The Bengaluru Bulls will square off against Puneri Paltan in the 91st match of the Pro Kabaddi League 2022 on Sunday (November 20). Bengaluru Bulls and Puneri Paltan have been the most consistent sides in the tournament and will battle it out to claim the top spot in the points table. The Bengaluru Bulls are currently placed at the top of the points table with 10 wins and four losses from 15 games.
Their rivals Puneri Paltan, meanwhile, are placed next to them with nine wins and four losses from 15 games. The Bengaluru Bulls are on a roll at the moment as they are undefeated in their last four games, including a convincing 45-38 victory over the Gujarat Giants in their previous match. They will look to continue their winning streak as they face a competitive Pune side in their upcoming match.
Puneri Paltan are also having a great time in the tournament as they have lost only once in their previous four games. They are coming off back-to-back wins, including a massive 41-28 victory over the Haryana Steelers in their previous match. They will take on an in-form Bengaluru side and once again claim the top spot in the points table.
Bharat was the star raider for the Bengaluru Bulls in their previous match as he destroyed Gujarat’s defense to pick up 18 crucial points in the game. He got brilliant support from the defensive unit as all the defenders were among the scorers, led by their skipper Mahender Singh, who picked up three points in the match.
As far as Pune are concerned, the star raiding duo of Aslam Inamdar and Mohit Goyat were instrumental in their previous win against the Haryana Steelers as both raiders registered an impressive Super 10. Abinesh Nadarajan and Fazel Atrachali led the charge on defense with four and three points, respectively.
Prediction: Bengaluru Bulls are the favorites to win this match.
Fazel Atrachali (C), Mohit Goyat, Abinesh Nadarajan,Mahender Singh (C), Vikash Kandola, Mayur Kadam, Neeraj Narwal
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