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Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Best XI


Middle-Order: Wasim Jaffer, Milind Kumar, Puneet Bisht (wk), Rinku Singh

Wasim Jaffer will be the obvious choice to lead this talented squad
Wasim Jaffer will be the obvious choice to lead this talented squad

At 40 years of age, Wasim Jaffer yet again crossed the 1000-run mark and also won his 10th Ranji Trophy in the process. The veteran was in tremendous form throughout the season, and his performance was vital in Vidharba's title-winning campaign.

The Mumbai batsman will also be a good candidate to lead this XI.

Delhi's Milind Kumar switched sides to Sikkim for this Ranji season and the move brought dividends for the 27-year-old. Not only did he become the top-scorer for this edition, but Milind will also be playing in the upcoming IPL season with RCB and will have a chance to impress the Indian captain.

He amassed 1331 runs in 14 innings, which suggests he will be a force to reckon with in this squad.

Puneet Bisht was the best wicketkeeper-batsman this season. The Delhi-born cricketer impressed with his bat for Meghalaya, and was also efficient behind the wickets.

The right-hander amassed a total of 892 runs in 12 innings with an impressive average of 89.2. Hence, Puneet will make it to this squad as the wicket-keeper.

Rinku Singh did extremely well for Uttar Pradesh this season as he put on 953 runs in 10 matches. The left-hander is known for his big hitting abilities, and his upcoming season with KKR will be crucial in his development.

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