Pune devils against qalandars, Dream11 Fantasy Cricket instructions: Playing XI, Pitch summary and Injury Update – Abu Dhabi T10 League 2021, Game 4

The 4th game of the Abu Dhabi T10 tournament will be held between Pune Devils against Qalandars at the venue of Sheikh Zayed Stadium situated in Abu Dhabi.

The game is slated to begin at 3:00 PM regional time (5:30 PM Indian Standard Time) and it will be exhibited exclusively on the Sony Ten 3, Sony Six, Sony Liv, and furthermore on Jio sports channels.

THE CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR GAME 4:

It will be a pleasant day in Abu Dhabi with the climate varying within 25-26° Celsius and the humidity may be 54%. There are zero odds of rain for this game.

PITCH CONDITION/SUMMARY:

The skin of the pitch there at the venue of Sheikh Zayed ground has presently swiveled totally in sides of the batsmen. This configuration will be a misery for the bowlers and there is no edge for the omission. Batting comes to be simpler in the later half of the game. Therefore, whoever gains a victory in the toss must bowl initially.

AVERAGE INITIAL INNINGS RUNS:

115 (assuming initial 2 games of this competition held on this venue)

Results for hunting teams in the past:

Victories – 2, Defeat – 0, Draw – 0

HARMS AND AVAILABILITY INFORMATION:

Shahid Afridi has confronted difficulty with his Visa and may not be vacant for this match.

PROPOSED PLAYING XI NO.1 FOR PD VS QAL DREAM11 

Fantasy game:

Wicket-Keeper: Chadwick Walton, Ben Dunk

Batsmen: Bell-Drummond the English batsman Tom Banton (skipper), Daniel, Tom Kohler-Cadmore (Vice-captain), Kennar Lewis,

All-Rounders: the English all-rounder Samit Patel, Nasir Hossain

Bowlers:  The West Indian pacer Chris Jordan, Munis Ansari, the Pakistani bowler Mohammad Amir.

SUGGESTED PLAYING XI NO.2 FOR PD VS QAL DREAM11 

Fantasy game:

Wicket-Keeper: the West Indian cricketer, Chadwick Walton

Batsmen: Asif Ali, the English batsman Tom Banton, Kennar Lewis (C), Daniel Bell-Drummond (Vice-Captain),

All-Rounders: The English all-rounder Samit Patel, Nasir Hossain, Azmatullah Omarzai, 

Bowlers: Hardus Viljoen, the Pakistani cricketer Sohail Tanvir, Munis Ansari.

PROFESSIONAL’S SUGGESTION

Courtesy: India Fantasy

As it’s a T10 configuration, go for a maximum number of the prime order batsmen in your Dream11 fantasy squads. There will be a tinier susceptibility of chance for the central order batsmen and therefore you should avert going for them, except in case the player is an all-rounder.

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