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Zulpikar Maimaitiali training 10 hours daily to face Vijender Singh



Vijender Singh, Zulpikar Maimaitiali, Indian boxer, Boxing, Sports news

New Delhi: Aiming to “surprise” Vijender Singh in his own backyard, WBO Oriental super middleweight champion Zulpikar Maimaitiali says he is training 10 hours a day to ensure a knockout win for himself.

WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight champion Vijender is will face Chinese No.1 Maimaitiali for a double title fight on the August 5 at NSCI, Mumbai.



“I take every bout seriously and try to push myself to the limit every time. Vijender will be one of the rivals that I beat, I know his traits and I am preparing accordingly,” Maimaitiali said.

“I am putting in 10 hours every day into training to make sure Vijender is knocked out in the first 2-3 rounds itself.



On 5th August Vijender will actually face the toughest opponent in his pro boxing career,” he added.

Maimaitiali said he has worked out his plan to tame the Indian, who is unbeaten since his debut in 2015.



“My team has watched all his bouts. At this phase, maybe only myself and my coach should understand the training schedule that have been implemented. Vijender will be surprised when I throw punches at him, he thinks I am a kid, but he has no idea who I am,” he said.

Vijender has seven knockout wins since his pro-boxing debut. Maimaitiali has the same unbeaten record but has lesser knockout wins.



“Both of us have no loss record since pro debut, both of us have high ratio of KO. As I said, the pressure should be on his side, as it will be too old for him to suffer and recover from a loss, what will be worse is losing from someone as young as me. He is considered the king of boxing in India, so he has started feeling like a king, its time I get him down onto the ground,” he said.

Battleground Asia will also feature Olympic quarter- finalists Akhil Kumar and Jitender Kumar along with WBC Asia welterweight champion Neeraj Goyat, Kuldeep Dhanda, Pardeep Kharera, and Dharmendra Grewal.



Korean Football League 2020: DAE vs SSMG Dream 11 Fantasy Team Prediction;Daegu vs Sangju sangmu Preview,Live Streaming,Statistics.



Daegu hosts the Sangju sangmu in the Korean Football League on Friday. Check DAE vs SSMG Dream 11 Fantasy Team Prediction; Daegu vs Sangju sangmu Preview,Timing ,Live Streaming

Daegu vs Sangju sangmu- Dream 11 Prediction

Daegu: Daegu lost the last match of K League 1 (KL1) 0: 2 and remains undefeated in the last four matches of the highest competition (0-3-1). The home team did not score for the fifth time from the previous seven league matches, while they did not win the last six matches of the first league (0-4-2) on their own field, in addition, they came out shooting three times.

The hosts are not very successful in entering the matches when in 12 of the last 14 KL1 matches they did not score during the first half, including three such matches in the current year. Each of these 14 matches brought a total of less than 1.5 goals in the opening act, and in addition, a goalless draw was born seven times at half time (twice this season).

Sangju Sangmu: Sangju Sangmu was forgotten about the bad start of the season and the last two KL1 matches were won with a clean bill, which the winning team kept in six of the previous seven league matches of this club. It is similar, if we omit the draws, during the outdoor matches of Sangmu, where the winner did not collect in seven of the last 11 matches of the first league.
Sangmu has a balanced balance in this year’s KL1 matches, which he entered as an outsider (1-0-1), which corresponds to 50% success in such matches from last year (6-5-11). Sangm’s potential win can be tight – eight of his last ten wins on the opponent’s court have decided a single goal.

Match Details
Match: Daegu vs Sangju sangmu
Date:29th May 2020
Time:16:00 IST
Venue:Daegu Stadium (Daegu)

Daegu vs Sangju sangmu-Who to watch: Edgar Silva has always been Daegu’s starting scorer with his last six league goals. This also applies to his only goal this season.
Sang-uh Kang with his two previous goals in KL1 opened Sangju’s score, both scored before the 30th minute.

Daegu vs Sangju sangmu-Statistics:
75% of the goals that Daegu scored or collected during league matches in the season fell in the second half.
A total of seven corner kicks have been played in the three Sangm matches in KL1 so far.
The last four home games of Daegu against Sangma in the league brought a goalless first half.

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