The Kolkata leg of the Pro Kabaddi League of the current season will lay an on spot clash in Zone B as the home side Bengal will strive to beat Bengaluru at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indoor Stadium tonight at 9 PM.

Bengal with all its might will target to keep the stress rolling on the table toppers Bengaluru as they already initiated their home leg with two victories and have already secured a safe place in the consecutive playoffs. Maninder Singh and Jang Kun Lee have maintained a good form in Kolkata and the defense led by their captain Ran Singh and the much-accomplished cover defender Surjeet Singh have done well collaboratively.

Bengaluru will strive to get into this fixture with the sole aim of keeping the top spot intact in the Zone B standings. Any win or tie against the Bengal side will certainly enable them to secure a spot in the current summit. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat and Rohit Kumar will hope to head the raiding unit against the stable and steady Bengal’s defense and be an inspiration for their team to win their first-ever win over the Bengal side in this season after the two annihilations following from the previous fixtures.

In tonight’s clash, both sides will look forward to winning as they both would want to dignify their positions in the current season.

Tentative 7 players aligned for each team

Bengal Team: (Captain) Ran Singh, Ravindra Ramesh Kumawat, Surjeet Singh, Ziaur Rahman, Jang Kun Lee, Baldev Singh, Maninder Singh

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


Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, Rohit Kumar and Maninder Singh

Pawan Kumar Sehrawat has been the leading rider for the Bengaluru team for this season and has displayed an exemplary form of play. Rohit Kumar though detracted himself from his raiding responsibilities, but has undoubtedly played tough and has combined well with Pawan for Bengaluru. Maninder Singh is the leading raider cum scorer for Bengal and will be hoped to aim to keep his home leg’s running momentum going.


Amit Sheoran and Baldev Singh

Amit has emerged as a steady left corner defender for Bengaluru and has taken his opportunities well in the second half of this season and concretized his spot well. Baldev Singh had a similar go and has emerged as a right corner defender. He has been helpful with his body holds and provided substantial aid to his team.

All Rounders

Ran Singh and Ravindra Ramesh Kumawat

Bengal’s captain Ran Singh has shown his experience well and he led his side to playoffs. He has contributed well for his team and done extraordinarily well as a defender. Kumawat as the third raider for Bengal has done well by adding crucial raiding points to his team’s kitty.

Match Prediction – Bengal vs Bengaluru 

Bengaluru, yet again seems to emerge as tonight’s match-winner.