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Editor's Pick(PKL): Gujarat - Haryana

Both the teams are newbies to PKL. They meet each other for the first time this season. They are new. Excited. And finally on equal footing because they are meeting debudants.
While Gujarat resembles a fairly balanced team, Haryana need to work on their attack and defence strategies. It is not easy ofcourse. This is their learning curve.
My Lineup
RA-Vikas, Rakesh Narwal, Sukesh Hegde
DEF: Mohit Chhillar, Fazel Atrachali
AR: Kuldeep Singh, Seong Ryeol Kim
Alternate lineup
In my alternate lineup, I wanted - Wazir Singh, Sukesh Hedge, Fazel Atrachali, Rakesh Singh Kumar, Sunil Kumar, Pramod Narwal, Vikash Khandola. But I do not have sufficient points to fit them all. So I had to take off Rakesh Singh Kumar too. I now have 23 left. I have added Mighani. Lots of confusion this time.

RA: Vikas, Pardeep Narwal, Sukesh Hegde
DF:Mighani, Sunil Kumar, F Atrachali
AR: Deepak Kumar
Good luck !!
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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