The Electric Cup is now available in Pokémon Go, and this one includes Pokémon who are eligible to participate in the Great League. There are only a few choices that meet these criteria, so you need to keep your work to yourself.
The Electric Cup tier list
Pokémon must be an Electric-type athlete, and must not exceed 1,500 CP, as such. Also, Stunfisk, Heliolisk, Charjabug, and Vikavolt have all been banned from this competition, making team-building even more frustrating.
Giovanni's next shadow legendary Pokémon is brought to Pokémon Go's Crackling Voltage event, which fans are hesitant to applaud.
Your Lead Pokémon will be the first Pokémon you use against your opponent. You want to have a decent balance of attack and defense with this Pokémon, and typically you will dedicate at least one shield to this Pokémon.
|S||Galvantula, Luxray, and Manectric|
|A||Alolan Graveler, Galvantula, and Togedemaru|
|B||Alolan Golem, Lanturn, and Magnezone|
|C||Ampharos, Electrivie, and Electrode|
|D||Eelektross, Plusle, and Zapdos|
The switch Pokémon will be the one you swap out for your Lead Pokémon. This one is usually much more powerful, and you want to ensure you are avoiding defeating your opponent while also protecting your Lead selection from any of its weaknesses.
|S||Lanturn, Lxuray, and Manectric|
|A||Alolan Graveler, Galvantula, and Minun|
|B||Electabuzz, Hisuian Electrode, and Raikou|
|C||Plusle, Togedemaru, and Zebstrika|
|D||Ampharos, Eelektross, and Electivire|
The Closer Pokémon will be your final Pokémon on your team. It'll be the one that stands the line against the last Pokémon left on your opponent's side. Typically, you want to give this to a strong and defensive Pokémon.
|S||Dedenne, Electrode, and Galvantula|
|A||Hisuian Electrode, Lanturn, and Togedemaru|
|B||Electabuzz, Raichu, and Raikou|
|C||Flaaffy, Luxray, and Magnezone|
|D||Ampharos, Electivire, and Eelektross|