Thursday, October 27, 2022

Dream 11 ICC Official Season Long T20 World Cup 2022 Fantasy Game - Differential Players for IREvAFG, ENGvAUS & NZvSL

We have already seen some Tips & Tricks & Differential players for the previous matches of the Official Season Long T20 World Cup 2022 Fantasy Game powered by Dream11. To learn all about the boosters being provided and how & when to use them, click here.

In this post, I will list out Top 11 Differential (less then 10% owned) players for matches covering:

Afghanistan v Ireland, October 28, MCG

England v Australia, October 28, MCG

New Zealand v Sri Lanka, October 29, SCG

Finn Allen 6.52%

  • Explosive Opening Batsmen
  • In Good form
  • He showed what he is capable of against rivals Australia the opening match

Kusal Mendis 7.67%

  • In form nailed keeper batter
  • 2 back to back 50's for him before the failure against Australia

Pathum Nissanka 2.98%

  • Coming back from injury
  • One of the most consistent performers
  • Played well against Australia

Charith Asalanka 4.12%

  • Looked imperious against Australia
  • Nailed
  • Faces NZ on a Sydney track full of runs

Andy Balbirnie 2.31%

  • Captain of the side and nailed to open the innings
  • Played a great inings against a very good English side

Mitchell Santner 6.67%

  • Wily left arm spinner
  • Nailed to start
  • Bowled very well against Australia

Wanindu Hasaranga 9.04%

  • Champion All-Rounder
  • Bad game against Australia but Sydney track should suit him

Paul Stirling 3.69%

  • Nailed opener
  • He looks to be getting back to his best

Josh Little 2.15%

  • Gets the ball to move around
  • Always picks a few wickets
  • Cheap bargain

Maheesh Theekshana 7.04%

  • Mystery spinner
  • Sydney track should suit him and he's looked very good so far

Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3.6%

  • Mystery spinner
  • Irish batters might struggle to pick him
  • MCG generally assists spin plus longer boundaries are hard to clear

These were some of the hidden gems I think could do well in the next 3 matches that I have listed above.

Note - Australia and England did not have any relevant picks who were under 10% owned hence failed to make an appearance.

Do let me know what players you're looking at?

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