It should be another cracker of a match as India and England will square up against each other in the Kabaddi World Cup. The predictions are already out and you do not need to be a rocket scientist to figure out that it is an easy one. Now if you are to ask us, we have no doubt in our mind that India are once again favourites in their match against England. The notable thing of course is that the hosts have been super in the way they have played in the last three games. It seems as if it is now a long way off that the hosts had lost the first match against South Korea.
One way or the other, England will put up a fight. They are a gutsy team, we must not forget. They are a team that have the potential to do something South Korea did. Of course they have to make sure that they fight toe to toe against India.
India on the other hand need not do anything fancy. They just need to play the way they normally do. They have a fine team and will be looking to just play like that. They are really in hot form and we know it. (Kabaddi World Cup 2016 India vs England Preview)
This is of course India’s last league game and they will be looking to set the tempo from the word go. They are just about peaking and should enjoy the outing tonight. (India vs England Live Streaming)
We have to say a special word for Anup Kumar. He has been brilliant. He is not just a fine player but also a fine leader. He has superbly galvanised the team after the first game and will be looking for more good shows from Team India in this tournament.
England are really going to get rich for the experience. They have played the sort of kabaddi that they should not be highly disappointed with. They need to just focus on the basics as far as this game is concerned. So let us all get ready for the start.
India: Anup Kumar (captain), Ajay Thakur, Deepak Niwas Hooda, Dharmaraj Cheralathan, Jasvir Singh, Mohit chillar, Manjeet Chhillar, Pardeep Narwal, Sandeep Narwal, Surendra Nada, Rahul Chaudhari, Surjeet, Nitin Tomar, Kiran Parmar.
England: Someshwar Kalia (captain), Akash Sood, Keshav Gupta, Jay Depala, Joshua Enson, Mason Dhani -Ali, Meredydd Rix, Nikesh Farmah, Pavan Davies, Philip Mottram, Tejash Depala, Yuvraj Pandeya, Milan Nayee, Temi Adewalure.