NAM vs SA-E Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury update for 2nd Unofficial ODI

Stephan Baard is a talented opener for Namibia.

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Namibia are playing some quality cricket at the moment, having won the T20 series 2-1. It gave them an extra boost in the one-dayers as they sealed a  5-wicket victory in the 1st one-day and lead the 3 match series 1-0. Skipper Merwe Erasmus is in an extraordinary form, which is a plus sign for them.

Not enough runs on the board on a batting-friendly surface made South Africa Emerging lose the first one day by 5 wickets. They must win this match to take the series to the decider, which is to be played on the 1st of May. Runs should come from their top-order batters if they want to put huge scores on the board.

Match Details:

Namibia vs South Africa Emerging, 2nd Unofficial ODI

Venue: Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek

Date & Time: April 29th at 1:30 PM IST and 10:00 AM local time

Live Streaming: Fancode

Pitch Report:

It’s a pretty balanced wicket that has got good carry and bounce. The bowlers will get initial help from the surface and after one hour it will be easy to bat on. Whoever wins the toss should bowl first.

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Probable Playing XIs for NAM vs SA-E:


Stephan Baard, Zane Green (wk), Jean-Pierre Kotze, Merwe Erasmus (c), Craig Williams, JJ Smit, Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton, Michael van Lingen, Jan Frylinck, Ben Shikongo, Ruben Trumpelmann

South Africa Emerging

Joshua Richards, Matthew Breetzke, Kabelo Sekhukhune, Jonathan Bird, Sinethemba Qeshile (c), Jason Smith, Delano Potgieter, Wandile Makwetu (wk), Dayyaan Galiem, Tshepo Ntuli, Stefan Tait

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Top Picks for NAM vs SA-E Dream11 Match:

Top Picks Namibia

Merwe Erasmus played an exceptional knock in the 1st one-day, scoring 108 runs from 95 balls, which included 10 fours and 4 sixes. He is a captaincy pick for your Dream11 fantasy teams.

Stephan Baard is a talented opener for Namibia. He had played extremely well in the previous series against Uganda.

Top Picks ­South Africa Emerging

Delano Potgieter came when the team was struggling at one point to score runs, and his knock of 56 runs from 58 balls helped his side to put a respectable total on the board. He even picked up a wicket with the ball as well.

Jason Smith is a good all-round cricketer. He was short of runs in the 1st one-day as he was dismissed for 11 runs, but he made it up with the ball by picking up 2 wickets.

NAM vs SA-E Must Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

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Suggested Playing XI No.1 for NAM vs SA-E Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Sinethemba Qeshile, Stephan Baard, Craig Williams, Kabelo Sekhukhune, Jason Smith (vc), Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton, Delano Potgieter, Merwe Erasmus (c), Dayyaan Galiem, Jan Frylinck, Stefan Tait

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for NAM vs SA-E Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Zane Green, Wandile Makwetu, Craig Williams (c), Jonathan Bird (vc), Joshua Richards, Jason Smith, JJ Smit, Merwe Erasmus, Dayyaan Galiem, Jan Frylinck, Ruben Trumpelmann

NAM vs SA-E Risky Captaincy Choices:

Wicketkeeper Zane Green, carrying his form from the T20 series, played quite well for his 31 runs in the 1st one-day.

Wandile Makwetu played a run-a-ball 47 runs in the 1st one-day. He has been selected by 22.15% of the users at the time of writing and can be a differential captaincy pick.

Player you should avoid:

Matthew Breetzke averages only 13.4 in the last 5 matches he has played including the T20s. Considering his present run of form, you can avoid him while making your Dream11 fantasy teams.

Note: Updated Fantasy teams and Playing XIs of every match will be provided in our Telegram channel if the information is available.
Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.

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