5 must have players in your fantasy team for india vs pakistan for the t20 world cup match

5 must have players in your fantasy team for india vs pakistan for the t20 world cup match



The most awaited match for all Indians and Pakistanis is the match that is scheduled for this Sunday (24-10-2021). Most people are looking forward to creating their own fantasy team. The hard part here is that one gets confused on whom to choose and whom not to.

Usually, a fantasy cricket team should be created on the basis of players’ performance, analysis of weather and pitch report, pick top-order batsmen, choose an appropriate captain, and vice-captain. These four things ensure you win a big as well as how much you persevere.

This article will help you in building a good fantasy team. The following is the list of players whom you could pick and make a part of your team.

If you are looking for the best Indian players you can opt for

Hardik Pandya:

Hardik Pandya is an each-rounder Indian cricketer, a right-arm fast-medium bowler, and a right-handed batsman. In domestic cricket, Pandya plays for the Baroda Cricket platoon, whose home ground is Moti Bagh Stadium in the Palace grounds, Vadodara, Gujarat. Pandya is known for his aggressive bowling and fur style in the field.

Having an emotional debut season in IPL for Mumbai Indians 2015, Pandya went on to become one of the crucial players of the ballot. He has made a huge donation to MI’s overall performance in forthcoming IPL seasons later.

Pandya is the first Indian to score four and 30 runs in a single T20I match. He made this record-breaker performance against England in 2018. In forty-nine matches he was successful in taking 42 wickets at an economy of 8.18 and scored 434 runs in which he hit twenty-seven boundaries and 30 sixes.

Varun Chakravarthy:

Varun Chakravarthy can prove to be the number one player for India in this edition of the T20 World Cup. The riddle incentive is anticipated to play a crucial part for India in his demoiselle T20 World Cup appearance.

Varun can make the stylish batsmen dance to his redundant brio and changeable angles. He’d a good spin in the IPL with eighteen wickets in 17 games at a veritably good frugality rate of 6.58.

The 30- time-old Varun has featured in three T20Is for India so far and was successful in taking two wickets. In the UAE leg of IPL 2021, Varun was one of KKR’s stylish and most effective munitions and captain Kohli and tutor MS Dhoni would have surely made note of that.

K L Rahul:

Since the launch of India’s post-World Cup season, Rahul has maundered 11 times in T20Is and no way been dismissed for single numbers. His run of scores reads 20, 15, 8 *, 52, 62, 11, 91, 45, 54, 56, 57 *.

In addition, he is also good at wicket-keeping. In 48 ICC T20 matches, he made twelve half-centuries and 2 centuries. You can also make him the captain as he has always proved to be a turning point for team India.

Also, you can pick these two players from Pakistan to be a part of your fantasy team.

Babar Azam:

For the last three years, Babar Azam has proved to be a triumphant T20 opener. He has 2557 runs across all T20s as nature in sixty-four games since 2017 at a normal strike rate in the mid-130s. Azam is excellent because he constantly makes the 30-plus average score in T20s.

Shaheen Shah Afridi:

Shaheen Afridi has a formidable bowling standard of under 28 in all three formats in which he has played thirty T20I matches. He is a left-arm fast bowler. He takes the new ball generally and uses his height to get the pace and brio from the pitch.


Some of you may be wondering why players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jadeja, Bumrah haven’t been mentioned. These people reek of experience and also people tend to pick them first when they make their fantasy team.

Hence apart from them, one can also pick the above players for the T20 World Cup match. You can as well pick Mohammed Rizwan from Pakistan. As mentioned above if you want to achieve considerable results choose your team after proper analysis and not just depend on luck. Take a little risk, haven’t you heard “What’s a life without a risk!”?


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