Dream11 & other fantasy games winning tips

Believe in You:

  • Use the prediction sites only to gain knowledge about a particular match and don’t rely on the teams listed in the website as all the users who have followed those sites will go for the same team.
  • After reading the previews, go with what your mind says. Create your own team.
  • Even if you go with the same team as listed in the websites, try changing one or two players.
  • Try to play the matches of which the line-ups are announced well before the deadline, as you will be in the same base as the opponent.

Grand Leagues:

  • Grand League is a “pure luck”.
  • Always play with 6 teams in Grand League, as the winning probability increases with the no. of combinations.
  • First of all, select the main-set of players. Then select different combinations for different teams.
  • If the main-set of players are limited, give captaincy & vice-captaincy to different set of players.
  • Still, winning probability is very less as it will be like searching pearl in an ocean.

Small/Head-to-Head Leagues:

  • The best way to earn money through Dream11 is playing in smaller leagues comprising of 3 to 10 teams with 5 winners or playing a Head-to-Head league.
  • Chances of winning in these leagues are very high as there will be a 50-50 situation in Head-to-Head leagues & 30-50% chances in smaller leagues.
  • Don’t fancy your chances in choosing your captain & vice-captain, as there will be very less room for error.
  • Instead, play a least selected player who you think can make impact in that game.

For more previews & predictions on fantasy teams, regularly visit our websites.

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T20 qualifier – Asia: Kuwait vs Malaysia – Dream11 Fantasy team prediction

Match Info:

Date & Time: 22.07.2019 & 12:00 IST

Venue: Indian Association Ground, Singapore

From the Match-1 between Singapore and Qatar, it is known that the pitch is a “Batsman’s Paradise”.

Team News:

Kuwait Squad:

  • Adnan Idrees
  • MNM Aslam (wk)
  • R Sandaruwan
  • Usman Waheed
  • Bilal Tahir
  • Jandu Hamoud
  • Muhammad Kashif (C)
  • Meet Bhavsar
  • S Varathappan
  • Ilyas Ahmed
  • Shiraz Khan
  • Naveed Fakhr
  • Nawaf Ahmed

Malaysia Squad:

  • NCK Liyanage
  • Shafiq Sharif (wk)
  • Ahmed Faiz (C)
  • Aminuddin Ramly
  • Anwar Arudin
  • P Syafiq Ali
  • Muhamad Syahadat
  • Nazril Rahman
  • Anwar Rahman
  • S Muniandy
  • Pavandeep Singh
  • Virandeep Singh
  • Syed Aziz
  • Fitri Sham

Team Form:

Malaysia:

Malaysia have lost their last 2 T20I against Nepal with the 2nd T20I being a nail-biter where Nepal won the match by 6 runs.

Just before the Nepal series, Malaysia have clinched the T20 tri-series which had Maldives & Thailand as other teams.

Star Players:

  • Syed Aziz – Most Valuable Player
  • Fitri Sham
  • Ahmed Faiz
  • Virandeep Singh
  • Muhamad Syahadat
  • Sharvin Muniandy
  • Shafiq Sharif

Kuwait:

Kuwait have 1 win, 1 tie & 1 loss against Qatar in the recently concluded T20 series.

Star Players:

  • Adnan Idrees – Most Valuable Player
  • Ilyas Ahmed – Most Valuable Player
  • Ravija Sandaruwan
  • Muhammad Kashif

Bottom-Line:

With Malaysia having the upper-hand against Kuwait, one can go with the Dream11 team loaded with Malaysian players. But it is equally important to include the above mentioned star players from Kuwait as they can win the matches single-handedly.

Dream11 Fantasy Team:

Best possible team:

Secondary team:

Other Captain & Vice-Captain options:

Captain: Ilyas Ahmed

Vice-Captain: Shafiq Sharif, Fitri Sham

Fantasy games winning tips:

  • Read the match preview above, and try to create your own team, as all our website users will be looking to adopt the same teams as given above.
  • It is important to select your captain & vice-captain wisely, as they are the deciding factors of you winning the matches.
  • For Grand Leagues, try a different captain & vice-captain options & least selected players as they can be the game-changers.
  • For Small/Head-to-Head Leagues, go with the strong contenders for the man of the match, as there will be very less space for the margin of error.

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