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Editor’s Pick (KPL): Mysuru Warriors - Bijapur Bulls

Two matches down in this series. One won fair and square. The other was interrupted by the rain and the match was reduced to eight overs per side. Mysore Warriors won by 38 rains. Bengaluru Blasters could manage to make only 46 as opposed to a required target of 84. Arjun Hoysala was declared the man of the match.

Today’s match is between Mysuru Warriors and Bijapur Bulls
Bijapur Bulls (From): HS Sharath, KC Cariappa, Prithvi Shekawat, Bharath Chipli(c), AM Kiran(w), Mohammed Taha, Ronit More, Naveen MG, Dikshanshu Negi, Nidhish M, Abhimanyu Mithun, GM Rishabh, Rajat Hegde, Rishabh Singh, Raj Atul Gala, Prashanth S, Lal Sachin
Mysuru Warriors (From): Karun Nair(c), Jagadeesha Suchith, Shivil Koushik, Suneel Raju, K C Avinash(w), Vyshak Vijay Kumar, Kushaal Wadhwani, Santhebennur Akshay, Shreyas Gopal, Bhareth NP, Arjun Hoysala, Ram Sharik Yadav, R Prateeksh, Nikith Sanganakal, S P Manjunath, KL Shrijith, Vinit Yadav, Vikash Kumar Sinha
My lineup

Batsmen
Arjun Hoysala
M Taha
Karun Nair (VC)
Bharat Chipli ©
Vineet Yadav
Bowlers
SL Akshay
K Charamann
Abhimanyu Mithun
All-Rounders
S Prashanth
Shreyas Gopal
Wicket-Keeper
AM Kiran

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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