NZ-U19 v BAN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Prediction – ICC U19 World Cup, 2nd Semifinal: New Zealand U19 v Bangladesh U19 Dream11 Team, Preview, Probable Playing XI, Pitch Report and Weather Conditions

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Match details of NZ-U19 v BAN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Contest: 

New Zealand U19 vs Bangladesh U19
ICC U19 World Cup 2020
Senwes Park, Potchefstroom
February 6th, 2020
1.30 pm IST

NZ-U19 v BAN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Preview and Prediction:

No game has been bigger in the history of Bangladeshi cricket besides a couple of them in the past for the senior men. But for the first time in all those knockout games they played in the past, they look in contention to go to the finals and even win the trophy, such is the talent exhibited by these youngsters. Jesse Tashkoff and his men are keen on continuing the good work they have been doing ever since they came to South Africa for a Tri-series with the hosts and India. It all comes down to this for these two sides to setup a date with the Indians in the final.

Weather report:

Some thunderstorms are expected to hit Potchefstroom towards the afternoon, around the first half of the game time. Some rain fall is expected as well, which isn’t a great sign. Temperatures will range from 20-26 degrees during the game time.

Pitch report:

The new ball bowlers in the game against India found great movement off the track and that will be the case once again. First few overs will be very difficult to negotiate but there are runs up for grabs once the balls get a bit old.

Probable Playing XIs:

New Zealand U19s

Rhys Mariu, Ollie White, Fergus Lellman, Beckham Wheeler-Greenall, Jesse Tashkoff (C), Quinn Sunde (WK), Simon Keene, Adithya Ashok, David Hancock, Kristian Clarke, Joe Field

Bangladesh Under-19s:

Parvez Hossain Emon, Tanzid Hasan, Shamim Hossain, Towhid Hridoy, Mahmudul Hasan Joy, Akbar Ali (C & WK), Shahadat Hossain, Rakibul Hasan, Shoriful Islam, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Hasan Murad

NZ-U19 v BAN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Picks:

New Zealand U19

Fergus Lellman: One of their best batsmen in Youth ODIs in the last 12 months, Fergus Lellman has amassed 110 runs at an average of 36 this World Cup, which is pretty underwhelming for his standards. What better a time to pull up the socks and provide some exploits than this?

Rhys Mariu: Mariu has understood the batting conditions better than anyone in the Kiwi lineup and that reflects in his statistics. He scored 201 runs already and is their highest run-scorer.

Bangladesh U19

Rakibul Hasan: The impressive left-arm spinner has already picked up 10 wickets this edition, which includes a magnificent five-fer in the game against South Africa in the quarterfinals. He seems like the man for the big occasion for Bangladesh.

Tanzid Hasan: His first few games were decent, but Tanzid Hasan chipped in with a magnificent 80 off 84 deliveries in the game against South Africa. He looks in fine touch heading into this fixture.

NZ-U19 v BAN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Captaincy choices:

  1. Rhys Mariu
    2. Rakibul Hasan
    3. Jess Tashkoff

Points projection:

Parvez Hossain Emon, Points: 52-54, Grade A

Tanzid Hasan, Points: 58-60, Grade A

Rhys Mariu, Points: 104-106, Grade A+

Fergus Lellman, Points: 58-60, Grade A

Beckham Wheeler-Greenall, Points: 48-50, Grade B

Jess Tashkoff, Points: 66-68, Grade A+

Shamim Hossain, Points: 40-42, Grade B

Kristian Clarke, Points: 28-30, Grade C

Shoriful Islam, Points: 30-32, Grade C

Tanzid Hasan Sakib, Points: 56-58, Grade A

Rakibul Hasan, Points: 88-90, Grade A+

NZ-U19 v BAN-U19 Dream11 Fantasy Team: