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PKL 2021: Points Table, Team Standings, top raiders, defenders

Over the course of the past few days, fans have been treated to some thrilling matches and some stunning individual performances.

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PKL 2021: The Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) season eight started with a bang after a wait of 20 months due to the raging Covid-19 pandemic.

The premier domestic kabaddi tournament is witnessing brilliant performances from players from the onset of the season. Here are the stats from the PKL 8.

It has been more than a week since the PKL 2021 kickstarted at the Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Hotel Whitefield and Convention centre.

Over the course of the past few days, fans have been treated to some thrilling matches and some stunning individual performances.

The top 6 teams qualify for the playoffs

  • Win: 5 points
  • Tie: 3 points
  • Loss by 7 or fewer points: 1 point
  • Loss by more than 7 points: 0 points

PKL top raider

Most Tackle Points

Name Team Matches Tackle Points
Surjeet Singh Tamil Thalaivas 9 35
Sagar Tamil Thalaivas 9 31
Jaideep Haryana Steelers 9 29
Surender Nada Haryana Steelers 9 27
Mohammadreza Chiyaneh Patna Pirates 8 26
Sahul Kumar Jaipur Pink Panthers 7 24
Rinku U Mumba 9 24
Saurabh Nandal Bengaluru Bulls 9 23
Sumit UP Yoddha 9 22
Abinesh Nadarajan Puneri Paltan 8 22

 

PKL 2021-22 Points Table

Teams P W L D PTS SD
Dabang Delhi K.C. 12 7 3 2 43 -1
Bengaluru Bulls 13 7 5 1 41 48
Patna Pirates 11 7 3 1 40 44
U.P. Yoddha 12 5 4 3 38 18
U Mumba 12 4 3 5 36 -1
Bengal Warriors 13 6 6 1 36 -30
Haryana Steelers 12 5 5 2 34 -23
Jaipur Pink Panthers 11 5 5 1 32 -5
Tamil Thalaivas 11 3 3 5 31 16
Gujarat Giants 11 3 5 3 28 5
Puneri Paltan 12 5 7 0 27 -25
Telugu Titans 12 1 9 2 18 -46

Telugu Titans will take on the Bengaluru Bulls in match 74 of PKL 2021. A win will put the Bulls to the top of the table, while there is no way the Titans can rise up from the bottom spot.

The Bulls have fallen to two successive losses in the second half. If the first one against the Warriors was largely unlucky, the second against the Paltan was down to the fact that Pawan Sehrawat could not perform well. Randhir Singh Sehrawat could be eager to stop this slide at the earliest.

If the Titans’ first win of the season raised a lot of hopes, the Yellow Brigade put it all back to rest after falling to a seven-point loss against the U Mumba. They have found new stars in the raiding one after the other in the absence of Siddharth Desai but their defence continues to disappoint.

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