Dream 7 preview for Bengaluru Bulls Vs. Bengal Warriors, Prokabaddi Season 6, match number - 76
Pro Kabaddi's expert face & voice since Pro Kabaddi first ever match back in 2014, Suhail Chandhok, is back #OnTheBall with all the insights for Season 6 of Pro Kabaddi with plenty of changes to the teams and lots of new players to watch out for too. Suhail, the man known as the "Oracle" of Kabaddi for his predictions, takes you through each encounter with what to look out for, team news and the key players to have in your side as well as his Dream picks to form the perfectly balanced team!
Following a PHENOMENAL home leg for the Gujarat Fortunegiants, it's time to head across for the home leg of the Zone B table toppers, the Bengaluru Bulls!
Mumbai & Gujarat were able to use the home support to their advantage and Bengaluru will be hoping to do just the same and continue their winning ways in Zone B where they have been the best team by far. I'm so glad my insights on injuries & player form has helped Dream 11 followers a lot as multiple people seem to have won with the information on the starting 7s I had for you over the last 2 legs. A big thank you to the Dream11 & SportsGuru fans for all the messages on Twitter & Instagram I have been receiving about wanting the inputs and about some great winnings so congratulations to everyone that did well and hopefully we can keep winning together with my Dream 11 tips. :))
The Bulls start the home leg against a tough opposition in the Bengal Warriors whose campaign has slipped of late. Bengaluru Bulls have the edge over Bengal Warriors in the head to head and lead 7-4 historically. Also, the Bulls have not lost a single match to any team from Zone B in PKL6. Their only losses have come to teams from Zone A in the Inter Zone Challenge weeks.
Bengaluru Bulls'primary reason for success has been their raiding department that has been firing on all cylinders and they average the second highest raid points per match (23.3) through the trio of Pawan, Rohit & Kashi. Pawan Sehrawat has 6 Super 10s from 10 matches and has had 2 matches where he’s scored 20 raid points (vs Tamil Thalaivas & Haryana Steelers). Today Bengaluru comes up against the 3rd worst defensive unit and the raiders will be licking their lips at the opportunity to pick up some big points.
Bengal Warriors average just 9 tackle points per match which is the 3 rd lowest by any team and has brought about some very inconsistent performances. Surjeet Singh the Captain is their leading tackle point scorer with 27 tackle points but has struggled for form of late. He is now averaging just 1.7 tackles per game in his last 6 games as opposed to 3.4 per game in the first 5 games. However, Surjeet Singh has a great record against Bengaluru Bulls. He has 30 tackle points against them which is the most by any defender against them and has scored 4 High 5s in 6 games against them.
Suhail's Starting Seven for Bengal - Ran Singh, Ravindra Kumavat, Ziaur Rehman, Maninder, Surjeet, Mahesh Goud, Baldev Singh
Suhail's Starting Seven for Bengaluru - Sandeep, Kashi, Mahender Singh, Pawan Sehrawat, Ashish Sangwan, Rohit Kumar, Raju Lal
PLAYER HEAD-2-HEADs for you to take into consideration before picking the Dream 7:
Rohit Kumar 13-11 Surjeet Singh
Rohit Kumar 7-8 Ran Singh
Pawan Sehrawat 2-4 Surjeet Singh
Maninder Singh 0-2 Mahender Singh
Jang Kun Lee 1-3 Mahender Singh
Raiders to fire plus few crucial leading defenders that have had a good tournament!
Can even leave Pawan as Captain here but replaced Rohit with Kashi & side filled with All-Round capability.