On the 13th day of the Grand Sumo Tournament Nagoya, Yokozuna Hakuho will play against Sekiwake and Takayasu.

Terunofuji, who also wins all the games and takes the rope, is the best between Masayo and Ozeki.

At the Nagoya place, Yokozuna Hakuho and Tsunatori Ozeki Terunofuji, who have indicated their intention to move forward and backward, have won 12 consecutive victories and are leading the battle for victory.

On the 13th day, Hakuho will be challenged by Sekiwake and Takayasu, who have experience in Ozeki.

In past matches, Hakuho was overwhelming with 20 wins and 2 losses.

The superiority of the yokozuna, which shows good movement even now after the holidays, is unwavering.

As for Takayasu, who has one more win in the victory, I would like to ask for a chance to win by taking advantage of the weight of his waist while overcoming the harsh attack of Yokozuna.

Terunofuji, where the white stars are piled up in a powerful sumo wrestling, is the best between Masayo and Ozeki.

In the past, Terunofuji has been competing with 7 wins and 6 losses, but recently Terunofuji has scored a white star in all three places.

Terunofuji, which has pressure, is likely to have an advantage if it becomes a development that matches the chest.

As a Masayo, I would like to panic Terunofuji with a way that makes the most of the softness of its characteristics and show its will as the same Ozeki.

Tamawashi and Kotonowaka's two flat curtains are chasing after three losses.

Tamawashi will play Takarafuji and Kotonowaka will play Chiyoshoma.