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| On Updated : Oct 5, 2020 1:48 PM IST

How to win Grand League in Dream11? Expert Tips

Expert Tips to win Grand League in Dream11: If you’re into fantasy cricket and an avid Dream11 user, winning Grand League must be one of your dreams. We are enlisting expert tips that will give you a shot at winning Dream11 grand league. Let’s start.

Expert Tips to win Grand League in Dream11

1. Identify all the match-winners

The hugely important factor for every fantasy team is players. Pick those players first who are the best in business. If they aren’t, don’t pick them. Focus on match-winners is likely to bring rewards

2. Stay tuned to keep a tab on injuries, late changes, final XIs

Often in sports, you will see late injuries or changes. Always stay tuned and informed to make late decisi ons on players. One of the best sources to get all the updates and staying informed is on Telegram. Click to JOIN TELEGRAM for FREE Dream11 Teams

3. Pick fixtures wisely, have an edge over competition

Set sight on fixtures and pick those where you think you have the best chance or have an edge over competition. If you have to, you can do research and get that advantage.

4. Plan ahead, do research

Most sports are numbers game, so is fantasy sports. Yes, you need to think and plan. Think mathematically, bring numbers into play. Click to check all cricket stats on batting, bowling and player battles on STATpedia.

5. Choose captain who can lead from the front

Pick captain, vice-captain or power players who are consistent and prove themselves as game-changer match after match. Trust them to do it again for you and you might get lucky to win 1 Crore in Dream11.

6. Listen to expert advice

Hear out the experts and their opinion. You will get hints, strategies, valuable inputs and cues that can prove to be game-changing. Click to SUBSCRIBE YOUTUBE for Dream11 Prediction Videos

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Himanshu Sharma @himanshux_

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