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IND vs WI Dream11 Tips: 3 players who could be valuable picks in your fantasy team

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04 Dec 2019, 12:42 IST

West Indies v India
West Indies v India

Having completed a mauling of Bangladesh in Tests, India returns to white-ball action with a three-match T20I series against West Indies. With less than a year to go for the ICC T20 World Cup, both teams will see this series as a starting point for the preparation of the multi-nation tournament in Australia.

India's performance in the shortest format in 2019 has been topsy-turvy. Virat Kohli's men started 2019 with a series loss to New Zealand and Australia. Post-World Cup, India beat West Indies comfortably but could manage to draw the series against the Proteas. In the last series against Bangladesh, India came back from 1-0 down to win the series 2-1.

With a lot of questions still unanswered, India will look to make the most out of the series against a Kieron Pollard-led West Indies. With many T20 stars in action, fantasy league lovers might have a hard time to pick their playing 11. Here are three players who could be valuable picks in the fantasy team.

#3 KL Rahul

KL Rahul
KL Rahul

KL Rahul has had a mixed year in International cricket. With a horrific show in whites, KL lost his opening slot to Mayank Agarwal who has more or less settled in it. But Rahul has managed to keep his place in ODI and T20 teams with some good showing in major tournaments like World Cup and IPL.

Just like how all good players do, Rahul has gone back to domestic cricket to get back to his confidence. With the talent that the 27-year old possess, he did it with ease as he helped his state team Karnataka lift the Vijay Hazare Trophy and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

An injury to Shikhar Dhawan would be a blessing in disguise for Rahul as he may get to play all the games and could stake claim a permanent place. The confident Karnataka batsman could score big runs and hence could be a handy pick in any fantasy side.

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