In the game of fantasy kabaddi, the raider has to prove his worth against a host of defenders from the opponent team. They have to play on the other half of the mat to score a touchpoint.
Defenders are all the kabaddi games players who are on their side of the mat, when the raider from the opponent team is raiding. Some of the players have special skills to defend their team from the raiding attacks. They pin down the raider after taking positions accordingly on the mat.
In todays post, we will focus and identify the different positions of the defenders on the mat. Read on the positions of the entire kabaddi fantasy game team on the mat, all the seven players. And join 11wickets.com to win loads of prizes:
Left and right corners
They cover the outermost position in the defense on the left and right-side corner. These are the most crucial position of defense as they have to initiate the tackle.
Left corner-in & right corner-in
The first immediate player next to either corner on the left and the right are the “in’s.” In a full defense of seven, the left raider usually takes the right-in position while the right raider takes the left-in position. Depending on the situation, the in’s sometimes interchange as the roles are highly versatile.
Right and left covers
They are the wall of the defense and occupy the central position when it comes to defense. Players in this position are usually on the bulkier side as they have to primarily stop the momentum of the raider in most tackles and have a lot of brute strength.
This is generally the position occupied by the third or do-or-die raider wherein he is relegated to the back-line, playing a secondary role in the defense. Often the raider weakest in defense or the raider who is main raider is subjugated to this deep role and will only take part in defending if necessary.
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