Watch Thailand vs Kenya Kabaddi World Cup 2016 Live Streaming Highlights Prediction :- Thailand and Kenya will take on each other in the 15th match of the 2016 edition of Kabaddi World Cup. These both teams will lock their horns on October 15, 2016, at the Arena by TransStadia in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
WHERE TO WATCH
Indian viewers can watch the Kabaddi World Cup on Star Sports 1 Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 3. The viewers from all around the world can watch the Kabaddi World Cup on following networks:
United Kingdom: Sky Sports
England: Star Sports
England of America: Fox Sports
Saudi Arabia: OSN Sports
THAILAND TEAM PREVIEW
The Thailand team is lead by the Khomsan Thongkham, and he must be glad about the performance of his team as they bounce back strongly after tasting the defeat in the very first match.
Thailand lost the first match against the Iran but went on to win the second game against the Poland team by the massive margin of 65-25. Thailand team is coached by the duo of Panya Athiwat and Nasome Suttirak, and both of them will be determined to register the second win when they will face the Kenya on Thursday.
The key players for this team are Aniwat Phakphian, Chanwit Wichian, Phodsawi Sawangyai. The supporters of Thailand will expect their team to fire in this crucial match.
Khomsan Thongkham (Captain), Aniwat Phakphian, Chanwit Wichian, Phodsawi Sawangyai, Pramot Saising, Santi Bunchoet, Warit Songsri, Sarawut Hopet, Khunakon Chanjaroen, Kittichai Kanket, Peeradach Jantajam, Phuwanai Wannasaen, Sasithon Rungsawang, Tin Phonchoo.
KENYA TEAM PREVIEW
Kenya team started their 2016 World Cup with the bang as they won their opener game against the Poland by 54-48. Although, they lost the next match against the Iran by 33-28.
Kenya is lead by David Mosambayi, and the captain will enter the game with the single motive of winning this match and claiming the second spot in the points table. Kenya is currently at the third position in the points table with 6 points.
David Mosambayi (Captain), Bonab Were, Esau Otieno, Isaac Ikigu, John Muremwa, Julius Nyaduwa, Mudibo Oguta, Patrick Muvai, Elphas Otieno, Humphery Lihanda, Chrispine Oketch, James Obilo, Phelix Opana, Odhiambo Haggai.
Thailand is expected to win this match.