Highlights of the 4th day of sumo wrestling Takakeishō Ozeki, who has won 3 consecutive victories, will face Abu Saki at 23:59 on November 10th.
Sumo Wrestling November is the 4th day, and Ozeki and Takakeishō, who have won 3 consecutive victories so far, will face the second frontal Abu Saki.
In November, Ozeki and Asanoyama were closed from the 3rd day of the 10th due to an injury on their right shoulder, following the two yokozuna that were closed from the first day.
Takakeishō and Shodai Ozeki, who are required to play the role of closing the ring as the top ranking players, have won three consecutive victories while controlling the racy sumo wrestling.
Takakeishō, who is expected to win his first victory as Ozeki, is the best of the two frontal Abu Saki and push sumo wrestlers on the 11th.
In past matches, Takakeishō has won 4 wins and 2 losses.
In the effort on the 10th, Takakeishō was quickly taken advantage of by Mt.
As Takakeishō, I would like to step low and sharply from the standpoint and decide the game without spending time with a strong push of the characteristic.
Shin-Ozeki / Shodai is the second frontal match against Daieishō.
I have won 3 consecutive wins so far, but I have managed to pick up the win on the 10th, following the first day, and I can not see a sense of stability.
After the effort on the 10th, he showed a gesture of worrying about his left foot and said, "Honestly, I don't know."
In the past match between the two, Masayo is competing with 4 wins and 5 losses.
In the last four matches, we have 2 wins, 2 losses and 5 minutes.
Masayo is paying attention to whether he can show the original sumo wrestling that puts pressure on his character while surpassing Daieishō's push with softness.
Koyui and Terunofuji, who have returned to the three roles for the first time in three years with experience in Ozeki, have won three consecutive victories so far, and will face the Hiraku and Okinoumi on the 11th.
In addition, Shin Sekiwake and Takanosho will play against Wakatakakage, the leader of the front.