# Fill the Image Sequence Ep. 1

Well, I just figure out another puzzle type, let find out whether it could be the good series or not :P

This puzzle will provide several images, and these images compose a sequence with one or more properties. Please try to identify what the properties contained by this sequence, making images get grouped and ordered, and answer the missing one.

The answer should include an image, and a few reasons to illustrate why you pick the image. Note that the answer might not be unique, any image which meets the properties is correct(The green check may give to the first correct answer).

Question:

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• I'm going to give a feedback for this series. Imho, this will be a good and interesting series; but, we should be more careful to setup the puzzle. In particular for this puzzle, the answers are based on.. "popularity".. which is kinda subjective. Like number sequence, they shouldn't invite speculative answer. More specific: ROT13(Lrf, vg'f fbegrq ol gur fvmr bs gur onyy. Ubjrire, gurer ner znal bgure fcbegf jvgu onyy'f fvmr orgjrra pevpxrg naq fbppre.) Still, it's a nice concept and I'm looking forward for the next puzzles :) Commented Oct 2, 2019 at 1:12
• @athin Yes I agree that, rot13(ohg V pbhyqa'g qb rkunhfgvba gb rafher gung gurer vf bayl bar nafjre gb svg gur frdhrapr, sbe guvf chmmyr. Znlor V pbhyq znxr nabgure chmmyr sebz n svavgr vzntr frg znl zrrg lbhe fhttrfgvba.) Anyway, this is another trial for new type puzzles, cheers :D Commented Oct 2, 2019 at 1:23

I think they are:

The corners of courts/fields of the 6 most popular sports in the world.

1. Ping Pong table
2. Tennis court
3. Cricket field

5. Soccer field