Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Cricketers will play in ‘dangerous’ air of Delhi, these teams will compete

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: The four quarter-final matches of the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament will begin in Delhi on Thursday with 88 domestic cricketers reaching ‘dangerous levels’ in the national capital. Abo will be facing each other in the air. A toxic haze has engulfed Delhi since Diwali with the authorities in the NCR region working tirelessly to reduce the pollution levels. The quarterfinals were held without any noise at the Arun Jaitley Stadium and Air Force Ground in Palam. The quarterfinals are also to be held in Delhi, each venue will host two matches, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. 

Vidarbha and Rajasthan will play < /p>

Rajasthan team will take on their stronger rival Vidarbha. Vidarbha opener Atharva Tayde and skipper Akshay Wadkar are scoring runs and both will be looking to score runs against the Rajasthan attack which includes pacer Tanveer-ul-Haq and leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi.

Middle-order batsman Shubman Dubey And the role of Jitesh Sharma will also be important. Deepak Hooda has been the main player in the batting for Rajasthan and he has helped the team at every opportunity. Hooda, who has played for Rajasthan except Baroda, will need the help of captain Ashok Maneria, Mahipal Lomror and others.

In another match, defending champions Tamil Nadu will face Kerala. Vijay Shankar-led Tamil Nadu team is doing well apart from a shocking defeat against Goa, the winners of Group I. The team will need to do their best against the team led by Sanju Samson. However, he will not get the services of B Aparajith, who has been selected for the India A team.

The match between Karnataka and Bengal is also expected to be interesting. Karnataka team will be desperate to avenge the defeat against Bengal in Guwahati in the Elite B group match. Karnataka defeated Saurashtra in the pre-quarters to make it to the quarterfinals while Bengal qualified directly.

The experienced Manish Pandey and Karun Nair would look to put up a great performance. Along with this, the role of opener Rohan Kadam and middle-order batsmen Anirudh Joshi and Abhinav Manohar will also be important, who led the team to victory in the pre-quarters. On the other hand, in the absence of experienced Abhimanyu Easwaran, the other Bengal batsmen will have to perform brilliantly.

In the fourth quarterfinal, Gujarat’s team is considered strong against Hyderabad but will have to be cautious as the South team will be upset. can. The Rajasthan vs Vidarbha match will start at 8.30 am at Air Force Ground in Palam, while the second match will be played between Gujarat and Hyderabad at 1 pm. The first match will be played between Tamil Nadu vs Kerala at Arun Jaitley Stadium while the second match will be played between Bengal and Karnataka.

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