Published by: Rohit sharma
Devdutt Padikkal will join the squad in RCB’s 2nd game against SRH! Daniel Sams (versatile) has tested positive for covid-19 and will not be available.
Highlights of the match:
- Match came: Studio MA Chidambaram, Chennai
- Match schedule: April 14, 2021; 7:30 p.m.
- Where to look? Star Sports Network
- Live broadcast: Hotstar + Disney
The 6th game of the IPL 2021 season and the 3rd game at Chennai Stadium will be played tomorrow between Sunrisers Hyderabad led by David Warner and Royal Challengers Bangalore led by Virat Kohli, on April 14, 2021 (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m.
Now let’s talk about the performances of the two teams!
SRH and RCB, the two teams have only played one game so far out of 5 games played this 14 season of the IPL.
RCB scored a fine victory in the first opening IPL T20 tournament against MI, the reigning champions while SRH lost their first match against KKR (Kolkata Knight Riders).
It will be an interesting event to watch as both teams will take an aggressive approach to win. SRH will try to get at least 1 point and RCB will do their best to keep up the pace and momentum.
Click here for the updated points table, list of orange and purple caps!
Head to Head Details: SRH Vs. RCB
- Total games played: 18
- Won by SRH: 7
- Won by RCB: ten
- N / R: 1
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)
SRH has exceptional bowlers like Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi who took 2 wickets each. Next in line are Bhuvneshwar Kumar and T. Natarajan with one wicket each on file.
It was Jonny Bairstow (55 runs on 40 balls) and Manish Pandey (61 runs on 44 balls) who were instrumental in scoring on board.
David Warner, Wriddhiman Saha. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Sandeep Sharma could not reach the expected level. So it will be fun to watch their performance in the next game.
Middle order, especially Sunrisers Hyderabad’s lower middle order looks weak due to the lack of an explosive finisher in the squad and Sunrisers Hyderabad must look to improve on that front.
Will pass Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
We hope this 14th IPL season will be lucky for RCB. Whether stick, bowling or wicket; the IPL team now has balanced players. With players like Devdutt Padikkal; the team seems even more confident now.
Glenn Maxwell (39 runs on 28 balls) and AB de Villiers (48 runs on 27 balls) also contributed to the team with their winning performances.
And Harshal Patel with an impressive performance topping the Purple Cap list picking up 5 wickets.
Virat Kohli will try to score even more points as in the last match (33 out of 29 balls).
We expect RCB’s game XIs to remain the same, except for Devdutt Padikkal.
Probable game XIs:
- Virat Kohli (C)
- AB de Villiers
- Devdutt Padikkal
- Glenn maxwell
- Daniel Christian
- Washington sundar
- Kyle jamieson
- Harshal Patel
- Mohammad Siraj
- Yuzvendra chahal
- Shahbaz Ahmad
- David Warner (C)
- Manish pandey
- Wriddhiman Saha
- Jonny bairstow
- Abdul Samad |
- Vijay Shankar
- Mohammad Nabi
- Rashid khan
- Bhuvneshwar kumar
- T Natarajan
- Sandeep Sharma
Match 6; Field report: Chennai Stadium, Chepauk
Chennai Stadium has always proven itself for bowlers, unlike Mumbai Stadium. Considering the dew factors, hunting is a bit easier here. So it is better to play first as the chances of winning to chase the team are around 54%.
Average score of the first round: 163 points
Probability of winning the match:
According to our prediction, RCB has the greatest potential to win the game. With the previous victory against MI; they are already confident. While SRH must improve on the strike zone.