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Editor’s Pick (KPL): Bellary Tuskers - Bijrapur Bulls

There is a shuffle in the order of the teams on the table. This is good. This means that the teams are not giving up and they are still striving to get on top. Hubli Tigers have won three out of three matches. Run rate is +0.5170. Mysuru Warriors also have won all of their matches. But they have played only two.

Today’s match is between two teams who have not had a win yet. They are at the bottom half of the table. The run rate of the Tuskers is 0. That is weird. That is because the only match they were supposed to play was abandoned without even a delivery being bowled.

Bellary Tuskers (From): KB Pawan, Amit Verma(c), Zahoor Faroqui, Anil I G, CM Gautam(w), Abhinav Manohar, Bhavesh Gulecha, Dinesh Borwankar, Nishant Shekhawat, Prateek Jain, Zeeshan Ali Sayeed, Kunal Kapoor, Daivik Vishwanath, Lokesh Rahul, Rohan Kadam
Bijapur Bulls (From): Mohammed Taha, Bharath Chipli(c), Naveen MG, Dikshanshu Negi, Nidhish M, AM Kiran(w), Abhimanyu Mithun, Prithvi Shekawat, HS Sharath, Ronit More, KC Cariappa, GM Rishabh, Rajat Hegde, Rishabh Singh, Raj Atul Gala, Prashanth S, Lal Sachin

My lineup
Batsmen
Kunal Kapoor
M Taha
Bharat Chipli
M Nidish
Bowlers
Bhavesh Gulecha
Ronit More
A Mithun
K Charamanna
All-Rounders
A Verma
Gneshwar Naveen
Wicket Keeper
M Gautam

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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