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Editor’s Pick(PKL)

Team Gujarat still have all the fortunes as they stay on top of the table with a mammoth 36 points. Bengaluru Bulls come close with 21 points. The Fortune Giants do not have to worry as of now. Puneri Paltan are second in Zone A with 16 points. This is a Zone A match. With the playoffs on October 22nd, the teams have many matches to play.

Lets see my lineup for this match. Gujarat meets Pune.

AR: Sandeep Narwal, Rohit Gulia, Deepak Hooda
DF: Parvesh Bhainswal, Dharmaraj Cheralathan
RA: Sachin, Sukesh Hegde

If you look at the points scored on the app, Hegde has 299 to his credit. You can include Rajesh Mondal on your team if you’d like. He has the potential too. Amongst the defenders, I have picked Parvesh. He has 175 points. Fazel has 206. But I did not have enough to add him to my lineup.Dharmaraj is a must. Even though his selection percentage is only 20, I think he can make a difference. Coming to the All-Rounders, I have Hooda on my team. Sandeep Narwal, you can add without even thinking.

Coming to the other match between UP and Bengal. Zone B Match. UP Yoddha are second with 19 points. They take on Bengal Warriors who have won 14 points so far.
My lineup - UP Yoddha meets Bengal Warriors

AR: Ran Singh
DF: Nitish Kumar
RA: Maninder Singh, Rishank Devadiga, Jang Kun Lee, Nitin Tomar, Deepak Narwal

There are quite a few players who have scored more than 100 points on the app - Vinkumar, Surendar Singh, Vinoth Kumar, Mahesh Goud. And then there are players who have scored close to 300. I have selected them on the app.
The thing about this tournament is that as the number of matches played increases, the players who have scored and played very well automatically stand out. Fairly easier to pick the lineup.

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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