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| On Updated : Dec 19, 2019 12:21 PM IST

SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Dream11 Match Prediction | Under-19 Tri-series | Team News

SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Dream11 Match Preview

Sri Lanka Under-19 vs England Under-19 Dream11: A preparatory final is all set to be played between England U19 and Sri Lanka Under 19 at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua.
Both teams are placed at the top two spots on the points table which means, they will be colliding in the finals as well which is scheduled to be played on December 21st.
Here, we have come up with match prediction, team news, possible playing elevens and fantasy picks for SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Dream11 prediction, today match prediction.

Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua, 19th December at 06:30 PM IST

Last result at this venue

Dec 17, 2019: West Indies U19 207/9 (50 Overs), defeated Sri Lanka U19 200/8 (50 Overs) by 7 runs.

Head to Head (Last 5 games)

Sri Lanka Under-19 won: 04
England Under-19 won: 01
No result: 00

SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Dream11 Team News

England Under-19 News
With an eye set on the finals, they will field in their best possible eleven for this particular game.
Injuries: No injury concerns
Possible combination:
Ben Charlesworth and Sam Young will be the openers followed by Dan Mousley and Jack Haynes.
The likes of Scott Currie, Kasey Aldridge and Luke Hollman will definitely start among the bowlers.
England Under-19 Playing 11- (Expected).
Ben Charlesworth, George Hill, Dan Mousley, George Balderson, Jack Haynes, Luke Hollman, Kasey Aldridge, Joey Evison, Scott Currie, Harry Duke, Sam Young. (Doubt: Lewis Goldsworthy, Jordan Cox)

Sri Lanka Under-19 News
Naveen Fernando was dropped in the last game and could come into the eleven at the expense of Lakshan Gamage.
Injury: No injury concerns.
Probable combination: Navod Paranavithana and Kamil Mishara will open the innings followed by Amshi de Silva, Ahan Wickramasinghe and skipper Nipun Dhanajaya.
The likes of Amshi de Silva, Ashen Daniel and Sudeera Thilakaratne will be the bowlers to rely upon.
Sri Lanka Under-19 Playing 11- (Expected)
Nipun Dananjaya, Sonal Dinusha, Sudeera Thilakaratne, Navod Paranavithana, Yasiru Rodrigo, Kavindu Nadeeshan, Ahan Wickramasinghe, Lakshan Gamage/Naveen Fernando, Ashian Daniel, Amshi de Silva, Kamil Mishara

SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Today match prediction Squads

SL-U19 Squad
Nipun Dhananjaya (C), Yasiru Rodrigo, Kamil Mishara, Navodh Paranavithana, Ahan Wickramasinghe, Lakshan Gamage, Naveen Fernando, Chamindu Wickramasinghe, Amshi De Silva, Ashen Daniel, Chamindu Wijesinghe, Dilum Sadeera Thilakaratne, Ravindu De Silva, Sonal Dinush Gamage, Kavindu Nadeeshan.

EN-U19 Squad
George Balderson(c), George Hill, Dan Mousley, Scott Currie, Hamidullah Qadri, Tom Clark, Luke Hollman, Jack Haynes, Ben Charlesworth, Kasey Aldridge, Jordan Cox(w), Joey Evison, Lewis Goldsworthy, Blake Cullen, Harry Duke, Sam Young.

SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy Picks from England Under-19-

Players to watch-out:
Dan Mousley: 140 runs from 5 innings so far at an average of 28.
T Clark: 80 runs from 3 innings so far at an average of 26.66.
K Aldridge: 13 wickets from 4 matches so far.

Players to avoid:
J Cox

Fantasy Picks from Sri Lanka Under-19-

Players to watch-out:
N Perera: 216 runs from 5 innings so far at an average of 72.
G Dinusha: 117 runs from 4 innings so far at an average of 39.
K Nadeeshan: 15 wickets from 5 matches in this series so far.

Players to avoid:
Lakshan Gamage

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Who will Win Today Match: We are backing Sri Lanka Under-19 to win this contest.

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The Fantasy teams which we have provided here of SL-U19 vs EN-U19 Dream11 are to the best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.