TS vs CTB Dream11 Prediction
Quinton de Kock is 10.5 credits but he looks the better option of the two wicket-keeper-batsmen/team captains, ahead of Heinrich Klaasen. Pite van Biljon is also listed for the Spartans, at just eight credits, and his form could make him worth considering – particularly as he has now been pushed up the order.
He may cost 11 credits but there is no looking beyond AB de Villiers with the bat, his three half-centuries showing why he is a must-pick. Janneman Malan is excellent value considering his form, meanwhile – he costs just 8.5 credits and top-scored again last time out. For the final place, you are gambling on team selection a little. Tony de Zorzi opened for the Spartans last time out and, at eight credits, he helps to balance cost too.
Liam Livingstone’s batting form makes him worth picking too, though his bowling does not really justify the all-rounder tag. Wiaan Mulder opened for the Spartans last time out, meanwhile, making him good value at 8.5 credits, and Roelof van der Merwe remains a key all-rounder too.
With Dale Steyn injured, Wahab Riaz becomes an even more important cog in this Cape Town Blitz bowling attack. He is nine credits and likely to be key. You can afford any of the bowlers, and Vernon Philander and Lungi Ngidi also come in at nine credits, as does Tom Curran. Sisanda Magala and Morne Morkel, both at 8.5 credits, have outperformed them so far, however.
AB de Villiers continues to churn out big innings after big innings and the Tshwane Spartans man could be key with the bat once again. Wahab Riaz has hit good bowling form, meanwhile – five wickets in his last two games points to more success if the weather allows this time out, and he could be worth selecting as vice-captain.
TS vs CTB Dream11 Team
||Quinton de Kock
||Wahab Riaz (vc)
|AB de Villiers (c)
||Roelof van der Merwe
||Pite van Biljon
|Tony de Zorzi