After winning six of their first seven games, Jaipur Pink Panthers have suffered a slight slump in form, losing two of their last three matches. However, the margin of defeat in both losses was seven points or fewer, meaning that Jaipur Pink Panthers have come out of a game empty-handed just once so far this season.Skipper and leading point-scorer Deepak Niwas Hooda, too, has struggled to impress in his past two outings, scoring a total of just four points. While the slight drop in form may not be a big cause for concern, Hooda will hoping to lead his team by example with a big performance against the reigning champions.Winning at home this season: #IsseToughKuchNahiBut @DabangDelhiKC had other ideas as they scripted a sensational comeback in the first match in New Delhi!Keep watching #VIVOProKabaddi on Star Sports and Hotstar.#DELvBLR pic.twitter.com/295F7J74fG— ProKabaddi (@ProKabaddi) August 24, 2019 Since their hattrick of victories, champions Bengaluru Bulls have won just one and lost four in their past five matches – a run of results which has seen them drop to fifth in the standings. Their latest defeat came at the hands of Dabang Delhi K.C. last night, in a match where they led by eight points at half-time.While ‘Hi-Flyer’ Pawan Sehrawat was at his sizzling best and finished with 17 raid points, the rest of the raiding unit contributed just four raid points, while giving away three tackle points. Skipper Rohit Kumar has found points difficult to come by and has averaged just 4.25 points over his last four outings. However, the former MVP has all the tools to deliver a big performance and will certainly be gunning to do so against the table-toppers on Sunday.