Kabaddi World Cup 2016: India vs Australia Prediction & Preview

Kabaddi World cup 2016 kick started yesterday with India vs South Korea 1st match Where Indian team lost their first game against Korea. Whereas, Korea team first time in the Kabaddi World Cup history beat down the Indian team. Now India team is all set to take on Australia team in their second league match. Whereas, Men in Blue will look to win this match to forget last loss. Here we give our prediction for India vs Australia kabaddi world cup 2016 5th match.

However, India vs Australia match will kick start at The Arena by TransStadia in Gujarat on 8th October 2016. This match will begin from 21:00 hrs IST. Star Sports Network is the official broadcasting partners of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup. Now let’s check Kabaddi World Cup 2016 match 5th, India vs Australia Prediction who will win & Preview.

India vs Australia Prediction

India vs Australia Prediction

Indian team is the top favorite team for this year’s world cup also. India won the previous all kabaddi world cup. However, Indian team may lose their 1st game but Indian team has star players at their side. Pro Kabaddi league helped all the Indian players to improve their game. When you look at the Indian team squad they absolutely look great on the paper. But they have to win this next league match.

Whereas  Australia is going to play their first game in this year World cup they will under pressure too because they are going to face defending champions in the first match. On other hands, India will likely be looking for their first win this tournament. But the comparatively Indian team is a better team than Australia and they are playing at home so it will be beneficial for them to win this match. So hence India vs Australia kabaddi world cup match India Will Win.

Match Details

Match: India vs Australia Kabaddi World Cup
Date: 8th October 2016
Venue: The Arena by TransStadia in Gujarat
Time: 21:00 hrs IST



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