South Africa agreed to host an U-19 Quadrangular series and so far, 4 matches have been completed in the group stage. Today is the final day and 2 more matches are being scheduled, after which we will know who continues on to the final. So far, India U-19 is on top of the points table with 2 wins in 2 games and they now play Match 6, which is the last game of the league stage.
On the other hand, we have New Zealand U-19 who are currently third on the points table. They began with a narrow win against Zimbabwe and then came up short against the hosts South Africa. They will be desperately looking for a win here, while India might even consider experimenting. Keep reading for our complete Howzat (sign-up with code “READ1234”) fantasy preview of the INY vs NZY game…
- Tournament: South Africa U-19 Quadrangular Series 2019.
- Date: 7th January 2020, 1:00pm IST.
- Venue: Chatsworth Stadium, Durban.
- Capacity: 22,000+
- Series status: Match 6 of the round robin stage.
- INY: W W
- NZY: L W
- Last 5 games head to head, India U-19 leads 4-1.
- Sushant Mishra – 23 wickets in last 10 professional games.
- In 4 completed games so far, 3 were won batting first.
- Jesse Tashkoff – 14 wickets in last 10 professional games.
India U-19 tends to follow a rotational policy when they play, so don’t be surprised if a couple known names are benched. Priyam Garg will captain the side and while he didn’t bat in the second game, his 110 in the first outing was mighty impressive. When we talk about batting skill, there’s none better than Yashasvi Jaiswal, who has scores of 13 and 78 but is capable of much more, while he bowls sometimes too.
There’s a lot of talk about Sushant Mishra who has a 3-fer and a 4-fer in this tournament so far and is the leader by a long way right now. He has consistently been among the wickets and is a good pick again. Another player who has been highly spoken of is Ravi Bishnoi who bagged an INR 2 Crore IPL contract too. He has 3 wickets in 2 games, while Shubhang Hegde could be your x-factor player.
New Zealand U-19
After the last loss, some changes are expected in the New Zealand side. Rhys Mariu and Ollie White are set to open the innings and Mariu makes a good pick because he bats and bowls both, and also had a century against AUS U19 in July last year. Quinn Sunde came in for Lidstone in the last game and is expected to keep his place after his innings of 35 against SA U-19.
Left-arm spinners are always a threat and Jesse Tashkoff has been great for New Zealand U19 so far in this tournament with 5 wickets in 2 games, and he’s expected to keep up the good work here as well, so I’ll have him in my Howzat (sign-up with code “READ1234”) fantasy team. Adithya Ashok has only 2 wickets in 2 games so far, and he could be your x-factor bowler.
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