Team Go Rocket will be available to confront again in Pokémon Go during July 2021, and you’ll need the best counters to beat Cliff and exploit the weakness of Seedot.

There’s plenty to look forward to for the next set of 31 days, and the month kicks off with another Bidoof Event on the 1st and then a Tepig Community Day on the 3rd. Fans will also be well aware that ‘Go Fest’ is finally returning with another two days of festivity.

All of the above is no doubt exciting for the community, but – as always – there’s still the nefarious ‘Team Go Rocket’ to give a good hiding.

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How to beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during July 2021

To beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during July 2021 you will need to beat his line-up of creatures:

Line-up one:

  • Seedot

Line-up two:

  • Poliwrath
  • Kingler
  • Hariyama

Line-up three:

  • Tyranitar
  • Sharpedo
  • Torterra

This article will be updated if his roster of threesomes changes for any events.

Seedot weakness and counters

Seedot is a Grass-type with a weakness to Fire, and this means suitable counters include the likes of Charizard and Entei. It is also vulnerable to Flying, Poison, Ice, and Bug-type attacks, so other worthy creatures to use are Honchkrow and Mamoswine.

Any of the aforementioned pocket monsters should be enough to defeat the first line of defence for Team Go Rocket’s muscle. However, there’s still more to contend with after you best the corrupted Seedot.

Pokémon Go Cliff July 2021 counters

Below is a list of creatures you can use as counters to beat Cliff in Pokémon Go during July 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.

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