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David Warner    (Lloyd)    Batsman    Australia
Warner will join the St Lucia Stars in the Caribbean Premier League in August, ESPN Cric Info reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Warner, who has been on the sidelines since March when he was handed a one-year ban by Cricket Australia, has a busy Western summer planned playing in a variety of new places. In June, he'll play for the Winnipeg Hawks in the Global T20 Canada before a stint in the NT Strike League in July, followed by his first-ever appearances in the CPL. Warner is no stranger to global T20 leagues, having played in the IPL and the Big Bash League in the past.
Imran Tahir    Bowler    South Africa
Tahir will be rested for South Africa's five-match ODI series and one-off T20I against Sri Lanka in July and August, ESPN Cric Info reports.

Fantasy Analysis

In an effort to find a secondary spin option for the 2019 World Cup, Tahir will be rested for the five ODIs and the one T20I. Tahir hasn't played in an ODI since February 2018 and hasn't played List A cricket in the intervening period, having played for the Multan Sultans in the PSL and the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL and will play for the Guyana Amazon Warriors after this series, but runs the risk of coming into the World Cup cold.
Kraigg Brathwaite    Batsman    West Indies
Brathwaite secured the draw by opening with 59 off 172 not out including six boundaries in the second innings of the West Indies' second Test draw against Sri Lanka.

Fantasy Analysis

Chasing down 296, the Windies were down to eight for two in the fourth over before Brathwaite began eating overs, en route to his 17th half-century. However, more importantly for the West Indies than his run-scoring was his ability to preserve his wicket across 172 grueling balls, a strong bounce-back after four-straight innings with 22 or fewer runs. Brathwaite will look to secure the series victory in the third and final match of the series.
Shannon Gabriel    Bowler    West Indies
Gabriel toppled a career-best eight for 62 off 20.4 overs including six maidens in the West Indies' second Test against Sri Lanka.

Fantasy Analysis

Coming off his third-career fifer, Gabriel bowled the best innings of his career by a wide margin, taking more than five wickets for the first time and exceeded that by a mile. Over the course of the match, he took the scalps of all but Dinesh Chandimal and Lahiru Kumara en route to his first career 10 wicket haul. For his efforts, Gabriel was named Man of the Match in the draw and put them in a position to win the series in the third and final Test.
James Vince    Batsman    Hampshire
Vince top-scored with 171 off 126 including 20 boundaries and three maximums in Monday's Royal London One-Day Cup victory over Yorkshire.

Fantasy Analysis

Despite scoring an ODI-best against Australia 342, England still showed some frailty in their batting order. Meanwhile, at Southampton, Vince has been excellent in List A cricket, putting together back-to-back centuries for Hampshire including a near-career best 171. Vince opened his ODI career with a half-century in July 2016, but hasn't sniffed the one-day side since October of that year with his name nary brought up in contention. However, more scores like Monday's and he'll be back pressing for a spot.
Chris Woakes    All Rounder    England
Woakes (quad) hopes to return for England's ODI series against India, starting on July 12, lCC reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Woakes has a torn right quad muscle suffered in a test match against Pakistan in early June.
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