to keep him for this season too.

During the last year’s IPL, he has scored 237 runs in just 3 innings. It has been expected, he is going to open the batting for the Delhi team this year alongside Shikhar Dhawan, another gem for the team. His aggressive style of batting and his sense of cricket is making him very special for the team.

Cricket expert has the opinion that Shaw will only improve in the years to follow. He has the ability to turn matches around for this team and that might turn the points table for them as well as they have a history of lingering at the bottom of it. Taking him in your IPL fantasy cricket team can let you get good points.

Rishabh Pant

Another young batsman of the team who is also the wicketkeeper for the team has proven his worth for the Indian team. He is an aggressive IPL player, playing 38 matches and scoring 1 century and 8 half centuries. Pant can be destructive on his performing days. He is runaway match winner without a second thought.

Trent Boult

The overseas player from New Zealand, Trent Boult has been another marvellous addition for the Delhi based IPL team. He is the essential pacer for the team who can rake up high speeds steadily. His variations are becoming increasingly deadly with each passing day.

Overall, when Boult delivers, his team goes closer to winning the match. Delhi will hope that he can make good delivery during bowling more often than not.

Shikhar Dhawan

Shikhar Dhawan has played for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2008, the inaugural season. After that, he has been bought by other teams. but for this season he is again back on the Delhi squad.

Dhawan is going to fit into the opening slot for Delhi Capitals. The Delhi-based cricketer is one of the successful players in IPL history. He has already scored 4057 runs, playing 143 games. He has also hit 32 half-centuries in his 11-year IPL career.

Colin Munro

The New Zealand cricketer is arguably the best T20 batsmen around the globe at this moment. He is the leading T20 run score. Do we need to say more about this gem? Or you can guess that he has the capability to bring fortune for Delhi Capitals during this IPL season.

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IPL Fantasy Cricket Team Overview – Rajasthan Royals

Flashback 2008: DY Patil Stadium is busy hosting pool of cricketers and other important personalities from many sectors. A prize distribution ceremony is holding the spectators to the stadium seat. In the field, a blue jersey team is dancing, rejoicing and screaming around along with the spectators. The players in the blue jersey were later seen to hold a trophy. No, the blue jersey is not of our national team, team India. Our regular IPL fantasy cricket fans by now know that we are talking about the Rajasthan based IPL team, Rajasthan Royals.

Winning the inaugural edition of the IPL tournament has been a dream come true for Rajasthan Royals. But since then, their performance has not made an important mark on the fantasy cricket league fans.

Out of the eleven editions of IPL, they have played only nine editions. They have missed out 2016 and 2017 IPL because they have been suspended on charges of spot-fixing. This has been the hardest two years for the team, their fans and IPL T20 fantasy cricket fans.

Shane Watson, AjinkyaRahane, Shane Warne and Rahul Dravid have been the face of Royals. The team has very loyal T20 cricket game fans. The team plays the maximum of its home matches at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur and Sardar Patel Stadium at Ahmedabad.

Let us now look at Rajasthan Royals’ performance in the IPL and some of their key stats.

Rajasthan Royals Squad:

Batsmen: Steven Smith, AjinkyaRahane, Rahul Tripathi, Manan Vohra, Liam Livingstone, Aryaman Birla and Shashank Singh

Bowlers: Jaydev Unadkat, Jofra Archer, Varun Aaron, Dhawal Kulkarni, Ish Sodhi, Oshane Thomas and Shreyas Gopal

All-rounders: Stuart Binny, Ben Stokes, Ashton Turner, Krishnappa Gowtham, Mahipal Lomror, Riyan Parag, Sundhesan Midhun and Shubham Ranjane

Wicketkeepers: Prashant Chopra, Sanju Samson and Jos Buttler

Read on the past performance of Rajasthan Royals:

2008: No one has imagined the champions of the inaugural season would be Rajasthan Royals. But they are our first IPL champions.

2009: RR has reached the 6th position in the league stage during the second edition of IPL.

2010: The team has reached the 7th position in the league stage at the third IPL edition.

2011: They have reached the 6th position in the league stage during the fourth season of the tournament.

2012: At the fifth season of the tournament, the team has reached the 7th position in the league stage.

2013: They have lost in qualifier 2 in the sixth season of IPL.

2014: RR has reached the 5th position in the league stage during the seventh edition of IPL.

2015: They have lost in the eliminator in the eighth season of IPL.

2018: RR has lost in eliminator during the eleventh season of the IPL.

Batting performance of RR in IPL Fantasy Cricket T20

RR has scored 223/5against CSK in IPL 2010, their highest innings total.

The team has scored 58 all out against RCB in IPL 2009, their lowest innings total.

AjinkyaRahane has scored 2417 runs, the highest runs scored by a RR player.

Shane Watson has scored 104*against KKR in IPL 2015, the highest individual by a RR player.

RR players have hit 4 centuries in the 9 IPL seasons they have played. The list includes only three namesYusuf Pathan (100), AjinkyaRahane (103*) and Shane Watson (104* & 101).

AjinkyaRahanehas scored 16 half-centuries.

Again, AjinkyaRahane has scored 560 runs, the highest runs by a RR player in a single season of the tournament.

Bowling performance of RR in IPL Fantasy Cricket T20

Siddharth Trivedi has taken 65 wickets, the highest by a RR player.

Sohail Tanvir has scored 6/14against CSK in IPL 2008, the best bowling performance by a RR player.

James Faulkner in IPL 2013 has taken 28 wickets, the highest wickets taken by a RR player in a single edition of IPL.

Fielding performance of RR in IPL T20

AjinkyaRahane has caught 35 catches, the highest by a RR player.

Again, AjinkyaRahane has caught 11 catches, the highest by a RR player in a single season of IPL.

Wicketkeeping performance of RR in IPL T20

Sanju Samson has dismissed 22 players (Ct – 20, St – 2), the maximum by a RR wicketkeeper.

Heinrich Klaasen has dismissed 4 players (Ct – 1, St – 3)against RCB IPL 2018, the maximum by RR wicket-keeper in an innings.

Jos Buttler has dismissed 10 players (Ct – 9, St – 1)in IPL 2018, the maximum dismissals by a RR wicket-keeper in a single season of the IPL.

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Memorable India Pakistan Moments in Cricket History

It’s the season of Asia Cup, the biggest cricket tournament organised in the Asian continent. And we believe, you are ready with your online fantasy team to play during the entire Asia cup. 

The matches between India – Pakistan, the two high –profile participating teams in Asia Cup have always been treat to the cricket fans for the entire world. The rivalry between the two nations has been centre of attraction, which tournament and format they play in. Even creating a perfect fantasy cricket league is a challenging task for the cricket lovers. 

Here look into some of the memorable India Pakistan moments on the crease with us and enjoy the Asia Cup 2018 playing fantasy cricket game at 11Wickets. 

2nd ODI, India tour of Pakistan at Sialkot 

It was on October 31, 1984, the day when the teams were playing the 2nd ODI at Sialkot and the then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated in New Delhi. Ravi Shastri and Dilip Vengsarkar were making runs for Indian team when this news reached them. The ten Pakistan’s president Zia ul Haq ordered the match stopped, and Indian team captain Sunil Gavaskar wished the same.  

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1st ODI Match, Rothmans Four-Nations Cup at Sharjah 

Best bowling of Imran Khan with figures of 6-14 were in this ODI against India March 22, 1985. But for the daring fast bowler of Pakistani cricket team it went all in vain. Imran Khan ripped apart the batting line of Indian team at Sharjah to send the opposition packing for 125. But Pakistan’s own batting  went down for just 87. Imran Khan, who is now the Pakistani Prime Minister, still was man of the match. 

Final ODI, Austral-Asia Cup at Sharjah 

This is the match that will always remind the bitterest memories for India, and the sweetest ones for Pakistan. The match played on April 18, 1986, again an ODI played in Sharjah. With Pakistan needing four off the last ball to win, India’s Chetan Sharma ran in and bowled a full toss and Javed Miandad scored a six. Miandad, presented with a golden sword, became national hero for Pakistan. While Chetan Sharma faced insults when he returned home with the team. 

1st Test, Pakistan tour of India at Chennai 

India’s most celebrated batsman and a century from him, Sachin Tendulkar, was generally the recipe for success in the 1990s and 2000s but not in the 1999 Test match against Pakistan in Chennai. Chasing 271 runs by Pakistan for victory, Tendulkar scored an amazing 136 runs. But Pakistani off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq got him out and India finally lost by 12 runs. The generous Indian home crowd gave Pakistani team a standing ovation, but Tendulkar was broken-hearted. 

Final, ICC World Twenty20 at Johannesburg 

An India-Pakistan final in the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2007 was an ideal setting for cricket’s newest format. Misbah ul Haq of Pakistani team was on the verge of taking his team to an outstanding win with his batting in a chase of 158. 

But then came a moment of folly as Haq tried to play a daring shot to seal victory against Indian pacer Joginder Sharma in the final over. The ball went high into the waiting hands of Sreesanth. Indian team led by MS Dhoni celebrated as Haq missed the chance of a lifetime. 

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