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Chennai leg of Pro Volleyball League set to begin

All-Star Chennai Pro Volleyball U Mumba

Chennai Spartans, with their last two matches of the league stage left, will be facing U Mumba Volley on the opening day of the Chennai leg of RuPay Pro Volleyball League at the Nehru Indoor Stadium on Saturday.

Chennai Spartans have won one of their three matches in league stage going down 4-1 and 3-2 to Calicut Heroes and Kochi Blue Spikers respectively. Their only win has come in the form Black Hawks Hyderabad with a scoreline of 4-1.

Ahead of the match, MH Kumara, Head Coach, Chennai Spartans said “We are home and we are looking forward to just going into the match with one objective that is of winning. The home support will certainly lift our morale. I am also glad that Rudy Verhoeff has come of age in this league and have been leading the team from the front with his game and international experience.”

U Mumba has no other option, as they have to win both their matches in order to stay in the competition. Having lost all their three matches now the fate of their team is only lying in their hands.

Pritam Singh Chauhan, Head Coach of U Mumba Volley felt that having one clear objective can actually benefit them in the last two matches. “Losing isn’t an option anymore for us as we have to make sure that we win both our matches. Chennai will have the home advantage with the local crowd supporting them but we can’t allow that affect our determination to win against them.”

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