After defeating Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and Delhi Capitals (DC) in their previous two matches, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are expected to play the same XI for their match against SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) on Saturday in the Indian Premier League (SRH). IPL) 2022. RCB, under the captaincy Faf Du Plessis, played excellently and is currently placed in third place with five wins from seven matches (NRR +0.251). Much will be expected of people like Virat Kohli, Glenn Maxwell and the in-form Dinesh Karthik as RCB attempt to dominate their opposition at Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.
Here’s what the RCB series might look like for their match against SRH:
Anuj Rawat: The promising opening was brilliant for RCB this season. The youngster won his first IPL half-century against Mumbai Indians (MI) but was suspended for just four runs off five balls during victory over Lucknow Super Giants (LSG). He will aim for a strong start against SRH.
Faf du Plessis:The RCB captain was in blazing form against LSG and smashed 96 runs off 64 balls, including 11 fours and two sixes.
Virat Kohli: He was not in good shape and will aim to find his footing before the T20 World Cup. He was fired for a duck against LSG.
Glenn Maxwell:The Australian versatile player will be hoping for some consistency and more crucial contributions.
Suyash Prabhudessai: The middle-order batsman was handy with his power-hitting skills and was equally good during fielding.
Shahbaz Ahmed: The spinner all-rounder was in good touvh. He will try to add more runs to his score with a few more powerful shots.
Dinesh Karthik:The wicketkeeper-batsman is enjoying his return to form and will look built on his momentum as his team’s finisher.
Wanindu Hasaranga: The Sri Lankan has been in excellent form for RCB this season and has taken crucial wickets. He is currently seventh in the Purple Cap race with 11 dismissals.
Harshal Patel:Last season’s Purple Cap winner was also decisive for RCB this year and took two wickets against LSG.
Josh Hazlewood: He was the star player during RCB’s victory against LSG. The Aussie pacemaker took four wickets in four overs and conceded 25 runs.
Mohammed Siraj: The Indian pacemaker was reliable for RCB and will hope to pick more wickets. Against Lucknow, he took a wicket in four overs.
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