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Karnataka Premier League got off to a rather anti-climatic start as rain resulted in a wash-out in the first match, but the competition has now picked up the pace with two hard-fought encounters. Just as we predicted, Shivamogga Lions trumped Mysuru Warriors in the opening match of Sunday whereas Bijapur Bulls survived a scare as they shared points as the score was level when rain halted the play, and the result was decided on the basis of VJD method. Up next in the tournament is the match between Mysuru Warriors and Belagavi Panthers, who both are still searching for their first win. The game is to be played at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore on 19th August.
We are not even a week into the tournament, and Mysuru Warriors have already played a couple of matches. Their first match was washed out due to rain wherein they bowled 13 overs before rain halted play.
Before rain-interrupted, Jagadeesha Suchith took them to a position to dictate terms, reducing Blasters to 88 for 3. In their previous match, they failed to weave the same magic as Shivamogga Lions defeated them with considerable ease.
After winning the toss and electing to field first, Warriors' bowlers failed to use the moisture in the surface as Lions got off to a flying start. Except for M Venkatesh and KS Devaiah, all of their bowlers were either too expensive or failed to pick up any wickets whatsoever. The Lions eventually ended up scoring 166 runs which proved to be too much to handle for the Warriors.
KV Siddharth was the lone warrior for them as the wickets kept tumbling around him. At one time, Mysuru Warriors appeared to be struggling to even get to 120, but a useful partnership between AA Joshi and Siddharth pushed them over 152, which reduced the damage to their net run-rate in the process.
The Warriors have an apparent weakness of a not-so-strong middle-order which would need to buckle-up as we move forward in the tournament. They did reasonably well last year, but the competition is likely to be cut-throat this year, and they'll be looking to salvage as many points as possible early on in the tournament.
Krishnamurthy Siddharth, K S Devaiah, Manjesh Reddy, Dega Nischal, Vinay Sagar, Amit Verma, Aniruddha Joshi, Shoaib Manager, Praveera Venkatesh Murthy, Vyshak Vijaykumar, Jagadeesha Suchith.
The Panthers have played just one match in the tournament thus far and are at the second spot from the bottom with no wins to their name. They fought hard in the only game they've played so far wherein they faced a heartbreaking defeat by five runs.
Bowling first, Belgavi Panthers rode high on tight bowling spells from Dikshanshu Negi and Zahoor Farooqui as they restricted Tuskers to at least ten runs short of a comfortable score. Their batting, however, failed to utilize this advantage of chasing a low total.
Their top-order failed to get going as they found themselves five down for just 54 runs on the board with more than half the overs already gone. Although A Manohar and Raju Bhatkal tried hard with a small yet useful partnership to get them through, they eventually fell short by five runs.
Ravikumar Samarth, Manish Pandey, Abhinav Manohar, Kaunain Abbas, AS Brar, Dikshanshu Negi, Stallin Hoover, Ritesh Bhatkal, Shubang Hegde, D Avinash, Zahoor Farooqui.
Check out the Dream11 lineup for the 7th Karnataka Premier League match, which is to be played between Mysuru Warriors and Belgavi Panthers:
Although both the sides have looked good in the tournament so far, they've looked good only in patches. While the Panthers struggled with their top-order in the previous match, it was Mysuru's middle-order which failed to guide them home. Performance-wise, there's not much of a difference between the two sides. However, Belgavi Panthers exhibited a few vulnerabilities, which the Warriors will be looking to exploit. Additionally, the Warriors appear to be better-balanced side between the two, at least on paper. For those reasons, we think that the Panthers are better placed to get past Warriors in the upcoming fixture.
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