Tamil Thalaivas are all set to face Bengaluru Bulls in the 77th match of the Pro Kabaddi League 2022 on Sunday (November 13). On that note, let’s take a look at the Tamil Thalaivas vs Bengaluru Bulls match prediction. Tamil Thalivas are currently placed ninth in the points table with five wins and as many losses from 12 games.
As far as Bengaluru is concerned, they are just a victory away from claiming the top spot in the points table. They are currently placed third in the points table with seven wins and four losses from 12 games. After being undefeated for five games, Tamil Thalaivas lost to table toppers Puneri Paltan 35-34 in a nail-biting game. They need to get back on track, as they face a strong Bengaluru Bulls side in their upcoming fixture.
Meanwhile, Bengaluru Bulls finally managed to register a convincing 36-33 victory over Haryana Steelers in their previous fixture. They will look to step up their game as a win in this match will take them to the top of the points table.
The repeat of the southern derby will be an explosive event. Both teams will attack each other from the beginning. Tamil Thalaiva is a different team now. They have generally dominated the first half, but the Thalaiva will need to increase its intensity in this match.
Raiders Narender and Himanshu Singh will earn well but they will be troubled by defenders Saurabh Nandal and Aman. Earnings by Tamil raider Ajinkya Pawar will be significant. All-rounder Visvanath will play an important role in taming one of the Bull’s raiders. Captain Sagar will trouble raider Bharat in the first half.
The Bengaluru Bulls may surprise the Thalaiva with added aggression in the first half. They will hold Vikash Kandola and unleash him in the second half. Defender Mahender Singh will play a crucial role in the second half to get the Thalaiva in some trouble.
This game will be full of surprises and tactical blunders.
Tamil Thalaiva will win.
Sagar (C), Narender, M. Abishek, Mohit, Mahender Singh (c), Vikash Kandola, Mayur Kadam
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