Two in-form teams of IPL 2017, Kolkata Knight Riders and Rising Pune Supergiant are set for a massive encounter at Eden Gardens on Wednesday.
If RPS have won five of their last six matches, KKR are also not too far behind as they lie second in the IPL 2017 table, and have won three from their last four matches. Both teams are confident going into this encounter. One should expect a quality game in Kolkata.
Here are players, who you should pick for your fantasy squad.
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Robin Uthappa (Kolkata Knight Riders)
You should not even think, and just include the KKR batsman in your playing XI. He has been one of the consistent players for KKR in IPL 2017. It is not only about his batting, but his ability to score runs quickly and belt sixes, which helps you earn good points. Besides this, he could prove to be more than handy behind the wickets with catches and stumping too.
Ben Stokes (Rising Pune Supergiant)
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If you watched how Stokes single-handedly won the match for RPS against Gujarat Lions on Monday night, he should be the first person to be picked in your side. Being an all-rounder he provides you a wonderful opportunity as Stokes can shine with both the bat and ball. Make sure that you pick Stokes as your Powerplayer
Gautam Gambhir(Kolkata Knight Riders)
Why is KKR doing so well in the competition? That answer to the question is quite simple – it is Gambhir's leadership skills, and the way he has led the team from the front. He has been brilliant with the bat, anchoring the innings at times, and also plays the aggressor's role too.
Steve Smith (Rising Pune Supergiant)
It could be his day in Kolkata. He has got some wonderful starts in the competition, but he has not made it big besides the first game against Mumbai Indians. The skipper has been striking the ball well, and including him in your squad, which could act as a trump card too.