The phrase “to err is human” is totally applicable for fantasy cricket. Being the fantasy cricket fan, you must love your time picking up the dream team. In fantasy cricket it is primarily the team, making the mistakes take away the wins.
While drafting your fantasy cricket team, you need to take some of the toughest decisions which can be the deciding factor for your team.
Let’s take a look at the mistakes you should avoid at all cost when you start picking up your team:
Avoid going crazy over favourite players
Everybody has their “favourite players”. They are the players that you love and have to have as they’re your favourite. It’s okay to have your favourites, but you need to pick the ones who are performing stars. We are not saying you should never get your favourites, and it is perfectly okay to go a little overpriced for a cricketer you love or a cricketer you think will break out, but you should never pick cricketers with such a rigid mindset that you must get a player no matter the cost.
Avoid selecting players without a plan
Before selecting players for any of the daily fantasy cricket matches, be sure you have hatched out a plan. With no prior planning from your end, your fantasy pick-ups will not be a clever one.
Avoid overpaying for mediocre players
You want to get a few highly talented cricketers on your team. But some people miss out on the talent which leads to overbidding on lesser talents or even worse. This is why it is important to have a plan and stick somewhat close to it.
Avoid spending your entire budget in the first five minutes
The most common mistake for riotous owners is spending their credits on the players in just first 5 minutes. It is one of the biggest mistakes on your part. Take your time, observe which pool of players are playing in the match, plan your strategies, research and they make your dream team.
Avoid getting stuck with players you don’t want
Picking the cricketers is fun. It’s especially great when you get to see the face of your losing opponents. However, it’s not so much fun when you get stuck overpaying for a cricketer you didn’t want in the first place.
Worry more about your own team than of your friends, you’ll find that it works out better more often than not.
Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy!