India head down to New Zealand for T20Is this week while Pakistan greet Bangladesh at home for another T20I series. Meanwhile, the South Africa - England Test series is off to the final Test this week. Nostragamus fantasy managers have a lot of decisive choices to make this week in choosing the right players, but we have you covered on this front.

KL Rahul

Country: India 

Match/Series:  India vs New Zealand, T20I 

KL Rahul, now a mainstream batsman and ‘wicket-keeper’ in India's T20I side, has been in exceptional form in the shorter formats and is expected to have another good series in New Zealand. The Punjab franchise opener has recent scores of 52, 62, 11, 91, 45 and 54 in T20Is. In ODIs, he showcased good form in the Australian series and with no Trent Boult to trouble him, should have another good time in New Zealand. 

READ: KL Rahul - Back-up keeper, back-up middle-order, back-up opener 

Quinton de Kock 

Country: South Africa 

Match/Series: South Africa vs England, 3rd Test

Quinton de Kock has been the sole performer for South Africa with the bat in Tests of late. Even with Dean Elgar, Faf du Plessis and the likes struggling for runs, de Kock has been in terrific form, making scores of 95, 34, 20, 50 and 63 in the five innings so far in the series against England. The wicket-keeper batsman, who made a century in India last year, was the highest run-scorer for South Africa in Tests in 2019 and made 713 runs in 2019 averaging 47.53 with two tons and five half-centuries.

Tim Seifert 

Country: New Zealand 

Match/Series: India vs New Zealand, T20I 

New Zealand's blistering wicket-keeper batsman, Tim Seifert is in exceptional form and has a good record against India in the format. Seifert played for Northern Districts in the Super Smash this year and made 323 runs at an average above 40 and a strike rate of 143.55. When these sides met in a T20I series in early 2019 in New Zealand, Seifert played crucial roles in the series win, making 84 off 43 and 43 off 25 in the two wins.

Mohammed Shami 

Country: India 

Match/Series: India vs New Zealand, T20Is 

The Australia ODIs showed a completely different side of Mohammed Shami that should nail down his spot in India's T20I side.  Turning up in the death overs, Shami nailed his yorkers and this new weapon in his repertoire should make him a must-pick in the starting XI and in your fantasy team. A hit the deck who finds pace, swing and seam, New Zealand conditions should suit him and he will be an asset whichever phase he bowls in.

Mohammad Amir 

Country: Pakistan 

Match/Series: Pakistan vs Bangladesh, T20Is 

After retiring from Test cricket, the focus for Mohammad Amir is in limited-overs cricket and he has started showing some multi-faceted skills in the format. In the last two years, Amir has 21 wickets in 16 T20Is at an average of 19.14 and an economy just above 7. The left-arm pacer picked up 6 for 17 in the first qualifier of the Bangladesh Premier League for Khulna Tigers recently.

Feature image courtesy: AFP/ Noah Seelam