ENG vs SL Dream11 Team: Top 5 Fantasy Picks for England vs Sri Lanka T20 World Cup 2022 Match
Updated on: Nov 4, 2022 4:43 pm IST
ENG vs SL Dream11 Team: England and Sri Lanka will be up against in the final Super 12 match from Group 1. England is chasing a semifinal spot and a win in this game will help them go into the semifinal along with New Zealand from Group 1. As far as Sri Lanka is concerned, with Australia winning against Afghanistan last evening, their hopes of making it to the last 4 are all but gone. Jos Buttler’s side would leave no stone unturned in this all-important game to book a semifinal berth this Saturday. Here we have come up with the 5 best fantasy picks in this match, so without any further ado, take a look.
1. Jos Buttler
The English skipper finally got going in the last match against New Zealand where is scored a match winning 50. He will be crucial in this all-important clash especially against the likes of Wanindu Hasaranga and Maheesh Theekshana. Below are his numbers in this World Cup.
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2. Sam Curran
All-rounder Sam Curran has already scalped a 5-fer in this World Cup and has been bowling really well in the death overs. Curran is handy with the bat as well and is an unmissable pick in fantasy teams.
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3. Kusal Mendis
Sri Lanka’s wicket-keeper batter is also their leading run-getter in this World Cup so far. He has scored a fifty each in the qualification and Super 12 stage and will be crucial at the top in this match as well.
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4. Wanindu Hasaranga
The talismanic leg-spin all-rounder is the leading wicket-taker for SL in this World Cup so far. He helps in dropping down the batting team’s momentum in the middle stages and will be a good choice for C or VC in fantasy teams.
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5. Alex Hales
The English opener along with his skipper got going in the last match against New Zealand. Hales was the one who took the attack on New Zealand’s bowling and once again he will be crucial at the top to give England the start they require.
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