PKL 2019, UP Yoddha Vs Telugu Titans: Team News And Match Preview

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UP Yoddha and Telugu Titans will face each other on Wednesday, October 9 at Greater Noida. Here is the preview and team news for the upcoming PKL 2019 match.

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

UP Yoddha and Telugu Titans will play against each other on Wednesday, October 9. The 132nd PKL 2019 match will take place at Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex in Greater Noida (20:30 IST). While UP Yoddha have one more match to go, this is Telugu Titans' last match for PKL 2019. UP Yoddha have already qualified for the playoffs for this season.

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PKL 2019: UP Yoddha vs Telugu Titans match preview

PKL 2019: UP Yoddha

As per current PKL standings, UP Yoddha are ranked fourth with 68 points. Captained by Nitesh Kumar, UP Yoddha were the sixth team to qualify for the Pro Kabaddi playoffs. They last defeated Puneri Paltan 43-39 on October 6. Shrikant Jadhav is their top performer this season. He has scored a total of 123 raid points for PKL 2019. Sumit and Nitesh have led their defence, both taking care of the left and right corner respectively. If UP Yoddha manage to win this encounter, they will overtake Haryana Steelers and advance to the third position. 

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PKL 2019: Telugu Titans

Telugu Titans are ranked eleventh on the PKL points table. They have a total of 40 points. Siddharth 'Baahubali' Desai is undoubtedly their best performer, earning 202 raid points for his team. Unsurprisingly, Vishal Bhardwaj is their best defender with 62 tackle points. Farhad Rahimi Milaghardan has played impressively this season, earning the team 74 points. As this is their last game of the season, Telugu Titans will be looking to score one last win. 

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