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Editor’s Pick(PKL): Bengaluru - Bengal

Bengaluru Bulls - Squad strength: 18 (16 Indian, 2 Overseas)
Defenders –  Ravinder Pahal, Sachin Kumar, Navjot Singh, Pradeep Narwal, Kuldeep Singh, Mahender Singh
Raiders – Rohit Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Sumit Singh, Harish Naik, Sinotharan Kanesharajah, Gurvinder Singh, Rohit, Sunil Jaipal
All Rounders – Sanjay Shrestha, Ashish Kumar, Ankit Sangwan, Amit, Preetam Chhillar
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

Zone B. The Bulls are ahead of the Warriors by just one point. Bengal Warriors come in to this match after a win while Bengaluru Bulls lost to Patna Pirates. This mood will affect their performance. But having said that, they both are almost neck-to-neck on the table. That should count for something too.
Rohit Kumar has played exceedingly well. His score of 619 on our Fantain Fantasy App says volumes of his consistent performance. He is a must in your lineup. Bengaluru does depend on him.

My lineup
Raider: Jang Kun Lee, Maninder Singh, Rohit Kumar, Ajay Kumar
Defender: Mahender Singh
All-Rounder - Ashish Kumar, Ran Singh

What do you think?
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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