Kabaddi World Cup 2016 kicked off on October 7, 2016 with the first fixture seeing two-time defending champions India facing South Korea in their home domain with the crowd right behind the team in full vigour and noise and at a newly built swanky stadia in Ahmedabad. But with everything going India’s way, the team slumped to a shocking defeat and put themselves on the backburner from the get go. Since then, India have clawed their way back and won their next three contests – most recently against Bangladesh by 57-20.
Action on Wednesday at the Kabaddi World Cup sees Poland take on Japan first at 8PM and then Australia take on Argentina. Poland are winless so far in their Pool B encounters have lost both their two matches. However, Japan have played one and won that contest.
In the other Pool A game, Australia stand bottom of the pile having lost both their matches and they face an equally beleaguered Argentina who have one loss in their solitary fixture so far.