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Sanju Samson to be back in cricket action, set to lead Kerala in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

Sanju Samson to be back in cricket action, set to lead Kerala in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

Sanju Samson was on Thursday appointed as the Kerala captain for the upcoming Syed Musthaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament, scheduled to be held from October 16 to November 6 across various venues. Kerala will open their Group B campaign in the tournament with a match against Himachal Pradesh in Mumbai. In the group, Kerala and […]

Sanju Samson was on Thursday appointed as the Kerala captain for the upcoming Syed Musthaq Ali Trophy T20 tournament, scheduled to be held from October 16 to November 6 across various venues. Kerala will open their Group B campaign in the tournament with a match against Himachal Pradesh in Mumbai.

In the group, Kerala and HP will compete along with Sikkim, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Odisha, Services and Chandigarh. Samson will be eager to underline his prowess with some strident outings in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy that will keep him in the range of national selectors.

Kerala will have added strength this time in the form of all-rounder Shreyas Gopal, who has moved in from Karnataka last month. The leg-spinner could be leading Kerala’s spin attack in the company of veteran spinner Jalaj Saxena, who was the highest wicket-taker in the last Ranji Trophy season with 50 scalps.

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Promising Rohan Kunnummal is the vice-captain of the side, while former Tamil Nadu cricketer M Venkataramana is the head coach of Kerala this season.

Kerala squad: Sanju Samson (captain, wk), Rohan Kunnummal (vice-captain), Shreyas Gopal, Jalaj Saxena, Sachin Baby, Mohammed Azharuddeen, Vishnu Vinod, Abdul Basit, Sijomon Joseph, Vysakh Chandran, Basil Thampi, KM Asif, Vinod Kumar, Manu Krishnan, Varun Nayanar, M. Ajnas, P.K. Mithun, Salman Nissar.

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