After an emotional tie in their last VIVO Pro Kabaddi Season 7 excursion, Puneri Paltan will look go one better when they face Bengaluru Bulls at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday. The shielding champions, in the interim, will be sure about enlisting consecutive successes in Chennai having just shown signs of improvement of hosts Tamil Thalaivas at the scene.
Puneri Paltan had to share the spoils in their previous encounter after their match against Tamil Thalaivas finished in a tie. The Maharashtra-based outfit looked on course for a win but allowed Tamil Thalaivas a way back into the contest in the closing stages. Coach Anup Kumar made it clear that he wasn’t happy with the result at the post-match press conference and you can rest assured that his players will be vying to make amends against Bengaluru Bulls. That said, there were plenty of positives to take from the tie but perhaps none more so than the performance of Surjeet Singh. The Puneri Paltan skipper returned to form in style with seven tackle points and he’ll be hoping to put in a similar display against Bengaluru Bulls. With defenders like Hadi Tajik and Girish Ernak also in their ranks, it’s fair to assume that Bengaluru Bulls’ raiders will be tested. As far as Puneri Paltan’s offense is concerned, Pankaj Mohite has been the team’s leading raid points scorer (38). He along with Nitin Tomar and Manjeet will have to shoulder most of the responsibility in the attack.
Subsequent to coming back to winning courses in their last coordinate, Bengaluru Bulls will look keep that triumphant inclination flawless to the detriment of Puneri Paltan. Pawan ‘Greetings Flyer’ Sehrawat will by and by be the supreme heroes’ greatest risk. He’s the alliance driving attack focuses scorer (98) right now and is probably going to turn into the principal player to break the 100 points obstruction this season against Puneri Paltan. He scored a Super 10 in his side’s last trip and keeping him just as captain Rohit Kumar calm will be significant to Puneri Paltan’s expectations of a triumph. Bengaluru Bulls’ protection has likewise demonstrated that they are fit for standing their ground against top-quality marauders this season. Despite the fact that Mahender Singh is their driving tackle focuses scorer, their protection isn’t using any and all means dependent on any individual, such as the profundity of the squad in that division. Amit Sheoran, Ankit, Saurabh Nandal and Vijay Kumar demonstrated how great they can be against Ajay ‘Iceman’ Thakur just as Rahul ‘Artist’ Chaudhari in Bengaluru Bulls’ last game and they’ll be planning to have a comparable kind of effect against Puneri Paltan.