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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Five Players Must watch in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season 6


Vivo Pro kabaddi League season 6 will be beginning from 5th of October,2018. The successes of the pro kabaddi  of all the season made huge impact on the kabaddi lovers to watch the upcoming season of VIVO Pro Kabaddi season 6. The season 6 of pro kabaddi will be begin in the Chennai and matches will be held in different cities. Around 13 cities will be traveled and final match will be in Mumbai On January 5th 2019.
The Opening match will be between Telagu Titans and Tamil Thalaivas. The opening match will witness the competition which intensify, as the neighbors renew their rivalry in the latest season, and fans can catch the live action at the stadium as well as on the Star Sports Networks and Hotstar.
VIVO Pro Kabaddi Season 6 is almost here and teams will be deep in planning to pick the best squad for this season. While some teams retained a few of their star players, others wiped the slate clean and will look to start from scratch in the upcoming auction. While all the fans will be waiting with bated breath to see which players form their favourite team this season, some players who have made a name for themselves over the years will be up for grabs this time around and could easily invite a huge bidding war. Here we look at a few of these gems and what they have to offer.
1. Rahul Chaudhari
Rahul Chaudhari,Vivo Pro Kabaddi
Rahul Chaudhari
The Raid Machine has been a standout amongst the most productive plunderers the game of kabaddi has ever observed, guaranteeing 666 attack focuses from the 5 seasons he has been engaged with up until this point. His pace, nimbleness and fatal running hand contact are sufficient to fox even the best of safeguards.
He was a piece of the Telugu Titans since the main season and thus outside the field of play for alternate groups. Be that as it may, now he will be accessible in the sales and anticipate that offers for him will experience the rooftop.

2. Surender Nada
Surender Nada, vivo pro kabaddi
With regards to corner safeguard, Surender Nada could compose his own course book on the theme. He has a standout amongst the best lower leg holds on the planet right now. On the off chance that his record of five straight High 5s toward the start of Season 5 isn't scaring enough, the 80 handle guides he had toward his name, making him the best protector, ought to be.
Nothing was additionally the commander of Haryana Steelers last season and groups searching for a pioneer will put their cap in the ring with regards to the safeguard.

3. Fazel Atrachali
Fazel Atrachali, vivo pro kabaddi
An abroad player who has had one of the greatest effects on VIVO Pro Kabaddi, Fazel Atrachali is the ideal blend of cerebrum and sturdiness. He can dash rival pillagers off the tangle and start a lower leg or thigh hold with rise to productivity. He even drove Gujarat Fortunegiants to the last in Season 5, demonstrating how great he can be in charge of a youthful group.
Atrachali's demonstrated reputation with U Mumba, Patna Pirates and now Gujarat Fortunegiants will doubtlessly get him a decent cost in the coming sale.

4. Monu Goyat
Monu, Pro kabaddi , Pro kabaddi Season 6
Patna Pirates' second-in-order to Pardeep Narwal, Monu Goyat was a greatly compelling thief who supported up Narwal's endeavors with some dangerous assaulting of his own. His exhibitions were regularly dominated by Narwal's, however Goyat was the season's fourth best plunderer despite Narwal doing the main part of the assaulting for the Pirates.
VIVO Pro Kabaddi’s highest paid player, Monu Goyat will begin his raid for glory as Haryana Steelers take on Puneri Paltan in the fifth match of the season.  
Groups will lick their lips at the possibility of grabbing the bandit at a sensible cost since Patna have effectively held 4 players from their past squad this time around.
5. Anup Kumar
Anup Kumar, Vivo Pro Kabaddi
Skipper Cool Anup Kumar is an advantage for any group. He has earned his title by driving U Mumba to the VIVO Pro Kabaddi title in Season 2 and driving India to a Kabaddi World Cup triumph in 2016. Likewise alluded to as 'Reward ka Baadshah' for his uncanny capacity to get a reward point with least hazard, Kumar is a standout amongst the most entire players, willing to contribute in both assaulting and resistance. He was likewise among the players that crossed the 100-point check in Season 5, completing with 135 focuses from the 21 recreations he played.
Anup Kumar's authority capacity will make him an adept coach for a youthful group and his capacity to bring his experience into play when it is important the most is something that will give his group the X-consider required the class.
In the second match Anup Kumar, the 'Captain Cool' of U Mumba for the last 5 seasons, who moves to Jaipur Pink Panthers this season, will lock horns with his former team.  
The other highly anticipated matches through the week include, Tamil Thalaivas vs Patna Pirates, as the Dubki King Pradeep Narwal will dodge his way through defenders to break his previous seasons’ record of 369 raid points.
VIVO Pro Kabaddi’s highest paid player, Monu Goyat will begin his raid for glory as Haryana Steelers take on Puneri Paltan in the fifth match of the season.  
We have had to adjust the Season VI window to October onwards, in lieu of the ongoing Asian Games that have nearly all the world’s top Kabaddi athletes playing for their respective national teams,” Anupam Goswami, League Commissioner, VIVO Pro Kabaddi said, “We will return to a July start for VIVO PKL Season VII.  Meanwhile, I look forward to VIVO PKL Season VI being an intensely competitive affair, as well as a great celebration of Kabaddi.”
The 12 participating teams have been divided into two zones of six teams each, where each team will be playing a set of 15 intra-zone and 7 inter-zone matches, prior to the anticipated play-offs. The play-offs stage will comprise of 3 adrenaline filled eliminators, 2 qualifiers and the finals scheduled to take place in Mumbai.

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