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Editor’s Pick(PKL): Gujarat - Delhi

Gujarat Fortune Giants - Squad strength: 18 (15 Indian, 3 Overseas)
Defenders – Abozar Mighani, C Kalai Arasan, Fazel Atrachali, Vikas Kale, Manoj Kumar, Parvesh Bhainswal, Sunil Kumar
Raiders –  Sukesh Hegde, Mahendra Rajput, Sachin, Amit Rathi, Dange Sultan, Pawan Kumar, Rakesh Narwal, Chandran Ranjit
All Rounders – Seong Ryeol Kim, Mahipal Narwal, Rohit Gulia

Dabang Delhi - Squad strength: 20 (18 Indian, 2 Overseas)
Defenders – Nilesh Shinde, Bajirao Hodage, Sunil, Viraj Vishnu Landge, Swapnil Shinde, Satpal
Raiders – Ravi Dalal, Abolfazl Maghsoudlou, Suraj Desai, Rohit Baliyan, Patil Anand, Suresu Kumar, Vipin Malik, Shubham Palkar
All Rounders –  Tapas Pal, Vishal, Meraj Sheykh, Rupesh Tomar, Chetan S, Yatharth

The Gujarat team looks truly fortune-filled as it tops Zone A table with 13 points. Puneri Paltan follow along with U Mumba. Dabang Delhi are second last and need to work harder. Delhi play this match after three continuous losses. This will be more of a game of minds as well. Captain Hegde will be very happy with his team. Sachin and Mighani have also played exceedingly well.

My lineup
AR: Rohit Gulia, Meraj Sheykh
DF: Abozar Mighani, Nilesh Shinde
RA: Sachin, Sukesh Hegde, R Sriram
Do you have Atrachali on your team too?
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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