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Editor’s Pick(PKL): Bengaluru - Jaipur

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
Jaipur Pink Panthers - Squad strength: 19 (17 Indian, 2 Overseas)
Defenders – Jae Min Lee, Manoj Dhull, Navneet Gautam, Somvir Shekhar, Vignesh B, Ravinder Kumar
Raiders – Jasvir Singh, Selvamani K, Ajit Singh, Kamal Kishor, Pawan Kumar Kadian, Tushar Patil, Sunil Siddhgavali, Rahul Choudhary
All Rounders –  Manjeet Chhillar, Dong Gyu Kim, Santhapanaselvam, Siddharth, Abhishek N.

Jaipur Pink Panters have had a very disappointing tournament so far. The team that usually creates all the hype, thanks to its celebrity supporters, are not living up to the expectations that come with the hype. Standing last on the table of Zone A with six points, they take on Bengaluru Bulls who top Zone B Table with 21 points.

My lineup
RA: Pawan Kumar, Rohit Kumar, Ajay Kumar
DF: Ravinder Pahal Mahender Singh
AR: Santhana Selvam, Manjeet Chhillar.

If you look at the points that these players have scored on the app, you will pick them in a jiffy. Rohit Kumar’s 869 points have ensured that 96% of the fans will pick him for their lineup. No one else comes even close. Ajay Kumar’s 288 points and Ravinder Pahal’s 240 points put them in my line up. Ashish Kumar has also been playing well. But I did not have enough in my pocket to add him.

Who’s in yours?
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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