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Editor’s Lineup(PKL): Bengal - Pune

Bengal Warriors - Squad strength: 18 (16 Indian, 2 Overseas)
Defenders –  Young Chang Ko, Ameares Mondal, Sandeep Malik, Surjeet Singh, Virender  Singh, Rahul Kumar, Shashank Wankhede
Raiders – Jang Kun Lee, Maninder Singh, Deepak Narwal, Vinod Kumar, Virender Wazir Singh, Kuldeep, Anil Kumar
All Rounders –  Bhupender Singh, Shrikant Tewthia, Ran Singh, Ravindra Kumavat, Vikash
Puneri Paltan - Squad strength: 15 (13 Indian, 2 Overseas)
Defenders – Dharamraj Cheralathan, Girish Ernak, Md. Ziaur Rehman
Raiders –  Rajesh Mondal, Rohit Kumar Choudary, Umesh Mhatre, Akshay Jadhav, More GB, Suresh Kumar, Deepak Niwas Hooda
All Rounders – Takamitsu Kono, Sandeep Narwal, Ravi Kumar, Ajay, Narender Hooda

Interzone Kabaddi begins from today. The two zones will now play against each other as the tournament progresses to a new level. The first match - Bengal meets Pune. Both teams have scored eleven points in the tournament so far. Bengal are 5th in the Zone B standings while Pune are at the 2nd spot in Zone A.
Both teams now have

My lineup
AR: Deepak Hooda,Sandeep Narwal
DF: Ravi Kumar, Dharamraj C
RA: Maninder Singh, Vinoth Kumar, Jang Kun Lee

Players like Surjeet Singh and Ran Singh will also be depended on by Bengal. They have proven their value by performing consistently. The one who is on my lineup and who could be that player that brings the team to the finals is Raider Jang Kun Lee. He earned 23 points in the matches and 205 on Fantain Fantasy App. He is most definitely in my lineup.
Other valuable players are Maninder Singh and captain Hooda.
Who do you have in 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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