Royal Challengers Banglore Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad
Question in detail
Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, match No. 29: The 10th edition of Indian Premiere League is halfway, and the last season runner-up (RCB) is languishing at the bottom of the table. Can you believe it? Whether or not, RCB's margin of error is really minimal now. They can't afford to lose anymore after 5 losses in 7 games. Surprisingly, they suffered a dramatic downfall chasing a moderate 132 against Kolkata in their last encounter. They scored 49/10, the lowest ever total in the IPL history. They are still in a position to make a comeback. However, it would take them a minimal of 16 points to be in the top four by the end of the league stage.
Big reason to worry, Royal Challengers Bangalore would need 6 wins in their last 7 matches if they want to qualify for the playoff round. The least they would be eyeing now is to become the winner of RCB Vs SRH match at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. The trio of Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle makes RCB a side that cannot be written off till it's really over. However, this IPL season for the star-studded side has been in stark contrast to that of the earlier ones. They are yet to recover the early damage done in absence of their trumps Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers.
RCB is going into their 8th game (Royal Challengers Bangalore Vs Sunrisers Hyderabad match) on the back of their worst ever defeat in the IPL history. At present, they are dwindling at the bottom of the table with 5 loses in 7 games. Sunrisers Hyderabad, on the contrary, is in a rather good stead with 4 wins in 7 matches. They don't have to worry much at this stage of the tournament. However, in the last game, they got outplayed by RPS. Hyderabad seems to have the best set of overseas players with Kane Williamson making a banging comeback in the playing XI. Williamson is giving solidity to SRH's top-order. He has proved out to be Hyderabad's trump scoring 110 runs in 2 innings. Yuvraj Singh, who missed the last game against Pune due to illness, is supposed to return to the playing XI at the Chinnaswamy. Ashish Nehra has a nailing record against RCB's captain Virat Kohli, and is again likely to repeat the heroic. So, in-form Hyderabad has more chances to become the winner of RCB Vs SRH match in IPL 2017.
Will Royal Challengers Bangalore shrug off the bad inertia in their home ground against Sunrisers Hyderabad?