Here’s a recap of the action from the Capital City.
First of all, we have a quick recap of how the game is going to unfold in Bengalururu.
It will be played at the Pahalgam Stadium, the venue for all the home and away fixtures for the upcoming campaign.
We’ll have a full coverage of the game from the ground at 9.30pm (ET) on Sunday.
The first half will start with a half-time warm-up, with the home team starting at 8.30am.
Then, it’s a match of pace, with each team taking its turn to attack the other.
Both teams are expected to have a very high intensity in the first half.
The game will be live-streamed on the Pannavasi-based PTV channel and can be watched live on ESPN-TV.
Panthers are in for a challenge in the opening periodAs you may have seen, the Bengaluru derby was marred by a number of incidents, including an incident at the end of the first quarter when a man allegedly hurled a bottle of alcohol on the field, breaking a helmet on the man.
The man has been arrested and has been booked under the Indian Penal Code.
The woman has been charged under the Information Technology Act.
The game starts off with a minute of silence, followed by a minute’s silence and then a minute-long standing ovation for the deceased.
The fans, who are being applauded loudly and with great passion, take the opportunity to celebrate the life of the deceased, and the families of the fallen.
The players are in full-favour formThe Panthers have not lost a game in the series so far, with three wins and two draws from their four matches in the league.
The players have been in good form all series so they can expect a very good start to the season.
Ahead of the match, the players will take to the field for warm-ups.
It’s a great opportunity to show off their skills and perform well on the pitch.
The Bengaluru game will start at 9:30pm on Sunday, April 5, and can also be watched online on ESPN TV.