T20 World Cup 2021: 3 Surprise picks for Dream11 for PAK vs NAM

T20 World Cup 2021: 3 Surprise picks for Dream11 Fantasy teams for Pakistan vs Namibia

Pakistan would want to continue their unbeaten run in this tournament.

Namibia cricket team
Namibia cricket team. (Photo by INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP via Getty Images)

Pakistan and Namibia are all set to face each other in the Super 12 round match of the T20 World Cup 2021. Quite interestingly, this is going to be only the second instance that these two teams will meet each other in international cricket, with the first being in 2003 in the 50 overs World Cup. However, on this momentous occasion, it is a good chance for fans to go and grab some fantasy points.

Here are the three surprise picks for Dream11 fantasy teams for Pakistan vs Namibia: 

1. Imad Wasim

Imad Wasim is possibly one of the more important players in this format of the game for Pakistan. He does his job quietly and doesn’t fuss around too much, which leaves him out of attention. But, he is a consistent performer. He just knows how to keep things tight and also pick up a wicket or two on the day. With the bat as well, he is more than handy and can strike the ball plenty. He could be a game-changer in this match. 

2. Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez leading into this World Cup was in good form with the bat in the last year or so. His T20 batting had never been so good. However, in this World Cup so far, he hasn’t been able to get a good score for himself. But, the law of averages in cricket suggests he is going to come good at one point or another. It could be this very game where he finds his rhythm and is able to get a good score. He can also be used with the ball in this game. 

3. Ruben Trumpelmann

During the course of this tournament, a lot of people have discovered what a quality bowler Ruben is with the white ball. Being a left-arm bowler, he is very enjoyable to watch and with the new ball he can swing it as well. He might get Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan a bit into trouble if he is able to pull the ‘Shaheen Afridi’ length, which is full, at the stumps and swinging back into the batter. Don’t be surprised if he gets Pakistani batting dancing at their crease.