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Editor’s Pick(TNPL): Madurai Super Giants - Karaikudi Kaalai

The previous TNPL match saw Tuti Patriots defeat Ruby Trichy Warriors. Washington Sundar’s 49 and KM Gandhi’s 72 stood out. the Patriots are back on the top of the table with two wins from two matches and a good run rate of +1.251. Dindigul Dragons, who are second on the table with one win from two matches, have a better run rate of +2.2130. Time will tell if this run rate will make a difference. The teams that are yet to register a win are Karaikudi Kaalai, VB Thiruvallur Veerans, Ruby Trichy Warriors and Madurai Super Giants.
Let’s take a look at a possible lineup for the next match. Both teams are looking for their much needed first win to get to the top half of the table. Madurai lost all seven matches last season. They will be more determined than ever.
Batsmen
S Badrinath
M Shajahan
P Francis Rockins
S Aniruddha
Bowlers
Shoaib MD Khan
M Poiyamozhi
S Mohan Prasath
WIcket-Keeper
PS Sivaramakrishnan
Arun Karthik
All-Rounder
Suresh Kumar
Chandrasekar G

Alternate lineup
Batsman
M VIjay Kumar
R Srinivasan
S Anirudha
S Badrinath
Bowlers
S MOhan Prasath
R Sonu Yadav
DT CHandrasekar
SV Muruganant
Lakshminarayanan
Wicket-Keeper
PS Sivaramakrishnan
All-Rounder
Shijit Chandran

Let’s see your lineup
Indu
P.S. Please note that the above-expressed opinions are purely the Editor’s. We do not take responsibility, nor can we guarantee the performance of the players. All the best !!!

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