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Bangalore Rhinos vs Pune Pride Match Preview, Team News, Lineups

Indo International Premier Kabaddi League 2019 | Bangalore Rhinos vs Pune Pride

BR vs PNP Dream11 Match Preview

It is time for the big final of Indo International Premier Kabaddi League 2019, and the two teams who have made it to this grand day are Bangalore Rhinos and Pune Pride.

Both teams have undoubtedly displayed a brilliant showcase of Kabaddi which has made the two teams contest in the finals for the glory. Bangalore Rhinos literally humiliated Diler Delhi in the semi-finals with a 63-33 victory.

Meanwhile, Pune Pride were involved in an even contest against Chennai Challengers where the margin of defeat was very minimal. The scoreline was 39-34 which made Pune Pride the clear winners of the first semi-finals.

Let us delve into the BR vs PNP Dream11 predicted seven, team news, and squads;

Match Details

When: June 4th, 09:00 PM, IST
Where: Shree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru

BR vs PNP Dream11 Team News

  • Both teams played with their best possible combination in the semi-finals. With no injury concerns among the two camps, both teams are unlikely to tinker with their current combination.

BR vs PNP Squads

Bangalore Rhinos: Lakhan Varkiya, Vishal, Gokul Krishnan R, Manoj KumarVipin Malik, , G Ambeswaran, Chiranjeevi, Kuldeep, Vaibhav Shivaji Kadam, Ravinder, Ishu Sharma, Ajit Kumar PN, Narendra Kumar, Arumugam, M Mathan Kumar, Gurmeet Singh, Sandeep Kumar, Pawan.

Pune Pride: Sachin Poovaiah, Jaskirat Singh, G Pavan Kumar, Love Kumar, V Vimal Raj, Venkatesha, Sachin, Ameer, S Venkadesh, G Vishnu Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Dalbir Malik, Shaik Abdula, Soni, Jitendra Yadav, Sachin Kumar, P Vasanth, Akash Pawar.

BR vs PNP Playing 7 (Probable)

Bangalore Rhinos Playing 11:

Defenders: Manoj Kumar, G Ambeswaran, Nagraj Naik, Lakhan Varkiya

All Rounders: Vishal, Vipin Malik

Raiders: Arumugam

Probable Substitutes: Gurmeet Singh, G Krishnan-R, M Mathan Kumar, Chiranjeevi

Pune Pride Playing 11:

Defenders: Jaskirat Singh, Jitendra Yadav, Sandeep Kharb

All Rounders: Amarjeeth Singh

Raiders: S Abdula, S Venkatesha

Probable Substitutes: Ajay Kumar-I, Sachin Poovaiah, G Vishnu-Kumar

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BR vs PNP Dream11 Fantasy Picks


  • Pune's duo of Jitendra Yadav and Jaskirat Singh have been the starts of this facet. The former has got 41 tackle points, whereas, the latter has 30 points to his name. Jitendra returned with a high five in the semifinal against Chennai.
  • Sandeep Kharb, Manoj and G Ambeswaran are the other reliable picks in this facet.


  • Vishal is in an amazing touch and can be the man responsible for Bangalore's glory in the final. He has accumulated 47 raids and 10 tackle points this season. In the semi-final game, he went onto taking 24 raid points and proved the difference maker.
  • Pune's raiding department is lead by Amarjeeth Singh who has got 91 raid points in this competition and stands second among the top raid scorers. In the semifinal, he got 13 raid points against his name.


  • Shaikh Abdul has been the most relevant pick when it comes to Pune's raid department. He has played all the 11 games for Pune and has garnered 60 raid points along with 8 tackle points.
  • With 72 raid points this season, Arumugam is the leading raider for Bangalore. In the semi-final, despite the brilliance of Vishal, he himself got 11 raids and 3 tackle points.

Risky Picks:

  • Sachin Poovaiah
  • Gurmeet Singh
  • Sandeep Kumar
  • Chiranjeevi

Captain/Vice-Captain Picks: Vishal, Amarjeeth Singh, Jitendra Yadav, Shaikh Abdul

Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The fantasy teams which we have provided here of BR vs GUJ Dream11 is best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.