SL vs WI Dream 11 Prediction: Best Dream11 team for today World Cup match | Sri Lanka vs West Indies as TSR helps you with Dream 11.
The 39th match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between Sri Lanka and West Indies at Chester-le-Street today. While West Indies are already out of contention to qualify for the semi-finals, another loss for Sri Lanka will put curtains to their campaign as well.
Talking about both the team’s current position in the points table, Sri Lanka are at No. 7 with only a couple of victories in seven matches. On the contrary, West Indies are at No. 9 with just one victory in seven matches so far.
SL vs WI Dream 11 Prediction
Wicket-keepers for SL vs WI Dream 11
In what is a rare scenario, I have named as many as three wicket-keeper batsmen for this match. The Sri Lankan pair of Kusal Perera and Kusal Mendis has found a place in my team. Having scored 191 runs in five matches at an average of 38.20 and a strike rate of 105.52 including a couple of half-centuries, Perera is the highest run-scorer in the tournament for Sri Lanka.
West Indies wicket-keeper batsman Shai Hope might not have played according to his potential in this World Cup but that doesn’t mean he isn’t adept enough to pile runs against the Sri Lankan attack. Second-highest run-scorer for West Indies, expect Hope to yield results for you today.
Batsmen for SL vs WI Dream 11
In the two matches which Sri Lanka’s Avishka Fernando has played so far, he has shown bountiful promise with knocks of 49 and 30. At 8 credits, Fernando has it in him to become a budget buy in this match.
Having scored 200 runs in seven matches at an average of 33.33 and a strike rate of 96.15 including a couple of half-centuries, Chris Gayle has been the highest run-scorer for West Indies so far. Yet to play an archetype innings in this World Cup, expect Gayle to go bonkers today.
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My third batsman for this match is West Indies’ Shimron Hetmyer. Having scored a couple of half-centuries so far, Hetmyer has looked good in this World Cup.
All-rounders for SL vs WI Dream 11
I have picked a couple of all-rounders in my Dream11 fantasy team for this match. Sri Lanka all-rounder Dhananjaya de Silva and West Indies captain Jason Holder have made it to my team. While I’ve selected de Silva because of potential, Holder enters my team on the back looking good in patches in this World Cup. With both the cricketers expected to contribute in all the departments, expect them to earn point for you.
Bowlers for SL vs WI Dream 11
Veteran Sri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga has dismissed nine batsmen in five matches at an average of 26.22, an economy rate of 5.66 and a strike rate of 27.7. Highest wicket-taker for Sri Lanka so far, Malinga automatically finds a place in my team. Get him in!
Much like Malinga, West Indies left-arm fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell has been their best bowler so far. Cottrell might just prove handy against the likes of left-handed Sri Lankan opening batsman. Going by the same logic, I have picked Sri Lanka’s Isuru Udana as my third specialist pacer.
SL vs WI Fantain Prediction
If you will pick the same team in Fantain Prediction, you will have two credits left with you. While the same seems to be the best possible team, you can make a change if you want to by buying an expensive player. That being said, I am sticking to the same squad.