SA vs ENG Dream11 Team Predictions:
The first ODI between South Africa and England got postponed after one South African player tested positive for Coronavirus. The match will be played on Sunday, 6th of December.
The two teams have pulled up their socks and the match is expected to be a high voltage one.
SA vs ENG Dream11 Team Predictions: Ideal XI Suggestion
After analyzing the performance of each players from both the team, the ideal Dream11 team for this match should have 2WKs, 4 Batsman, 2 All Rounders and 3 Bowlers.
ENG vs SA Dream11 Team Predictions: Wicket Keeper
Quinton de Kock is a solid white ball cricketer and a quality candidate behind the stumps. His numbers read 5135 runs in 121 games at an average close to 45 with 15 tons to his name. He delivered 64 points with the bat and with the gloves in his career.
Heinrich Klaasen is the second-choice keeper who played some match winnings against Australia in March. He has delivered 46 fantasy points per game in his short ODI career.
The youngster Kyle Verreynne has done a decent job in the ODIs where he has accumulated 101 runs in 3 games where he contributed 48 points on an average.
Jos Buttler got a much-needed innings in the 3rd T20 and is looking to replicate this in the 50-ovr format. He is closing on 4000 runs and has a strike rate of 119.05 in 145 ODIs along with 177 catches and 32 stumpings with the gloves. He has contributed 45 dream 11 points per game.
Jonny Bairstow is an asset in the ODI side who gets the team to a big start. He has so far averaged 47.16 and has scored 3207 runs in 83 outings. He has delivered 52 fantasy points consistently throughout his career. He is a reliable choice in the eleven though.
SA vs ENG Dream11 Team Predictions: Batsmen
Faf Du Plesis needs to be the one who takes responsibility to hold the middle order together. He has vast experience with 5507 runs in 143 games for South Africa. He has averaged 51 dream 11 points per game.
Rassie van Der Dussen is expected to be a future prospect for Proteas as he is currently averaging over 70 in 21 matches. He is someone who can hold one end whenever the team found itself in trouble delivering 44 points in his career.
Temba Bavuma is looking to make up for his hiccups in the T20 series. He has managed 335 runs in 6 ODIs and provided 72 fantasy points in a short span.
Reeza Hendricks needs to play better to have a chance in the eleven. He has just averaged 27 and is on the verge of getting dropped.
David Miller might be tried as the finisher in this side. He has contributed with 33 fantasy points in every outing.
Jason Roy is trying to shrug off his rustiness but has failed yet again after a series of low scores in T20 series. His spot in the squad is under threat with youngsters emerging from the ranks. He has given 50 points despite a dip in his form.
The England skipper Eoin Morgan is one of the best white ball cricketers who is looking to win yet another series. He has consistently delivered 42 points in every game.
Joe Root is looking to get back to the top of his game after a string of poor performances for him in the recent past. Despite everything, he has averaged 50.10 and has delivered 56 fantasy points per game in his career.
SA vs ENG Dream11 Team Predictions: All-rounders
George Linde has proved in T20s that he is a valuable player who can give his full quota of overs with the ball and can strike well with the bat. Given his recent performances, he will get the ODI cap in this series.
JJ Smuts was ineffective in T20s but it is in complete contrast to his ODI numbers. He has averaged 54.33 with the bat and has taken 3 wickets in 5 games accounting to 57 points in every game.
Dwaine Pretorius might be the solution for the middle order woes of South Africa as someone who can play the anchor role and consistently provides you with wickets. He has provided with 43 dream 11 points in his career.
Moeen Ali can be used as a floater with the bat and is someone who can give you a short spell with his off-break. He has taken 85 wickets in 106 games and has scored 1790 runs with the willow accounting to 43 fantasy points in every outing.
Lewis Gregory has been given a call up once again after his T20 stint didn’t go as expected.
South Africa vs England 1st ODI Dream11 predictions: Bowlers
Chris Woakes is the ideal all-rounder that every team would be looking for. He is someone who can bowl at all stages and can be handy with the bat down the order. He has taken 149 wickets and has scored over 1300 runs in 104 appearances translating to 54 fantasy points
Lungi Ngidi has developed himself as a strong ODI bowler giving wickets regularly for the side. He has taken 53 wickets in 26 games and has given just 5.56 runs per over. This means that he has accounted to 54 points per game.
Beuran Hendricks has done a better job in ODIs when compared to T20s with 5 wickets in 7 games at an economy of 5.41 in turn providing 19 fantasy points so far.
Anrich Nortje rattles the batsman with his extra pace and bounce he generates. He has delivered 50 fantasy points per game.
Tabraiz Shamsi brings the mystery element with his unorthodox action. He has an economy of 5.32 and has taken 26 scalps in 22 outings translating to 30 points consistently.
Andile Phehlukwayo is also one of those pacers who has regularly provided the team with breakthroughs and has amounted to 69 dismissals in 58 matches. This means that he has contributed with 43 fantasy points.
Keshav Maharaj is a quality long format bowler but needs to prove himself in the 50-over format to cement his spot. The backup bowlers in the side include Junior Dala, Lutho Sipamla and Bjorn Fortuin who are equally capable of delivering.
Mark Wood has been a quality pacer for England in limited overs. He is a promising bowler with the new ball who rushes the batsman with pace and extra bounce he gets from the surface. He has delivered 34 dream 11 points per game with 64 scalps in 53 games.
The wrist-spinner Adil Rashid is someone who time and again contributes by controlling the pace of the game in the middle overs. He is responsible for 155 scalps in 106 games and is an asset in this side. He has delivered 45 points throughout his career.
Reece Topley has made the most of the opportunities with 17 dismissals in 11 ODIs contributing 41 points per outing. Tom Curran is that kind of a player who not only bowls but also gives some useful runs in the backend. He has contributed 43 points per game in his career.
Olly Stone has been given another opportunity despite him taking just one wicket in 4 outings. He will be looking to do well to keep himself afloat.