So after almost a 3-month long timetable of PKL 2018, we will discover this season’s victory at last in tonight’s match between Bengaluru and Gujarat at the NSCI Dome at Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium in Mumbai at 8 PM.

In the current Pro Kabaddi League, the two groups confronted each other just once this season, in Match 69, which finished in a tie with a 30-30 scoreline.

The last match between the opposite sides in Qualifier 1 gave Bengaluru a section into the finals with a far-reaching, 41-29, triumph over Gujarat.

The Bengaluru side began their match with two or three changes as Ajay and Ankit got a beginning in the defense in front of the regulars, Ashish Kumar Sangwan and Raju Lal Choudhary.

This move by the Bengaluru mentor, Randhir Singh had astounded fans and pundits alike. Without the regulars in defense, the Bengaluru before long has shown indications of dissension in their defense setup, releasing simple points to the Gujarat raiders, Sachin and K Prapanjan.

With a 20-25 score line and 10 minutes staying in the match, Randhir Singh understood the mistakes of his ways and substituted in Ashish and Raju to give their protection the recognizable quality that restrictions had come to fear.

With the correct defense set up, it was the ideal opportunity for the Bengaluru’s to sparkle, and they did. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat snatched the open door with the two hands and scored progressive super-raids to take his group in front of Gujarat.

The effect of Pawan’s raiding was with the end goal that the Gujarat side and they couldn’t recoup from that point and could oversee just 3 points versus the Bengaluru’s 21 in the last 10 minutes of the match.

Amid and after the match, it was very obvious on the substance of Manpreet Singh, Gujarat’s mentor, that his young group was overpowered by the event and couldn’t ascend to it.

With the takeaways from the Bengaluru’s performance and the craving to make it to their second continuous finals, Manpreet and his wards moved towards their last match against UP.

The defense of Gujarat, which had given them a chance to down against the Bengaluru, ascended to their mentor’s call and sorted out themselves as the intense power that they had been all through the competition.

With persistence and conclusiveness, the Gujarat defense figured out how to keep Prashanth Kumar Rai, the man in-shape, calm on the night to tilt the match to support them, and their thieves, who proceeded with their attacking structure from Qualifier 1, carried out their responsibility well to anchor the match and a spot in the last for their side.

Whatever the aftereffect of tonight’s match be, one thing is, without a doubt that the Pro Kabaddi League will see another victor rise in this season which saw the customary powerhouses of PKL flounder, veterans resign or fall flat, and new faces will surprise the universe of Kabaddi.

Tentative 7 players aligned for each team

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

Gujarat Team: (Captain) Sunil Kumar, Sachin Tanwar, Sachin Vittala, Ruturaj Koravi, Hadi Oshtorak, Parvesh Bhainswal, K. Prapanjan

Sachin Tanwar and Rohit Kumar
Sachin Tanwar from Gujarat has performed as a strong raider for Gujarat’s side with Super 10s to his credit consecutively in many matches and will be hoped to give that last strike in tonight’s finale. Rohit Kumar, though detracted himself from his raiding responsibilities earlier, will be expected to lead Bengaluru to victory tonight.

Ruturaj Koravi, Parvesh Bhainswal, and Amit Sheoran
Amit has emerged as a steady left corner defender for Bengaluru and has taken up his opportunities well so far and will be hoped to deliver strong defending abilities tonight too. Parvesh and Koravi have been the best defenders for the Gujarat side, scoring enormously in the cover position all throughout this season.

All Rounders
Sunil Kumar
The Gujarat skipper, Sunil Kumar has been in a stunning form and will be liked to initiate a similar performance in tonight’s final match as well.

Match Prediction – Bengaluru Bulls vs Gujarat Fortunegiants
Bengaluru, in our opinion, will be the champions of Pro Kabaddi Season 6. Undoubtedly, they seem to emerge as the winner of the Final in tonight’s match.