England v Ireland, 2nd ODI, Southampton
Our XI: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Paul Stirling, Andy Balbirnie, Eoin Morgan, Sam Billings, Curtis Campher, Kevin O'Brien, Harry Tector, David Willey, Adil Rashid
NOTE: We might not always be able to tip you off about late injury (or other relevant) updates, so do keep an eye out for the toss before making your final picks
Captain: Jason Roy
He scored a quick 24 off 22 balls in the first match but his penchant for big scores - three of his nine ODI hundreds have been in excess of 150 - means you can never ignore Roy. If he clicks, you would wish you had him as captain.
Vice-captain: David Willey
Player of the Match in the first ODI for his maiden five-wicket haul, Willey didn't find much swing with the new ball, but he bowled attacking lines and lengths and extracted enough seam movement to have four wickets in his first four overs. With Ireland inexperienced when it comes to facing left-arm seam, Willey is once again expected to be among the wickets.
Sam Billings: After a first-ball duck in England's first practice game, Billings bounced back with an unbeaten 54 off 36 balls for England Lions against Ireland and built on it with an unbeaten 67 off 54 balls in the first ODI. Time for you to cash in on his form too.
Curtis Campher: Only one player has scored more runs on ODI debut for Ireland than Campher's 59 not out in the first match, and that man was captaining England on Thursday. In his young career, Campher has had three half-centuries in four List A and T20 innings. Plus, he can chip in with the ball too.
Kevin O'Brien: O'Brien was one of the only two among Ireland's top six to reach double-digits in the first game. Even though his 22 wasn't really a big score and he rarely bowls these days, Ireland's most experienced ODI player is still capable of coming up with a quick, boundary-laden knock once in a way.
Adil Rashid: If Willey don't get you, Rashid must. The duo might not evoke the same fear in opposing batsman that Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson did once, but as far as fantasy points go, you could bank on the legspinner to do the job in case Willey fails.
Harry Tector: He might have been dismissed for a duck on his ODI debut but it will be too early to dismiss Tector from your XI. The 20-year-old made a fifty in each in the two warm-up games before the series and prior to that had 386 runs at 64.33 in his last nine outings in representative cricket.
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