Puneri Paltan will be brimming with confidence as they head into the upcoming clash having stayed unbeaten in its last five games with four wins and a tie. They will look to make the most of their momentum and overwhelm a Dabang Delhi K.C. team that’s struggling at the moment. Aslam Inamdar has been their main man in attack with 71 raid points and Mohit Goyat has done well to chip in with 55 raid points. Meanwhile, Fazel Atrachali has galvanised Puneri Paltan’s defence and has scored 18 tackle points in six games. The likes of Sombir with 13 tackle points and Gaurav Khatri with 10 tackle points have also performed well when needed.
After a strong start to the season that saw Dabang Delhi win its first five games, the defending champions have gone on to struggle and currently find themselves in a four-match losing slump. While they are still placed near the top of the standings, Dabang Delhi K.C. will be eager to snap their losing run soon and will need their star performers to step up on Tuesday. Naveen Kumar with 112 raid points has been the team’s talisman, while Ashu Malik and Manjeet have supported him in attack with 57 and 42 raid points respectively. Defensively, Krishan has been really impressive with 24 tackle points alongside Vishal, who has 22 tackle points to his name.
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PUNERI PALTAN RESULTS SO FAR:
DABANG DELHI RESULTS SO FAR:
HEAD-TO-HEAD | Matches: 18 | Puneri: 9 | Delhi: 8 | Tie: 1
PLAYERS TO WATCH OUT FOR:
PUNERI PALTAN: Fazel Atrachali
DABANG DELHI: Ashu Malik
Where can you watch Puneri Paltan vs Dabang Delhi PKL 9?
Pro Kabaddi Season 9 will be telecast live on the Star Sports Network and Disney+ Hotstar from 7:30 PM onwards on Tuesday, November 1.
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