Fantasy XI: Steven Smith and Glenn Maxwell should fetch you points

Fantasy Pick: Back Steven Smith and Glenn Maxwell for big returns (1:27)

We help you pick your fantasy XI for the match between Australia and Sri Lanka at the Super 12s of the Men's T20 World Cup (1:27)

Match 22: Australia vs Sri Lanka, Dubai

Fantasy XI: Kusal Perera, Aaron Finch, Mitchell Marsh, Charith Asalanka, Glenn Maxwell (vice-capt), Steven Smith (capt), Wanindu Hasaranga, Adam Zampa, Lahiru Kumara, Chamika Karunaratne, Josh Hazlewood

Captain: Steven Smith
He has been extremely consistent in the T20 format, recording scores of 30 or more in six of his last nine appearances.

Vice-captain: Glenn Maxwell
His last three scores against Sri Lanka in T20Is read 62 (28), 66 (29) and 145* (65).

Other players
Kusal Perera: Having got 174 runs in seven outings, he is the leading run-scorer against Australia among the current Sri Lanka players.

Aaron Finch: He has been among the runs against Sri Lanka, recording scores of 35 or more in four of his last six T20I appearances against them.

Mitchell Marsh: He is the leading run-scorer for Australia in T20Is this year, with 453 runs in 16 games. He was also the leading wicket-taker for his side in the recent series against West Indies, picking up eight wickets in five games while also scoring 219 runs.

Charith Asalanka: He put in a Player-of-the-Match performance in Sri Lanka's win over Bangladesh with a scintillating 49-ball unbeaten 80, which included five fours and five sixes.

Wanindu Hasaranga: He bagged six wickets in the warm-up games ahead of the World Cup at an economy of 4.09, and also scored a 47-ball 71 against Ireland.

Adam Zampa: He has taken the most wickets for an Australian against Sri Lanka - 14 wickets in seven games at an economy of 5.64.

Lahiru Kumara: He is the man in form for Sri Lanka with the ball, not having gone wicketless in his last eight outings, and having picked up 16 wickets.

Chamika Karunaratne: He has four wickets in four outings so far in this tournament, and he is a handy lower-middle order bat too.

Josh Hazlewood: His last three outings in T20s include figures of 2 for 19, 2 for 29 and 2 for 29.