AUS vs AFG Dream11 Team: Top 5 Fantasy Picks for Australia vs Afghanistan T20 World Cup 2022 Match
Updated on: Nov 3, 2022 2:39 pm IST
AUS vs AFG Dream11 Team: The hosts and defending champions Australia are eyeing a semifinal spot and they need to win their next encounter which will be against Afghanistan at the Adelaide Oval. Afghanistan is already out of the semifinals, but the hosts Aussies need to win this one and then have to wait for the result of England vs Sri Lanka game scheduled for tomorrow. Will Australia keep their semifinal hopes alive with a win in this game or Afghanistan spoil their party? Well, we don’t know who is going to win but we have come up with the 5 best fantasy picks in this match? Let’s take a look.
1. Aaron Finch
The Aussie skipper has given his team starts especially after the failure of David Warner. Finch has looked positive in most of the innings in this World Cup and once again could be the one to anchor.
|Matches||Runs||Strike Rate||Best||in this World Cup|
|103||3120||142.53||172||107 runs from 3 innings|
2. Mitchell Starc
The fiery left-arm pacer has been bowling in his old lethal ways. The ball is zipping whenever Starc releases it, and the batters are unable to adjust with his pace and late movement. Starc will be a key figure in this match.
|Matches||Wickets||Economy||Best||in this World Cup|
|58||73||7.65||4/20||3 wickets from 3 matches|
3. Marcus Stoinis
Marcus Stoinis has almost redeemed himself in this World Cup. He has been contributing at his all-round best with both bat and ball. He has been really good in the three matches so far and once again would be the one to watch out.
4. Rahmanullah Gurbaz
Rahmanullah Gurbaz may not have been at his best in this World Cup, but he is someone who can take the game away from the opposition in a matter of few overs. Afghanistan would be hoping that Rahmanullah gives them a brisk start.
|Matches||Runs||Strike rate||Batting Average||Best|
5. Fazalhaq Farooqi
The Afghan pacer will be leading the attack. Farooqi hasn’t been consistent in this World Cup but is a go-to pacer for Afghanistan in Australian conditions.