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Editor’s Pick (KPL): Hubli tigers - Musuru Warriors

Both Belagavi Panthers and Hubli Tigers lead the table with 6 points each. But the Panthers have a higher run rate of +0.7620.

Out of four matches, The Tigers won three; beating Belagavi Panthers, Bengaluru Blasters and Namma Shivamogga. They lost only to Bijapur Bulls. Mysuru Warriors won two out of two matches, beating Bengaluru Blasters and Musuru Bijapur Bulls.

Hubli Tigers Squad
Vinay Kumar, Mayank Agarwal, Abhishek Sakuja, Dega Nischal, Abhishek Reddy, Kranthi Kumar, David Mathias, Praveen Dubey, Sharan Gouda, Ritesh Bhatkal, Krishnamurthy Siddharth, Rohith Gowda, Anurag Bajpai, Ishfaq Nazir Bhat, Swapnil Yelave, Aman Khan, Prithvi Varadarajan, S Shivaraj
Mysuru Warriors Squad
Santhebennur Akshay, K C Avinash, Bhareth NP, Karun Nair, Suneel Raju, Shreyas Gopal, Jagadeesha Suchith, Vyshak Vijay Kumar, S P Manjunath, Arjun Hoysala, Shivil Koushik, Kushaal Wadhwani, R Prateeksh, Nikith Sanganakal, Ram Sharik Yadav, KL Shrijith, Vinit Yadav, Vikash Kumar Sinha

Arjun Hoysala has been consistent with his performance. Vinay Kumar and Dubey too. If you look at the scorecard of the previous matches, you will see what I am talking about. These two contribute with the ball as well.

My lineup
Batsmen
KV Siddharth
Abhishek Sakuja
Arjun Hoysala
Mayank Agarwal
Bowlers
Praveen Dubey
SL Akshay
Vyshak Vijaykumar
Vinay Kumar
All-Rounder
Sunil Raju
NP Bhareth
Wicket-Keeper
KC Avinash

Tell me your pick
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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