PKL 7 Performance Series: What Haryana Steelers lacked in Season 7?
Haryana Steelers, who had quite good season last time and were able to qualify for the playoffs. Due to some amazing performances from the players they managed to enter Eliminator. However, they failed to beat U Mumba in the 2nd Eliminator which ended their campaign that season.
In this article, we will have a look at their last season performance with certain metrices through an analysis.
Analysis of Raiding & Other Metrics
In last season, the Steelers scored 809 points in total in both raiding and defending unit while they conceded 802 points in total as well which seems hardly difference between them and eventually results ending them at 4th position on table.
On the other hand, in raiding department they scored 490 points with 377 successful raids which displays us their conversion rate from 1 point to multiple points is quite amazing. As a result, they finished again on 4th position in terms of most number raiding points. While with respect to Avg score, Avg raid points and Do-or-Die raid points they scored 31.08,21.3,76 respectively. Thus, they finished their campaign in 2nd Eliminator last season.
Analysis of Defending & Other Metrics
Now, above chart conveys us their performance in defense and some common metrices. They scored 225 points with 210 successful tackles which conveys their conversion rate in defense is not up to the mark as compared to other teams. In terms of All out metrices, they inflicted 33 All-outs and conceded 28 All-outs throughout the tournament which would be reason for successful season.
However, When it comes to game changing metrices i.e. Super raids and Super tackles Haryana Steelers is in top 3 teams with 15 super raids and in bottom portion of table with 15 super tackles which shows they fall in situation like super tackle less number of times and were able to maintain maximum number of players consistently on mat. Finally, in terms of Avg tackles points they scored 9.78 points which sends them on bottom portion of table. Hopefully, they might improve this metric ahead of season 8.