The Ranji Trophy season of 2018-19 is getting rolling from Thursday (November 1) and will be the biggest in the history of the competition with as many as 37 teams participating - nine more than the previous edition. A total of 160 matches will be played across different venues over the course of almost 100 days. The competition is the ideal platform for youngsters to perform and stake a claim for a side in the national side and even on the A tours.
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