As the IPL 2020 continues, each match gets vital. Especially for the top sides who should maintain their situation in control to make it to the knockouts.
At the point when Royal Challengers Bangalore takes on Kings XI Punjab in Sharjah on Thursday, it will be a classic instance of one group moving toward the knockout stages while the other team will be fearing of an early exit. With IPL 2020 simply past the halfway stage in the league, RCB is sitting in the third position. KXIP on the other hand is toward the bottom of the points table. From here everything Kings can seek for is some extreme changes in fortune for all groups, not least them, if there is even a small percent of chance left. This likewise makes them a risky side, since it is continuously turning into a nothing-to-lose circumstance for them, it will be a challenge for the other top sides to beat them.
RCB looks like a balanced side this year
RCB is currently working like a very much oiled side. Between Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers, the batting is starting to look truly compromising, with Devdatt Padikkal and now additionally Aaron Finch, including muscle.
The RCB bowling has additionally started to come to frame, with Chris Morris adding teeth to the assault with Yuzvendra Chahal, Isuru Udana, and Washington Sundar driving what is currently likely the IPL’s most shifted assault.
Kings XI Punjab has created to lose from positions where it is simpler to win and keeping in mind that captain KL Rahul is still very much ahead of the remainder of the hitters in IPL 2020, in general, KXIP is in a ceaseless bad dream. Take their match against Kolkata Knight Riders. They were chasing a decent total of 164. KXIP managed to score 144/1 in 17.1 overs. They ended up losing the match by 2 runs from there. That essentially portrays the KXIP season.
It is astounding to see that the last time KXIP met RCB in IPL 2020; Rahul scored a century. Ravi Bishnoi and the remainder of the bowlers celebrated and RCB lost by 97 runs. It appears to be dreamlike at this point. Yet, since they are cornered, there is little KXIP can do other than fight back, and that could be the meager ice that RCB needs to avoid. Any points lost currently can spell disaster for all concerned, so it is basic that they don’t stumble over KXIP and afterward regret the loss.