Can someone plaese tell me what the correct verb would be in the following sentence and why? Thank you!!!

Most of the team (is, are) shaving their heads before the game.
It's possibly best in these situations to use team members, board members, audience members etc.
If ' team ' is used as a collection noun. Use ' is '

While it refers to the members in the team. Use ' are 'Emotion: smile

In your example, I think ' are ' is more appropriateEmotion: smile
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Ithink the right verb is (are) becouse you are talking about more than one team.
can someone correct me????
 Mike in Japan's reply was promoted to an answer.
I agree with that, adding ' members ' clears the airEmotion: smile
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