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Ahmedabad to host knockout stage of PKL 7

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New Delhi | Tuesday, 2019 11:15:05 PM IST
Mashal Sports Pvt. Ltd, the organizers of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), on Tuesday announced Ahmedabad as the venue for the playoffs and the final for this year scheduled to take place between October 14 and 19.

EKA Arena by TransStadia will host the two eliminators, semi-finals and the Grand finale. With every team having played their opponents once, the competition hereon gets tougher, making way to the playoffs. The teams at the bottom will fight their way to the top 6 to make it to the playoffs as every match will be a turning point for these teams.

The PKL season 7 caravan will now head to Pune with matches from September 14 followed by Jaipur where matches begin on September 21. The last two places are Panchkula and Greater Noida, leading to the nail-biting playoffs from October 14 onward.

--IANS kk/bg

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2019-09-10-17:12:05 (IANS)

 
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