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Fantasy Football Week 12 Top Start 'Em Choices and Players to Consider on the Waiver Wire

Fantasy Football Week 12 Top Start ‘Em Choices and Players to Consider on the Waiver Wire

Scott Engel, in his twelfth year as the official Fantasy Football writer and analyst for, is a distinguished member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association’s Hall of Fame. With four FSWA awards and thirteen nominations, his expertise is recognized in the fantasy football community. Further insights into fantasy football can be found at The Game Day, and his fantasy football rankings are available at

As we enter Week 12, the bye weeks are on hiatus, but preparation for the fantasy football playoffs remains crucial. In this column, additional waiver wire recommendations are provided to bolster team depth, considering upcoming byes and potential playoff qualifications. Given the persistent threat of injuries, maintaining a robust bench becomes imperative for timely starter replacements.

This week’s focus is on running backs and wide receivers, with analysis leaning towards Points Per Reception (PPR) formats.

Running Backs


Jerome Ford: The rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson’s solid performance has boosted the Browns, setting the stage for a challenging matchup against the Broncos. Despite Denver’s defensive prowess, particularly in turnovers, their vulnerability against the run makes Ford a viable choice. With 107 rushing yards in Week 10 and a rushing TD in Week 11, Ford is poised for continued impact.


Keaton Mitchell: Undrafted Baltimore rookie Mitchell showcases explosive potential with an impressive 10.3 yards per carry and notable long runs. Baltimore’s strong offensive line further enhances Mitchell’s prospects, especially against the Chargers, who rank 28th in Fantasy Points Per Game allowed to RBs in the past four weeks. Consider Mitchell as a high-upside flex player.


Zach Charbonnet: With uncertainty surrounding Kenneth Walker III’s status, Charbonnet emerges as a top waiver wire add. Carroll’s insights hint at Charbonnet maintaining a significant workload, as observed in Week 11. Charbonnet’s dual-threat abilities and reliable pass-blocking make him a valuable depth player, even with Walker in the mix. Despite a tough matchup against San Francisco, Charbonnet’s projected volume warrants consideration as a fantasy RB3.

Other RBs to Consider Starting in Week 12: Tony Pollard, Rachaad White, Jaylen Warren, Rhamondre Stevenson, Alexander Mattison.

Wide Receivers


Michael Pittman Jr.: The Colts’ primary WR, Pittman, boasts consistent performance with eight catches in three consecutive games. Facing Tampa Bay, Pittman is positioned for success against a defense allowing the most receiving yards to WRs in the past four weeks. Pro Football Focus projects an excellent matchup grade for Pittman, making him a strong start.


Zay Flowers: Capitalizing on Baltimore’s advantageous matchup against the NFL’s lowest-ranked pass defense, Flowers presents a compelling option. With double-figure PPR totals in seven of 11 games, Flowers is primed to step up, especially with Mark Andrews sidelined. Considering the favorable matchup, Flowers and even Odell Beckham Jr. are quality starts against the Chargers’ defense.


Jayden Reed: Demonstrating the payoff of patience with rookies, Reed has become a viable flex play and WR3 streamer. With five total TDs and consistent targets, Reed offers stability and upside for the fantasy playoff push.


Jameson Williams: Williams showcased his potential with a TD reception in Week 11 and stands to secure the No. 2 WR role in the Detroit offense. As an upside player, Williams could make a difference in the fantasy playoffs.

Other WRs to Consider Starting in Week 12: Nico Collins, Diontae Johnson, DeAndre Hopkins, Brandin Cooks, Jaxon Smith-Njigba.

Quarterbacks and Tight Ends


Justin Fields: Returning from a thumb injury, Fields demonstrated dual-threat capability with 104 rushing yards in Week 11. Against a favorable pass-blocking advantage, Fields can deliver both quality passing and rushing totals.


Joshua Dobbs: An intriguing story of the season, Dobbs has excelled as a fantasy starter, rushing for TDs in five consecutive games. With strong performances in his three starts, Dobbs remains a reliable streaming option, especially against the Bears’ defense.


Isaiah Likely: With Andrews possibly out for the season, Likely emerges as a top fantasy football pickup. Displaying potential in previous outings, Likely has the promise to contribute as a back-end fantasy TE1 in the coming weeks.


David Njoku: Despite QB changes in Cleveland, Njoku’s consistent involvement in the passing game makes him a valuable option, especially against the Broncos, who have allowed the most FFPG to TEs this season.

For additional fantasy football analysis from Scott Engel, stay tuned to The Game Day throughout the 2023 fantasy football season.


Week 12 Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings Feature Justin Fields and Kyler Murray's Rise.

Week 12 Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings Feature Justin Fields and Kyler Murray’s Rise.

The injury bug has bitten hard in the quarterback department, and Week 12 sees a growing list of signal-callers ruled out for the season. Among the casualties are star players such as Aaron Rodgers, Deshaun Watson, Joe Burrow, Anthony Richardson, Daniel Jones, and Kirk Cousins. The upcoming week also hangs in uncertainty for Derek Carr (concussion) and Geno Smith (elbow/triceps), adding to the potential quarterback shortage.

In the midst of this, Week 12 introduces more quarterback changes. Zach Wilson finds himself benched in favor of Tim Boyle for the Jets, a move that, unfortunately, brings little impact to their offensive dynamics. The Falcons are turning back to Desmond Ridder, and there’s speculation about the Patriots considering a switch from Mac Jones, though nothing is confirmed as of Monday.

A staggering number of teams, possibly 12, might see a different quarterback in Week 12 compared to Week 1, excluding the Cardinals. Surprisingly, previous weeks have witnessed even more backup quarterbacks taking the field. Injuries and underperformance at the quarterback position have cast a league-wide shadow, affecting even the most promising offenses.

The Bengals, having lost Joe Burrow for the season, are the latest team grappling with this issue as Jake Browning steps in. Expectations for Browning are understandably low, given the Bengals’ underdog status against the Steelers and a low over/under of 34.5, translating to an implied total of just 16.75 for the Bengals this week. Browning may not be the ideal replacement for Burrow.

For fantasy managers seeking alternatives, consider Jameis Winston if Carr is sidelined. Despite potential mistakes, Winston boasts enough offensive weapons to be a viable fantasy option against the Falcons. Gardner Minshew could also be a useful choice against a depleted Buccaneers defense that has struggled against the pass all season. Although dipping into the lower ranks of the quarterback pool may seem desperate, Tommy DeVito, with multiple touchdowns in consecutive games, faces a Patriots defense that hasn’t lived up to expectations.

Week 12 QB Rankings:

  1. Jalen Hurts vs. BUF
  2. Patrick Mahomes @LV
  3. Lamar Jackson @LAC
  4. Josh Allen @PHI
  5. Dak Prescott vs. WAS
  6. Jared Goff vs. GB
  7. Joshua Dobbs vs. CHI
  8. Justin Herbert vs. BAL
  9. Kyler Murray vs. LAR
  10. Justin Fields @MIN
  11. C.J. Stroud vs. JAX
  12. Tua Tagovailoa @NYJ
  13. Sam Howell @DAL
  14. Brock Purdy @SEA
  15. Trevor Lawrence @HOU
  16. Matthew Stafford @ARI
  17. Baker Mayfield @IND
  18. Gardner Minshew vs. TB
  19. Russell Wilson vs. CLE
  20. Jameis Winston @ATL
  21. Desmond Ridder vs. NO
  22. Bryce Young @TEN
  23. Jordan Love @DET
  24. Will Levis vs. CAR
  25. Tommy DeVito vs. NE
  26. Dorian Thompson-Robinson @DEN
  27. Drew Lock vs. SF
  28. Jake Browning vs. PIT
  29. Tim Boyle vs. MIA
  30. Kenny Pickett @CIN
  31. Aidan O’Connell vs. KC
  32. Mac Jones @NYG


Optimal DraftKings and FanDuel Fantasy Picks for NFL DFS in Chiefs vs. Eagles Clash

Optimal DraftKings and FanDuel Fantasy Picks for NFL DFS in Chiefs vs. Eagles Clash

The stage is prepared for a high-stakes Monday Night Football clash as the Kansas City Chiefs (7-2) welcome the Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) in Week 11, setting the scene for a rematch of Super Bowl 57. With both teams well-rested from their bye weeks, the anticipation is high, offering ample star power for your NFL DFS stacks. In a thrilling Super Bowl showdown last year, the Chiefs emerged victorious with a 38-35 win on their final possession, and Patrick Mahomes secured the Super Bowl MVP title with three passing touchdowns.

Determining the optimal exposure to Mahomes in your NFL DFS lineups for Monday Night Football is a critical decision, especially with both teams returning from a bye week. Additionally, other key players in the NFL DFS pool warrant attention. Before finalizing your picks on platforms like DraftKings and FanDuel for the Eagles vs. Chiefs matchup, it’s essential to consult the insights of DFS expert Mike McClure.

McClure boasts a legendary DFS career, accumulating over $2 million in winnings. His approach involves a robust prediction model that analyzes every snap of NFL action, incorporating factors such as matchups, statistical trends, and injuries. This method has consistently unearthed valuable DFS picks, shared exclusively with members at SportsLine, leading to significant cash prizes on FanDuel and DraftKings.

Having triumphed in high-stakes tournaments on FanDuel in 2020 and secured top-10 finishes in large-field DraftKings tournaments, McClure is a respected authority in the DFS community. He now directs his focus to the Eagles vs. Chiefs Monday Night Football matchup, revealing his top daily Fantasy football picks available only on SportsLine.

Among McClure’s standout NFL DFS picks for Monday Night Football is Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. Despite a slow start to the season, Hurts has gained momentum in recent weeks, showcasing impressive passing and rushing stats. With a touchdown in six of his nine games this season and stellar performances in previous matchups, Hurts is a player to watch.

McClure’s optimal NFL DFS strategy also recommends adding Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce to your lineup. Despite early-season setbacks due to an ankle injury, Kelce is on track for his eighth consecutive 1,000-yard season. With a strong track record, including a standout performance in his last primetime outing, Kelce poses a significant threat to the Eagles’ defense.

To complete your NFL DFS lineups for Eagles vs. Chiefs, McClure identifies an undervalued player set to deliver substantial numbers on Monday Night Football. This strategic pick could be the key to success in your tournaments and cash games, providing a competitive edge. Access McClure’s full NFL DFS player pool and exclusive insights on SportsLine to enhance your lineup decisions for the upcoming Monday Night Football showdown.


West Ham expresses anger over Michail Antonio's knee injury sustained while on duty with Jamaica.

West Ham expresses anger over Michail Antonio’s knee injury sustained while on duty with Jamaica.

West Ham is seething with frustration amid concerns that Michail Antonio may have sustained a long-term injury while on international duty with Jamaica.

Antonio is en route to England for a scan, heightening worries that the forward might be sidelined for the remainder of the season due to damage to his medial knee ligament. The 33-year-old exited late in the first half of Jamaica’s Concacaf Nations League quarter-final against Canada on Saturday night, visibly limping down the tunnel.

West Ham’s ire stems from the fact that Antonio continued to play for more than 10 minutes after the injury occurred. Additionally, the club is displeased with the condition of the pitch at Kingston’s Independence Park.

Antonio will undergo tests, and there is optimism that he might miss only up to six weeks with the injury. However, the worst-case scenario looms with the possibility of Antonio being absent for as long as nine months.

Having scored two goals this season and featured in all of the club’s Premier League matches, Antonio’s absence would be a significant setback. He has also made appearances as a substitute in two Europa League group matches this campaign.

In a further setback for West Ham, Jarrod Bowen has returned to the club with a minor knee injury suffered during international duty with England. Bowen, the club’s leading scorer, did not travel to North Macedonia with Gareth Southgate’s squad for Monday night’s game.

Southgate stated, “We felt better to leave him in England so that he can get it properly assessed. I don’t think it’s going to be anything serious, but we just didn’t have enough time, and we wouldn’t take a risk with that player.”

The spate of injuries to key players adds to West Ham’s challenges as they prepare to resume league action on Saturday with a visit to Burnley.

Meanwhile, a recent study has highlighted a concerning trend in European football, with injuries becoming more severe after the winter World Cup in Qatar last year. The report by City of London insurance firm Howden Group Holdings Ltd. reveals a nearly 30 percent increase in the cost to clubs for players sitting on the sidelines. Injuries to players in Europe’s top five leagues cost clubs €704.9 million last season, up from €553.6 million in the previous campaign.

Premier League teams bore the brunt, accounting for over 40 percent of the overall cost. The two months following the World Cup in Qatar saw 49 injuries in the Premier League, the highest among the top divisions. The Bundesliga followed with 46 injuries.

James Burrows, Howden’s head of sport, pointed out, “The staging of a men’s World Cup in a European winter led to players facing an extra eight days on the sidelines in the second half of the season, compared to the first.” Injuries in October caused players to be out for an average of 11.4 days, while January’s injuries resulted in layoffs of 19.4 days. This comparison applied specifically to players named in World Cup squads.

As West Ham faces these challenges, they look ahead to their upcoming league match against Burnley on Saturday.


Logan Thomas and Pat Freiermuth Among Top Tight End Choices in Fantasy Football Week 12 Rankings

Logan Thomas and Pat Freiermuth Among Top Tight End Choices in Fantasy Football Week 12 Rankings

In Week 12, fantasy football managers face the challenge of finding replacement tight ends, particularly after Mark Andrews’ season-ending ankle injury. With no bye weeks to navigate, the urgency to fill the void left by Andrews is palpable across leagues.

Replacing a player of Andrews’ caliber is no easy feat, especially this late in the season. While earlier options like Dalton Kincaid and Trey McBride may have shown promise, the current landscape post-Week 11 presents fewer appealing choices.

If you’re in the unfortunate position of losing Andrews, a first step is checking if Kyle Pitts, now at an 82% roster, is available in your league. Despite disappointment this season, Pitts still holds significant upside, especially if the Falcons’ passing game improves. David Njoku, with an 81% roster, becomes a priority pickup over Pitts in all leagues if he’s available. Logan Thomas (73%) and Pat Freiermuth (53%) are also worth considering, though Freiermuth’s return from IR comes with uncertainties.

For those with patience, adding Darren Waller (56%) on IR until at least Week 14 could pay off if he’s cleared for the Fantasy playoffs. Waller was on an impressive pace before his injury.

However, the tight end options beyond these involve some risk. Jonnu Smith (37%) has had moments but lacks consistency. Michael Mayer (23%) shows promise as a rookie, and Donald Parham (18%) could be a streaming option if Gerald Everett misses Week 12.

While there’s no perfect replacement for Andrews, combining some of these options might help you navigate the next few weeks. None of them are ideal, but it’s the unfortunate situation many fantasy managers find themselves in.

Week 12 Tight End Rankings:

  1. Travis Kelce @ LV
  2. TJ Hockenson vs. CHI
  3. Dalton Kincaid @ PHI
  4. George Kittle @ SEA
  5. Trey McBride vs. LAR
  6. Sam LaPorta vs. GB
  7. Evan Engram @ HOU
  8. David Njoku @ DEN
  9. Dalton Schultz vs. JAX
  10. Taysom Hill @ ATL
  11. Kyle Pitts vs. NO
  12. Logan Thomas @ DAL
  13. Cole Kmet @ MIN
  14. Jake Ferguson vs. WAS
  15. Jonnu Smith vs. NO
  16. Isaiah Likely @ LAC
  17. Cade Otton @ IND
  18. Hunter Henry @ NYG
  19. Tyler Higbee @ ARI
  20. Luke Musgrave @ DET
  21. Donald Parham vs. BAL
  22. Pat Freiermuth @ CIN
  23. Tyler Conklin vs. MIA
  24. Tanner Hudson vs. PIT


Fantasy Football Recap Week 11 Victors Include Trevor Lawrence and Jaylen Warren, While Derrick Henry Faces Setback

Fantasy Football Recap Week 11 Victors Include Trevor Lawrence and Jaylen Warren, While Derrick Henry Faces Setback

The importance of having valuable handcuffs in the late season became evident for me this Sunday. While it’s reasonable to pursue high-upside players in the early season for your bench spots, as emerging talents like Marvin Mims and Jahan Dotson could develop into must-start Fantasy options, the landscape shifts as teams solidify their rotations. Now, with only two weeks of byes left and Week 12 looming, I find myself prioritizing handcuffs.

In my early look at Week 12 Wire, I identified Zach Charbonnet as a prime waiver wire target. The focus on injury reports, especially running back injuries, has become more crucial than ever at this stage of the season.

Before delving into Week 12, let’s reflect on Sunday’s action and highlight the biggest winners and losers, as discussed in today’s newsletter. Here’s a breakdown:


1. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Jaguars: Lawrence showcased mobility and secured his first rushing scores of the season in a standout performance against the Titans.

2. Brian Robinson, RB, Commanders: With a favorable matchup against the Giants and no Antonio Gibson, Robinson’s dual-threat capabilities elevated his Fantasy stock.

3. Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Lions: Gibbs demonstrated versatility with short-yardage touchdowns and impactful contributions in the passing game, solidifying his Fantasy appeal.

4. Jaylen Warren, RB, Steelers: Despite not being the starter, Warren’s explosive plays and contribution as the Steelers’ lone offensive touchdown highlight his playmaking ability.

5. Tank Dell, WR, Texans: C.J. Stroud’s struggles didn’t hinder Dell’s breakout, maintaining a high level of production with eight catches, 149 yards, and a touchdown.

6. D.J. Moore, WR, Bears: Moore’s synergy with Justin Fields was evident, emphasizing his heightened upside with Fields at QB.

7. Calvin Ridley, WR, Jaguars: Ridley’s performance has notably improved with Zay Jones back, showcasing positive trends in games where Jones is active.


1. Sam Howell, QB, Commanders: Howell faced challenges against the Giants, with increased pressure resulting in sacks and interceptions, signaling potential difficulties ahead.

2. Josh Jacobs, RB, Raiders: The coaching change seemed detrimental to Jacobs, as the Raiders leaned heavily on passing, diminishing his Fantasy prospects.

3. Derrick Henry, RB, Titans: Henry’s struggles stem from the overall performance of the Titans’ offense, coupled with a decline in his individual playmaking ability.

4. Marquise Brown, WR, Cardinals: Brown’s theoretical potential doesn’t align with his actual weekly performance, making him a boom-or-bust WR3.

5. Diontae Johnson, WR, Steelers: The Steelers’ passing game struggles have affected Johnson’s Fantasy output, reducing him to a WR3 in PPR leagues.

6. Quentin Johnston, WR, Chargers: Johnston’s crucial drop in a pivotal moment compounds a disappointing rookie season, raising doubts about his Fantasy relevance as the playoffs approach.


Bearish setbacks Lucas Patrick and D'Onta Foreman sustain injuries against the Lions.

Bearish setbacks Lucas Patrick and D’Onta Foreman sustain injuries against the Lions.

The Chicago Bears faced setbacks on the offensive front as key players, center Lucas Patrick and running back D’Onta Foreman, both sustained injuries.

Patrick endured a substantial hit in the second quarter of Sunday’s game, despite the play being blown dead, and was escorted to the sidelines by trainers. As the second half commenced, he was deemed doubtful to return due to a back injury. Dan Feeney took over in his absence, with Cody Whitehair benched as the team’s center for the remainder of the contest.

In the Bears’ first drive of the third quarter, Foreman suffered an injury. Following a 13-yard run that ended with a tackle by Aidan Hutchinson, Foreman exited the field with assistance from a trainer and entered the blue medical tent. The team officially labeled him questionable to return with an ankle injury.


Notable Running Backs Exiting Include Aaron Jones, De'Von Achane, and Kenneth Walker

Notable Running Backs Exiting Include Aaron Jones, De’Von Achane, and Kenneth Walker

The 2023 Fantasy Football season has been marred by injuries, and Week 11 witnessed a significant blow to the running back position. Aaron Jones, facing a potentially serious knee injury, stole the spotlight in what could be the most impactful injury from Sunday’s matchups. However, Jones was not alone in his misfortune. De’Von Achane’s return to the Dolphins was thwarted as he apparently aggravated his knee injury, and D’Onta Foreman of the Bears exited early with an ankle injury. In the 4 pm window, Seahawks’ running back Kenneth Walker also suffered an oblique injury, forcing him out of the game.

As of Sunday afternoon, the full extent of these injuries remains unknown. While there are a few optimistic signs, we are yet to gather complete information. Let’s delve into each situation, providing an overview of what we know as of around 5:30 pm on Sunday and assessing potential scenarios if the injured players have to miss playing time.

Aaron Jones and the Knee Injury: Jones’ injury initially appeared severe as he had to be carted off the field in the second quarter with his leg caught under him. Post-game, Packers coach Matt LaFleur stated, “I don’t think it’s long term.” However, the true extent of the injury remains uncertain. If Jones is sidelined, AJ Dillon is poised to step into an every-down role. Despite Dillon’s earlier starts this season, his Fantasy value hinges on the Packers’ overall offensive performance.

Considering the Packers play on Thursday in Week 12 against the Lions, Dillon’s fantasy value could be influenced by the quick turnaround. If Jones is out, Dillon might be a viable RB2/3 option for Week 12.

Kenneth Walker and the Oblique Injury: Walker, already dealing with nagging injuries, left Sunday’s game with an oblique injury after four carries and one catch. Zach Charbonnet, who has seen increased snaps in recent weeks, could step into a more significant role. Charbonnet, a second-round pick for the Seahawks, has shown promise with three-down skills. However, the Seahawks face a tough upcoming schedule, which may affect Charbonnet’s Fantasy impact if Walker misses time.

Despite the challenging schedule, Charbonnet could be ranked as a top-24 RB if Walker is sidelined, though the tough matchups may limit his potential as a true difference-maker.

De’Von Achane and the Aggravated Knee Injury: Achane, who got just two touches before aggravating his knee injury, was held out of the game as a precaution, according to coach Mike McDaniel. The extent of Achane’s injury will likely be evaluated further on Monday, with hopes for a quick recovery. If Achane has to miss time, Salvon Ahmed could see increased opportunities behind Raheem Mostert, making him a potential starting option in dire situations.

Achane’s injury raises questions about his workload moving forward, and caution might lead the Dolphins to limit his touches. If he misses time, Ahmed becomes a viable Fantasy option, albeit with potential limitations.

D’Onta Foreman and the Ankle Injury: Foreman, in a split with Khalil Herbert before the injury, left the game with an ankle injury after a promising second-half run. If Foreman misses time, Herbert is expected to take on the lead role, mirroring the Bears’ backfield situation before Herbert’s injury. Roschon Johnson may also see increased involvement.

Herbert would likely be in the RB2/3 range for Week 12 against the Vikings, while Foreman, if available, might only be a desperation flex option. Johnson, as an upside play, could be worth adding, especially if Foreman’s injury turns out to be more severe than initially thought. However, he would likely remain the No. 2 back, requiring a Herbert injury for significant Fantasy relevance.


Fantasy Football Week 12 Early Waiver Wire: Injuries Open Doors, but Cooper Kupp Might Not Be the Answer

Fantasy Football Week 12 Early Waiver Wire Injuries Open Doors, but Cooper Kupp Might Not Be the Answer

In Week 11, several starters faced injuries during their games, but the fantasy landscape didn’t offer many opportunities for players to capitalize on these absences through the waiver wire. However, one exception stands out—Zach Charbonnet. He could become a crucial fantasy asset, especially if Kenneth Walker’s oblique injury sidelines him in the upcoming games.

Charbonnet’s prospects are further boosted by the Seahawks facing a quick turnaround for their Week 12 game on Thursday against the 49ers. Even if Walker’s injury turns out to be less severe, it might position Charbonnet as the primary starting back for the next week. Despite the challenging matchup against the 49ers, Charbonnet’s involvement in both rushing and passing plays could justify ranking him among the top-24 backs for Week 12.

I’ve delved into Walker’s injury and its potential impact on Charbonnet’s value in more detail in this article, which also covers injuries to other running backs like De’Von Achane, Aaron Jones, and D’Onta Foreman. While we hope none of these injuries are too serious, there’s a possibility that Charbonnet, AJ Dillon, and Roschon Johnson emerge as top waiver-wire targets for Week 12, depending on their availability.

Additionally, a significant non-running back injury from Sunday’s action needs attention—Cooper Kupp left the game with an ankle injury. Sustained while blocking, Kupp attempted to play through it initially but was eventually ruled out early in the second half.
As evident from the Rams’ recent game, there was a noticeable void in the absence of Cooper Kupp, and no one truly stepped up to fill that gap. Puka Nacua emerged as the primary contributor in all relevant receiving categories, standing as the sole player with more than 25 receiving yards. While Tutu Atwell showcased promise earlier in the season during

Kupp’s absence, his Sunday performance, with just three targets and one catch for 17 yards, suggests he might only be a touchdown-dependent flex option for Week 12 against the Cardinals if Kupp remains sidelined.


Florida Just Misses Top 25 in Athlon CFB Week 8 Rankings

Florida Just Misses Top 25 in Athlon CFB Week 8 Rankings

After an impressive victory over Tennessee earlier this season, Florida’s hopes of securing a spot in the top 25 were dashed by a challenging match against Kentucky. However, the Gators managed to rebound with consecutive wins against South Carolina and Vanderbilt, bringing their season record to 5-2 following a Week 8 bye. In the latest update of Athlon Sports’ college football rankings, Florida has claimed the No. 27 position, a testament to their improved performance.

This week presents an opportunity for the Gators to break into the top 25 if they can put on a strong display against the formidable No. 1 ranked Georgia. On the flip side, a lopsided loss could have adverse effects on their ranking.

Within the top 5, the teams trailing Georgia are Michigan, Ohio State, Florida State, and Washington. Florida’s remaining schedule includes matchups with other ranked opponents, such as LSU and Missouri, positioned at the 15th and 16th spots, respectively. Following a game against the 66th-ranked Arkansas, the Gators will face both these challenging teams consecutively. Additionally, Florida will end its season by hosting Florida State, adding to the intensity of their schedule.

In the broader context of the SEC, Alabama holds a place in the top 10 at No. 9, while Ole Miss is just on the cusp at No. 11. Tennessee, currently ranked at No. 21, faces the risk of dropping out of the top 25 if they suffer another significant loss. Kentucky sits one spot ahead of Florida at No. 27, and Texas A&M follows at No. 40. Mississippi State holds the No. 50 spot, Auburn is at No. 55, and South Carolina rounds out the SEC rankings at No. 61.


PAK vs SA Dream11 Fantasy Cricket: Match 26 ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Tips & Predictions

PAK vs SA Dream11 Fantasy Cricket: Match 26 ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Tips & Predictions

Pakistan and South Africa are set to clash in the 26th match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. The match is scheduled for Friday, October 27, at 02:00 PM (IST).

Having faced three consecutive losses, Pakistan is eager for a victory in this crucial game. With only 4 points from 5 matches, they can’t afford any more setbacks. They started their campaign with wins against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka but suffered defeats against India, Australia, and Afghanistan. The team led by Babar Azam currently occupies the fifth position in the points table.

In contrast, South Africa holds the second spot with 4 wins from 5 games. Except for an unexpected loss to the Netherlands, the Proteas have been dominating the tournament. They secured convincing victories against Sri Lanka, Australia, England, and Bangladesh, winning by margins of 102, 134, 229, and 149 runs, respectively.

Before the match kicks off, we provide you with key insights for your PAK vs SA Dream11 predictions, including player stats, top player picks, captain and vice-captain choices, and predicted XIs for fantasy contests.

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PAK vs SA Match Details:

  • Article Title: PAK vs SA Dream11 Prediction
  • Match: Pakistan vs South Africa
  • Series: ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023
  • Date: October 27, 2023
  • Category: Dream11 Prediction
  • Stadium: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
  • TV Broadcast: Star Sports
  • Online/Live Streaming: Disney+Hotstar

PAK vs SA: Recent Team Performances:

  • Pakistan: L, L, L, W, W
  • South Africa: W, W, L, W, W

PAK vs SA: Pitch Report:

The match will be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, where the pitch traditionally favors spinners. However, in the last game, batsmen didn’t face too many problems. Pakistan scored 282 while batting first, and Afghanistan chased down the total while losing just two wickets.

MA Chidambaram Stadium Stats:

  • Matches Played: 27
  • Matches Won by Home Side: 8 (29.63%)
  • Matches Won by Touring Side: 6 (22.22%)
  • Matches Won by Neutral Side: 12 (44.44%)
  • Matches Won Batting First: 15 (53.57%)
  • Matches Won Batting Second: 11 (39.29%)
  • Matches Won Winning Toss: 17 (60.71%)
  • Matches Won Losing Toss: 9 (32.14%)
  • Matches Tied: 0 (0.00%)
  • Matches with No Result: 1 (3.70%)
  • Highest Team Innings: 337/7 (ACC Asian XI)
  • Lowest Team Innings: 69 (Kenya)
  • Highest Run Chase Achieved: 291/2 (West Indies)
  • Average Runs per Wicket: 30.59
  • Average Runs per Over: 5.18
  • Average Score Batting First: 236

PAK vs SA: Playing XI:

Pakistan Dream11:

  • Abdullah Shafique
  • Imam-ul-Haq
  • Babar Azam (C)
  • Mohammad Rizwan (wk)
  • Saud Shakeel
  • Iftikhar Ahmed
  • Shadab Khan
  • Usama Mir
  • Shaheen Afridi
  • Hasan Ali
  • Haris Rauf

South Africa Dream11:

  • Quinton de Kock (wk)
  • Temba Bavuma (C)
  • Rassie van der Dussen
  • Aiden Markram
  • Heinrich Klaasen
  • David Miller
  • Marco Jansen
  • Gerald Coetzee
  • Keshav Maharaj
  • Kagiso Rabada
  • Lizaad Williams

PAK vs SA Dream11 Prediction: Captain & Vice-Captain Choices:

  • Captain: Heinrich Klaasen & Marco Jansen
  • Vice-Captain: Mohammad Rizwan & Heinrich Klaasen

PAK vs SA Dream11: Cricket Fantasy Team for Head-to-Head/Small League Contests:

  • Wicketkeepers: Quinton de Kock, Heinrich Klaasen (c), Mohammad Rizwan (vc)
  • Batsmen: Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafique
  • Allrounders: Aiden Markram, Marco Jansen, Shadab Khan
  • Bowlers: Kagiso Rabada, Gerald Coetzee, Shaheen Afridi

PAK vs SA Dream11 Prediction: Cricket Fantasy Team for Grand League Contests:

  • Wicketkeepers: Quinton de Kock, Heinrich Klaasen (vc), Mohammad Rizwan
  • Batsmen: Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafique, Imam ul Haq
  • Allrounders: Aiden Markram, Marco Jansen (c)
  • Bowlers: Kagiso Rabada, Gerald Coetzee, Shaheen Afridi

Disclaimer: Dream11 predictions are for entertainment and informational purposes only. While we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, we cannot guarantee the outcome of any fantasy sports contests or matches.


Week 8 Wide Receiver Rankings for Fantasy Football

Week 8 Wide Receiver Rankings for Fantasy Football

Recall the discussions in the fantasy community about Puka Nacua’s future viability once Cooper Kupp made his return to the field. The concern was that Kupp would dominate the Rams’ target share, potentially leaving little room for the rookie.

However, Nacua’s recent performance in Week 7 was nothing short of impressive. He hauled in eight receptions for 154 yards, marking his second 150+ yard game and his fourth 100-yard game of the season.

Now, the question is whether Nacua can maintain this momentum as he faces a challenging matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.

Certainly, here are the provided data organized into a table

1Stefon Diggs (BUF – WR)vs. TB4214view
2A.J. Brown (PHI – WR)at WAS2432view
3Cooper Kupp (LAR – WR)at DAL3325view
4Ja’Marr Chase (CIN – WR)at SF5773view
5Amon-Ra St. Brown (DET – WR)vs. LV6566view
6Keenan Allen (LAC – WR)vs. CHI76510view
7Davante Adams (LV – WR)at DET8887view
8Puka Nacua (LAR – WR)at DAL91098view
9CeeDee Lamb (DAL – WR)vs. LAR109129view
10Brandon Aiyuk (SF – WR)vs. CIN12111111view
11Adam Thielen (CAR – WR)vs. HOU13141015view
12Mike Evans (TB – WR)at BUF11151314view
13Chris Olave (NO – WR)at IND15131516view
14Jaylen Waddle (MIA – WR)vs. NE2312422view
15DJ Moore (CHI – WR)at LAC14232112view
16Christian Kirk (JAC – WR)at PIT20161618view
17DeVonta Smith (PHI – WR)at WAS16171424view
18Terry McLaurin (WAS – WR)vs. PHI18211817view
19Nico Collins (HOU – WR)at CAR26192213view
20Jakobi Meyers (LV – WR)at DET17201726view

The data continues with more rows, but due to space constraints, I’ve provided the first 20 entries.


Why Isn't Harry Brook in Today's 2023 World Cup Match - ENG vs SL?

Why Isn’t Harry Brook in Today’s 2023 World Cup Match – ENG vs SL?

England has altered its team composition for their ongoing World Cup match against an opponent. The key change is the absence of Harry Brook, whose form has faltered during this tournament.

Harry Brook, a promising young talent, has not lived up to expectations in the 2023 World Cup, prompting England’s management to adjust their lineup.

During the toss, Jos Buttler shared the team’s decision to bat first and made note of the team changes, including Brook’s omission. The specifics of these changes weren’t disclosed, but it’s clear that Brook’s absence is a significant move.

As England aims to strengthen their position in the tournament, they’re making strategic adjustments. Brook may find himself sidelined for this crucial match.

This shift in the lineup reflects England’s commitment to adapt and excel in the tournament, emphasizing performance and team requirements. Cricket fans will be keen to see the impact of these changes on England’s performance in this highly competitive World Cup match.”

Please note that the original article had some inaccuracies, such as mentioning a match against “England” (presumably a typographical error), and the opposition team is not specified. I’ve retained the original content while making the necessary revisions.


Fantasy Football Week 8: C.J. Stroud Ascends to QB1 Status and Key Lineup Decisions

Fantasy Football Week 8: C.J. Stroud Ascends to QB1 Status and Key Lineup Decisions

The San Francisco 49ers are facing a slew of injuries as they approach Week 8 against the Cincinnati Bengals. Key players are expected to be sidelined for this matchup.

Quarterback Brock Purdy is in the concussion protocol and is likely to miss the game. Receiver Deebo Samuel, who was already expected to be absent due to a shoulder injury, and left tackle Trent Williams, who missed practice following Week 7, add to the injury concerns.

Although there’s a chance Williams could play if he practices on Thursday, he’ll be protecting Sam Darnold. With Darnold starting, fantasy football managers are left with questions about the 49ers’ primary fantasy options.

Fortunately, Christian McCaffrey remains a must-start fantasy running back in all leagues, unaffected by Darnold’s presence.

Expect Brandon Aiyuk and George Kittle to perform well alongside Darnold. Kittle has consistently excelled when Aiyuk or Samuel were unavailable. Aiyuk is more challenging to trust lately, having scored fewer than 11.6 PPR points in three consecutive games.

The Bengals’ secondary is solid, with only one No. 1 receiver scoring a touchdown against them this season. Despite these challenges, Aiyuk remains a borderline starter in all leagues.

Shanahan is expected to maximize Darnold’s potential, benefiting McCaffrey, Aiyuk, and Kittle. Without Purdy, the hope is that the 49ers’ key players will perform well, especially if Williams can secure the offensive line.

C.J. Stroud looks promising in Week 8 against Carolina. Coming off a bye, he might have Nathaniel Dell back, and he’s motivated to prove himself to the Panthers after being overlooked as the No. 1 overall pick.

Carolina’s defense has struggled, allowing two consecutive quarterbacks, Jared Goff and Tua Tagovailoa, to score big. Stroud should have a strong performance with his key targets, making him a top-10 fantasy quarterback in all leagues.

For more fantasy football insights, refer to Heath Cummings’ full Week 8 Fantasy Football projections on SportsLine.


Thursday Night Football: Bills vs. Buccaneers DFS Picks for DraftKings & FanDuel

Thursday Night Football: Bills vs. Buccaneers DFS Picks for DraftKings & FanDuel

The Buffalo Bills, known for their high-scoring offense, averaged 28.4 points per game last season but have faced recent challenges, scoring only 19.7 points in their last three games, resulting in a 1-2 record during that span. This article explores what to expect from the Buffalo Bills in NFL DFS lineups on sites like FanDuel and DraftKings as they face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football. Despite the team’s recent struggles, Stefon Diggs remains a standout option for NFL DFS players, consistently delivering strong performances with over 100 yards or a touchdown in his last three games.

Diggs comes with a substantial price tag in NFL DFS contests, raising questions about his value in lineups given the Bills’ offensive inconsistencies. On the other side, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have struggled, scoring only 19 total points in their last two games, which prompts consideration of Buccaneers players like Mike Evans or Chris Godwin in your NFL DFS strategy.

For in-depth NFL DFS advice, strategy, and player stacks, SportsLine daily Fantasy expert Mike McClure offers his insights. McClure, a seasoned DFS professional with over $2 million in career winnings, employs a predictive model that factors in matchups, statistical trends, and injuries to identify the best DFS values, which he shares exclusively with SportsLine members. His track record includes victories in high-stakes tournaments on FanDuel and top-10 finishes in large DraftKings tournaments, making him a trusted source for DFS success.

McClure’s attention is now on the Buccaneers vs. Bills matchup on Thursday Night Football, where he’s locked in his top NFL DFS picks, available only on SportsLine.

Here are some of McClure’s top NFL DFS picks for Thursday Night Football:

  1. Buccaneers running back Rachaad White, who had an impressive performance last week with 99 total yards, including a season-high in receptions and receiving yards. White has been efficient as a pass-catcher this season, and the Bills’ defense has struggled against opposing running backs in the passing game, making White a promising option in NFL DFS lineups.
  2. Bills running back James Cook, a versatile player who has consistently delivered with at least 70 total yards in five of his last six games. Cook’s ability to contribute both as a rusher and receiver makes him a valuable asset in Buffalo’s offense and a compelling choice for NFL DFS rosters.

McClure’s NFL DFS strategy also includes an undervalued player set to make a significant impact on Thursday Night Football, a pick that could be the key to DFS success.

For more detailed insights and the complete NFL DFS player pool, please refer to SportsLine for McClure’s recommendations.


Taylor Swift's Impact on Travis Kelce: Insights from Stats and Superstitions

Taylor Swift’s Impact on Travis Kelce: Insights from Stats and Superstitions

Taylor Swift’s presence at Travis Kelce’s games has sparked curiosity about her influence on his on-field performance. A viral graphic aired by CBS during the recent Chargers-Chiefs game compared Kelce’s stats when Swift was in attendance with his performance when she wasn’t. The numbers seemed to suggest a significant difference, with Kelce averaging 99 yards in Swift’s presence compared to 46.5 yards when she wasn’t there.

In a lighthearted exchange on their “New Heights” podcast, Kelce and his brother, Jason Kelce, discussed the graphic and its implications. Even Chiefs coach Andy Reid weighed in, playfully endorsing Taylor Swift’s continued presence. While it’s all in good fun, the idea that Swift is a good luck charm for Kelce is far-fetched.

Kelce’s impressive career as a tight end includes numerous outstanding performances well before Swift became a regular attendee. Notably, Swift was in the VIP suite for games where Kelce had less spectacular stats. In the end, it’s clear that Swift’s presence may be a fun superstition, but Kelce’s talent and hard work are what truly shape his game.


Tuesday's Top Picks: Taurean Prince

Tuesday’s Top Picks: Taurean Prince

Tyler Herro has the potential to reach top-50 fantasy value this season. His scoring ability is poised to surpass his previous borderline top-75 per game fantasy ranking, now that he’s fully healthy and playing as a two-guard for the Miami Heat.

The regular season has finally arrived, with a traditional doubleheader on Tuesday. While it’s early to draw conclusions from a single game, one standout from Tuesday’s action was Lakers forward Taurean Prince. He excelled as a starter during the preseason, stepping up when Jarred Vanderbilt was sidelined due to a heel injury. In 30 minutes of play, Prince made 6-of-8 field goals, 2-of-2 free throws, scored 18 points, grabbed three rebounds, dished out one assist, blocked one shot, and sank four 3-pointers. Prince, a career 37.2% three-point shooter, demonstrated his ability to capitalize on clean looks in a lineup that includes LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

Fantasy managers in need of a forward who can provide 3-pointers should consider adding Prince, especially since he’s readily available. He was rostered in only 10% of Yahoo leagues before Tuesday’s game, and that number has risen to a manageable 14%. On the other hand, Rui Hachimura, who also vied for a starting role during the preseason, managed only six points and three rebounds in 15 minutes on Tuesday, shooting 3-of-10 from the field (0-of-3 from beyond the arc). He’s rostered in 29% of Yahoo leagues and didn’t make a strong case for fantasy managers to add him. For now, it’s advisable to leave Hachimura on the waiver wire. Prince remains a promising option, even when Vanderbilt returns.

Now, let’s delve into a few more pickups for the season’s first “Pickups of the Day,” focusing on players rostered in fewer than 40% of Yahoo leagues.

  1. Josh Okogie (12%) – Starting Strong: Okogie played a key role in the Suns’ win over the Warriors, amassing 17 points, five rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one 3-pointer in 32 minutes. Given his starting role and strong performance, Okogie’s rostered percentage is surprisingly low.
  2. Yuta Watanabe(1%): Watanabe contributed eight points, four rebounds, one block, and two 3-pointers in 18 minutes. However, his performance may not be enough to overshadow Okogie’s impact in fantasy leagues.
  3. Nickeil Alexander-Walker (1%) – A Chance to Shine: With Jaden McDaniels ruled out for the Timberwolves’ season opener, Alexander-Walker could be in line for a starting role. His role expanded in the previous season after McDaniels’ injury, making him a potential pickup.
  4. Xavier Tillman Sr. (32%) – Filling a Void: With Steven Adams out for the season and Santi Aldama sidelined, Tillman becomes an essential pickup, offering eligibility at power forward and center. He’s worth holding onto for the long term.
  5. Caris LeVert (16%) – Seizing Opportunity: Darius Garland’s questionable status due to a hamstring injury could open the door for LeVert to shine for the Cavaliers. Consider adding him before a final decision on Garland’s availability.
  6. Nicolas Batum (2%) – Starting Role: Terance Mann’s injury paves the way for Batum to start for the Clippers. In his 19 starts last season, Batum displayed a well-rounded game, making him a streaming option in deeper leagues.

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Timing for Dropping Underperforming Fantasy Sleepers

Timing for Dropping Underperforming Fantasy Sleepers

Drafting sleepers in fantasy sports carries inherent risks. When is the right time to cut ties with underperforming late-round picks? Deciding when to drop a player is essential to avoid regret. Several factors can guide your decision:

  1. League Size: In smaller leagues, you can be quicker to make changes, given the abundance of waiver wire options. In larger leagues, patience may be a virtue, especially if you see potential value.
  2. Team Composition: Consider your team’s needs and balance. If you have depth in a position, dropping an underperforming player is less risky. Balance is crucial, especially in points leagues.
  3. Minutes: Low playing time is a red flag. However, assess game situations before panicking. Consistent minutes are more promising than erratic ones, indicating trust from the coach.
  4. Usage and Shooting: Poor shooting stretches happen, but a player’s role in the offense is vital. Usage rates around 20% often indicate trust and scalability.
  5. Bad Luck and Advanced Stats: Utilize advanced stats like potential assists, deflections, and contested shots to distinguish luck from performance. These stats can be especially helpful early in the season.
  6. Schedule: Consider your sleeper’s schedule, as it can affect performance, especially in terms of shooting percentages and minutes.

By evaluating these factors, you can make more informed decisions about when to hold onto or drop your fantasy basketball sleepers.


Bengaluru FC vs FC Goa ISL 2023-24 Dream11 Fantasy Prediction and Tips

Bengaluru FC vs FC Goa ISL 2023-24 Dream11 Fantasy Prediction and Tips

Bengaluru FC (BFC) is set to host FC Goa (FCG) in the first game of Indian Super League (ISL) 2023-24 Matchday 5. The match is scheduled for Wednesday, October 25, at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru and will kick off at 8:00 PM IST.

Under the guidance of head coach Simon Grayson, Bengaluru FC is aiming to build on their recent victory against East Bengal FC with a winning streak. They previously secured a 2-1 win.

However, Bengaluru FC had a shaky start to the ISL 2023-24 season, losing to Kerala Blasters FC 1-2 and Mohun Bagan 0-1. Currently, they are ninth in the standings with three points from three matches.

In contrast, FC Goa has been a dominant force in the ongoing ISL, winning all three of their matches. They defeated East Bengal FC 2-1, Punjab FC (1-0), and Odisha FC (3-2).

As a result, FC Goa is placed second in the standings with nine points from three matches.

When it comes to head-to-head encounters in ISL history, Bengaluru FC holds an advantage over FC Goa. They’ve won seven out of the 13 matches played, with FC Goa winning three times, and three matches ending in draws.

In their most recent meeting, Bengaluru FC triumphed 3-1 over FC Goa at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium last season in February.

While FC Goa is unbeaten in ISL 2023-24, Bengaluru FC boasts a better head-to-head record. However, FC Goa is the favorite based on recent form.

For fantasy football enthusiasts participating in Dream11 for ISL 2023-24, here are some key tips:

  • Best forward: Carlos Martínez, FC Goa, is a standout player, having scored crucial goals and provided assists. With 121 fantasy points, he’s a valuable pick at 8 credits.
  • Best midfielder: Javi Hernandez, Bengaluru FC, has a track record of scoring and assisting. With 92 fantasy points, he’s a valuable addition to your team at 9 credits.
  • Best defender and goalkeeper: Sandesh Jhingan, FC Goa, is a solid choice among defenders. He’s scored goals, made clearances, and tackles, accumulating 133 fantasy points at 8.5 credits. Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Bengaluru FC’s goalkeeper, is a must-have with 64 clean sheets in ISL history and is priced at 8 credits.

Probable playing XI:

Bengaluru FC: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (goalkeeper); Namgyal Bhutia, Parag Shrivas, Slavko Damjanovic, Jessel Carneiro; Javi Hernández, Harsh Patre, Rohit Kumar, Ryan Williams; Sunil Chhetri, Curtis Main

FC Goa: Arshdeep Singh (goalkeeper); Seriton Fernandes, Odei Onaindia, Sandesh Jhingan, Jay Gupta; Raynier Fernandes, Carl McHugh; Brandon Fernandes, Víctor Rodríguez, Udanta Singh Kumam; Carlos Martínez


England vs. Sri Lanka Cricket World Cup: TV Channel, Start Time, & Viewing Options

England vs. Sri Lanka Cricket World Cup: TV Channel, Start Time, & Viewing Options

England’s ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 journey began with high hopes as defending champions, but they’ve stumbled with three losses in their first four matches, putting their tournament hopes in jeopardy.

The opening match against New Zealand was a devastating loss. Although they showed signs of recovery against Bangladesh, consecutive defeats to Afghanistan and the formidable South Africa have nearly dashed their chances.

What’s most worrying for England is their response to the 229-run defeat to South Africa, a record ODI loss. They appeared disoriented in all aspects of the game.

To keep their semi-final hopes alive, England must win all their remaining group matches, starting with Sri Lanka, who see an opportunity in England’s recent struggles.

Here’s the key information for the match:

When is England vs. Sri Lanka?

The match will take place on Thursday, October 26, starting at 9:30 am BST (2 pm local time).

How can I watch it?

You can catch the action live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket. In India, Star Sports will broadcast the match in five different languages on TV. If you prefer to stream it online, the Disney+Hotstar app or website is your go-to option.

If you’re traveling abroad and wish to watch the match, consider using a VPN to access your streaming app. Be sure to follow local regulations and your service provider’s terms.

Team news

England faced another setback with Reece Topley’s injury, ruling him out for the rest of the tournament due to a finger fracture. Brydon Carse has been drafted into the squad, while Jofra Archer, returning to the UK, is not considered ready for competition. Whether Carse will be match-fit remains uncertain.

Predicted lineup:

England XI: Bairstow, Malan, Root, Stokes, Buttler, Brook, Ali, Curran, Wood, Rashid, Atkinson


England 7/20 Sri Lanka 9/4


England is expected to rebound enough to defeat Sri Lanka, with a predicted win by 25 runs.