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Rajputs vs Punjabi Legends, 17th Match Highlights T10 28 Nov 2018
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Rajputs won by 12 runs
2018 T10 League will be the second season of the T10 League. The matches will have a 10 over a side format with a time duration of 90 minutes. The tournament will be played as a round robin followed by semifinals and the final. It is scheduled to be played from 21 November to 2 December 2018 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Three new teams joined the tournament with the exclusion of Team Sri Lanka from last season. T10 League 2018
Rajputs vs Punjabi Legends 17th Match T10 Live Streaming Links
T10 Cricket League 2018 Match Details
- Series: T10 Cricket League 2018
- Match: 29 Matches
- Teams: Karachians, Kerala Kings, Pakhtoons, Rajputs, Bengal Tigers, Maratha Arabians, Northern Warriors, Punjabi Legends
- Date: 21 November 2018 till 2 December 2018
- Venue: Sharjah Cricket Stadium
- 2018 Cricket League Playoffs Points Table
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Rajputs vs Punjabi Legends 17th Match Highlights 28 Nov 2018 – Ball by Ball
Brendon McCullum (Icon Player), Chris Lynn (Aus), Rilee Rossouw (SA), Mohammad Shahzad (Afg), Mohammad Hafeez (Pak), Tymal Mills (Eng), Carlos Brathwaite (WI), Rahat Ali (Pak), Samit Patel (Eng), Qais Ahmad (Afg), Ben Dunk (Aus), Shan Masood (Pak), Peter Trego (Eng).
Punjabi Legends Squad
Shoaib Malik (Icon Player, Pak), Chris Jordan (Eng), Luke Ronchi (NZ), Liam Plunkett (Eng), Evin Lewis (WI), Mohammad Sami (Pak), Zahir Khan (Afg), Umar Akmal (Pak), Mitchell McClenaghan (NZ), Tom Moores (Eng), Anwar Ali (Pak), Jade Dernbach (Eng), Hasan Khan (Pak).