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Mumbai Maharathi pulled off a superb comeback to beat Delhi Sultans 4-3 and enter the semi-finals of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) at the KD Jadhav Indoor Stadium here on Friday.

Trailing 1-3 at one stage, Mumbai fought back to register their third win. They thus ended their campaign in the league stage with six points from five matches. Delhi crashed out of contention, having lost all the four matches they have played so far. Mumbai have become the second team after Jaipur Ninjas to enter the semi-finals of this year's PWL.

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Jaipur Ninjas defeated Colors Delhi Sultans 4-3 on an action-packed Day 5 of the Patanjali Powervita Pro Wrestling League Season 2 at the K D Jadhav Indoor Stadium today.

Jaipur won the toss and blocked the 65 kg Men's category, thus making Delhi's prized catch Bajrang Punia sit out for the tie. Delhi decided to block the 53 kg Women's category in return.

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Awadhe Warriors displayed yet another dominating performance to beat Delhi Acers 6-(-1) in the second edition of the Premier Badminton League (PBL) at the Babu Banarasi Das Indoor Stadium here on Thursday. With the win, Awadhe Warriors have won nine out of 10 matches and establish themselves as a clear favourites.

Before the start of the tie, all eyes were set on ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal, who was looking to bounce back after a disappointing start. With a lot riding on the Hyderabadi shuttler, she not only defeated Nitchaon Jindapol of Acers 14-12, 11-7 in a trump match but also helped the Warriors take a 3-0 advantage over the Acers.

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Despite a first-leg deficit, Delhi Dynamos will have a spring in their step as they take on Kerala Blasters in the return semi-final fixture of Hero Indian Super League at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi, on Wednesday.

Delhi Dynamos lost the first-leg semi-final 0-1 away in Kochi but as the teams lock horns again, Delhi will have enough reasons to believe they can overturn the deficit and make it to their first-ever final. What will give Delhi confidence is their encouraging home record as they are the only team not to lose at home and have scored 18 goals at home, the most by any team in ISL this season. 

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Kerala Blasters FC will take a slender but important advantage in their Indian Super League second leg semi-final to be played away after putting it across Delhi Dynamos FC 1-0 in the first leg at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi, on Sunday.

Played in front of a massive crowd, Kerala Blasters continued with their impressive home run as they registered their sixth consecutive home win, thanks to a 65th minute strike from Kervens Belfort.

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Mumbai City FC ended their league engagements with a goalless draw against Delhi Dynamos to be at the top of the Indian Super League (ISL) standings at the Mumbai Football Arena on Saturday.

The draw left Mumbai City on top of the table with 23 points, a tally that none of the other qualifying teams can overtake. Delhi Dynamos have 21 points from 14 matches and they will know of their position only after the concluding league clash between Kerala Blasters and NorthEast United FC on Sunday.

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Mumbai City FC and Delhi Dynamos have already secured qualification to the Indian Super League (ISL) football semi-finals and will look to end their group stage commitments at the top of the standings with a win here on Saturday.

The two teams played out a high scoring 3-3 draw in the first leg in Delhi. As they battle again in the second leg for the top spot, Mumbai coach Alexandre Guimaraes believes goals will not be in short supply.

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