AUS vs NZ Dream 11 Prediction: Best Dream11 team for today World Cup match | Australia vs New Zealand as TSR helps you with Dream 11.
The 37th match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between Australia and New Zealand at Lord’s today. A contest between the topmost teams of the tournament is highly likely to be a riveting one.
With six victories in seven matches, Australia are currently the table toppers. On the other hand, with five victories in seven matches, New Zealand are at No. 3 behind India.
In the general run of things, such a match won’t affect which team will qualify for the semi-finals. That being said, the form that both these teams are in gives us the certainty that it will be a cracker of a contest.
AUS vs NZ Dream 11 Prediction
Wicket-keepers for AUS vs NZ Dream 11
My only wicket-keeper batsman for this match is New Zealand’s Tom Latham. I am not shying away from admitting that Australia’s Alex Carey was my first-choice wicket-keeper batman but a budget constraint made me go forward with Latham. Expected to bat at No. 5 (as compared to Carey’s No. 7), I expect Latham to do well for me today.
Batsmen for AUS vs NZ Dream 11
Both Australia have New Zealand have majorly relied on they key specialist batsmen. It is a reason why I have only picked the best three batsmen from both the sides. My three batsmen in this Dream11 fantasy team include Australia opening batsman David Warner, captain Aaron Finch and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.
Talking about the Australian duo, Warner and Finch are the top two run-scorers of the tournament at this point in time. The pair has jointly scored in vicinity of 1,000 runs including four centuries and six half-centuries. Having scored 414 runs in six matches at an average of 138 and a strike rate of 77.81 including two centuries and a half-century, Williamson is the highest run-scorer for New Zealand and fifth overall.
All-rounders for AUS vs NZ Dream 11
Much like the last match, I am persisting with the New Zealand-duo of James Neesham and Colin de Grandhomme. Albeit in a losing effort, Neesham and de Grandhomme’s 132-run partnership for the sixth wicket is enough for me to reconsider them in my fantasy team. Both of them have also been among the wickets in this tournament.
Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis is my third all-rounder for this match. With seven wickets in five matches at an average of 28.57, an economy rate of 6.06 and a strike rate of 28.2, Stoinis is the third-highest wicket-taker for Australia at the moment. While he might not have scored exceedingly well, his lone ODI century has come against New Zealand.
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Bowlers for AUS vs NZ Dream 11
Much like the batsmen, I have stuck by the same logic in the bowling department. I have selected both the highest wicket-takers from both the sides.
Australia trio of Mitchell Starc (highest wicket-taker of the tournament), Pat Cummins and Jason Behrendorff have made it to my squad. The latter might not be Australia’s highest wicket-taker but him registering a maiden five-wicket haul against England was enough for me to pick him. Against New Zealand’s struggling opening pair, expect this trio to add to their misery.
Having picked 15 wickets in six matches at an average of 17.80, an economy rate of 4.97 and a strike rate of 21.4, New Zealand’s Lockie Ferguson is their highest wicket-taker of the tournament.
AUS vs NZ Fantain Prediction
As far as Fantain Prediction is concerned, I have made a solitary change to my team. As mentioned above, I wanted to pick Alex Carey over Tom Latham in my fantasy team. With Fantain’s point system allowing me to buy Carey under the allowed budget, I didn’t think twice before making that move even if it means that I have picked seven Australian players.