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|Sunil Kumar Jain||11||9||2||0||122.22|
|Mohammed Niyaz Nisar||4.0||0||40||2||10.00|
|Mohammed Niyaz Nisar||2||7||0||0||28.57|
|Sunil Kumar Jain||1.0||0||3||0||3.00|
|Mahesh Patel B M||4.0||0||25||2||6.25|
Yet another washout in the ongoing Karnataka Premier League has not only increased the competition in the middle of the points table, it has also rendered the remaining matches of even more importance. Having already played three games without a win, Bijapur Bulls and Bellary Tuskers can find things to be tricky. Although Belgavi Panthers have lost just one match to rain, another loss will put them in a spot of bother. They're set to lock horns with Hubli Tigers in their next match, which is to be played on 23rd August 2018 at KSCA Cricket Ground, Hubli.
Their last match, against Bellary Tuskers, was abandoned without a ball being bowled and both teams went away with one point each. Hubli Tigers were one of the four teams whose games were affected by rain on Wednesday and the point earned by them hasn't really affected their position on the points table.
They're currently placed at the second spot in the points table, separated from Bengaluru Blasters only by net run rate.
As their positioning on the points table suggests, the Tigers have played well in the tournament so far. Their bowlers were brilliant in the first match as they restricted to opponents to a paltry score which was eventually chased after experiencing a few speed bumps.
They were better in their last completed match where they defeated Shivamogga Lions by a considerable margin of 25 runs. Batting first, the Tigers scored a competitive total of 160, thanks to excellent late-order knocks by Dubey and R Vinay Kumar. Their bowling, then, kept chipping away at the wickets with spinners doing most of the damage. Mahesh Patel and MB Darshan have been the pick of their bowlers in the tournament so far, and a lot will rest on their shoulders when the Tigers take on the defending champions in their next game.
Mohammad Taha, Abhishek Reddy, Sujith Gowda, Praveen Dubey, RV Kumar, Kranti Kumar, Sunil Kumar Jain, AM Kiran, MB Darshan, Mahesh Patel B M, IG Anil.
The defending champions had a sorry start to the tournament as they were defeated by Bengaluru Blasters by 67 runs. The Blasters' batsmen proved to be too good for their bowlers with Robin Uthappa thrashing them to all parts of the ground.
Their batting failed to match the task with Hoover falling on a duck. They continued to lose wickets in regular intervals which eventually led to a huge loss. They've had just one game after that and that, too, was completely washed out by rain.
The Panthers are expected to come out without Manish Pandey which certainly raises some questions over their middle-order. Overall, they have a good batting unit with the likes of Hoover, Binny, and HS Sharath. It will be hard for their bowlers to put behind them the performance against the Blasters, and if they can do that, it would be an exciting game of Cricket.
Dikshanshu Negi, Stalin Hoover, HS Sharath, STR Binny, S Rakshith, M Nidish, Akshay Ballal, D Avinash, Pranav Bhatia, Shubang Hegde, Mohammed Niyaz Nisar.
The two teams have been at the opposite end of the spectrum as far as their performance is concerned. The Tigers have built onto their reputation of being one of the most consistent sides, whereas the Panthers struggled in the only game they played. Considering the recent form of both the sides, the Tigers are better placed to emerge victorious in this all-important match.