Cricket World Cup Fantasy 2019: 11Wickets Top Picks

The greatest excitement in cricket is available for everyone this summer as the World Cup has already started in England from May 30, 2019.

For the cricket fans, it’s not simply watching the best players fight it out to anticipate. World Cup fantasy cricket implies you have the chance to win exciting prizes while enjoying the matches. 11Wickets is India’s most trusted fantasy cricket platform.

Luckily, we’ll be with you at all times with valuable tips and picks to manage your teams through each match.

While you enjoy the matches on TV and start playing fantasy cricket league, it will be helpful making a shortlist of the top ODI fantasy world cup picks to watch all through the tournament.

A list that highlights the best from each position goes something like this …


David Warner

In the wake of crushing 692 keeps running in 12 Indian T20 League, the opener’s time with the Australian squad since has been a touch of disappointing. There’s no questioning his quality however and a 43 against hosts England on Saturday was certainly a positive. In the event that he gets moving, you would prefer not to pass up a major opportunity.

Virat Kohli 

His T20 league season from an individual perspective was normal however back in ODIs now, without a doubt the best batsman on the planet conveys enormous? There will be a lot of obligation on his shoulders as India’s top order has been a little hit and miss.

Kane Williamson

The Blackcaps’ captain has his Indian T20 league tour hampered by injury however at this point has all the earmarks of being fit and active. The trustworthy batsman is eminent for his consistency and his 67 in the warm-up game against India demonstrated how great he is at being the anchor for his side.


Rashid Khan

Eminent as the best spinner on the planet will undoubtedly be vigorously associated with any achievement Afghanistan appreciates in this competition. He’s ensured to flaunt a fine economy rate to gain you a couple of additional points while his wicket-taking capacity is never in uncertainty with a strike rate of 23.5 in ODIs.

Kagiso Rabada

Dale Steyn might be the senior and boundlessly achieved bowler in the side however Kagiso Rabada is the person whom South Africa will go to when they need a wicket. One of the quickest bowlers on the planet, the 24-year-old delighted in a brilliant India T20 League season where he got wickets for no particular reason before his competition was stopped by injury.

Jasprit Bumrah

The top-positioned bowler on the planet drives India’s well-loaded bowling attack. His similarly amazing capacity to crush the top order or get wickets and spot balls at the passing makes him a power to be figured with and a fantasy resource worth the cost.


Hardik Pandya 

At the point when he’s in the flow, Hardik Pandya is a match-victor. He may not be as prudent with the ball but rather he has a talent of getting imperative wickets. He’s developed as a standout amongst the most perilous lower-order batsmen in the game with his trademark image of sitting somewhere down in his crease and hitting every ball over the ropes.

Shakib Al Hasan 

Authoritatively perceived by ICC as the best all-rounder in ODI cricket right now, he’ll effectively be the most chosen player from Bangladesh. He carries consistency with the ball and animosity with the bat. He’s scored two fifties and a 29 in his last three innings.

Andre Russell 

For whatever length of time that he isn’t fundamentally hampered by wounds, you can rely on the incredible Windies man to do some genuine harm. Nobody clears the ropes with as much venom and recurrence as the 31-year-old power hitter. Nonetheless, his absence of activity in ODIs remains a worry.


Jos Buttler

Lately, the England batsman has just encouraged his notoriety for being a standout amongst the touchiest batsmen in the game. With extraordinary hands and creative shots, the 28-year-old has progressed toward becoming something of a restricted overs whiz and is seemingly in his prime.

Quinton de Kock

Keeping wicket while any semblance of Steyn and Rabada storm in, he’s more than liable to see a couple of edges settle in his gloves. Following a fine Indian T20 League tour with the bat, his opening blending with Hashim Amla will strike dread into any restriction.

MS Dhoni

His uncanny skill for completing innings all around was on show again at the as of late closed Indian T20 League. In the 50-over configuration that capacity will unquestionably go to the fore. At 37, he’s been demonstrating extraordinary form with the bat generally and is as sharp as ever behind the stumps.