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SQUADS FOR RANJI TROPHY 2018-19

Delhi

Squad not announced for Delhi

Tamil Nadu

Uttar Pradesh

Saurashtra

Mumbai

Karnataka

Squad not announced for Karnataka

Assam

Gujarat

Madhya Pradesh

Baroda

Rajasthan

Haryana

Bengal

Andhra

Hyderabad

Jharkhand

Kerala

Punjab

Railways

Tripura

Vidarbha

Odisha

Services

Himachal Pradesh

Jammu and Kashmir

Goa

Maharashtra

Chhattisgarh

Bihar

Manipur

Meghalaya

Mizoram

Nagaland

Puducherry

Sikkim

Uttarakhand

Arunachal Pradesh

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Full list of domestic transfers:

 
 
 

Karn Sharma - Andhra (from Vidarbha)
Harpreet Singh Bhatia - Chhattisgarh (from MP)
Krishna Das - Goa (from Assam)
Amit Verma - Goa (from Assam)
Urvil Patel - Gujarat (from Baroda)
Irfan Pathan - J&K (from Baroda)
Chandrakant Sakure - Railways (from MP)
Madhur Khatri - Railways (from Rajasthan)
Rajat Paliwal - Services (from Haryana)
Arjun Sharma - Services (from HP)
Abhishek Tiwari - Services (from UP)
Harmeet Singh - Tripura (from J&K)
Bravish Shetty - Tripura (from Mumbai)

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Ranji Trophy 2018-19: India A fast bowlers rested for the opening round of the tournament

 

With India A’s tour of New Zealand not very far away, the BCCI has advised the respective state associations to leave out a set of pacers from the opening round of the Ranji Trophy. The domestic tournament of first-class cricket gets underway on November 1, while the New Zealand tour begins on November 16. India A will take on New Zealand A in three unofficial Tests followed by three unofficial ODIs.

 

The fast bowlers who’ve been advised to be rested for the opening round of the Ranji Trophy are Rajneesh Gurbani, Deepak Chahar, Navdeep Saini and Mohammad Siraj. A BCCI official said that this decision to rest the quicks was taken to ensure “that the players are fit and remain fresh for a long tour.”

 

Chahar and Siraj are two capped players who’ve represented India in the limited overs formats. Gurbani, on the other hand, is a brilliant fast bowling prospect, who regularly bowls at speeds above 140kph.

This quartet of pacers are part of the India A team which will depart for New Zealand on November 9 before the 3-match Test series gets underway. The visitors will have Ajinkya Rahane at the helm, and also have the likes of Rohit Sharma, Murali Vijay and Prithvi Shaw for the opening Test. They will, however, travel to Australia soon after the first game is completed as they will have to join Team India ahead of the 4-match Test series against the Aussies.

 

Rajneesh Gurbani was one of the best performers for Vidarbha last season. He was all set to the play the opening few fixtures for his state and had initially joined the side in Pune before its game against Maharashtra. However, he was asked to head back home after the BCCI sent him a letter regarding his India A duties. Vidarbha Cricket Association secretary and former India international Prashant Vaidya confirmed his absence according to Sportstar. Right-arm seamer Darshan Nalkande will fill in for Gurbani.

The India A tour of New Zealand will work as an audition for selection into the national Test side, who will be playing Down Under at more or less the same time. India’s first Test against Australia is scheduled to begin on December 6 at the Adelaide Oval. While the BCCI has already announced the squad for the Test series, there remain possibilities for further players being drafted in as the series progresses.

 

Link- https://www.crictracker.com/ranji-trophy-2018-19-india-a-fast-bowlers-rested-for-the-opening-round-of-the-tournament/

 

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No Khaleel Ahmed      :facepalm:

 

Should be in the squad and play FC rather than playing T20Is for India. Only way to develop a young cricketer and get his basics right.

 

And he will anyway get quite a bit of time off when we play tests in Australia.

 

 

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49 minutes ago, express bowling said:

No Khaleel Ahmed      :facepalm:

 

Should be in the squad and play FC rather than playing T20Is for India. Only way to develop a young cricketer and get his basics right.

 

And he will anyway get quite a bit of time off when we play tests in Australia.

 

 

Khaleel will be playing for India today. how can he play for Rajasthan then?

Edited by rkt.india

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35 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

Good prospect.  Has pace and decent  accuracy.  Height above 6 feet too.

Bowling right now,action is strong

Speedguns are now getting irritating

Do they care for Ranji?

Just as i type a delivery thudding on the gloves read 108k

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3 hours ago, Suhaan said:

So it starts today

Too many teams

They should limit the number of teams,like they do in Aus,Sa to ensure the quality remains intact.

 

As much as I agree, I am liking more players getting chances. Yes, things will get unnoticed like certain player’s performances etc, but new players getting to play is important also or certain players getting to play for new teams as their home state could not give them opportunity. Great to see new teams like Uttarakhand etc which will only inspire kids in Uttarakhand to go and represent their State. You want such culture all across the country. 

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5 minutes ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

This Nalkande guy is the one to watch out for. Interesting to see if he can sustain this pace in his 2nd 3rd spells.

 

 

he is just 20.  Even if he does not sustain the pace at this point that is not a problem, IMO.  He will get better as he plays more and he is a genuine alrounder. 

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17 minutes ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

Maybe because he is in the T20 squads vs WI and Aus, that'll keep him busy till end of November. Squads are not for the entire season.

 

It would have been better for Khaleel's development as a bowler if he played FC instead of T20s. 

 

The FC season is only for 75 days but he will get T20s every month or thereabouts.

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10 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

It would have been better for his development as a bowler if he played FC instead of T20s. 

 

The FC season is only for 75 days but he will get T20s every month or thereabouts.

He's going to be part of the WC squad unless there is a sudden loss of form, so better for him to play every game in shorter formats in the next 6-7 months

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No update on Sudeep Tyagi why he is not picked for Hyderabad this year after he transfered last year from Saurashtra to Hyderabad after serving his state UP.

 

I don’t even see him in transfer list. He was very impressive in his comeback year last season and I would have liked to see him this year. 

 

 

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