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Editor’s Pick(TNPL): Chepauk Super Gillies - Tuti Patriots

Defending champions are still on top. Tuti Patriots have shown why the deserve to win the cup again this year. Chepauk Super Gillies play their third match today. They have also won all the matches they have played (2). It will be interesting to see which team faces their first loss of this season. Point to be noted - these two teams were the finalists of season one of TNPL. The Gillies lost to the Patriots then and will want payback. The winner of this match will top the table. Lots to gain from this match.
Gopinath is in good form. The other opener, Sargunam, is reliable too. Captain Rajagopal leads from the front with his brilliant attack with the ball. If he can pull some runs off the bat, the team will definitely win this season. The Chennai team is not likely to change its winning combo.
The Patriots on the other hand also come in with overflowing confidence. They have their share of ammunitions - Washington Sundar, K Gandhi and Captain Anand. Aushik Srinivas has proven his potential.


My lineup
Batsmen
Thalaivan Sargunam
Akash Sumra
SP Nathan
Kaushik Gandhi
Bowlers
V Athisayaraj
Ravisrinivasan S
Aushik Srinivas
Yo Mahesh
Wicket-Keeper
H Gopinath
All-Rounder
Washington Sundar
Rajagopal Sathish

Alternate Lineup
Batsmen
Akash Sumra
Kaushik Gandhi
SP Nathan
T Sargunam
Bowlers
V Athisayaraj
R Alexander
Yo Mahesh
Ravisrinivasan S
Wicket-Keeper
H Gopinath
All-Rounder
Uthirasamy Sasidev
Rajagopal Sathish

What does your team look like?
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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