IND vs PAK Dream 11 Prediction: Best Dream11 team for today’s India vs Pakistan Match 22 | TSR helps you with Dream 11 for CWC 2019.
For match 22 we have what is possibly the most exciting game in the world of cricket. India takes on Pakistan in the tale of rivals across borders. Both teams will travel to Manchester to battle it out in the Old Trafford Cricket Stadium. This match up brings to us a very talented set of players.
India currently sits on 4th position with 5 points to their name. They won 2 games, against Australia and South Africa. Pakistan, on the other hand have only won one of their 4 games, with 1 ending in a washout.
India had to share points in the last game and fans flew into a rage. We can only imagine the resentment the England board will face if India-Pakistan does not take place.
IND vs PAK Dream 11 Prediction
Wicket-keepers for IND vs PAK Dream 11
I had a total of three wicket-keepers to select from, but I’ve decided to pick Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed. Compared to MS Dhoni, Ahmed has done comparatively better in the World Cup, scoring 103 runs in 3 games. He also has one half-century to his name and a strike rate of 99. Sarfraz is available for only 8.5 credits and is a reliable batting option.
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) June 15, 2019
Batsmen for IND vs PAK Dream 11
I’ve gone for 4 in-form batsmen as part of my XI. After the injury to Shikhar Dhawan, it seems imminent that KL Rahul will open for India alongside Rohit Sharma. And for this reason I’ve decided to pick both of them.
Sharma has scored 179 runs in the two matches including a magnificent century against South Africa. He led India an uphill challenge to a target of 228 after his partner in crime Dhawan got dismissed early. With a strike rate of 84, Sharma is one of the most in-form batters of the bout.
Naturally an opener, my selection of Rahul rests on the assumption that he’ll be opening for India with Sharma in tomorrow’s game. This may just be his chance to turn the criticism around. He had a decent innings against South Africa scoring 26 runs in 42 runs. The expectations from Rahul are huge and he has to deliver in the absence of one of the best openers in the world.
Pakistani opener Fakhar Zaman is my next selection for this tie. His power-hitting will be what Pakistan need to get a good start against a very powerful Indian bowling lineup. He scored 36 runs in only 40 balls against Australia and got them a very unlikely victory. Zaman is hitting the ball at a strike rate of 98.30 and is a good choice for the fantasy team.
Keeping my best choice for the last, I’ve decided to pick India captain Virat Kohli. The skipper is the most expensive player among the options available, and rightly so. He has played 2 games and has 100 runs to his name, including an 82 off 77 against Australia.
Kohli gets going when his team needs him the most and can vary his hitting according the need. His aggressive half century got him team 352 runs against Australia, and him a total of 100 runs in the tournament. During his last encounter against Pakistan in the World Cup, he scored 107 runs off 126 balls, and that alone is a word of threat for Pakistan.
All-rounders for IND vs PAK Dream 11
I’ve gone for two big hitters as part of my team, one from each team. I’ve given my first preference to Hardik Pandya. The youngster is in the form of his life, and is coming off a very successful IPL campaign. He has an outrageous strike rate of 185 in the tournament and has scored 63 runs in the two matches.
— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) June 15, 2019
My second pick is also a very in-form hitter of the ball in Mohammad Hafeez. He has performed extremely well with both the bat and the ball. The veteran all rounder has scored 146 runs in the tournament and has also taken 2 wickets.
Bowlers for IND vs PAK Dream 11
My first pick is the leading wicket-taker in this edition – Mohammad Amir. The 27-year old bowler has dismissed 10 batsmen in the tournament so far. He is in terrific form, and is the obvious first pick for this encounter. Another Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz is my second choice. Wahab and Amir are sure to not give Indian openers any opportunity to get comfortable.
My last two picks are India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Bumrah is arguably the best bowler in the world, and has the skill to turn a game on its head within a few deliveries. He balls a yorker like no one else in the world, and his 5 wickets in 3 games are a testament to that. He is bowling at an insane economy rate of 4.80, an average of 19.20 and a strike rate of only 24.
As things stand, Chahal is India’s highest wicket-taker. He seems next to unstoppable at the moment. He has taken six wickets and has an economy of 5.60. Chahal been in such great form, he has even topped Bumrah’s extraordinary average and economy with 18.83 and 20 respectively.