Abu Dhabi T10 League: Elminator, DEG vs BAT - Dream11 Fantasy Tips

T10 League 2019: Eliminator: Deccan Gladiators vs Bangla Tigers – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update

Qais Ahmed has claimed 6 wickets over the last four matches.

Qais Ahmad
Qais Ahmad. (Photo by Randy Brooks – CPL T20/Getty Images)

Match Details:

The Eliminator of the T10 League 2019 in Super League will be played between Deccan Gladiators and Bangla Tigers at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

The match starts at 5:45 PM local time (1:45 PM GMT) (7:15 PM IST).

The game can be viewed on Sony SIX / SIX HD and Sony TEN 3 / TEN 3 HD. Live streaming available on Sony Liv.

Preview:

The Deccan Gladiators will face off Bangla Tigers in the Eliminator game on Saturday soon after the Maratha Arabians take on the Qalandars in the Qualifier 1. Both Gladiators and Tigers could have been the opponents in the 1st Qualifier had a put on little more effort on the final day of the Super League. The Deccan team lost to Northern Warriors by 10 runs which is their first loss in the tournament since losing to Delhi Bulls on the opening day. Bangla Tigers lost to the Arabians on Friday which was their first defeat since losing to Gladiators in their first match.


Weather Condition/Report:

The Abu Dhabi stadium could see a bit of cloud around 7 PM local time but no rain is expected.

Pitch Condition/Report:

The last couple of matches that started at 5:45 PM have produced slightly lower totals in comparison to what has been seen in the first 5 days. Since this is playoffs, we can expect pitches to be different and suit the batsmen more. Usually, the teams batting first needed at least 130 to win during the 2nd match of the day.

Average first innings total: 114 (Matches starting at 5:45 PM in T10 League 2019/20)

Record of chasing team: Won – 4, Lost – 4

Injury and Availability:

(Will be updated when there is an update)


Probable Playing XIs:

Deccan Gladiators:

Shane Watson (C), Mohammad Shahzad (WK), Anton Devcich, Kieron Pollard, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Ben Cutting, Fawad Ahmed, Daniel Lawrence, Sheldon Cottrell, Zahir Khan, Zahoor Khan.

Bench – Tymal Mills, Prashant Gupta, Imtiaz Ahmed, Mason Crane, Sharif Asadullah, Asif Khan, Migael Pretorius.

Bangla Tigers:

Andre Fletcher, Rilee Rossouw, Colin Ingram, Tom Moores (WK), Thisara Perera (C), Robbie Frylinck, David Wiese, Chirag Suri, Qais Ahmad, Liam Plunkett, Kevin Koththigoda/Prabath Jayasuriya.

Bench – Anamul Haque, Hassan Khan, Farhad Reza, Kevin Koththigoda/Prabath Jayasuriya.


Top Picks:

Qais Ahmed has claimed 6 wickets over the last four matches. Robbie Frylinck hasn’t done much with the ball but has aggregated 102 runs at an average of 34. Zahoor Khan took 2/8 in the match against Northern Warriors. He bowled 9 successive dot balls which include maiden in the 9th over of the innings. Shane Watson amassed 204 runs at an average of 51 with help of two fifties in six innings.

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain Options: Shane Watson, David Wiese, Rilee Rossouw

Vice-Captain Options: Mohammad Shahzad, Andre Fletcher, Robbie Frylinck


Suggested Playing XI No.1 for Fantasy Cricket:

Keeper – Mohammad Shahzad, Andre Fletcher (VC)

BatsmenShane Watson (C), Rilee Rossouw, Colin Ingram

All-Rounders – David Wiese, Robbie Frylinck, Ben Cutting

Bowlers – Fawad Ahmed, Zahoor Khan, Qais Ahmad

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for Fantasy Cricket:

KeeperMohammad Shahzad (VC), Andre Fletcher

Batsmen – Daniel Lawrence, Shane Watson, Rilee Rossouw

All-Rounders – Thisara Perera, David Wiese (C), Kieron Pollard

Bowlers – Fawad Ahmed, Sheldon Cottrell, Qais Ahmad


Expert Advice:

There are quite a lot of worthy players in the all-rounders’ category for this game. However, no one is as trustable and consistent as David Wiese among them. Only Robbie Frylinck comes close to that level of consistency.

Probable Winners:

The Bangla Tigers are expected to win this fixture.

*Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.