Increase Winning Chance with Multi Teams at Fantasy Cricket

Today, apart from watching a cricket match, we also get involved in the match by playing fantasy cricket India. This doubles the fun of a cricket match. In India, where cricket is next to God, we are always eager to stay connected with the sport in some form or the other.  

When you are playing online fantasy cricket matches, there is a feature which allows you to make multiple teams and play. And this is the feature which in one way or the other increases the winning chance, if you are playing the paid matches. 

The best way to go about daily fantasy cricket at 11wickets App would be to participate in small league which allow the creation of multiple teams. 

Maximum impact through chosen 11 players 

You got to have the 11 players whom you think will have the maximum impact and thereby scores. 

It’s difficult to pin-point the two best playing players for that match, this is where multiple teams with different combinations of Captain and Vice-Captain will help. At least one of teams might end up with the right combination. 

By playing in a smaller league, you increase chances of winning compared to a larger league as in it, one or the other player will end up creating the exact team with right Captain and Vice-Captain. In smaller league, the probability of something like this happening is less; this gives you a decent chance of coming out on top. 

Typically, play cricket online only with quality teams. This ensures that on an average, the players and teams maintain some standards. Weak teams tend to have extreme results with large volatility. This is bad for players as match follows unpredictable patterns. 

The above points are about the basic strategy to minimize risk. You still will need to do plenty of homework to come up with the best 11 players.  

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Fantasy Cricket Legend Tales – A Record-Breaking Partnership

Batting in fantasy cricket is all about building the partnership. A brilliant partnership for a team brings a big score and that is what cricket fans want from the batsmen. 

Looking back at the history of cricket, we can find a lot of cricketers who have succeeded in building terrific partnership records for their cricket team and for the online fantasy cricket fans of 11wickets App. 

Let us take a peek at one of the momentous records by two Sri Lankan legendary batsman. Along with reading, play daily fantasy cricket and win good prizes. 

Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara are two great friends who served Sri Lankan cricket for the most part of the first 15 years of the new millennium. They have carried the Sri Lankan cricket on their broad shoulders and played some great innings. Both of them also led the team for a different part of this era. There were many matches where a big partnership between Mahela and Kumar took Sri Lanka to safety or towards registering a win. 

On 29th July 2006, the duo completed their biggest partnership in test cricket. It was a mammoth contribution of 624 runs which became the highest ever partnership in test match cricket. Till then the highest partnership in Test was 576, made by two other Sri Lankan greats Sanath Jayasuriya and Roshan Mahanama against India in 1997, this was the same test match where Sri Lanka ended up scoring a record 952 runs. 

Record-breaking partnership in test 

Jayawardene and Sangakkara broke that record and since then it remained the World record for the highest ever partnership in tests. The opposition was South Africa with a pretty decent bowling attack consisting of Makhaya Ntini, Dale Steyn, Andre Nel, Andrew Hall, and Nicky Boje but none of them could stop the rampaging duo. 

But before that, South Africa batted first and scored a paltry 169 all out in the first innings. Only AB de Villiers could score a fifty as Muttiah Muralitharan and Dilhara Fernando finished with four wickets each. 

Sri Lanka did not start well, as Dale Steyn picked up the openers Upul Tharanga and Jayasuriya in his first two overs and it looked like South Africa could claw their way back in the match. However, Jayawardene came out to bat and joined Sangakkara and rest was history. Sri Lanka lost their next wicket after 157 overs as Sangakkara was dismissed by Hall for 287. Jayawardene went on to score 374, became the second Sri Lankan to score a Test triple hundred after Jayasuriya. His 374 also sits in the 4th position in the highest innings list for test with only Brian Lara’s 400 and 375 as well as Matthew Hayden’s 380 above it. 

Sri Lanka went on to score 756/5 before declaring with a lead of 587 runs. South Africa fared better in their second innings with as many as four half-centuries but Murali bowled 64 overs to finish with six wickets and South Africa scored 434 all-out giving Sri Lanka a victory by an innings and 153 runs. 

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Fantasy Cricket – Different Colours of Cricket Balls Used

For us, the ardent cricket fans and the lovers of daily fantasy cricket games, cricket balls matter. Sometimes we see our favourite cricketers struggling to play with a moving ball. 

In such cases, the colour of the ball used matters. If your player can’t see a ball and cannot hit it, how will your online fantasy cricket scoreboard go up?  

Let’s dig out the colour of balls used in different formats of fantasy cricket league matches. And bring out your best online cricket team at 11wickets App for Android/iOS: 

RED CRICKET BALL 

Red colour cricket balls are generally used in the international test matches since the time it has been played. Red colour is used as the test matches are played in day time and they offer better shine and swing for the fast bowlers. Red colour balls are perhaps the best balls for cricket matches. 

Red Kookaburra Balls were first used at an international level when the Australian Board of Control International Cricket (now Cricket Australia) selected the Kookaburra Turf Ball to be used by Don Bradman’s Australian Test team when they played England in the 1946/47 Ashes Test Series. 

Made of the finest raw materials combining the traditions of cricket ball making techniques with modern precision the Kookaburra Red Turf Ball has been manufactured to the requirements of cricket authorities worldwide, and used by Cricket Australia since 1946. Today, the Red Turf Ball is used in the majority of Test Matches and in the First Class cricket competitions. 

WHITE CRICKET BALL 

In 1977 Kookaburra was asked by Kerry Packer and the Nine Network to develop a white cricket ball to use for possible one-day limited overs cricket and day-night test cricket, which they wanted to play into the evening for television purposes, known as World Series Cricket. 

The instructions from Kerry Packer were simple – the white ball must play as close as possible to the red ball used in Test match cricket. The white Turf ball is made using exactly the same method as the red cricket ball, however the leather used to make the ball is natural, and is an off-white colour. To ensure the brightness and clarity of the colour does not significantly deteriorate throughout a cricket game, the leather is covered with a pigmented, pure white finish. 

The biggest challenge with the white ball is the discolouring. As the white cricket ball wears and scratches, it inevitably picks up some contamination from the surface leading discolouring of the white ball throughout an innings. Since October 2012, One Day Internationals manage this by using two new white Turf balls in each innings, with a different cricket ball used at each bowling end. 

PINK CRICKET BALL 

Following the success of the white cricket ball and with a push for Test cricket to be played under lights, the International Cricket Council, Marylebone Cricket Club and Cricket Australia turned to Kookaburra for assistance with the creation of a pink ball to help facilitate the process. 

The colour pink has been trialled as the cricket ball colour used for the traditional four day and five day longer form of cricket. It is felt that the longer form of the game should be played in white or cream clothing, it is therefore essential that the colour of the ball does not clash with the colour of the players’ clothing. So far, pink has proven to be the best colour to contrast with the traditional white and cream clothing which can be seen in both day and night time conditions and is still visible at all stages of its natural colour deterioration over 80 overs of cricket. 

The Pink Kookaburra Turf Cricket Ball is the current ball being used in trials around the world and has been confirmed for use in the first Test match under lights between Australia and New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval in November 2015. Most recently, the pink ball has been used by the Indian team to play one D/N test match at Eden Gardens against Bangladesh. It has been a much-appreciated match from all the corners.  

No other cricket ball has gone through the level of development, testing and trials that the pink Turf cricket ball has undergone prior to being confirmed for use in the first under lights Test match. 

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Fantasy Cricket – Duties of an Umpire in Cricket

The fans from all over the world know that cricket is an entertaining game. Cricket is a world-class game which captures the hearts and souls of many across the world. People die (not really) to watch this game; they literally starve to enter the gates of the stadium where a match is played. Hence in recent times, the popularity of fantasy cricket is logical. 

Can you guess, in cricket who is the crucial player without ball and bat? Umpire! There are three different types who are the keen watchers of the game. Your daily fantasy cricket scoreboard relies on their wise decisions during the crucial moments of any cricket match. 

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An umpire in cricket plays crucial role. This word ‘Umpire’ came from Old French word ‘Nompere‘ which means not equal, i.e. not a member of one of the teams. He is the one who has the authority to make decisions on the cricket field, according to the International Laws of Cricket under ICC. Apart from making decisions about delivery laws, wicket appeals, conductlegalities involved and the manners in the game, the umpire has a track of all the records. It involves all the deliveries and announcements of the conclusion of an over. 

Duties of the umpire 

The umpire makes sure that the game is conducted properly and the equipment used is strictly according to laws. They also ensure that the wickets are appropriately pitched, whether the ground is fit for playing and whether the light is appropriate or not. Umpires make numerous and regular inspections of the ball condition. 

If there is any row regarding the use of the ball, the umpire has the right to change the ball after discussion and the ball must be of similar condition to that in use. An umpire might consult with the other umpire on a point of fact which the latter may have been in a better position to see and shall then give his choice. If the doubt remains after discussion, the choice shall be given in favour of the batsman. All disputes shall be determined by the umpires. The umpires decision is final and he can alter his decision. 

THIRD UMPIRE 

The third umpire is an off-field umpire who usually gives his decision when the on-field umpires are unsure. The third umpire sits off the field, with a television replay monitor. The field umpire can use his discretion to refer a close decision to the third umpire to refer to dismissal of a batsman, catches or boundaries via a wireless set or a signal light system.  

The third umpire looks at various TV replays from different angles and comes to a conclusion by pressing the appropriate signal. A red light indicates that the batsman is out and a green one otherwise. When the TV umpire too is unable to get a clear picture, the benefit of the doubt again goes to the batsman. Over the years, the TV umpire has been asked to assist in dismissals such as run-outs, stumped, caught and hit-wicket. 

Umpires’ signals: 

  1. Umpire waves arm for a four 
  2. Umpire raises both arms for a six 
  3. Umpire raises index finger for out 
  4. Umpire extends arms for wide ball 
  5. Umpire extends one arm for no-ball 
  6. Umpire raises an open hand for bye 
  7. Umpire touches a raised knee for leg-bye 
  8. Umpire crosses wrists below waist to signal dead ball 
  9. Umpire touches the shoulder for short run 

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Fantasy Cricket – The Tale of “No Ball”

Do you ever get confused while playing the fantasy cricket games at 11wickets App? Of course, you must be! Cricket has many rules which are at times very confusing for the fans. 

Like the concept of ‘No Ball’. It often confuses the online cricket game fans and even the experts. The on-field umpires at times fail to identify the ‘no ball’ and the following changes match result. 

Normally, we think that ‘no ball’ is only linked to the foot positioning of the bowler. A bowler is always at fault if a ‘no-ball’ is delivered. But this isn’t the case always. No ball has a lot to do with a lot of other aspects. 

Types of No Ball 

Front Foot No Ball 

When the front foot of a bowler is not placed behind the popping crease, it is called Front Foot No Ball. 

Back Foot No ball 

When the back foot of a bowler touches the return crease, it is called Back Foot No Ball. 

High Full Toss No Ball: 

When a delivery doesn’t produce any bounces but reaches the waist of the batter, it is known as the High Full Toss No Ball. 

Throwing No Ball: 

When the bowler throws the ball at an angle greater than 15 degrees, it is the Throwing No Ball. 

Breaking the Stumps No Ball: 

When the bowler breaks the non-striker’s stumps before entering the delivery stride, that is known as Breaking the Stumps No Ball. 

Change of Action No Ball: 

When the bowler doesn’t follow the regular action of deliveries and changes the action like delivers the ball with the opposite hand or from a different side without notifying the umpire, the bowler is accounted for Change of Action No Ball. 

Underarm No Ball: 

When the bowler bowls underarm and not overarm, that is the infamous Underarm No Ball. 

Double Bounce No Ball: 

When the ball bounces more than twice before reaching the batsman, it is signaled as Double Bounce No Ball. 

Fielding Restrictions No ball: 

When the specific fielding restrictions are not followed. For instance, having less than four fielders during Powerplay overs or keeping too many outside the inner circle. And also having more than two beyond the leg side square, it is explained as a Fielding Restrictions No Ball. 

Fielder Obstruction No Ball: 

If a fielder obstructs the ball before it has hit the striker or passed the wicket, it causes a Fielder Obstruction No Ball. 

Wicket-Keeper No Ball: 

When the wicket-keeper holds the ball before the ball has passed the stumps or the batsman, it is given a Wicket-Keeper No Ball.  

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Fantasy Cricket – Slowest Centuries in ODI Matches

Nowadays, cricket is considered as a batsman friendly game. With T20 being the trendiest format of cricket in the modern era, it has made the fans longing for entertainment and more fantasy cricket games. 

The fans want sixes and boundaries scored frequently and want their daily fantasy cricket team at 11wickets app for mobile to get high score every time. One international cricket is different from T20. T20 is the fast-paced game but one day is the combination of both test cricket and T20 cricket. 

Hitting centuries in ODI matches these days are normal. The batsman with the strike rate 120+ can only withstand the modern demands of online fantasy cricket. But there are the times when classical century made by the batsman is appreciated and there are the times when batsman take more than 120+ balls to score a century.  

Here is a list of slowest centuries scored by batsmen in world cricket: 

David Boon – 166 balls century against India in 1991 

The former Australian cricketer David Boon is known for his classic display of batting skills. He has produced the slowest ODI centuries ever in the history of the game by scoring a century off 166 balls against India in 1991. 

Rameez Raja – 157 balls century against West Indies in 1991 

Pakistan’s Rameez Raja hit the second slowest individual century of balls against Windies team at Melbourne cricket ground in 1991. 

Geoff Marsh – 156 balls century against England in 1989 

The former Australian cricketer Geoff March find himself in this list playing against England. He hit a century off 156 balls at Lord’s Cricket Ground in 1989.  

Rameez Raja – 152 balls century against Sri Lanka in 1990 

Again, Rameez Raja of Pakistan cricket team had scored a century off 152 balls. He had scored his century against Sri Lanka at Adelaide Oval in 1990. 

Scott Styris – 152 balls century against Sri Lanka in 2007 

Former New Zealander, Scott Styris find himself in this list playing against Sri Lanka. He hit a century off 152 balls at the new stadium of Queen’s Park in 2007. 

Tom Cooper – 151 balls century against Afghanistan in 2010 

Former cricketer of Netherlands cricket team, Tom Cooper find himself in this list at 6th position playing against Afghanistan. He hit a century off 151 balls at Sportpark Westvliet in 2010. 

Geoff Marsh – 150 balls century against West Indies in 1991 

Again, Geoff Marsh find himself in this list at 7th position playing against West Indies. He hit a century off 150 balls at Bourda, Georgetown in 1991. 

David Hemp – 150 balls century against Kenya in 2009 

Former Bermudian cricketer, David Hemp is in the eighth position in this list, playing against Kenya. He hit a century off 150 balls at SenwesPark in 2009. 

David Boon – 146 balls century against West Indies in 1991 

Boon is in this list for the second time and this time at 9th position. He scored a century off 146 balls against West Indies in 1991. 

Alec Stewart – 146 ball century against West Indies in 2000 

The former English cricketer and one of the best wicketkeepers scored a century of 146 balls against mighty West Indies in 2000.  

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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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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. 

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Fantasy Cricket – Tricks to Pick Captain Cricketers

Selecting the captain and vice-captain are the two crucial decisions you have to make while picking up your fantasy cricket game team. A fantasy cricket gamer can win exciting prizes playing fantasy games online with the right game knowledge and awareness. 

Well, by now we all are aware that the captain in any fantasy cricket league earns 2X and the vice-captain earns 1.5X points. 

Here are our ten favourite tips to pick the right cricketers as captain and vice-captain. Read about them and play online cricket games at 11wickets App. 

Select those cricketers who will be available 100% for the game you are playing for. 

Ensure the cricketers you are selecting are in good form. And thus, the chance of their contributing high to the team will be more. 

Select the Captain based on the conditions they play cricket games. In a pitch where the bowlers enjoy more swing, try to select someone who can bat good under these conditions or select a proper swing bowler as your team captain. 

We recommend for picking captain and vice-captain from different teams. This will increase the chance of collecting maximum points. 

One method of selecting the captain well is selecting the players based on their opposition. Some cricketers like a particular opponent or a specific bowler. Don’t miss those cricketers! 

If you are selecting a bowler as a captain or vice-captain, ensure the bowler takes multiple wickets with decent economy rate. 

All-Rounders are the major players for the roles of captains in a fantasy league. If you hunt down a sincere one among the players, select them wholeheartedly 

Gather information as much as it’s possible about the teams, pitch, and the conditions.  

Select more than one team for each match. So, you can attempt playing with different blends of Captains and Vice-Captains in your fantasy games team. 

Selecting the fantasy team is more like the blend and variationSelect the captain in the way that they offer you with the least promise so that you won’t lose much with the points. 

In the conclusion: 

With the day by day increasing popularity of online fantasy games in India, the competition has been harder than before. Yet, with the number of Cricket matches growing in number, there are more possibilities now for everyone to win. And it all comes with the game awareness and additional practice in selecting the fantasy teams, especially captains and vice-captains. 

Good luck in picking the fantasy cricket team and especially your captains! 

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