EN-Y vs IN-Y Dream11 and Predicted Playing 11 : India look to make it three successive wins when they take on hosts England once again
The India U19 side has stood tall amongst their counterparts this Tri-Nation U19 series. Playing in England ahead of the upcoming ICC U19 ODI World Cup, for India U19 this series was a chance to play against some of their fellow competitors at the showpiece tournament and the side have spared no expense in stamping their authority.
Opening their tournament with an emphatic 5 wicket win against their opponents for today, India went onto follow it up with an emphatic 35 run win against Bangladesh yesterday. Batting first and scoring 264 while batting first, they ended up crumbling Bangladesh for a mere 229 with the clinical performance taking them right to the top of the league standings.
Now up against the hosts for the second time this series, India will be looking to resonate the same performance from the previous faceoff between the two sides. On that day, India had gone onto bundle out England for a woeful 204 for eventually chasing down the target at hand with 5 wickets and 10 overs to spare as opener Jaiswal went onto get 78 before captain Garg came in two get the side past the finishing line.
204 against India and 200 against Bangladesh. England’s batting has been diabolic, a fiasco which has massively crumbled while batting first, failing to put on an adequate score to give their bowlers something to fight for.
And we don’t see that predicament improving today either given how sordid a viewing England have made as a batting unit. With India heavily packed with exemplary bowlers, we envisage India going onto make it three consecutive wins today and cruising to yet another win.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
Heavy emphasis was laid on the prevalent playing conditions and the state of the pitch along with how the toss would affect either side. Our picks were based on recent performances and figures and considering how sides and players traditionally function in different circumstances.
Wicket-Keeper for EN-Y vs IN-Y Dream11
India’s wicket-keeper Dhruv Jurel is our pick for this one. With India having picked up 10 wickets in both their encounters, getting in Dhruv offers our side the immense opportunity of getting in a wicket-keeper who will be heavily involved in catches and stumpings.
Batsmen for EN-Y vs IN-Y Dream11
The tournament’s highest scorer, India’s Yashasvi Jaiswal is our first pick for this encounter. He entered the marquee event having score 344 runs in 6 innings, one which included 1 100 and two 50s and has fully lived upto the expectations accorded on him with two half-centuries in the opening encounters of this series.
His captain, Priyam Garg will be accompanying him after his man of the match showing against Bangladesh. We have also opted for the two bowling options from England despite their horrendous form with us expecting the side to have rectified their mistakes in the long rest the side were offered with. The two man partnership from the side holds the identity of Jack Haynes and Tom Clark with the two having shown the best technique and application till now.
All-Rounders for EN-Y vs IN-Y Dream11
Shubhang Hedge becomes our pick from India in this facet while we have Lewis Goldsworthy enter our fray from England. Undoubtedly his side’s most consistent and finest performer in the opening two matches, Lewis has encapsulated his abilities as both a batsman and bowler to come up with some stellar showings.
Bowling Order for EN-Y vs IN-Y Dream11
Our four man heavy bowling unit is conspired of a trivalent from India with us envisaging India to manoeuvre past England and bundled them out once again. Frontline pacer Kartik Tyagi makes an entry into the side after emerging as the side’s leading wicket taker across the last two matches. He’s going to be partnered by Ravi and Purnank Tyagi for this match with us seeing the three snaring up the majority of English wickets to fall on the day.
We have a lone pick come in from England as well in the form of Kasey Aldridge.
Captain And Vice-Captain for EN-Y vs IN-Y Dream11
While Jaiswal remains our captain irrespective of whether India bat or field first, we are going to make Priyam Garg our vice-captain if India bat first while Kartik will be our vice-captain if India get to field first today.
Probable Playing 11
Dan Mousley, Tom Clark, Jack Haynes, George Hill, Lewis Goldsworthy, George Balderson (C), Finlay Bean (WK), Kasey Aldridge, Blake Cullen, James Taylor, Hamidullah Qadri
Yashasvi Jaiswal, Kamran Iqbal, Divyansh Saxena, Shashwat Rawat, Priyam Garg (C), Dhruv Chand Jurel (WK), Shubhang Hegde, Ravi Bishnoi, Vidyadhar, Sagar Mishra, Kartik Tyagi
Dream 11 Advice
With teams partaking in the tournament in a hectic and congested schedule, one which sees several countries play on consecutive days, there is a likelihood of sides changing their playing 11’s for every match. Our side is picked based on the best performers for each side with us picking up players based on their pivotal role and importance to the team paired with their recent performances, pitch conditions and roles in the side paired with the toss and pitch and playing conditions.
Factors Considered While Crafting The Dream 11 Team
When we set out to make our Dream 11 side for this particular fixture, there were a slew of factors which were incorporated while selecting our players. While the condition of the pitch played a pertinent role in deciding to go ahead with a batting or bowling heavy playing 11, the toss played an equally vital role.
Apart from that the overall stature of the two teams partaking in the contest today, importance of the player to the side and the likelihood to score big or get a rich bagful of wickets were all encapsulated while taking into consideration the captain and vice-captaincy picks and overall composition of the side.
Tri-Nation U19 Tournament
Match: England U19 Vs India U19 First ODI
Date And Time: 26th June, Friday- 3:30pm IST
Venue: College Ground, Cheltenham
Where To Watch: ECB YouTube