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MP vs RJS Dream11 Match Prediction | Madhya Pradesh vs Rajasthan | Vijay Hazare Trophy

By Walli Siddiqui @DSportsWall

MP vs RJS Dream11 Match Preview | Madhya Pradesh vs Rajasthan | Vijay Hazare Trophy

Rajasthan will be hosting Madhya Pradesh at Jaipur as both teams sit on level terms in Elite, Group C with 10 points on board in the Vijay Hazare Trophy.

Match Details-

Date- Wednesday, October 16 |Time- 9:00 AM (IST)  | Venue- Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur


Rajasthan

Rajasthan started off the Vijay Hazare Trophy in a poor manner as they lost their first five games. However, Mahipal Lormor’s side recently got wind in their sails and won their last couple of games against Bihar and Services.
Yash Kothari and Chetan Bisht struck a 92 run stand for the first wicket and should be expected to open the innings against Madhya Pradesh. Mahipal Lormor, and Arjit Gupta could come in at three and four.
Rajesh Bishnoi and Deepak Chahar did the business in the lower middle order and scored knocks of 61 and 63 respectively while being unbeaten against Bihar.

Deepak Chahar and Abhimanyu Lamba should lead the pace attack. Shubham Sharma and Aditya Garhwal could chip in with spin in the middle overs.

Squad- Rajesh Bishnoi, Deepak Chahar, Ashok Menaria, Rituraj Singh, Aniket Choudhary, Arjit Gupta, Abhimanyu Lamba, Chetan Bist (wk), Aditya Garhwal, Menander Narender Singh, K Khaleel Ahmed, Mahipal Lomror (c), Amitkumar Gautam, Rahul Chahar, Salman Khan, Tajinder Singh (wk), Yash Kothari, SK Sharma, Tanveer Ul-Haq, Ravi Bishnoi


Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh’s two wins in the tournament have been against Bihar and Railways. Though they’re level on points with Rajasthan, it’s the net run rate which places them a spot below. Mikul Raghav can come in place of Rajat Paidar in the opening slot. Naman Ojha is expected to carry on up top.
Yash Dubey, Anand Bais and Abhishek Bhandari could add further batting solidarity. Venkatesh Iyer could contribute late down the order.

Avesh Khan and Gaurav Yadav will be expected to lead the fast bowling department. Meanwhile, Kuldeep Sen and Venkatesh Iyer could chip in with medium pace. Parth Sahani and Saransh Jain should be the two spinners in the playing eleven.

Squad- Naman Ojha (c & wk), Ishwar Pandey, Gaurav Yadav, Anand Bais, Avesh Khan, Saransh Jain, Mihir Hirwani, Rajat Patidar, Venkatesh Iyer, Parth Sahani, Rahul Batham, Mukul Raghav, Ajay Rohera, Kumar Kartikeya, Yash Dubey, Kuldeep Sen, Abhishek Bhandari, Rishabh Chouhan


MP vs RJS Dream11 Possible Playing Eleven

Rajasthan- Y Kothari, C Bist, M Lormor (C), A Gupta, A Garhwal, R Bishnoi, D Chahar, Shubham Sharma,  A Lamba, A Choudhary, R Chahar

Madhya Pradesh- R Patidar, N Ojha (C), Y Dubey, A Bais, P Sahani, A Bhandari, V Iyer, S Jain, A Khan, K Sen, G Yadav


Key Points

In the last five meetings between the two sides, Rajasthan has registered three wins in contrast to Madhya Pradesh’s two wins.
Anand Bais has been in decent form for Madhya Pradesh with him scoring 290 runs in his last nine games.
But, it’s Gaurav Yadav who has impressed the most with the ball. Yadav has taken 20 wickets in his last eight games for Madhya Pradesh, including a six-wicket haul against Jammu and Kashmir recently.
Mahipal Lormor could step up for Rajasthan with his all-round abilities. Lormor has scored 256 runs in his last nine games with an average of 45.
Wrist-spinner, Rahul Chahar has been amongst the wickets for Rajasthan and can pack a punch in the upcoming game. Chahar has scalped 20 wickets in the last ten games for his side,


Captain options- Gaurav Yadav | Mahipal Lormor

Vice-captain options- Rahul Chahar | Anand Bais

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Walli Siddiqui @DSportsWall

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