Ranji Trophy 2018-19: Best XI
Middle-Order: Wasim Jaffer, Milind Kumar, Puneet Bisht (wk), Rinku Singh
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.