Famous Stadiums around the Globe

Daily fantasy cricket is not just known as the game of skill but it is full of fun where cricket fans can make their own team of actual cricket players and participate in various leagues to compete with other cricket fans and earn points based on the on-field performance of their playing XI and win daily prizes. 

Stadium and pitch condition holds a crucial part selecting playing XI at a fantasy cricket. But today we are not going to talk about the pitches. This post is about the biggest stadiums around the globe. Hence, read on: 

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 

Melbourne Cricket Ground, fondly called as MCG, is the biggest and the only stadium to hold over 100000 cricket fanatics. The stadium is the national pride of the Australians and with 3 tiered Great Southern Stand, MCG has given us warm memories for all these years. The Boxing Day test matches are the main attraction of the MCG crowd over the years. 

Eden Gardens, Kolkata, West Bengal, India 

One of the best, one of the oldest and one of the most respected and loved stadiums of the cricketing world is the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. It used to hold over 100000 fans a long time ago, but then in 1864, the stadium went through a restructuring plan and now it can have room for around 80 to 85 thousand fans. The stadium has found loads of memories to cherish. 

ANZ Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 

The Stadium has the capacity to accommodate 78000 fans and it is a multi-purpose stadium as rugby and football are also the part of this stadium. The Big Bash team Sydney Thunder hosts its home games here. 

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi, Kerala, India 

The Cochin Development Authority is the owner of this stadium down south in India. The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi is one of the biggest cricket stadiums not just in India but also globally as well with a holding capacity of around 70000 cricket fans. The stadium has given India a few of the unforgettable and thumping win and also a remarkable tie match against South Africa in the early 2000s. 

Raipur International Cricket Stadium, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India 

This is one of the newest stadiums in the world of cricket. The stadium was opened for cricket matches in 2008 and has the capacity to hold 65000 cricket lovers. The first ever match played on this ground was, in fact, an unofficial one day match between the Chhattisgarh Ranji team against the touring team of Canada. The stadium is equipped with the best facilities for the playing teams as well as the spectators. 

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10 Minimum Scores by Cricket Teams in ODI

One Day International matches of cricket do bring with it the element of surprise with every game and it amazes everyone with different stats, different numbers in almost every game. Sometimes they are good records and sometimes they are records teams or the players would not be proud of. 

For playing online fantasy cricket, the players require to know all about the previous records of the team whether they are good or bad. Trust us when we say that these researches and detailed studies on records help during the formation of fantasy cricket teams. 

Zimbabwe against Sri Lanka 

The first place in this list goes to Zimbabwe cricket team. On 25 Apr 2004 Zimbabwe played against Sri Lankan team at Harare. With a run rate of 1.94, the Zimbabwe team got all out in 18 overs scoring just 35 runs. Sri Lanka won the match by 9 wickets. 

Canada against Sri Lanka 

The second place goes to Canadian cricket team; though Canada is not in the ICC list of top 12 teams. On 19 Feb 2003 Canada played against Sri Lanka at Paarl. With a run rate of 1.92, the Canadians got all out in 18.4 overs scoring 36 runs. Sri Lanka won the match by 9 wickets. 

Zimbabwe against Sri Lanka 

The third place again goes to Zimbabwe cricket team. On 8 Dec 2001 Zimbabwe played against Sri Lanka at Colombo. With a run rate of 2.42, the Zimbabwe team got all out in 15.4 overs scoring 38 runs. Sri Lanka won the match by 9 wickets. 

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Sri Lanka against South Africa 

At the fourth place, we get the Sri Lankan cricket team. In 11 Jan 2012 Sri Lanka played against South Africa at Paarl. With the run rate of 2.13, the Sri Lankan team chased and got all out in 20.1 overs scoring 43 runs. South Africa won the match by 258 runs. 

Pakistan against West Indies 

At the fifth place, we get the Pakistani cricket team. On 25 Feb 1993 Pakistan played against West Indies at Cape Town. With a run rate of 2.16, the Pakistani team got all out in 19.5 overs scoring 43 runs. West Indies won that match by 7 wickets. 

Zimbabwe against Bangladesh 

At the sixth place, we get the Zimbabwe cricket team. On 3 Nov 2009 Zimbabwe played against Bangladesh at Chittagong. With a run rate of 1.77, the Zimbabwe team got all out in 24.5 overs scoring 44 runs. Bangladesh won the match by 6 wickets. 

Canada against England Manchester 

At the seventh place, we get the Canadian cricket team. In 13 Jun 1979 Canada played against England at Manchester. With a run rate of 1.11, the Canadian team got all out in 40.3 overs scoring 45 runs. England won the match by 8 wickets. 

Namibia against Australia 

At the eighth place, we get Namibian cricket team. On 27 Feb 2003 Namibia played against Australian team at Potchefstroom. With the run rate of 3.21, the Namibian team chased and got all out in 14 overs scoring 45 runs. Australia won the match by 256 runs. 

India vs Sri Lanka 

At the ninth place, we get Indian cricket team. On 29 Oct 2000 India played against Sri Lanka at Sharjah. With the run rate of 2.03, the Indian team chased and got all out in 26.3 overs scoring 54 runs. Sri Lanka won the match by 245 runs. 

West Indies against South Africa 

At the tenth place, we get the West Indies cricket team. In 25 Jan 2004 West Indies played against South Africa at Cape Town. With the run rate of 2.31, the West Indies team chased and got all out in 23.2 overs scoring 54 runs. South Africa won the match by 209 runs. 

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Funniest Fantasy Football team Names You Can Give 

One of the most popular pastimes around the football season is fantasy premier league. And 11Wickets helps you to get started in building your dream 11 team. 

Each of the major football tournaments around the world means the return of fantasy football season. 

Hence, when you are building your fantasy football league team, you need to give a name to your teams. Normally what you do? You give just some random names to the teams, names which are similar to your names or make names with your favourite words. 

However, if you wish, you can take a suggestion from the list here; we have collected from different sites.

Following are a few Funniest Fantasy Football team Names: 

Deshaun of the Dead 

Baby Got Dak 

Jason Kelce’s Tailor 

Jason Kelce’s Speech Writer 

Baker’s Dozen 

All Barkley, All Bite  

Guns & Rosen 

The Fabulous Baker Boy 

Rosen Up Your Bow 

A Kiss from a Rosen 

Dak to the Future 

Golden Tate Warriors 

Shake it Goff 

Golden Taint 

Zeke Squad 

Hartline Bling 

PokeMoncrief 

Fournettecation 

Little Red Fournette 

Hide & Zeke 

When the Le’Veon Breaks 

Dalvin & The Chipmunks 

Le’Veon a Prayer 

Le’Veon la Vida Loca 

Highway to Bell 

Game of Jones 

Julio Let the Dogs Out 

Julio Think You Are? 

My Ball Zach Ertz 

Goff Balls 

My TE Ertz When Eifert 

It’s Too Late to Say Amari 

Eiferted 

Stairway to Evans 

San Francisco 4th & 9ers 

Hot Lockett 

Knockin on Evans Door 

Roethlisberger Helper 

2 Gurley’s 1 Cup 

GurleyThings 

The Gurley Gates 

Runs Like a Gurley 

A Zeke Outlook 

Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood 

All About That Bosa 

The Walking Dez 

Dez-ed & Confused 

Dez Nuts 

Dez Dispencers 

Wentz, Twice — Three Times a Lady 

From Wentz You Came 

Dude, Where’s Derek Carr? 

Inglourious Bradfords 

Forte inch Ditka 

Chronic Masterdeflater 

Discount Belichick 

Check My Balls 

Yo Belichick Yo Self 

Super Mario-ta 

Mariota Had a Little Lamb 

Jamaal About That Bass 

Marcus Mari…otto 

Jamaal Charles in Charge 

JJ S.W.A.T.T. Team 

Turn Down for Watt 

The JPP Fireworks Incident 

1.21 JJ WATTS 

You Down With JPP? 

Wham! Bam! Thank you Cam! 

Hernandez Hit Men 

You Kaepernick the Future 

Geno 911! 

InstaJimmyGraham 

13 Reason Ajayi 

Inglorious Staffords 

A few more names to remember:

Backfields and McCoys 

Mike Vick in a box 

Stafford Infection 

My Percy’s on Broadway 

Montee Can Buy you Happiness 

Cry Me a Rivers 

In a Van Down by the Rivers 

50 Trent 

Pitch a Trent 

Drake’s New Favorite Team 

Waka Flacco Flame 

Mount Douchemore 

U Mad Bro? 

Rudolph Redzone Reindeer 

Abdullah Oblongata 

Trolling Crabtree 

Suh Girls, One Cup 

Kung Suh Panda 

Boy Named Suh 

The Big Gronkowski 

It’s a Hard Gronk Life 

We Wilfork You 

Keyshawn Beliebs 

Wilfork Dance Party 

Evil Empire 

No Money Manziel 

Revis’ Vineyard 

OBJYN 

Bend it Like Beckham Jr. 

Jay-Z’s My Agent 

Remember the Titans 

Off to Tennessee the Whiz 

Kissing Suzy Kolber 

Smokin’ Jay Cutler 

Kaepernick Swag 

Sherman’s Last Rant 

Mannings’ O-Face 

The Boldin the Beautiful 

Mr. UGG Boots 

Gisele’s Bundchens 

The Brady Bunch 

Brady Gaga 

Luck Beat A Brady Tonight 

No Romo 

Call Me the Brees 

Laces Out 

Big Ol’ Bortles 

Show Me the Money 

Forgetting Brandon Marshall 

Favre Dollar Footlong 

It’s Always Runny in Philadelphia 

Makin’ It DWayne 

Up All Night to Get Luck-y 

Luckness Monster 

Slow White Bronco 

Enjoy making teams with these names and play fantasy football! 

5 Amazing Cricket Trivia for Cricket Fans

Playing fantasy cricket leagues is all about showing your cricket skills to the other players. But for that, you need to stay updated about the current as well as the past of the cricket world.  

We have brought you some unknown thrilling info, so that it helps you in showing your knowledge and understanding about the sport for playing fantasy cricket. Read on 

Shahid Afridi used Sachin Tendulkar’s bat to hit the fastest ever ODI century 

October 4, 1996, the cricketer stepped in to play against Sri Lanka but didn’t have proper playing kit. Pakistani spinner Saqlain Mushtaq offered him his boots and helmet and Sachin’s bat. The bat was with Waqar Younis as Sachin had given the bat to Younis to get a similar one from Sialkot. In just 37 balls he had 11 sixes to his credit and he managed to score fastest hundred in ODIs. 

The record broken later by Corey Anderson (36 balls), now belongs to South Africa’s AB de Villiers (31 balls) 

All four innings of a test on the same day 

It happened thrice in the history of cricket. In 2000, the Lord’s witnessed all the four innings on the same day during an England-West Indies match. In 2002 again the same incident happens in a match between India and New Zealand at Hamilton and the most recent occurs in 2011, when the history repeats itself at Cape Town during a South Africa-Australia Test. 

Slowest ODI innings 

Sunil Gavaskar one of the greatest batsman ever produced by India holds an unusual record to play slowest ODI innings against England on June 7, 1975. England batted and piled up 334 for 4 in 60 overs, at the time the highest total in one-day cricket. In India’s reply, Gavaskar had crawled to 36 not out off 174 balls with just one four. India had scored 132 for 3 and had lost by 202 runs. This innings by Gavaskar is one of the most selfish innings by a batsman. 

Slowest Test innings 

Geoff Allott – New Zealand’s left arm fast bowler Geoff Allott was out on duck after playing 77 Balls in 101 minutes batting in the first innings of the first Test match played in Auckland against South Africa in 1999. Geoff Allott did not make any runs in that innings, so his strike rate was 0.00. It is the slowest innings ever in the history of test cricket for score minimum runs. 

First batsman being declared run out by the third umpire 

Sachin Tendulkar, on November 14, 1992, at Durban, against South Africa. Tendulkar, who had scored 11, glance the ball to the backward point where Jonty Rhodes was fielding. Sachin attempted a quick single but sent back by non-striker Ravi Shastri. Rhodes threw the ball to the stumps where Andrew Hudson, who had moved in from short leg, broke the wicket. It was a close call so square-leg umpire Cyril Mitchley asked third umpire Karl Liebenberg to decide. The TV replay clearly showed that Tendulkar was run out. 

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Wicketkeepers Bowling And Setting Records

Playing cricket in India is like a dream come true for any cricket fan. But if you cannot play on-field, do not get disheartened and begin playing fantasy cricket games.  

We know, cricket is one that sport having the tendency to modify itself with the course of time. And it gets more competitive in the process whether on-field or online. 

With the advent of fantasy cricket and more and more people engaging with cricket through the online medium, knowledge about cricket is crucial for playing online. There have been many cricketers who have performed dual responsibilities. For instance legendary wicketkeepers such as Andy Flower, Adam Gilchrist and Mark Boucher carrying out the role of bowler as well. 

Let’s know about them a bit: 

The first wicketkeeper to bowl was Alfred Lyttelton of England in a test match against Australia at London in 1884 during the first innings of the match. 

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Mark Boucher 

Mark has served South African national cricket team for over a decade and is a respected cricketer in the world of cricket. 

In 2005, during a test match South Africa played against West Indies in Antigua with both the teams scoring massive scores of 588 and 747 respectively. The match headed for a slow draw when Mark got the ball. 

Tatenda Taibu 

The talented skipper of Zimbabwe team was a wicketkeeper batsman. He made headlines in his cricketing career when he chose to bowl against Sri Lankan team at Bulawayo in the first ODI. 

Devon Thomas 

The West Indies wicketkeeper Devon Thomas didn’t expect this to happen when he made his debut in 2009 against Bangladesh. He took the crucial wicket of Mahmadullah on the second ball of his first over, when Bangladesh team was gaining momentum, cutting them off. 

MS Dhoni 

What can be said about this brilliant Indian skipper? There is not anything that Dhoni cannot pull off in the cricket field. This Indian captain is one of the best wicketkeeper and captain India has got.  

Dhoni is an expert of trying unique and unconventional moves. One such move was witnessed in South Africa when India was playing against West Indies in the 12 match of the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy.  

On a pitch well-suited for pacers, West Indies team was struggling at 49/4 in 16 overs with DE Barnard and TM Dowlin at the crease. 

Dhoni decided to bowl the 17th over. He asked Dinesh Karthik to keep wickets, much to the amazement of fans and commentators. He bowled at a decent pace and managed to swing the ball. 

His first two deliveries were sent to the boundary line by Dowlin but the fourth delivery took the cake. 

Dhoni pitched a full-length ball that met with a thin inside edge off Dowlin’s bat and rattled the off-stump. His bowling figures in the match were 2-0-16-1. 

Enjoy reading and playing fantasy cricket! 

Gavaskar and Tale of Haircut In Middle of Test Match

Cricket is an amazing sport. Nearly the entire world is a fan of cricket. Apart from the frequent cricket matches, we now are concentrating in the fantasy cricket more and more for entertainment and showcase our cricket knowledge by building an online fantasy cricket team who can compete with others and win prizes. 

There are lots of interesting tales in the vast world of cricket and daily fantasy cricket. We are going to tell you about one such tale of Indian cricketer who is known for various records. This is a tale which will bring smile on your face. 

It is a known fact that Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar have been the record breaker and record creator in the 70s. He was quite a trendsetter in those days with his wavy curly locks. 

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And something happened surrounding those locks back in 1974! As you know, Sunil Gavaskar has many records, before others broke them. However, let us tell you that he is the only cricketer in the history of cricket who has gotten a haircut in the middle of the field, during a match. 

Know the tale now:

At a test match in 1974, where India was playing against England. Gavaskar was on the field with the wind challenging his long curly locks. Now, we would expect him to carry on playing and visit a barber later, however guess that came to his recue and gave him a haircut, instead. It was none other than the then umpire Dickie Bird, who was maybe carrying a pair of scissors with him, and cut a chunk of Gavasakar’s hair, which were falling on his face and blurring his vision, while he was playing. 

Sunil Gavaskar went on to score 101 runs that day however, India still lost the match! But whatever might be the outcome of the match, we got a really cute, hilarious and memorable incident. 

Enjoy reading this humorous tale and play cricket online as always!

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English Culture and England Cricket Team

England is said to be the modern initiator of cricket around the world. This is the nation who has initially popularized the sport slowly taking them to their colonies and playing there. As we all know that fantasy cricket is the recent trending game for cricket lovers, the sport has evolved a lot from the ancient times and has reached to this spot. 

Take a look at the history of cricket in England and be sure you play fantasy cricket later after knowing is brief history: 

Sports experts have found a reference of a game. It was like cricket in the household accounts of Edward I in 1300 being played in Kent. 

The English game originated in the sheep-rearing nation of the South East. It was the small grass of the down-land pastures which made it possible to bowl a ball of wool or rags at a target. That target was normally the wicket-gate of the sheep pasture. It which was defended with a bat in the form of a shepherd’s twisted staff. 

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More to the story:

By 17th century the sport was fairly popular as a rough rural pastime, but in the next century the leisure classes took up the sport, especially in Sussex, Kent, and London. An organised match was hosted at the Artillery Grounds, Finsbury, London, in 1730. During the middle of the 18th century, cricket was being played at every niche of society, from the wealthy estates to the village greens. But, the game lacked a rational set of rules. 

The first and most significant cricket club in the land was formed at Hambledon, Hampshire, in the 1760’s. The club was sponsored by wealthy patrons, but the players were local tradesmen and farmers. The Hambledon club established techniques of batting and bowling which still hold today. 

The centre of power soon shifted to London, most notably with the advent of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), which had its headquarters at Lord’s ground. In 1835 the MCC gave cricket its first formal laws, which still stand mainly intact today.  

A main boost for the sport of cricket was offered by famous schools like Eton, Harrow, and Winchester. The sport proved so admired among the wealthy students that an annual match termed as “Gentlemen vs. Players” took place at Lord’s from 1806-1963. 

Major cricket matches can last as long as 5 days, with each side having two “innings”, or turns at bat. Recent substitutes to the longer matches are “limited over” matches. These events may take a fairly short 3-5 hours during the course of one day.

The modern day:

Cricket is now played global, and in spite of rare successes, it is fair to say that the real power in the game has shifted from England to nations like India, South Africa, Australia, Pakistan, West Indies, etc.  

In England the major focus of the game is the county championship, with both four-day and one-day events running concurrently during the summer months. But conventional village cricket is still played in towns and villages all across the UK. 

Enjoy reading and playing online cricket! 

Interesting Info About Women Cricket

The participation of women in cricket is exciting, thrilling and women are actually developing each day in the sport. In recent years, the professionalism shown by the women cricketers has revealed that standards have improved in women’s cricket.  

In India, the women cricket team is strong and sturdy breaking and creating many records. Playing daily fantasy cricket and building your team with these women cricketers will give you a new experience. You might have played many fantasy cricket games online making team with the men cricketers. But today we bring you something which will take your interest for the women cricket team to a new level. 

Here are 10 unknown yet interesting facts about Indian Women’s Cricket team. Read on: 

India has never lost an ODI against Pakistan, Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands or Denmark. 

Jhulan Goswami has the most ODI wickets in Women’s Cricket. She has 185 ODI wickets. 

Jhulan Goswami has taken the 2nd highest number of outfield ODI catches in women’s cricket. She has taken 53 outfield ODI catches in her career so far. 

Mithali Raj is only the 2nd women to score over 5000 ODI runs. She scored 5898 runs in ODIs. 

Indian skipper Mithali Raj has played the 2nd highest number of ODIs in women’s cricket. She played 179 ODIs. 

Poonam Raut and Deepti Sharma have the highest ODI partnership in women’s cricket. They scored 320 runs vs Ireland as a pair. 

Mamatha Maben has the best bowling figures by a captain in ODIs. She has 6/10 vs Sri Lanka. Her bowling is a pleasure to watch for every Indian cricket lover. 

Smriti Mandhana has never been dismissed for a duck in an ODI. 

Deepti Sharma has the 2nd highest individual ODI score in women’s cricket. She has made 178 runs in an innings. 

Mithali Raj went 7 years without being dismissed for a duck. She went from 2000 to 2007 years without scoring a zero. 

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Crickets Facts Which Will Leave You Spellbound

Be it a school-going kid or over a 60-year-old man, everyone is up to date about every cricket match being played around the world and with the latest trend of fantasy cricket they play the daily fantasy cricket. The craze is not bound to international matches alone but to domestic games too! We all follow them all but do we remember them? Do we see between the scorecards? 

Here are a few interesting and unknown facts of cricket which you might never have noticed. 

Birthday Charm 

Peter Siddle, Australian fast bowler, is the only cricketer to have picked up a hat-trick on his birthday. This was on 25th November 2010 against England at Brisbane. Additionally to the hat-trick, that day got him his career-best bowling figures of 6 for 54 as well. 

Duck Record 

Chris Gayle has been dismissed for a duck on the very first ball thrice in test matches. This exclusive duck record is shared by Conrad Hunte, Sunil Gavaskar and Sanath Jayasuriya as well. 

Won Every World Cup 

The only ICC cricket team is the Indian cricket team who has won World Cup in all formats. 60 overs World Cup (1983), 50 overs World Cup (2011) and 20 overs World Cup (2007)! 

Lost Every World Cup 

The only ICC cricket team is the England cricket team who has lost World Cup final in all formats. 60 overs World Cup (1979), 50 overs World Cup (1987, 1992) and 20 overs World Cup (2016)! 

Unbeaten Record 

Courtney Walsh, the former West Indian skipper holds the record for having the most number of not outs in test cricket matches. It is an unbeaten record of 61 times. 

Smith’s Ton 

The most successful Test Captain in the history of cricket is Graeme Smith. He has won 3 tests as a captain. He is the only skipper to have led the side for 100 tests as well. 

Nothing out of Asia 

MS Dhoni, who was formerly Indian cricket team captain is yet to score an ODI ton outside Asia. He has already played 250+ ODI scoring 9000+ runs at an average of 51 odd with just 10 tons scoring each of them inside Asia. 

On and On 

Allan Border, former Australian skipper has played 153 consecutive tests for Australia. It is the most by any cricketer. This seems to be a forever unbreakable record. 

Safe hands 

Ricky Ponting, who is debatably one of the top cricketers in the cricketing history and was former Australian captain, has taken 28 catches in the World cup. As he was not a wicket-keeper ever, this was the most by any non wicket-keeper. 

Matchless Ganguly 

The former Indian skipper, Sourav Ganguly is the only player to win four consecutive “Man of the Match” award in One Day Internationals. 

Enjoy reading and playing fantasy cricket!

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