Pokémon Go has entered a new month and there’s plenty to anticipate with the Season of Discovery. While the Season of Discovery lasts until September, the line-ups for the Team Go Rocket leaders have finally changed. Here you’ll discover how to beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during June 2021 by knowing the weakness of Seedot and using the best counters.

As for what’s happening in June 2021, fans of Niantic’s mobile game can look forward to a Gible Community Day happening on the 6th. In addition, there will also be spotlight hours throughout the month for the likes of Dwebble and Abra.

While all of the above is exciting, below you’ll discover how to beat Cliff in Pokémon Go by using the best counters and knowing the weakness of Seedot.

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How to beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during June 2021

To beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during June 2021 you will need to overcome his new line-up of creatures.

This means that you’ll have to beat the likes of Seedot, Poliwrath, and Sharpedo to defeat Cliff in Pokémon Go during June 2021.

You can find the Team Go Rocket leader’s line-up down below:

Line-up one:

  • Seedot

Line-up two:

  • Poliwrath
  • Kingler
  • Hariyama

Line-up three:

  • Tyranitar
  • Sharpedo
  • Torterra

Pokémon Go Seedot weakness and counters

Seedot is a Grass-type in Pokémon Go, and its weakness to Fire means suitable counters include Charizard and Entei.

The creature also has a weakness to Flying, Poison, and Bug-type attacks as well as Ice, so other suitable Pokémon Go counters are Honchkrow and Mamoswine.

Either of the aforementioned creatures should be enough to defeat Cliff’s first line of defence, but then it’s onto round two and three.

Pokémon Go June 2021 counters

Below is a list of creatures you can use as counters to beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during June 2021:

Seedot – weak to Fire, Flying, Bug, Poison, Ice

  • Charizard – Fire Spin, Blast Burn
  • Entei – Fire Spin, Overheat
  • Mamoswine – Powder Snow, Avalanche
  • Houndoom – Fire Fang, Flamethrower
  • Honchkrow – Peck, Sky Attack
  • Moltres – Wing Attack, Sky Attack

Poliwrath – weak to Fairy, Flying, Psychic, Electric, Grass

  • Mewtwo – Confusion, Psystrike
  • Alakazam – Confusion, Psychic
  • Moltres – Wing Attack, Sky Attack
  • Honchkrow – Peck, Sky Attack
  • Exeggutor – Confusion, Psychic
  • Raikou – Thunder Shock, Wild Charge
  • Zapdos – Thunder Shock, Drill Peck

Kingler – weak to Grass, Electric

  • Electivire – Thunder Shock, Wild Charge
  • Raikou – Thunder Shock, Wild Charge
  • Zapdos – Thunder Shock, Thunderbolt
  • Exegguttor – Confusion, Seed Bomb
  • Zekrom – Charge Beam, Wild Charge

Hariyama – weak to Fairy, Flying, Psychic

  • Mewtwo – Confusion, Psystrike
  • Moltres – Wing Attack, Sky Attack
  • Alakazam – Confusion, Psychic
  • Exeggutor – Confusion, Psychic
  • Zapdos – Thunder Shock, Drill Peck

Tyranitar – weak to Fighting, Fairy, Ground, Bug, Steel, Water, Grass

  • Machamp – Counter, Dynamic Punch
  • Conkeldurr – Counter, Dynamic Punch
  • Lucario – Counter, Aura Sphere
  • Breloom – Counter, Dynamic Punch
  • Sirfetch’d – Counter, Close Combat

Sharpedo – weak to Fairy, Bug, Electric, Grass, Fighting

  • Raikou – Thunder Shock, Wild Charge
  • Electivire – Thunder Shock, Wild Charge
  • Zekrom – Charge Beam, Wild Charge
  • Lucario – Counter, Aura Sphere
  • Conkeldurr – Counter, Dynamic Punch
  • Machamp – Counter, Dynamic Punch
  • Zapdos – Thunder Shock, Thunder Bolt

Torterra – weak to Ice, Flying, Fire, Bug

  • Mamoswine – Powder Snow, Avalanche
  • Weavile – Ice Shard, Avalanche
  • Glaceon – Frost Breath, Avalanche
  • Charizard – Fire Spin, Blast Burn
  • Moltres – Fire Spin, Sky Attack
  • Entei – Fire Fang, Overheat

All counters and weaknesses come courtesy of Pokebattler.