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Pro Kabaddi 2019, Bengal vs Gujarat preview: Battle of offence and defence

Bengal Warriors are the third best raiding unit in PKL 2019, averaging 19.4 raid points per game

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Gujarat Fortunegiants vs Bengal Warriors, PKL 2019
File photo: Gujarat Fortunegiants vs Bengal Warriors

In Match 78 of Pro Kabaddi 2019, will kick start their home leg, when they take on at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indoor Stadium in Kolkata on Staurday. are place at 4th spot on PKL team standing with 40 points while Fortunegiants are at 8th position with 30 points. Gujarat defeated Bengal in their previous PKL match and look repeat the same. are the third best raiding unit in PKL 2019, averaging 19.4 raid points per game. However, Gujarat have been good in their defence and have the best tackle SR among all teams in PKL 7.

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Highest Avg. Raid Points – PKL 2019 Highest Tackle SR – PKL 2019
Team Avg. Raid Points Raid SR Team Tackle SR
Dabang Delhi 19.9 49 Gujarat Fortunegiants 52
Bengaluru Bulls 19.6 46 Jaipur Pink Panthers 49
Bengal Warriors 19.4 47 Telugu Titans 48
Match 41, Bengal Warriors and video highlights

Bengal will look to recover from last match debacle

Despite being one of the best raiding units in the league, they had a bit of a down game in their previous match where they lost to UP Yoddha. Both Maninder and Prapanjan scored less than 5 raid points. Mohammad Nabibakhsh was their best raider with 6 raid points. But this performance was an outlier. The match against UP was the first time this season that both Prapanjan and Maninder finished the match with less than 5 raid points, showing their consistency.

Maninder Singh & Prapanjan - PKL 2019
Performance No. of Matches
Maninder <5 raid points 1
Prapanjan <5 raid points 2
Both <5 raid points 1

Player Head-To-Head
(All figures overall PKL; figure in brackets shows since PKL 6)
  • Sachin Tanwar (GUJ) 3 – 3 Jeeva Kumar (KOL) [3 – 2 since PKL 6]
  • Sachin Tanwar (GUJ) 7 – 2 Rinku Narwal (KOL) [6 – 1 since PKL 6]
  • Maninder Singh (KOL) 4 – 5 Sunil Kumar (GUJ) [2 – 3 since PKL 6]
  • Maninder Singh (KOL) 2 – 2 Parvesh Bhainswal (GUJ) [1 – 1 since PKL 6]
  • K Prapanjan (KOL) 3 – 0 Parvesh Bhainswal (GUJ) [1-0 since PKL 6]
Bengal Warriors Form guide:

Played: 12

Won: 6

Tied: 2

Lost: 4

Win rate: 50%

form guide:

Played: 12

Won: 5

Tied: 0

Lost: 7

Win rate: 41.67%

First Published: Sat, September 07 2019. 14:10 IST