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 Fantasy XI – Australia vs Bangladesh 34th Match, Group 1 2021/22 – Cricket Insights

Fantasy XI – Australia vs Bangladesh 34th Match, Group 1 2021/22 – Cricket Insights


Fantasy Tips

Fantasy tips for the T20 World Cup game between Australia and Bangladesh

Match 34: Australia vs Bangladesh, Dubai

Fantasy XI: Liton Das, David Warner, Mushfiqur Rahim, Steven Smith, Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Mahedi Hasan, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Shoriful Islam

Captain: David Warner
He has two scores of 60 or more in his last four outings at Dubai International Stadium.
Vice-captain: Mitchell Starc
One of the most prolific wicket-takers with 19 wickets in 13 games in T20 World Cups. Bangladesh have struggled against pacers hitting 145-plus speeds, and Starc could make early inroads.
Other players
Liton Das: Das has played a couple of important knocks in his last two games, recording scores of 44 and 24, getting into dream team on both these occasions.
Mushfiqur Rahim: One of the leading scorers against spin in this tournament, with 71 runs in 58 balls with just two dismissals.
Steven Smith: Four scores of 25 or more (including two 35s and a 57) in five outings in this tournament, including the warm-up games).
Aaron Finch: He has been in fine form for Australia recently, recording five scores of 30 or more in his last six T20Is. The last time he played against Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup, he scored a 45-ball 71.
Glenn Maxwell: Three 50-plus scores in his last five outings in Dubai.
Mahedi Hasan: Joint-second-highest wicket-taker for Bangladesh in the tournament, with eight strikes in seven games.
Josh Hazlewood: Joint-highest wicket-taker in the recent T20I series against Bangladesh, with eight strikes in four games.
Adam Zampa: He has not gone wicketless in any of his five games against Bangladesh, picking up eight wickets at an economy rate of 6.15.
Shoriful Islam: Fourth-highest wicket-taker in the death overs in T20Is this year, with 11 strikes in nine games at an economy of 6.53.



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