Kerala’s quarter opponents
In the quarter finals to be held on 2nd November, Kerala’s opponents, led by Sanju Samson, are Assam who are in brilliant form. Assam reached the quarter by defeating Bengal by eight wickets in the pre-quarter final held yesterday. Assam is a team led by Rian Parag, the young sensation of Indian cricket. They have the ability to break any team in Indian cricket now, so the fight against Assam will not be easy for Sanju and his team. Kerala can beat Assam only if they are at their best.
Kerala lost to Assam earlier
At the same time Kerala and Assam played in the same group in the group stage. Kerala won the first six games in the group stage but lost in the last game against Assam. It was Rian Parag’s firework that brought defeat to Kerala that day. A win in the group stage will give Assam a lot of confidence as Kerala and Assam meet once again in the quarterfinals.
At the same time, this is a small concern for Kerala. Fans can expect a thrilling match as Assam comes out to repeat their victory in the group round and Kerala to reply to that defeat. The match will start at 4.30 pm on Thursday at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali.
Advancement of Kerala
Kerala started the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy by crushing Himachal Pradesh by 35 runs. In the second match, Sanju and his team won by one run against Services. Kerala won by six wickets against Bihar and defeated Chandigarh by seven runs. Sanjupada defeated Sikkim by 132 runs and Odisha by 50 runs and lost only to Assam.
Brilliant stars of Kerala
Kerala’s young players have put up a good performance in this year’s Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. In this, the performance of Vishnu Vinod should be highlighted in batting. Vishnu has scored 346 runs at a batting average of 57.67 in the seven matches played in the group stage. He is also Kerala’s top scorer in the tournament.
Shreyas Gopal was the best bowler for Kerala. Shreyas, who came from Karnataka, took 12 wickets in six games in the tournament.