Royal Challengers Bangalore are looking for another win in the IPL 2021 season with a hat-trick of wins. Rajasthan Royals will take on Wankhede at the Wankhede Stadium. Kohli Sena is strong in both batting and bowling. Glenn Maxwell, who joined the new team along with AB de Villiers, is in the RCB Full Josh with a boom at O Range. While both are in terrible form .. Virat who played well in the first two matches has a huge score pending. Whichever of the three excels, the RCB will not turn to batting. Opener Devdutt Padikkal has to perform below his level.
With the Wankhede field small, the Kiwis are likely to play destructive player Finn Allen. Then Padikkal can come in first down. If that happened then we would all be in big trouble for failing in the last two matches. In bowling too, the RCB could not turn around. Pacers Mohammad Siraj and Hershel Patel are bowling very sparingly. Kyle Jamieson is taking key wickets while running. Chahal also falling in the groove is a unifying factor for the team. RCB, who defeated defending champions Mumbai Indians in the opening match, then advanced to the top spot with easy victories over Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders. Kohlisena hopes to continue the same momentum and defeat Rajasthan.
The situation in Rajasthan, on the other hand, is completely different. Dela lost two of three matches. RR relies heavily on Samsung. Sanju Samson, who hit a century in the first match, failed in the next two innings. Rajasthan will not return to batting if Sanju is bowled out again. Jose Butler, Miller are doing well .. other batsmen are failing. All-rounders Ryan Parag and Rahul Tewatia need to excel. With Jayadev Unadkat, Chetan Zakaria, Chris Morris and Mustafizur Rehman, the bowling department is solid. But the run must be controlled.