The home side, Telugu will play against the Bengaluru side in a Zone B conflict of the PKL 2018 at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Vizag tonight at 9 PM.

Telugu capitulated to a stunning misfortune (20-27) against the mighty UP in their last match because of a below average attacking execution.

The Telugu raiders could deal with a measly 11 raid calls of which Rahul Chaudhari contributed 6 points. Nilesh Salunke has been struggling all through the season and his poor form proceeded with his last game as he could oversee only one point off his 7 endeavoured raids.

Abozar Mighani had a fantastic night in defence as he scored 6 tackle points, including a Super handle to garner the ‘Goodbye Ace Defender of the Match’.

The Bengaluru side lost, though a restricted one (31-32), on account of Delhi. Bengaluru were moderate off the squares and were discovered trailing 14-26 mid-path during that half time, however before long they picked up energy through their raiders to diminish the edge to only a solitary point towards the end.

It was the defence of the Bengaluru that prompted their destruction on the night, as they could oversee only 5 tackle points. The cover team of Ashish Kumar Sangwan and Mahender Singh, who were very fruitful towards the start of the season, have failed to indicate much coordination or conclusiveness in the ongoing matches and are one of the real explanations behind the side’s defensive disappointments.

Tentative 7 players aligned for each team

Telugu Team: (Captain) Vishal Bhardwaj, Rahul Chaudhari, Nilesh Salunke, Mohsen Maghsoudlou, Anuj Kumar, Anil Kumar, Abozar Mighani

Bengaluru Team: (Captain) Rohit Kumar, Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, Anand V, Ashish Kumar Sangwan, Mahender Singh, Amit Sheoran, Raju Lal Choudhary


Rahul Chaudhari, and Pawan Kumar Sehrawat

Rahul Chaudhari has now changed into a decent shape after an underlying spell of battle in this season. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat in spite of the fact that had a quiet execution in his past meetings, the youth will be planned to jump back on Telugu side tonight ardently.


Abozar Mighani and Ashish Kumar Sangwan

Abozar is a concrete defending pillar for the Telugu side. He is highly an efficient tackler and with his strong ankle holds, he is certain to guarantee a good return of points. Ashish’s performance will play a critical role in tonight’s match in favor of the Bengaluru side.


Mohsen Maghsoudlou and Vishal Bhardwaj

Vishal Bhardwaj will be hoped to play this match attaining his regular corner position and showcasing mature defending and raiding tactics. Mohsen’s agile raiding and roaring defending actions would be something that everyone would be looking for in tonight’s match again.

Match Prediction – Telugu vs Bengaluru.

Bengaluru looks more promising to win tonight’s match.