Bengal Warriors has secured six wins, suffered five losses and played out two ties so far. Maninder Singh has been the biggest strength for the Warriors with 147 raid points. The Warriors skipper has got support from Shrikant Jadhav who has amassed 61 raid points. Experienced all-rounder Deepak Hooda has been handy in the offence as well with 41 raid points. As far as the defence is concerned, Girish Maruti Ernak has been an impactful defender for the Warriors with 37 tackle points. Ernak has been aided in defence by Shubham Shinde and Vaibhav Garje who have scored 25 and 24 tackle points respectively.
Meanwhile, Telugu Titans has managed one win and suffered 13 losses in the campaign so far and will look for a change in fortunes in front of their fans in Hyderabad. Siddharth Desai has been the most reliable raider for the Titans with 110 raid points. Vinay has chipped in with 37 raid points, while Monu Goyat has scored 32 raid points for them. Their defence looks strong on paper with some well-known defenders in the Titans’ lineup but they haven’t lived up to expectations. Vishal Bhardwaj (28 tackle points), Parvesh Bhainswal (25 tackle points) and Surjeet Singh (17 tackle points) will all look to do better.
Catch up on all the acttions of week 6 of PKL 9 in Sportstar’s weekly recap stream. Check out this week’s analysis here:
Matches Played: 19 | Bengal: 11 | Telugu: 3 | Tied: 5
PLAYERS TO WATCH OUT FOR
Bengal Warriors: Maninder Singh
Telugu Titans: Siddharth Desai
WHEN AND WHERE TO WATCH
The Bengal Warriors vs Telugu Titans Pro Kabaddi Season 9 game will be telecast live on the Star Sports Network and Disney+ Hotstar from 8:30 PM onwards on Friday, November 18.
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