PKL Haryana Steelers Vs Telugu Titans: When And Where To Watch

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Everyone is excited to see Siddharth Desai of Telugu Titans go head to head against Haryana's Vikash Kandola. Here is where you can watch the PKL match.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Haryana Steelers and Telugu Titans will compete on Friday, October 4 in a PKL 2019 match. The match will be at Haryana's home stadium - Tau Devilal Sports Complex. Haryana Steelers, after their match with Gujarat Fortunegiants, qualified for the upcoming PKL playoffs. As a result of their loss against Puneri Paltan, Telugu Titans are now out of the race to qualify.

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PKL 2019 Haryana Steelers vs Telugu Titans: Where to watch

Viewers can enjoy PKL 2019 through various media platforms. If you like watching PKL on TV, you can subscribe to Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2 or Star Sports 1 HD. You can also log in to Hotstar for live streaming, as they are PKL's exclusive streaming partner. The Haryana Steelers vs Telugu Titans match will start at 20:30 IST.

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PKL 2019 Haryana Steelers vs Telugu Titans: Player and team details

As per current PKL standings, Haryana Steelers are ranked third. They have a total of 65 points. Vikash Kandola, with 159 raid points, is their top performer. Out of their 20 matches played, Haryana have won twelve, lost seven and tied one match. Sunil is their star defender with 47 points.

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Telugu Titans are ranked eleventh on the PKL points table. They have won five matches and lost eleven matches while three of their matches have ended in a stalemate. Siddharth 'Baahubali' Desai is their top performer with 177 raid points. Farhad Milaghardan, their all-rounder, has scored an impressive 62 points.

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