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The fifth match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between South Africa and Bangladesh at The Oval tomorrow. Coming on the back of a 104-run loss against hosts England, South Africa would be hoping to register their first victory of the tournament.
Bangladesh, who will be playing their tournament opener, will look to gain the winning momentum first up. Having said that, the same might become a daunting task for them especially if they lose a vital player (or two) due to injury.
While two Asian teams have struggled to cope up with the demands of batting in English conditions, a lot of eyes will be on how Bangladesh bats against a bowling attack comprising of Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi.
In addition to our piece on BAN vs SA Dream11 Prediction, here is a piece on three players who are a must in your Dream11 Fantasy teams. I have selected one wicket-keeper batsman, one all-rounder and a specialist fast bowler as my Top Three picks. Doing the same will also not bring any major budget constraint for you.
Bangladesh vs South Africa Dream11 Fantasy Team – Best Picks
Quinton de Kock (10 credits)
South Africa wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock was South Africa’s highest run-scorer during their defeat against England. With better support from the other end, de Kock might have converted his half-century into a century.
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) May 31, 2019
Having scored a century and a half-century in six ODIs against Bangladesh, expect the southpaw to continue his good run both in the tournament and against Bangladesh. As far as your Dream11 Fantasy team is concerned, get de Kock in even if he costs you 10 credits.
Shakib Al Hasan (9.5 credits)
There should be not even an iota of doubt in our mind regarding including Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan in your Dream11 team. The No. 1 all-rounder in MRF Tyres ICC ODI Rankings, Shakib is most likely to give you returns in both the innings.
While he will surely play a significant role with the ball in hand, Shakib’s batting position of No. 3 means that he will get to spend more time in the middle and hence score more runs.
Kagiso Rabada (9.5 credits)
In the six ODIs which Kagiso Rabada has played against Bangladesh, he has picked up 13 wickets at an average of 16.76, an economy rate of 4.54 and a strike rate of 22.1.
These numbers in association with his overall ODI numbers and the surety that Rabada will bowl with the new ball and during the death overs should be enough signs for you all to pick him in your Dream11 side.
If Bangladesh continue to play like Asian teams have been doing, expect Rabada to be at the helm with respect to sending back the opposition batsmen.