The Ranji-season is almost in the middle and the group-rounds are going to wrap-up. Some teams are almost secured their place for the quarter-final spot, while most of the teams are currently fighting for their quarterfinal berth and leasts are fighting for saving them from the relegation spot.
The selectors keep monitoring keenly at every year in this under-limelight trophy specially for the Indian team future. Hopefully this year is also no exceptional in their method.
Here are the current top-5 batsmen in the leading run getter.
1. Shreyas Iyer (782 runs in 7 matches):- The right-hander batsman, who plays for Mumbai, is making a great impact from the last year; where he was in the 7th position in the most run-getter table. He is carrying forward his good form with more dangerously in this year and currently he is the leader in the most run scorer table in this year’s Ranji trophy with an attacking strike rate (99.23) and a superb average (78.20). He already made three big centuries including one double-hundred (200) against Punjab. He also made three half-centuries. Many of Indian cricket experts are rising their hands for giving a chance to him in the Indian squad.
2. Swapnil Asnodkar (762 runs in 8 matches):- Swapnil Asnodkar just comes the lime-light in this week after making an impressive double hundred (232) against Jammu & Kashmir. He scored already three 100s and three 50s. After the double century, he climbed up at the second position in the most run-scorer list in this Ranji season.
3. Rohan Prem (682 runs in 7 matches):- The 29-years old left-hand batsman plays for Kerala. Rohan made three centuries including a classic double-hundred (208) and also 3 fifties. He is going strong as per matches are progress.
4. Paras Dogra (681 runs in 6 matches):- The right-hander Himachal Pradesh batsman is currently playing impressively in this Ranji season. He made three big hundreds in the three back-to-back matches with the scores like 167 (against Goa), 209* (against Tripura), 227 (against Services). The 31-years old batsman’s average is very impressive of 97.28.
5. Robin Uthappa (675 runs in 7 matches):- Uthappa always made a great impact in the domestic cricket but he disappointed to the selectors in the senior squad. He was the top scorer in the last Ranji trophy. In the ongoing Ranji season, the Karnataka batsman is in the 5th position in this list. He already hits three centuries in the 2015-16 Ranji Trophy. But the selectors are surely not comfortable to pick up again the 30 years old right-hander batsman.