PKL 2019: U Mumba Vs Haryana Steelers Schedule, Live Streaming Details

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Both U Mumba and Haryana Steelers have already qualified for the PKL 2019 playoffs. Here are the schedule and live streaming details for the upcoming match.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
PKL 2019

U Mumba and Haryana Steelers will face each other on Thursday, October 10. The match will take place at Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex in Greater Noida. Both teams have already qualified for the upcoming PKL 2019 playoffs. Dabang Delhi KC, Bengal Warriors, UP Yoddha and Bengaluru Bulls are the other four teams who have qualified.

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PKL 2019: U Mumba vs Haryana Steelers live streaming details

Pro Kabaddi is available to the audience through various platforms. For live streaming, you can use Hotstar, as they are the exclusive streaming partners of PKL 2019. If you want to watch the match on the TV, these channels broadcast Pro Kabaddi live – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2, Star Sports 1 HD. To watch U Mumba vs Haryana Steelers live, log in at 19:30 IST.

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PKL 2019, U Mumba vs Haryana Steelers: Performance and player details

As per the PKL 2019 points table, Haryana Steelers are ranked third with 70 points to their name. Vikash Kandola, with 172 raid points, is their best performer. Sunil leads their defence with 51 tackle points. The team is captained by the experienced Dharmaraj ‘Anna’ Cheralathan.

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U Mumba are currently ranked fifth on the PKL 2019 points table with 64 total points. Abhishek Singh is their star performer with 125 raid points. Their best defender is their captain Fazel Atrachali who has 64 tackle points in PKL 2019. All-rounder Sandeep Narwal also has 61 points.

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