Maharashtra Premier League (MPL 2023) tournament organized by Maharashtra Cricket Association The 12th match will be played on Thursday (June 21) evening. Puneri Bappa and Solapur Royals teams will face each other in this. Puneri Bappa team will have a chance to make it to the playoffs with a win in this match. All eyes will be on these four players of Puneri Bappa team in this match.
Puneri Bappa’s captain Rituraj Gaikwad, who plays for the Indian team, will once again expect a strong performance from the team. Under his leadership, the Pune team has been seen performing brilliantly in the tournament. Rituraj has scored the most runs for his team while batting stormily in the first three matches. He succeeded in scoring half-centuries in the first and third matches. He has scored 143 runs from his bat in three matches.
Puneri Bappa’s opener Pawan Shah was seen hitting aggressively from the first match of the tournament. He grabbed everyone’s attention while striking artistically as well as powerfully. He has two consecutive half-centuries in the tournament. Captain Rituraj also scored 141 runs from his bat for the Pune team.
Youngster Piyush Salvi has made an impression as the main fast bowler of the Puneri Bappa team. He was successful in getting three, two and three wickets respectively in the three matches played so far. He is currently the highest wicket-taker in the tournament thanks to his pace and control. He will have to repeat this performance if the team is to win against Solapur.
As an all-rounder, Rohan Damle has shone in all three matches for the Puneri Bappa team. Rohan, who is a skilled batsman as well as a left-arm spin bowler, seems to be useful for the team. He has taken five wickets so far while bowling and has done well in batting, time after time.
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