Fantasy Cricket: Key players for ENG vs PAK Dream11, WOR vs NOT Dream11, SUR vs KET Dream11, GLO vs SOM Dream11, GLA vs SUS Dream11
A clinical performance at Lord’s and woeful performance from England has made Pakistan think of winning a Test series in England, which they have not since 1996. And all they need to is avoid defeat at Headingley while the hosts need a win to avoid an embarrassing situation.
Let’s take a look at the players who can make an impact in this enthralling encounter and also for the Royal One-Day Cup clashes tomorrow.
Joe Root, Alastair Cook and Jos Buttler all got 50+ scores at Lord’s and will be key for England’s batting again. With the ball, the swing kings Anderson and Broad can make an impact on the game.
For confident Pakistan, Asad Shafiq, Azhar Ali and Haris Sohail have looked in good nick in the first Test. Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Amir and Hasan Ali would again challenge the English batsmen with their skillful bowling.
Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Ross Taylor and Samit Patel have chipped in with the bat for Nottinghamshire. Harry Gurney and Jake Ball have been the stars with the ball for the side.
Calum Ferguson scored an unbelievable 192 runs on his first game of the competition and Leicestershire. Edward Barnard is the leading wicket-taker for the side in the tournament.
David Lloyd, Colin Ingram and Selman have played an innings of substance for Glamorgan thus far, while Merchant de Lange and Wagg have picked 5 wickets each.
Both Luke Wright and Harry Finch have scored hundred in the competition. Briggs and Robinson have been the two best bowlers for the side.
Joe Denly and Bell-Drummond have amassed 219 runs each in five knocks thus far. Matt Henry has 10 scalps in the bag in 5 games for Kent.
Foakes and Jacks are two batsmen Surrey will be relying on. With the ball, all-rounder Rikki Clarke has done most of the damage.
Hildreth has accumulated 347 runs at an astonishing batting average of 69.40 in 6 knocks. Peter Trego and Craig Overton are among other main contributors for the Somerset.
Hankins and Howell have registered two 50+ scores in three outings for Gloucestershire while Liddle has stood out with the ball – 9 wickets in 3 games.