Haryana will go up against the Patna at their home ground, the Patliputra Sports Complex on the second match of the Indian Kabaddi League 2018, booked for Sunday evening. The Haryana team has their work cut out against a solid Patna, and need to bring their A-diversion in the event that they need to stand a shot against the Patna team.

It would be nostalgic for M. Goyat, the Haryana Captain and an ex-Pirate, to conflict with his old group. He had a solid attacking association with Pardeep Narwal amid his time with the Patna squad and would design as needs to be with his current group to stop his old mates.

The Haryana’s resistance has been a reason for significant concern and has been a noteworthy supporter of their 6 losses in the competition until this point. Parveen has been the main champion entertainer with all due respect with his solid dashes and has aggregated 11 tackle points incorporating a High-5 in the 5 matches that he was included in. The corners need to enhance their execution against the Patna raiders or something else; P. Narwal could flee with Super attacks and also the match.

In spite of the fact that, the Patna team lost Saturday night’s match against Mumbai, however they would take heart from the way that they gave extreme rivalry to one of the most grounded groups in the opposition. P. Narwal was getting it done with a fabulous score of 17 raid points. The protection of the Patna did well in the initial 30 minutes of the match; however an absence of levelheadedness in the last 10 minutes prompted the match to be slipping directly through their hands. The main territory of concern is the absence of raiding supporter to help P. Narwal, as Manjeet couldn’t oversee even a solitary strike point in Saturday night’s match. While V. Jaglan contributed with 4 raid points, it is yet to be determined whether he stays reliable in his endeavors or not.

Tentative 7 players aligned for each team

Patna Team: (Captain) P. Narwal, Manjeet, V. Jaglan, Jaideep, Jawahar, V. Kale, Vijay

Haryana Team: (Captain) M. Goyat, M. Shivtarkar, N. Kumar, Parveen, Sunil, V. Kandola, K. Singh


V. Kandola, P. Narwal and Manjeet

V. Kandola’s acrobatic raiding qualities will go a long way for the Haryana team in tonight’s match. P. Narwal has already acquired two Super 10s from two previous matches and he will surely look to move ahead of M. Goyat by overshadowing his opponents. Although Manjeet failed to pick up any point in the last match, he will be hoped to gear himself up for this match and show an excellent performance.


V. Kale, Jaideep and Parveen

Parveen’s fantastic tackles and brutal blocks have helped Haryana to collect a lot of points and he shall once again be the man of the match to watch out for in the defense arena. V. Kale and Jaideep are certainly in top forms and had displayed a fantastic performance against the Jaipur team. While Kale’s performance was more of an average against the Mumbai team, Jaideep had yet again managed to get a “High 5” and this time his current form will be considered crucial for the Patna squad.

All Rounders


Vijay has fared average and would be expected to do well in tonight’s match too on behalf of Patna. His utilization in both the raiding and the defending division can be one of the major subjects of discussion as he has not been able to deliver to the best of his abilities.  

Match Prediction – Patna vs Haryana.

We strongly opine that Patna could steal the show in the evening’s match