31 transfers(including the free ones), 12 games; 2.58 transfer per game.
Now, as we can get our initial team set up in place, the number of transfers per game would go up a little(close to 3).
With Fandromeda providing a little more leeway with respect to transfers, I’ll be going in with a 5-5-1 strategy. But if you feel that the Bangaldesh players could implode big time, you can go with a 4-5-1-1 combination as well. And with the Fandromeda organisers giving us the option to lock in our teams just before the first ball is bowled, you can chose your combination after the toss takes place.
To play it safe, get in Bangladesh bowlers into your side, if they bowl first, as at least they will be able to get their full quota of overs in, and might chip in with a few wickets.
Joe Root, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes and Mushfiqur Rahim walk into my XI because of reasons already stated in the CT Fantasy League section.
Now, if Bangaldesh bowl first, you could go in with Mustafizur Rehman, as he is bound to chip in with a few cheap wickets in the death overs. Shakib could be a handy option too, as he would be ready to chip in with both bat and ball. And as you know, it is always good to go with all round option, rather than place all your bets on players with one dimensional skills(purely Fantasy based argument).
Steve Smith, Kane Williamson, Santner, Travis Head, Pat Cummins and Kagiso Rabada complete my XI. I have left a short note about them in the CT Fantasy League section. More on them in the next few articles.
Batting Star: Joe Root
Bowling Star: Shakib Al Hasan/Chris Woakes(whoever bowls first)