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Top 10 Richest Athletes in the World

  1. Matt Ryan $43.8 million, American football

Matt Ryan

Matt Ryan

 Third from a sibling of four, this six foot four inch quarter back has always played a dominant role in every game he has played.

The 29 year old was signed by Atlanta falcons for a whopping $103.75 million for a contract term of 5 years. He is currently the highest paid football player with about $1.8 million of his annual income coming in from endorsements

 

  1. Rafael Nadal $44.5 million, Tennis

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal

 Known as the king of clay, this spaniard is best known for his aggressive style and powerful shots which has earned him 14 grandslam singles titles.

Rafael earns over $30 million from endorsements alone. Some of the brands he’s benn associated with are Nike, Kia Motors, Lanvin and many more.

Nadal had even replaced Cristiano Ronaldo to represent Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani jeans for the 2011 spring/summer collection.

 

8. Phil Mickelson $53.2 million, Golf

Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson

At age 44 Phil is no where near stopping when it comes to the game he was born to play.

Ever since he turned professional in 1992, he has won 32 PGA tour tites and 5 major championships.

However most of his income comes from his advertising side which contributes upto $48 million. He has been sgned by big names like Rolex, KPMG, ExxonMobil, Barclays, Ford just to name a few.

 

  1. Roger Federer $56.2 million, Tennis

 

Roger Federer

Roger Federer

If there is one man who has taken the world of tennis by storm then its got to be non other than the Swiss number one, Rodger Federer.

Roger Federer has by far the most numbers of Grandslam singles titles (17). He has been complimented by many experts for his speed and accurate style of play.

Roger earns $52 million from his endorsements. Some of the big companies he has signed his name with are Rolex, Nike, Gillete, Mercedes Benz.

He is currently the highest paid tennis player in the world.

 6. Tiger Woods $61.5 million, Golf

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

Arguably the best golfer in the world, this 39 year old has almost always emerged victorious in every competition he has ever played

Turning pro at 1996 and going on  to win his first ever major title just a year later, there was no stopping Tiger ever since. He has 79 PGA tours wins and 14 Major championship titles to his name.

Tiger woods had stood as the most highest paid sportsman for several years that is untill EA sports had cut its ties with the golf superstar from where most part of his earnigs were contributed. However long time partners like Nike and a few other major companies are still sticking with Tiger. Tiger earns around $55 Million from his endorsements alone.

5. Kobe Bryant $61.5 Million, Basketball

 

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant

 

Kobe Bryant is undoubtedly one of the current best Basketball player in the world. Bryant has 5 major season championships with the lakers. He also has the second highest individual points in a game to his credit at 81.

Kobe who stands 6.6 foot tall earns $31 Million from advertising big brands like Coca coal,Turkish airlines, Nubeo watches and appearing for video game promotions like Guitar Hero World Tour and Call of Duty Black Ops.

 

  1. Lionel Messi $64.7 Million, Football

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi

  Standing at just 5.6″ his skills and speed have replaced what he lacks in height as this argentine proves time and time again that if you have a passion size doesn’t really matter.

The Barcelona winger was signed by the club when he was just aged 11. He made his entry to the main squad on 16 October 2004  at the age of 17  under Frank Rijkaard’s managing era. Messi is the winner of four Ballon d’Or titles (World Player Of The Year) and has won 6 la liga, 3 Champion’s league and 2 Copa del Rey with his spanish Club.

Messi earns $23 Million from endorsements. He has been signed by several companies like Turkish airlines with Kobe Bryant, Gillete with Roger Federer, Adidas and Samsung.

He was also featured as the main star cover for the FIFA 13 and FIFA 14 video game .

 

  1. Lebron James $72.3 Million, Basketball

Lebron James

Lebron James

  At Six foot eight inches tall and 250 pounds, sports critics believe Lebron James could be the best physically gifted player in the world of sports.

James was Selected by the Cavaliers in the 2003 NBA Draft, where in his debut game he scored 25 points the highest ever set by a debutant.

James has won 2 Major Championships with Miami Heat and has earned 4 MVP,11 NBA All Star, 2 MVP All Star, 10 All NBA and 3 Olympic Gold Medal achievements to his name.

Often refered to as King James, Lebron also has been signed by big companies like Samsung, Mc Donalds, Coca-Cola, Audemars Piguet, Nike and State Farm. Compared to other Basketball players, Lebron James has been by far the most marketable player with an astounding $53 Million coming in from his endorsements alone.

 

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo $80 Million, Football

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

 Cristiano Ronaldo is always big money when it comes to him being on or off the field. This portuguese superstar has always stolen the limelight in every match that he has played. His quick movement and beautiful finishes are some of his traits not forgetting his ability to score countless goals.

In 2009 Cristiano Ronaldo became the most expensive player in the world when he joined Spanish giants Real Madrid for a record breaking £94 Million that comes to about $143 Million.

He has won 3 League titles with Manchester United, one La Liga title with Real madrid and a combined 2 Champions league title with both the clubs.

On Individual terms he has won the 2013 and 2014 FIFA Ballon d’Or award, a 2008 FIFA Player of the year and a 2008 FIFPro World Player of the year award.

Ronaldo is associated with many huge Brands. Some of them are Coca-cola, Castrol, Konami, Motorolla, KFC, Tag Heuer, Fly Emirates and Samsung.

He earns a total of $28 Million from his endorsements and $52 Million from his annual salary, making him the highest paid footballer in the world.

 

  1. Floyd Mayweather Jr. $105 Million, Boxing

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

 Undefeated and Undisputed this power punching champion is currently ruling the world of featherweight boxing

Born in a family of boxers, Floyd’s father Floyd Mayweather Sr. Himself was a professional boxer who had once fought boxing legend Sugar Ray leonard.

Unlike many, Mayweather, Jr. had a tough upbringing as he spent his childhood between people addicted to drugs and other crimes

Mayweather began training at a very early age his ameteur record stands at an impressive   84-6.

On 11 October 1996 Mayweather fought his first ever professional bout which he won by Knock out in round 2.

Mayweather currently is undefeated with a record of 47-0 and also is a Five Division World Champion and a 10 time World Champion.

The most impressive part is his earnings as all of Mayweathers income comes from his fights only, unlike the rest of the athletes on this list who rely on endorsements.

 

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Football News: Lionel Messi banned for three months from International Football; Let’s Know Why?

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Ace Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi has been handed over a ban of three months by the chiefs of the South American Soccer Organisation CONMEBOL during the ongoing Copa America League. Apart from the ban, Messi has also been penalized for a fine $50,000.

This ban is imposed on him because he is accused of corruption charges during the Copa America 2019 only. This came after his comments post the match against Chile in which Argentina emerged as the winners by 2-1 in the month of July during the third place match of the League.

Till now, no official statement or any sort of comments have come up neither from the Argentina Football Team nor Messi himself. But both the parties still have a chance of raising their voices against this decision as a window is still open for this.

This ban will stop the striker from playing four friendlies in the upcoming time which include two encounters in September and the other two in October. Argentina is lined up to play against Chile and Mexico which will be followed by Germany and one another clash in the following month.

If the ban does not get lifted, it will be a huge loss for Argentina as Messi is not only just their captain but also one of their best players as well and his presence in the side play a very crucial role.

All this got started after Messi spoke against the officials and went a step further to say that the officials are biased towards Brasil. He got booked for this statement and it would be interesting to see how this matter is further taken by him and his national team.

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World Test Championship 2019 -21: All You Need to Know

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World Test Championship 2019 -21

The ICC has finally announced the official commencement of the World Test Championship 2019-21 which has been something which every cricket fan was wishing for from a very long time. The matches for this multi-nation mega tournament has already began on August 1, 2019 with the first test match of The Ashes that is taking place at Edgbaston.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has tried to simplify the rules and regulations of the tournament as much as they could be but there could be still a sense of confusion in the minds of people. So, let’s clarify and try to answer all doubts and questions that are there in our cricket fans.

What exactly is the World Test Championship 2019-21?

We come across various multi-nation T20I and ODI tournaments that are played regularly after a particular period of time but nothing of that sort existed for Test cricket till date. This tournament is just there to fill-in the Gap and find the best five-day playing nation in the world

What is the necessity of having this Championship?

Test Cricket is believed to be the purest form of the game where it gets to know the real skills and technique of the players by testing them for a long five-day period. But there is a trend that was being inculcated that majorly all the home teams were winning the series and the visiting sides were getting sidelined.

So, in order to remove that fashion from test matches and bring in a sense of more contest amongst the teams, it has been launched. It will also help in bringing the long lost interest of the cricket fans back to the longest format.

How many teams are participating in this WTC?

A total of nine top test playing nations will be taking part in the World Test Championship 2019-21. These nine teams include India, England, Australia, Pakistan, South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, West Indies and Bangladesh. The other three test playing nations that include Zimbabwe, Ireland and Afghanistan will not be taking part in the inaugural season of WTC.

How will the matches be played at this Championship?

Each participating team will get to play a total of six series out which three of them will be played at home and three will be the away series. Each series will consist of 120 points and the division of the points is as given below:

What will be the schedule of India at this WTC?

India will begin their campaign for the World Test Championship on August 22 with the first Test match against the West Indies. Here is the full schedule of the Indian Team that will take place in the WTC:

West Indies vs India: August – September 2019 (Away, 2 Tests)

India vs South Africa: October 2019 (Home, 3 Tests)

India vs Bangladesh: November 2019 (Home, 2 Tests)

New Zealand vs India: February-March 2020 (Away, 2 Tests)

Australia vs India: November 2020-January 2021 (Away, 4 Tests)

India vs England: January – March 2021 (Home, 5 Tests)

How will the winner of the World Test Championship be decided?

The top two teams at the end of all the series will play the final match in June 2021. The tentative venue for the ultimate match is decided to be the Lord’s Cricket Ground, England for now but it is yet to be finalized.

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2019 Global T20 Canada: Full Schedule, Squads, Match Timings and Broadcasting Details

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2019 Global T20 Canada

The 2019 edition of the Global T20 League Canada is currently taking place at the CAA Centre, Brampton, Ontario which is a 20-over cricket tournament. This is the second second season of this Canadian League that will be taking place this year and is played at an even larger scale than last year.

A total of 22 matches will be played in the entire league out which 15 will be the league matches and the remaining will be a part of the playoffs. This time a new franchise called the Brampton Wolves will be participating in place of the Cricket West Indies B Team that took part in the previous edition.

Vancouver Knights under the captaincy of Chris Gayle will start as the defending champions this season. The final match of the 2019 edition of this league will be played on August 11 where the winner will be decided.

Here is all the necessary information about the 2019 edition of the Global T20 League Canada that you need to know:

Full Schedule

July 25, Thursday (22:00 IST): Toronto Nationals vs Vancouver Knights

July 27, Saturday (02:00 IST): Montreal Tigers vs Winnipeg Hawks

July 27, Saturday (22:00 IST): Toronto National vs Edmonton Royals

July 28, Sunday (02:00 IST): Montreal Tigers vs Brampton Wolves

July 28, Sunday (22:00 IST): Vancouver Knights vs Winnipeg Hawks

July 29, Monday (02:00 IST): Edmonton Royals vs Brampton Wolves

July 29, Monday (22:00 IST): Toronto Nationals vs Winnipeg Hawks

July 30, Tuesday (02:00 IST): Montreal Tigers vs Vancouver Knights

July 31, Wednesday (22:00 IST): Montreal Tigers vs Edmonton Royals

August 1, Thursday (22:00 IST): Winnipeg Hawks vs Brampton Wolves

August 2, Friday (22:00 IST): Vancouver Knights vs Edmonton Royals

August 3, Saturday(22:00 IST): Toronto Nationals vs Brampton Wolves

August 4, Sunday (02:00 IST): Winnipeg Hawks vs Edmonton Royals

August 4, Sunday (22:00 IST): Vancouver Knights vs Brampton Wolves

August 5, Monday (02:00 IST): Toronto Nationals vs Montreal Tigers

August 6, Tuesday (22:00 IST): 1st Place vs 6th Place

August 7, Wednesday (02:00 IST): 2nd Place vs 5th Place

August 7, Wednesday (22:00 IST): 3rd Place vs 4th Place

August 8, Thursday (22:00 IST): 1st Place vs 2nd Place (Qualifier 1)

August 9, Friday (02:00 IST): 3rd Place vs 4th Place (Eliminator)

August 10, Saturday (23:30 IST): Loser of Qualifier 1 vs Winner of Eliminator (Qualifier 2)

August 11, Sunday (23:30 IST): Finals

Full Squads

Before jumping to the squads of all the six teams, here are the rules that must be followed by each of the franchise before forming the teams:

  • Should have a total of 17 members.

  • Should have a maximum of 7 players from the ICC full member nations (including the three pre-assigned marquee players)

  • Should have 5 players from ICC Associate member nations (including one player from ICC Americas)

  • Should have 5 Canadian national players (3 players from Canada A and 2 players from Canada B)

Vancouver Knights 2019: Chris Gayle, Shoaib Malik, Andre Russell, Ali Khan, Chadwick Walton, Daniel Sams, Harsh Thaker, Hayden Walsh Jr, JJ Smit, Matthew Nandu, Michael Rippon, Rassie van der Dussen, Rayaan Pathan, Rizwan Cheema, Saad Zafar, Tim Southee and Tobias Visee

Toronto Nationals 2019: Yuvraj Singh, Brendon McCullum, Kieron Pollard, Callum MacLeod, Chirag Suri, Chris Green, Ghulam Shabbir, Heinrick Klaasen, Jasdeep Singh, Jeremy Gordon, Manpreet Gony, Mark Montford, Ravinderpal Singh, Rodrigo Thomas, Salman Nazar, Sandeep Lamichhane and Trent Boult

Winnipeg Hawks 2019: Chris Lynn, Dwayne Bravo, Dwayne Smith, Hamza Tariq,JP Duminy, Kaleem Sana-ur-Rehim, Najibullah Zadran, Paul van Meekeren, Rameez Shahzad, Rayad Emrit, Romesh Eranga, Shaiman Anwar, Sompal Kami, Sunny Sohal, Umair Ghani, Umar Akmal and Varun Sehdev

Montreal Tigers 2019: Thisara Perera, Sunil Narine, Arslan Khan, Bhupinder Singh, Dillon Heylinger, Fawad Ahmad, George Bailey, Isuru Udana, Keemo Paul, Kyle Coetzer, Matthew Cross, Muhammed Naveed, Nikhil Dutta, Niroshan Dickwella, Nizakat Khan, Steven Taylor and Yax Patel

Brampton Wolves 2019: Shakib Al Hasan, Colin Munro, Abrash Khan, Andre Fletcher, Armaan Kapoor, Babar Hayat, Darren Sammy, Faisal Jamkhandi, George Munsey, Lendl Simmons, Nawab Singh, Nitish Kumar, Rohan Mustafa, Shahid Afridi, Timil Patel, Wahab Riaz and Zahoor Khan

Edmonton Royals 2019: Kane Williamson, Faf du Plessis, Akash Gill, Anshuman Rath, Ben Cutting, Davy Jacobs, Ehsan Nawaz, James Neesham, Kyle Fitzroy Phill, Muhammad Nawaz, Navneet Dhaliwal, Richie Berrington, Safyaan Sharif, Satsimranjit Dhinsa, Shadab Khan, Shahzad Ahmadzai and Sherfane Rutherford

Broadcasting Details

  • Australia: Free Sports

  • Canada: CBN

  • India: Star Network (Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD and Hotstar)

  • Australia: Fox Sports

  • Pakistan: Geo Sports

  • Middle East: Orbit Showtime Network

  • Bangladesh: Gazi TV

  • Caribbean: Sportsmax

  • USA: Hotstar

MENA: OSN Sports Cricket HD

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La Liga History: Top 5 Greatest Players

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La Liga History: Top 5 Greatest Players

The La Liga is definitely one of the best football leagues all around the world at the moment where the quality of the game that is being offered is absolutely phenomenal. Over the years as well, this league has been able to produce some great performances from both players as well as teams.

This league has witnessed some of the all-time great players participating in it. This thing is still carried by players like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo taking part with their respective clubs which makes it one of the most watched sporting leagues all over the world.

Here are five possible greatest players to play in this league who are selected on the basis of their La Liga numbers only and the kind of impact that they had on their clubs while playing.

La Liga Top 5 Greatest Players

#5 Andres Iniesta

One of the smartest footballers in the history of the game is Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta and features in this list at number five. Iniesta has so far won eight La Liga titles and 29 overall trophies.

He is one of the best Spanish players as well as he creates a great contact with his teammates while on the field which plays a crucial role in setting up the stage for the striker to score the goal.

#4 Xavi Hernandez

Another player from Barcelona features in this list and it’s their another all-time great midfielder Xavi Hernandez. He is also one of the greatest midfielders in the history of La Liga and hence, appears in this list at four.

So far, Xavi has won eight La Liga titles and besides that, he has almost all possible club titles to his name that a football team can achieve. Also, it’s quite astonishing to believe that Xavi made around 180 successful assistances with Barcelona FC.

#3 Cristiano Ronaldo

It’s quite hard to believe that Ronaldo won just a single La Liga title in his entire career so far. This doesn’t do justice at all to the second highest goal scorer in the history of La Liga.

The Portuguese star made 252 appearances for La Liga in which he managed to net the ball for 274 times which makes him the only player to have a goal scoring ratio of more than 1 amongst the players with a minimum of 100 goals.

#2 Lionel Messi

The Barcelona players continue to rule this list as this time it’s one of the greatest players football has ever produced, Lionel Messi. With already 28 trophies in his cabinet, Messi is undoubtedly one of the best players of this generation.

The Argentinian is also the highest goal scorers of La Liga and has also won the award for Best Player for a staggering six times. He also has eight La Liga titles alongside Iniesta and Xavi.

#1 Francisco Gento

Francisco Gento is one of the fastest players in the history of football and it was almost a treat to watch him play on the field with the ball. He kept everyone awestruck on the field and is truly a legend of the game.

Gento has a staggering 12 titles to his name and not just that, he also captained Real Madrid to nine La Liga titles which definitely makes him the greatest La Liga players of all-time.

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Pro Kabaddi League 2019: Full Schedule, Squads Match Timings and Broa-dcasting Details

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The seventh edition of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League is right now happening in India which is league of Kabaddi based on a similar franchise like model as the Indian Premier League. A total of 12 teams will be participating in this year’s edition and Bengaluru Bulls will begin their campaign as the defending champions.

Here is all the necessary information about the 2019 edition of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League that you need to know:

Pro Kabaddi League 2019

Full Schedule

20th July 2019: Telugu Titans vs U Mumba and Bengaluru Bulls vs Patna Pirates

21st July 2019: Bengaluru Bulls vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Telugu Titans vs Tamil Thalaivas

22nd July 2019: U Mumba vs Jaipur Pink Panthers and Puneri Paltan vs Haryana Steelers

24th July 2019: UP Yoddha vs Bengal Warriors and Telugu Titans vs Dabang Delhi K.C.

25th July 2019: Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Tamil Thalaivas

26th July 2019: UP Yoddha vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Telugu Titans vs Patna Pirates

27th July 2019: U Mumba vs Puneri Paltan and Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Bengal Warriors

28th July 2019: Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Haryana Steelers and U Mumba vs Bengaluru Bulls

29th July 2019: Tamil Thalaivas vs Patna Pirates and Bengal Warriors vs Puneri Paltan

31st July 2019: Haryana Steelers vs Jaipur Pink Panthers and U Mumba vs UP Yoddha

1st August 2019: Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Dabang Delhi K.C.

2nd August 2019: Telugu Titans vs UP Yoddha and U Mumba vs Gujarat Fortune Giants

3rd August 2019: Patna Pirates vs Jaipur Pink Panthers and Bengal Warriors vs Bengaluru Bulls

4th August 2019: Haryana Steelers vs Tamil Thalaivas and Patna Pirates vs Puneri Paltan

5th August 2019: Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Jaipur Pink Panthers and Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Puneri Paltan

7th August 2019: UP Yoddha vs Tamil Thalaivas and Patna Pirates vs Haryana Steelers

8th August 2019: Telugu Titans vs Bengaluru Bulls

9th August 2019: Bengal Warriors vs U Mumba and Patna Pirates vs UP Yoddha

10th August 2019: Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Tamil Thalaivas and Puneri Paltan vs Dabang Delhi K.C.

11th August 2019: Bengaluru Bulls vs Haryana Steelers and Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Telugu Titans

12th August 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Telugu Titans and UP Yoddha vs Bengaluru Bulls

14th August 2019: UP Yoddha vs Haryana Steelers and Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Bengal Warriors

15th August 2019: Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Puneri Paltan

16th August 2019: U Mumba vs Patna Pirates and Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

17th August 2019: Tamil Thalaivas vs Bengaluru Bulls and Bengal Warriors vs Dabang Delhi K.C.

18th August 2019: Haryana Steelers vs Telugu Titans and Tamil Thalaivas vs Puneri Paltan

19th August 2019: U Mumba vs Haryana Steelers and UP Yoddha vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

21st August 2019: Puneri Paltan vs Bengaluru Bulls and Tamil Thalaivas vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

22nd August 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Patna Pirates

23rd August 2019: Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Patna Pirates and Tamil Thalaivas vs U Mumba

31st August 2019: Bengaluru Bulls vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and U Mumba vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

1st September 2019: UP Yoddha vs Bengal Warriors and Bengaluru Bulls vs Tamil Thalaivas

2nd September 2019: Puneri Paltan vs Haryana Steelers and Telugu Titans vs Tamil Thalaivas

4th September 2019: Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Dabang Delhi K.C. and Bengaluru Bulls vs Patna Pirates

5th September 2019: Puneri Paltan vs U Mumba

6th September 2019: Patna Pirates vs UP Yoddha and Bengaluru Bulls vs Telugu Titans

7th September 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Haryana Steelers

8th September 2019: Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Tamil Thalaivas and Bengal Warriors vs Puneri Paltan

9th September 2019: UP Yoddha vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Tamil Thalaivas vs Patna Pirates

11th September 2019: Haryana Steelers vs Jaipur Pink Panthers and Bengal Warriors vs U Mumba

12th September 2019: Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Patna Pirates

13th September 2019: Telugu Titans vs U Mumba and Bengal Warriors vs Bengaluru Bulls

14th September 2019: Puneri Paltan vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Tamil Thalaivas vs Haryana Steelers

15th September 2019: Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Puneri Paltan vs Patna Pirates

16th September 2019: Jaipur Pink Panthers vs UP Yoddha and Telugu Titans vs Dabang Delhi K.C.

18th September 2019: U Mumba vs UP Yoddha and Puneri Paltan vs Tamil Thalaivas

19th September 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Haryana Steelers

20th September 2019: Telugu Titans vs Patna Pirates and Puneri Paltan vs Bengaluru Bulls

21st September 2019: Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and UP Yoddha vs Tamil Thalaivas

22nd September 2019: U Mumba vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Bengal Warriors

23rd September 2019: Patna Pirates vs Haryana Steelers and Dabang Delhi K.C. vs Bengaluru Bulls

25th September 2019: Telugu Titans vs Bengal Warriors and Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Puneri Paltan

26th September 2019: Patna Pirates vs Dabang Delhi K.C.

27th September 2019: U Mumba vs Bengaluru Bulls and Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Telugu Titans

28th September 2019: Haryana Steelers vs UP Yoddha and Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Tamil Thalaivas

29th September 2019: Puneri Paltan vs Dabang Delhi K.C. and Haryana Steelers vs Gujarat Fortune Giants

30th September 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Dabang Delhi K.C. and Tamil Thalaivas vs U Mumba

2nd October 2019: U Mumba vs Patna Pirates and Haryana Steelers vs Bengaluru Bulls

3rd October 2019: Telugu Titans vs Puneri Paltan

4th October 2019: Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Bengaluru Bulls and Haryana Steelers vs Telugu Titans

5th October 2019: UP Yoddha vs Dabang Delhi K.C. and Gujarat Fortune Giants vs Patna Pirates

6th October 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Patna Pirates and UP Yoddha vs Puneri Paltan

7th October 2019: Telugu Titans vs Gujarat Fortune Giants and Tamil Thalaivas vs Jaipur Pink Panthers

9th October 2019: Bengal Warriors vs Tamil Thalaivas and UP Yoddha vs Telugu Titans

10th October 2019: U Mumba vs Haryana Steelers

11th October 2019: Dabang Delhi K.C. vs U Mumba and UP Yoddha vs Bengaluru Bulls

14th October 2019: 3rd Ranked Team vs 6th Ranked Team (Eliminator 1) and 4th Ranked Team vs 5th Ranked Team (Eliminator 2)

16th October 2019: 1st Ranked Team vs Winner of Eliminator 1 (Semi-Final 1) and 2nd Ranked Team vs Winner of Eliminator 2 (Semi-Final 2)

19th October 2019: Winner of Semi-Final 1 vs Winner of Semi-Final 2 (Final)

Match Timings

All the matches of the Pro Kabaddi 2019 matches will start at 19:30 IST. On the days of double headers, the first match will take place at 19:30 IST which will be followed by the second match from 20:30 IST onwards.

Where to Watch

All the matches of the league will be broadcasted live on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 HD. For watching it online, you can stream it live on Hotstar.

Full Squads

Dabang Delhi KC 2019: Meraj Sheykh, Joginder Narwal, Chandran Ranjit, Ravinder Pahal, Vijay Malik, Vishal Mane, Anil Kumar, Saeid Ghaffari, Sombir, Pratik, Neeraj Narwal and Satywan

Gujarat Fortunegiants 2019: Sachin Tanwar, Sunil Kumar, Lalit Chaudhary, Rohit Gulia, Parvesh Bhainswal, Rituraj Koravi, Vinod Kumar, GB More, Amit Kharb, Abolfazl Maghsoudloumahali, Mohammad Shazid Hossain, Pankaj, Gurvinder Singh, Sonu, Abhishek and Sonu Gahlawat

Haryana Steelers 2019: Kuldeep Singh, Vikash Khandola, Vinay, Prashanth Kumar Rai, Dharmaraj Cheralathan, Vikas Kale, Naveen, Ravi Kumar, K Selvamani, Amir Mohammad Maleki, Tim Phonchoo, Vikram Khandola and Subhash Narwal

Jaipur Pink Panthers 2019: Deepak Niwas Hooda, Sandeep Kumar Dhull, Ajinkya Pawar, Lokesh Kaushik, Pavan TR, Sachin Narwal, Sushil, Amit Hooda, Deepak Narwal, Nilesh, Vishal, Sunil Siddhgawali, Dong Gyu Kim, Malinda and Karamvir

Patna Pirates 2019: Pardeep Narwal, Vikas Jaglan, Jawahar Dagar, Mohit, Surender Nada, Neeraj Kumar, Jang Kun Lee, Mohammad Maghsoudlou, Jaideep, Hadi Oshtorak, Ravinder, Ashish and Mahendra Choudhary

Puneri Paltan 2019: Nitin Tomar, Manjeet, Surjeet Singh, Girish Maruti Ernak, Darshan Kadian, Pawan Kumar Kadian, Satpal, Amit Kumar, Emad Sedaghat, Jadhav, Hadi, Deepak Yadav and Sagar B Krishna

Tamil Thalaivas 2019: Ajay Thakur, Manjeet Chhillar, Victor Onyango Obiero, Himanshu, M. Abhishek, Rahul Chaudhari, Ran Singh, Mohit Chhillar, Ajeet, Milad Sheibak, Shabeer Bapu, Yashwant Bishnoi and Vineet Sharma

Telugu Titans 2019: Armaan, Farhad Rahimi Milaghardan, Krushna Madane, Manish, Akash Choudhary, Siddharth Desai, Abozar Mighani, Vishal, Duet Jennings, Amit Kumar, C Arun, Suraj Desai, Suraj Kumar, Sombir, Mula Siva Ganesh Reddy and Rakesh Gowda

U Mumba 2019: Fazel Atrachali, Rajaguru Subramanian, Arjun Deshwal, Anil, Gaurav Kumar, Mohit Balyan, Surender Singh, Sandeep Narwal, Rohit Baliyan, Dong Geon Lee, Athul MS, Ajinkya Rohidas Kapre, Young Chang Ko, Abhishek Singh, Vinoth Kumar, Harsh Vardhan and Harendra Kumar

Bengal Warriors 2019: Baldev Singh, Maninder Singh, Adarsh, Ravindra Kumawat, Sahil, Mohammad Nabibakhsh, K Prapanjan, Jeeva Kumar, Rinku Narwal, Sukesh Hedgde, Amit Kumar, Rakesh Narwal, Mohammad Taghi, Amir, AR Avinash, Vijin Thangadurai, Bhuvneshwar, Viraj Vishnu Landge and Dharmendra Singh

Bengaluru Bulls 2019: Rohit Kumar, Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, Ashish Kumar, Amit Sheoran, Sumit Singh, Mohit Sehrawat, Banty, Mahender Singh, Vijay Kumar, Sanjay, Lal Mohar Yadav, Sandeep, Raju Lal Choudhary, Vinod Kumar and Aman

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