In this alliance staged match of the Indian Kabaddi Season 6, it will be Pune taking the fight to the tangle against the Gujarat at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune.
This combination will turn out to be a decider for the two groups are isolated by only three on the highest point of the Zone A points table and therefore the aftereffect of this match will seal the last 1-2 opening for the Super-Playoffs.
The straight on between these two groups remains for the new participants, Gujarat having asserted the win in both the prior matches beforehand in the alliance.
Pune will be high on certainty in the wake of devastating the Jaipur 38-15 in their keep going match while the masters of Gujarat will trust that they can go all the way against the home side for they crushed Pune in their match by a strong edge of 20-44.
Pune will be driven by Captain D. Hooda, who grabbed a gigantic measure of 14 in the last match and will be anxious to proceed in a similar manner. In the assault, he is upheld by the accomplished R. Mondal who flourishes in the weight circumstances.
With S. Narwal and G. Ernak being refreshed in the last match, any appearances from D. Cheralathan, A. Jadhav, R. Kumar, Z. Rehman and R. Narwal went to the fore in the last match and grabbed 15 handle focuses among themselves.
The Gujarat, then again, are confronting an issue of bounty with regards to the assault with the majority of their marauders in brilliant frame, ideal from commander S. Hegde to Sachin, C. Ranjit, R. Gulia and M. Rajput.
The guard also has been the best out of the considerable number of groups in the alliance and is successfully kept an eye on by the Indo-Iranian consolidate of Atrachali and Abozar in the corner positions and P. Bhainswal and S. Kumar in the spreads.
Match Prediction – Pune vs Gujrat
The Gujarat are a strong power to figure with on the two closures of the tangle and Pune should truly strive to have the capacity to limit the opponents. Along these lines, on the off chance that one needs to pick a victor, given the past measurements, it would be the Gujarat rising on top against the home side.