PKL 2019 Semi-final 2: BEN Vs MUM Match Preview And Schedule

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U Mumba and Bengal Warriors will face each other on Wednesday, Oct 16 for the PKL semi-final 2. Here is the match preview and schedule for the upcoming game.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:

U Mumba and Bengal Warriors will face each other for the semi-final 2 on Wednesday, October 16. The match will take place at the EKA Arena by TransStadia, Ahmedabad (20:30 IST). U Mumba reached the semi-finals by defeating Haryana Steelers 46-38. As Bengaluru Bulls ranked second in the PKL 2019 points table, they directly qualified for the PKL semi-final 2. The team who wins this game will reach the PKL 2019 final.

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PKL semi-final: BEN vs MUM match preview

BEN vs MUM – Bengal Warriors

Bengal Warriors have had a successful PKL 2019 run. Maninder Singh is the team’s top performer with 205 raid points. With the support of K. Prapanjan, Mohammad Nabibakhsh and Sukesh Hegde, Bengal Warriors have a strong raiding unit. Baldev Singh has led their defence with 62 raid points. Rinku Narwal and Jeeva Kumar have also been crucial for the team’s defence. Rinku Narwal is currently at 58 tackle points. Bengal Warriors won their last match against Tamil Thalaivas 33-29.

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BEN vs MUM – U Mumba

U Mumba has reached the PKL semi-final due to Abhishek Singh’s raiding and Fazel Atrachali’s defending. After a few initial losses, U Mumba gained momentum in the latter half of the season. In their last match against Haryana Steelers, Abhishek and Arjun Deshwal were the star performers. Fazel Atrachali has 81 tackle points, the highest this PKL season. Sandeep Narwal and Athul MS have also performed consistently, scoring points when necessary.

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