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Shikhar Dhawan    Batsman    India
Dhawan continued his Champions Trophy form with a score of 87 despite their being a no result between India and West Indies on Friday.

Fantasy Analysis

Having won the golden bat for most runs in the Champions Trophy with 338 in total as India were runners-up, Dhawan continued the form on to the ODI series with the West Indies, eventually being dismissed for 87 runs. His innings included eight fours and two sixes when he was out LBW by Devendra Bishoo. The game was eventually called due to rain with India three down for 199 before the 40 over mark and Indian captain Virat Kohli in the middle on 32.
Tom Curran    All Rounder    England
Curran picked up three wickets despite England falling three runs short of South Africa in the second T20 on Friday.

Fantasy Analysis

Playing in his T20 international debut, Curran was the pick of the English bowlers as he took three wickets. This included the wickets of Reeza Hendricks, Chris Morris and Andile Phehlukwayo. Curran finished with figures of three for 33 from his four overs. The South African born bowler with a good ability with the bat earlier featured for the England Lions against South Africa A and picked up three wickets from two games while also scoring 28 not out.
AB de Villiers    Batsman    South Africa
De Villiers registered his second top score in two innings for South Africa with 46 against England in a three run win on Friday.

Fantasy Analysis

With many regulars being rested for the test series, De Villiers has carried his side largely on his own shoulders with the bat, having also top scored in the first T20 game with 65 not out. De Villiers backed it up again with a quick fire 46 from only 20 balls in an innings that included three sixes and four fours. This comes off the back of a poor Champions Trophy showing, where he totalled 20 runs from three innings.
Chris Morris    Batsman    South Africa
Morris collected two wickets and bowled economically to help South Africa to a three-run win over England in the second T20 on Friday.

Fantasy Analysis

Morris was man of the match in Friday' win, having removed Sam Billings and Johnny Bairstow. He also only went for 18 runs off his four overs, resulting in an economy rate of 4.50 and bowling 16 dot balls. Morris also totalled 12 with the bat at the back end of South Africa's innings, coming off 11 balls.
Jason Roy    Batsman    England
Roy was top scorer for England with 67 and his controversial dismissal was a turning point in the eventual three run loss to South Africa on Friday.

Fantasy Analysis

The opening batsman was cantering along with 67 from just 45 balls, in his first 50-plus score in 11 international innings. Roy was then given out in seemingly controversial circumstances as he was dismissed for obstructing the fielder, diverting his natural running line attempting to get back into his crease to deflect an attempted shy at the stumps. Upon umpire referral the third umpire confirmed Roy to be out.
Jos Buttler    Wicketkeeper    England
Buttler will appear in front his his native Taunton crowd for the first time as an England international in their second T20I against South Africa Friday.

Fantasy Analysis

In all of his 168 international appearances for England not once has Buttler played at his native ground in Somerset. The keeper hasn't kept his excitement about returning home a secret saying, "Ever since Taunton was awarded the game it was one I have been desperate to try and be involved in." In his 46 T20I innings the 26-year-old has scored 674 runs at an average of 26.94. The only time Buttler has played at the ground since his move to Lancashire was in a Championship match in 2014. His two innings yielded scores of 14 and four.
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