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Delhi - Tamil Nadu
Dabang Delhi of Zone A and Tamil Thalaivas of Zone B have not been doing really well this season. With eight and seven points to their credit respectively, the teams need to really buck up if they want to go to the next round.
Some of the stars of both teams have been doing very well though. They are likely to shine enough to make it to the national team next year. Let’s take a look at my lineup for today.

AR: D Pradap, Meraj Sheykh
DF: C Arun, Amit Hooda, B Hodage, N Shinde
RA: Prapanjan K
Prapanjan scored 300 points in the app proving his reliability. So did M Sheykh. D Pradap is a good man to have on the lineup as well.
What do you think?

Gujarat Bengal

The other match today is between Gujarat and Bengal. Gujarat Fortune Giants top the table of Zone A. Bengal Warriors are second last in Zone B. The consistent performers are always likely to be on my team.

AR: Ran Singh, Rohit Gulia
DF: P Bhainswal, F Atrachali, Sunil Kumar
RA: Jan Kun Lee, Maninder Singh
This is what my teams look like today.
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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