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| On Apr 11, 2022 11:53 PM IST

GT Playing 11 for RR vs GT, Match 20 of IPL 2022: Player Availability & Team News


GT Playing 11: Coming into the tournament, Gujarat Titans clearly were the underdogs. However, they surprised many with their exceptional performance. The Hardik Pandya-led side was quite dominant in their first three games of the tournament, but after that, they tasted their first loss of the season against Sunrisers Hyderabad. They would now be eager to return to the winning ways and claim their stake in the top four when they step on the field next.

RR vs GT IPL 2022: Player Availability and Team News for Gujarat Titans for the match against Rajasthan Royals

After suffering a disappointing 8-wicket loss against Sunrisers Hyderabad in their last match, Gujarat Titans are next scheduled to lock horns with Rajasthan Royals (RR) at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai on Thursday (14th April).

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The Hardik Pandya-led side has no availability concern heading into the game against the ‘rampaging’ Rajasthan Royals on Thursday. All the overseas players have joined the squad and are putting hard yards in the tournament.

Talking about the team, there are also no injury concerns in the side and they aren’t expected to make changes. Young Sai Sudarshan scored only 11 runs but is expected to retain his place in the team, which means Vijay Shankar will keep warming the bench. Abhinav Manohar also played a brutal knock against SRH and hence is also expected to retain his spot.

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Probable GT Playing 11

The Hardik Pandya-led side is not likely to make any changes to their combination. They seem to have found their balance and are likely to retain the young players in the playing XI.

Here’s Gujarat Titans’ playing 11

1. Shubman Gill
2. Matthew Wade (wk)
3. Sai Sudharsan
4. David Miller
5. Hardik Pandya (C)
6. Abhinav Manohar
7. Rahul Tewatia
8. Rashid Khan
9. Mohammed Shami
10. Darshan Nalkande
11. Lockie Ferguson

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