Pro Kabaddi 2016, Season 4 - Live Match Telecast: Bengal Warriors vs Telugu Titans, PKL Season match 40 online at Starsports.com
The penultimate day of the Kolkata leg in Pro Kabaddi season 4 will see, the Bengal Warriors take on the Telugu Titans at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose indoor stadium. The Warriors capitulated to the Pirates in the final moments of the game despite taking the first half lead. With 2 wins and 7 losses, the home team are still languishing at the bottom of the table. On the other hand, the titans are enjoying the winning streak of 4 matches and sit in fourth place with 29 points.
The live streaming for the game between the Bengal Warriors vs Patna Pirates will be available on starsports.com from 20:00 IST. The match will be telecasted live from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose indoor stadium and will be aired on Star Sports 2 (HD) in English and Star Sports 3 (HD) in Hindi.
The Bengal Warriors after the impressive showdown in the first half against the Pirates looked gawky in the final 10 minutes due to poor defence. The trio of Nilesh Shinde, Vishal Mane and Amit Chhillar should come good against the Titans. Vishal Mane’s performance in the current season is a huge disappointment for the season 3 semi-finalist. The defence of the Bengal Warriors has to be ruthless to stop the in-form Rahul Chaudhari.
The Bengal attack looks sturdy in the presence of Jan Kun Lee’s with 19 raid points in the last two matches. The Korean who made a stellar comeback against the Panthers, after the injury, looked up and down against Patna with 7 raid points. The athletic Lee will undergo a serious battle against the dangerous looking Telugu defence lead by Sandeep Narwal on the right corner.
The flying machine Surjeet Narwal and Monu Goyat had an excellent first half against the Pirates. The duo should put a strong display in today’s match to break Telugu winning streak of 4 matches.
The attack of the Titans looks unstoppable, with Rahul Chaudhari scoring 67 raids points including three super tens in the last 5 matches. The skipper who became the first player to score 400 raid points in Pro Kabaddi, will go head-to-head against the uninspired defence of Bengal Warriors. Rahul was ably supported by the do-or-die specialist Nilesh Salunke. The retained Sukesh Hegde’s poor form is still a big concern for the Titans.
The trio of Sandeep Narwal, Sandeep Dhull and Vinod have changed the label of Telugu defence from being good to ruthless. With 72 raid points between them, the defensive trio looks to carry their inspiring run against Jan Kun Lee and Nitin Madane.
The head to head is evenly matched with 3-3 and moreover, the home team never defeated the Titans at the rapturous Subhash Chandra Bose indoor stadium. The Warriors, after all, have to beat the Titans and win the other three matches to have any chance of reaching the semi-finals.
It’s going to be the battle of Telugu’s threatening attack against Bengal’s insipid defence. Let’s see who comes out on top