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Gayle to Sign Off from ODIs

Chris Gayle RetirementWest Indies legend Chris Gayle is set to call time on his illustrious one-day international career after the 2019 ICC World Cup in England. The Universe boss, who recently became the first player to play in ten T20 Leagues, made his debut in the 50-over format against India in 1999. He has represented West Indies in 284 matches and is their second highest run-getter with 9727 runs.

“I’m looking to draw the line after the World Cup,” Gayle said. “In 50-over cricket, the World Cup is the end for me. I’ll let the youngsters have some fun, and I can sit back in the party stand and watch them have some fun.”

Gayle's Statistics and Records

The West Indian also spoke of his desire to bring the World Cup trophy back to the Caribbean. West Indies last won the trophy in 1979 under the captaincy of Clive Llyod at Lord’s. The hard-hitting opener, if picked, will be playing in his fifth World Cup.

“Winning the World Cup would be a fairy-tale finish. The youngsters owe it to me to win. They have to do that for me and try and get me the trophy,” he added.

Gayle has been included in the 14-member squad for the first two ODIs against England beginning from February 20th. He boasts an excellent record against England in one-day internationals – scoring 1172 runs in 29 innings at a strike rate of 87.

We would like to wish our Brand Ambassador the best for upcoming matches. Make sure to pick him on your fantasy cricket team for the West Indies-England ODI series and win exciting cash prizes.


Five Ways to Beat the Deadline

5 ways to beat the deadline

In the modern day world, it’s human to miss the deadline. Though on fantasy sports platforms it means missing out on prizes. We explain five ways by how you can lock your teams on time.

1)  Join Them ‘Live’

Join Leagues as and when it’s live on the platform. They will be created 12 hours before the scheduled kick-off of the match. The advantage of being an early bird is that you can avoid all the tensions that arise during the deadline rush. In case if you have players who are missing from the original playing 11, you can make the changes before the deadline.

2) Feel at Home

From the Nepal T20 to Cricket World Cup, we have Leagues for almost all cricket tournaments happening across over the world. Players on our platform play fantasy cricket and win cash daily. Be a regular, and you won’t miss deadlines.

3) ‘App’ to Your Assistance

It’s not always possible to sit in front of a PC or laptop to make your teams, especially when you are travelling. Download LeagueAdda app and you can enter and join Leagues in no time. And yes, we have recently upgraded our app to simplify your experience.

4) Lineups Out

Are you finding it hard to pick your playing XI? Don’t worry! We have launched a new feature, Lineups Out which adds playing XI into the team selection tab. A Playing XI will be written next to the player’s name to indicate he/she is part of the starting list. Relax and make your teams.

5) We’ll Remind You

Want a timely reminder to create your playing XI? Subscribe to our app Push notifications. You will receive a notification on your phone an hour before the match with the necessary details. And occasionally, when big matches are lined up, you will receive e-mails too. We ensure that you won’t miss out on big prizes.


Fantasy Cricket Tips for BBL Semi-Finals

The eighth edition of BBL has reached its climax. Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, and Sydney Sixers have sealed their place in the last four. The last season’s runner-up Hurricanes host Stars on February 14th, while Sixers face Renegades on 15th.

Here are few players who BBL fantasy cricket fans should keep an eye on in the upcoming semi-final matches.

Will Melbourne Stars Tame Wade & Short?

Fantasy Points of D'Arcy Short & Matthew Wade in matches where Hobart Hurricanes batted second in BBL08Fantasy points of D’Arcy Short (top) & Matthew Wade (bottom) in matches which Hobart Hurricanes batted second in BBL08. (Points as of February 10th)

How to beat Hurricanes? Nullify the threat of Matthew Wade and D’Arcy Short early. The destructive pair averages 62 runs for the first wicket. Together they have amassed 1192 runs and are fighting against themselves to become the leading run-getter of BBL08.

Did You Know?

Hurricanes haven’t lost a match while chasing in BBL08.


What’s the Plan Against Stoinis?

Fantasy Points of Marcus Stoinis from every game of BBL08Fantasy points of Marcus Stoinis from every game of BBL08. (Points as of February 10th)

Glenn Maxwell was in the limelight, deservingly so, after Stars’ thumping win over Sixers in the final game of the group stage. But if not for Marcus Stoinis’ string of impressive performances it could have been another year of disappointment for the Melbourne outfit. The 29-year-old averages 59 with the bat, the best so far in BBL08, and has taken 14 wickets. Will Stoinis be the x-factor in Hobart?

Did You Know?

Stoinis took a wicket and scored a crucial 44 in Stars’ victory over Perth Scorchers in the 2nd semi-final of BBL05.


Can Curran Repeat his Magic? 

Fantasy Points of Tom Curran against Melbourne Renegades in BBL08.Fantasy points of Tom Curran against Melbourne Renegades in BBL08. (Points as of February 10th)

Seamer Tom Curran, elder brother of Sam Curran, played the pivotal role in Sixers’ thrilling win over Renegades in December. The 23-year-old scored a delightful 23 off 15 balls which lifted his side to a modest total of 132. Curran, later, shined with the ball, taking three wickets to help Sixers claim a 33-run win over the hosts.

Did You Know?

Curran averages 30 with the bat and has a strike rate of 144.53 in BBL08.


Can the All-Rounders Guide Renegades to Maiden Title?

Fantasy Points of Dan Christian (left) and Mohammad Nabi (centre) from the matches won by Melbourne Renegades in BBL08Fantasy points of Dan Christian (left) & Mohammad Nabi (centre) from the matches won by Melbourne Renegades in BBL08. (Points as of February 10th)

A 94-run partnership between Afghanistan international Mohammad Nabi and T20 veteran Dan Christian sealed a second win in a row for Renegades in December. Both the all-rounders, Christian with the ball and Nabi with the bat, have been instrumental in Renegades’ impressive season so far.

Did You Know?

Dan Christian scored a quick-fire 37 and cleaned up the tail, taking four wickets, in Hurricanes’ semi-final victory over Perth Scorchers in BBL07.


How will Renegades handle Sixers Bowlers? 

Fantasy Points of Tom Curran (left), Sean Abbott (right) and Steve O'Keefe (bottom) in BBL 08Fantasy points of Tom Curran (left), Sean Abbott (right) and Steve O’Keefe (bottom) in BBL 08. (Points as of February 10th)

‘In bowlers, we trust’ has been Sixers motto in BBL08. The well-balanced bowling attack skittled Renegades and Brisbane Heat out for under 100 and did the season double over defending champions Adelaide Strikers. Sean Abbott, Tom Curran, and Steve O’Keefe have so far claimed 60 wickets between them. And with ace spinner Nathan Lyon back in the squad, Sixers fans could be dreaming of a repeat of the 2011-12 season.

Did You Know?

Sean Abbott and Nathan Lyon took four wickets each against Brisbane Heat in the second semi-final of the BBL06.

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