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The league stage has gained the momentum and teams now have a clear goal in front of their eyes. For some, it is about a top finish in the points table while for few others lying in the bottom rungs, it will be about survival and ensuring that they make it to the next stage.

The time is perfect now to re-think plans and move ahead optimistically seeking improvement. When teams are in focus, it is natural for the skipper to be in the limelight as well.

Let’s discuss the report card of the captains in this piece.

How successful have they been? What has been their impact? And, how likely they are to influence their team’s performance in latter stages of the tournament.

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