Probuddha Bhattacharjee ∙ Nov 3 2022, 7:00 PM | 2 Min Read

T20 World Cup 2022, New Zealand vs Ireland: Cricket Exchange Fantasy Tips

image-la10fxydNew Zealand vs Ireland (Source: Twitter)

New Zealand and Ireland will be taking on each other in Group 1 match of ICC T20 World Cup 2022 at Adelaide Oval. 

This will be the last group match for New Zealand. They need to win the match to ensure their position in the semi finals. A win will be enough for the Kiwis as they already have a good Net Run Rate in their favour. 

Ireland, is literally out of this tournament. But as they would look to repeat their amazing winning performance against England and upset the plans of Williamson's men. 

Suggestions for the fantasy teams of the match

  • The pitch at Adelaide can be termed a wicket that is favouring batting. 
  • The bowlers are getting help off the wicket in the initial stages. 
  • There is medium help for the spinners on the wicket.
  • Ireland will not be an easy opponent for the Kiwis and hence a combination of 6+5 would be ideal. If you want to be adventurous you can include more bowlers from New Zealand. 

Best XI for Head to Head contest

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Wicket Keepers- Devon Conway, Lorcan Tucker

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Batters- Andrew Balbirnie, Glenn Phillips (C), Paul Stirling

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All Rounders: Mitchell Santner, Curtis Campher

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Bowlers- Trent Boult (VC), Joshua Little, Tim Southee, Barry McCarthy

Captain- Glenn Phillips
Vice Captain- Trent Boult

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Wicket keepers- Lorcan Tucker, Finn Allen

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Batters- Andrew Balbirnie (VC), Glenn Phillips (C), Kane Williamson

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All Rounders- Gareth Delany, Jimmy Neesham

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Bowlers- Trent Boult, Joshua Little, Tim Southee, Barry McCarthy

Also Read: Joshua Little backs Ireland to force an upset against New Zealand