Indian sports fans have been starved for action in 2020 and the first half of 2021 due to the global pandemic. The good news for Kabaddi fans in India is that the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) is set to kick off its eighth season in July 2021. Pro Kabaddi betting is extremely popular in the country.

Kabaddi continues to be a very popular sport all over India and millions of Kabaddi fans will be keeping a close eye on the 2021 PKL and be eager to engage in Kabaddi betting during the next few months.

While Kabaddi betting cannot be compared with cricket betting or football betting in India, there is still a strong demographic of Kabaddi fans who are keen on betting on all PKL games involving their favorite team.

Pro Kabaddi Betting Tips

Here are a few of the tips that you must follow before you place your bets:

  • If you are going to bet on an outright winner, we would put our money on three-time champs Patna Pirates, former champs Bengaluru Bulls, and Tamil Thalivas who have that X factor to surprise teams.
  • If you are looking to bet on each leg of the PKL, we suggest you wait till 24 hours before the game takes place, so you can have real-time info on player injuries, team line-up, and current form.
  • Keep checking our site as we will give you coverage on Pro Kabaddi betting odds for each leg and our experts will share their predictions.
  • Sign-up at any of our recommended Kabaddi betting sites for a safe and secure betting experience.
  • Don’t bet more than you can afford.

Best Pro Kabaddi betting Sites

Multiple sportsbooks are offering Kabaddi betting tips to help punters understand pro Kabaddi betting odds and get their Kabaddi predictions correct.

If you are looking for a reliable Pro Kabaddi betting app or platform, we have it covered for you. You will be able to register at the Kabaddi betting sites in a matter of minutes, make deposits and withdrawals easily and see the odds on all 2021 PKL games. It will only take you a few minutes to register a new account, make a deposit and start betting on Kabaddi games right away.

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When will the 2021 Pro Kabaddi League start?

Given the ongoing pandemic in India and the numerous lockdowns, even hardcore Kabaddi fans are not sure if the PKL will take place in 2021. A lot of Kabaddi fans have no idea as to when the 2021 PKL will start and there is a lot of confusion over the dates. However, experts are saying that PKL 8 will be held in July 2021.

2021 Pro Kabaddi League Format

The 2021 PKL will feature a total of 12 teams and have 132 matches in the league format. During the league stage, each PKL franchise will play the other team twice and a point system will be used to determine the ranking of each team. The top 6 teams on the points table will then progress to a pro-level KO tournament and the top two teams will directly make it to the semi-finals.

The remaining four teams will go through an Eliminator 1 and Eliminator 2 format and the winners will make it to the semi-finals. The winners from the semi-final will battle it out in the grand finale to see who will win the 2021 PKL Championship.

2021 Pro Kabaddi League Teams

The twelve teams taking part in the 2021 PKL edition are listed below. The most successful team in the PKL so far has been the Patna Pirates having won three titles and the defending champs are the Bengal Warriors. Both these teams are among the favorites to win the 2021 PKL Championship. Some of the other teams to keep an eye out for this season include the Bengaluru Bulls and the Tamil Thalivas.

Bengal Warriors

Stadium: Netaji Indoor Stadium

Head Coach: BC RameshBengal Warriors logo

Captain: Maninder Singh

Winners: 1 time (2019)

Squad: Maninder Singh (C), K. Prapanjan, Sukesh Hegde, Mohammad Taghi, Rakesh Narwal, Ravindra Ramesh Kumawat, Naveen Narwal, Rinku Narwal, Baldev Singh, Jeeva Kumar, Viraj Vishnu Landge, Adarsh T, Dharmendra Singh, Amit, Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh, Sunil Manik Dubile, Sourabh Patil, Mayur Shivtarkar, Avinash A, Amir Dhumal

Bengaluru Bulls

Stadium: Kanteerava Indoor Stadium

Head Coach: Randhir SinghBengaluru Bulls logo

Captain: Rohit Kumar

Winners: 1 time (2018)

Squad: Rohit Kumar (C), Banty, Lal Mohar Yadav, Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, Sumit Singh, Vinod Kumar, Mohit Sehrawat, Raju Lal Choudhary, Vijay Kumar, Mahender Singh, Aman, Sandeep, Saurabh Nandal, Ajay, Amit Sheoran, Ankit, Ashish Kumar, Sanjay Shrestha

Dabang Delhi KC

Stadium: Thyagaraj Sports Complex

Head Coach: Krishan Kumar HoodaDabang Delhi logo

Captain: Joginder Singh Narwal

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Joginder Singh Narwal (C), Naveen Kumar Goyat, Chandran Ranjit, Aman Kadian, Neeraj Narwal, Sumit Kumar, Vishal Mane, Ravinder Pahal, Mohit, Anil Kumar, Saeid Ghaffari, Pratik Patil, Satywan, Sumit, Meraj Sheykh, Balram, Vijay, Sombir

Gujarat Fortune Giants

Stadium: EKA Arena

Head Coach: Manpreet SinghGujarat Fortune Giants logo

Captain: Sunil Kumar

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Rohit Gulia (C), Abolfazl Maghsodloumahali, Gurvinder Singh, Harmanjit Singh, Lalit Chaudhary, More GB, Sachin Tanwar, Sonu Jaglan, Amit Kharb, Ankit, Parvesh Bhainswal, Sumit Malik, Ruturaj Koravi, Sunil Kumar, Pankaj, Shazid Hossain, Vinod Kumar

Haryana Steelers

Stadium: Tau Devi Lal Stadium, Panchkula

Head Coach: Rakesh Kumar

Captain: Dharmaraj Cheralathan Haryana Steelers logo

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Dharmaraj Cheralathan (C), Amirhossein Mohammad Maleki, Arun Kumar HN, Naveen, Prashant Kumar Rai, Selvamani K, Vikas Chhillar, Vikas Kandola, Vinay, Ravi Kumar, Vikas Kale, Sunil, Parveen, Subhash Narwal, Vikram Kandola, Chand Singh, Kuldeep Singh, Tin Phonchoo

Jaipur Pink Panthers

Stadium: Sawai Mansingh Indoor Stadium

Head Coach: Srinivas Reddy Jaipur Pink Panthers logo

Captain: Deepak Hooda

Winners: 1 time (2014)

Squad: Deepak Niwas Hooda (C), Ajinkya Ashok Pawar, Deepak Narwal, Gumna Singh, Lokesh Kaushik, Milinda Chathuranga, Nilesh Salunke, Sushil Gulia, Pavan T R, Amit Hooda, Elavarasan A, Karamvir, Sandeep Kumar Dhull, Sunil Siddhgavali, Dong Gyu Kim, Nitin Rawal, Sachin Narwal, Santhapanaselvam, Vishal

Patna Pirates

Stadium: Patliputra Sports Complex

Head Coach: Ram Mehar Singh Patna Pirates logo

Captain: Pardeep Narwal

Winners: 3 times (2016, 2017)

Squad: Pardeep Narwal (C), Ashish, Jang Kun Lee, Mohammad Esmaeil Maghsoudlou Mahalli, Mohit, Monu, Naveen Narwal, Purna Singh, Rajveersinh Pratap Rao Chavan, Mahendra Choudhary, Neeraj Kumar, Jaideep, Jawahar Dagar, Amit Kumar, Hadi Oshtorak, Ravinder, Sahil Mann, Vikas Jaglan

Puneri Paltan

Stadium: Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex

Head Coach: Anup Kumar Puneri Paltan logo

Captain: Surjeet Singh Narwal

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Nitin Tomar, Manjeet, Pawan Kumar Kadian, Darshan Kadian, Pankaj Mohite, Sushant Sail, Amit Kumar, Amit Kumar, Emad Sedaghat Nia, Surjeet Singh (C), Girish Maruti Ernak, Sanket Sawant, Hadi Tajik, Shubham Shinde, Sagar B. Krishna, Deepak Yadav, Sandeep, Jadhav B. Shahaji

Tamil Thalaivas

Stadium: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai

Head Coach: Udaya Kumar Tamil Thalaivas logo

Captain: Ajay Thakur

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Ajay Thakur (C), Rahul Chaudhari, Shabeer Bapu Sharfudheen, Vineet Sharma, Yashwant Bishnoi, Anand, Ajithkumar V, Manjeet Chillar, Ran Singh, Hemant Chahuan, Victor Onyango Obiero, Mohit Chhillar, Ponparthiban Subramanian, Ajeet, M.Abishek, Himanshu, Milad Sheibak

Telugu Titans

Stadium: Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium, Vizag

Head Coach: Gholamreza Mazandarani Telugu Titans logo

Captain: Abozar Mohajer Mighani

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Abozar Mohajermighani (C), Amit Kumar, Ankit Beniwal, Kamal Singh, Mula Siva Ganesh Reddy, Palle Mallikarjun, Rajnish, Rakesh Gowda, Siddharth Desai, Suraj Desai, Aakash Dattu Arsul, Aakash Chowdary, Manish, C Arun, Krushna Madani, Vishal Bhardwaj, Armaan, Farhad Rahimi Milaghardan

U Mumba

Stadium: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor Stadium, Mumbai

Head Coach: Sanjeev Kumar BaliyanU Mumba logo

Captain:Fazel Atrachali

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Fazel Atrachali (C), Abhishek Singh, Arjun Deshwal, Athul MS, Dong Geon Lee, Gaurav Kumar, Rohit Baliyan, Navneet, Vinoth Kumar, Rajguru Subramanian, Harsh Vardhan, Anil, Harendra Kumar, Young Chang Ko, Surinder Singh, Ajinkya Kapre, Mohit Baliyan, Sandeep Narwal

UP Yoddha

Stadium: Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex

Head Coach: Jasveer Singh UP Yoddha logo

Captain: Nitesh Kumar

Winners: Yet to win a championship

Squad: Nitesh Kumar (C), Ankush, Azad Singh, Gulveer Singh, Md. Masud, Monu Goyat, Rishank Devadiga, Shrikant Jadhav, Surender Gill, Surender Singh, Ashu Singh, Aashish Nagar, Amit, Sumit, Arkam Shaikh, Gurdeep, Mohsen Maghsoudloujafari, Narender, Sachin Kumar

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