Sachin Tanwar will lead the Patna Pirates in their home leg matches, replacing Neeraj, who has been sidelined due to injury. Manjeet will be the vice-captain of the team.

Patna Pirates

Patna (Bihar) [India], January 25 (ANI). Patna Pirates, three-time Pro Kabaddi League champions, will play 10 home fixtures from January 26th to January 31st, 2024, at Patliputra Sports Complex in Patna.

The team is fully prepared for the home leg and is looking forward to performing well in front of their home fans. Pirates, known for playing highly competitive kabaddi, will excite fans with the inspirational new shout slogan “Garda Uda Denge Phirse.” The team’s composition is balanced between young and veteran players.

The champions will begin their campaign against the Bengal Warriors on January 26 at Patna’s historic Pataliputra Sports Complex, followed by matches against Puneri Paltan on January 27, Gujarat Giants on January 29, and Bengaluru Bulls on January 31. Each of these contests is likely to be exciting.

Sachin Tanwar will lead the Patna Pirates in their home leg matches, replacing Neeraj, who has been excluded due to injury. Manjeet will be the team’s vice-captain.

Led by Pirates captain Sachin Tanwar, the squad will include Manjeet, Sudhakar, Sandeep Kumar, Ranjit Naik, and Zheng-Wei-Chen in the batting department, as well as Ankit, Babu M, Daniel Odhiambo, and Rohit as all-rounders and Manish, Naveen Sharma, Thiyagrajan Yuvaraj, Abhinand, and Deepak Kumar as defenders. Sandeep Kumar is the first player from Bihar who play with the Patna Pirates in the Pro Kabaddi League. Narender Kumar Redhu is the team’s coach, with Anil Chaprana serving as his deputy.

According to ANI, Pawan S. Rana, CEO of Patna Pirates, stated, “In India, the Kabaddi League has gradually improved with each season. Teams are now playing highly competitive kabaddi, making it difficult to predict the winner. I believe it is a positive development for Kabaddi, as we now have superior players. It is undoubtedly beneficial to fans and supporters because they will be able to see high-pressure matches. Pirates, which is known for cultivating kabaddi talent at the grassroots level, has expanded its reach to young individuals who aspire to pursue a career in kabaddi. It also helps us to provide a sense of surprise to the game we play each season. I think the Season 10 matches in Patna will be unforgettable for fans.”

Highlighting Patna Pirates’ home league matches in Season 10, Narender Kumar Redhu, Head Coach of Patna Pirates, stated, “The team is thrilled to play its home leg matches after a gap of nearly 4 years. I encourage fans to come out in huge numbers to support and cheer on their favorite Kabaddi players,” as reported by ANI.