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Editor’s Pick (Test): India - South Africa.

Yup. We lost the series. We have lost two matches out of a three match test series. We hope to win the third test. But that is not all that we have to look forward to. Fantain Fantasy Cricket is here to provide you with various lineups that you can pick from. There is a 250 rupee pool that will win you a thousand rupees if you come first. Second and third places are 750 and 250 rupees respectively. 

Other pools are just as lucrative where you can play with Rs 100, Rs 50, Rs 30, and so on. IF you win the free pool, you can win FanCash that you can use to play the paid pool.

It’s a win win situation isn’t it? So let’s see which players you can have on your lineup that will improve your chances of winning. It is a bright and green strip. More trouble for the wicket-keeper. 
The highest total on this pitch is a massive 450. Scored by SA against India. Hmm..

Must have players
R Ashwin
Hardik Pandya
Virat Kohli
Vernon Philander

Good-Form Players / Reliable
Lungi Ngidi
Jasprit Bumrah
Vernon Philander

High performance players on the Fantain App
Faf Du Plessis - 140.5
Ab De Villiers - 165
Virat Kohli - 145
Mohammed Shami - 180
K Rabada - 173
Morne Morkel - 173
Vernon Philander - 211

I would like to play Rahane in my team. We need to add to our batting power. Parthiv Patel has shown some girth and should stay on. Saha is out.

What do you think?
Indu
P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take
responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!

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