The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will now face the Capitals of Delhi (DC) in the 22nd match of this IPL 2021 at Narendra Modi Stadium (Ahmedabad) this Tuesday evening, April 27.
RCB won their first four matches, beating SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH), Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Rajasthan Royals (RR). Only in their last game against the Chennai Super Kings (CSK), RCB suffered their first loss in this IPL season, and that too in a big way.
IPL 2021, Match 22: Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (DC vs RCB) – RCB Prediction to play XI
Virat Kohli (C)
Captain Virat kohli is currently in good shape as he scored 151 points in five innings of the 2021 IPL. Although his first two innings of this tournament were identical 33 points on 29 balls on each occasion, those were crucial in the game. difficult hitting ground. He scored 72 steps against the Rajasthan Royals to secure the 10-wicket victory.
Opener Devdutt Padikkal scored a century against the Rajasthan Royals where he scored 101 not eliminated. In their last game against CSK, Padikkal provided the spirited start of 34 runs on 15 balls. He’s now in good shape with the bat where he’s only looking for runs.
AB de Villiers (week)
South African cricketer AB de Villiers has already played two decisive kicks in the 2021 IPL. After scoring 48 points against the Mumbai Indians in their first game of the season, De Villiers not only scored 76 out of 34 balls against KKR in their third game of this season.
Australian cricketer Glenn maxwell is the top race scorer for RCB in this 2021 IPL as he has scored 198 points in four rounds of this tournament. His scores in this tournament are 39, 59, 78 and 22 points, proving his incredible consistency with the bat.
Another Australian cricketer Daniel Christian has had limited opportunities in his three games of this 2021 IPL. Although he only scored 3 points with the bat, Christian did not pick up a wicket in his five overs. of this tournament.
Shahbaz Ahmed can return to RCB playing the XI that missed the last game. He was one of RCB’s heroes in their match against SRH, where his three wickets in one totally changed the situation in that match. However, despite having made two more matches after that game, as he made four appearances in the 2021 IPL, he has yet to deliver a ball.
Washington Sundar has won 3 wickets in five games of this 2021 IPL as he delivered 12. Although he has been sent to the top of the batting order on several occasions, he has failed to impress with his stick because his scores in this tournament are respectively 10, 8 and 7 points.
Versatile Australian Daniel Sams can replace New Zealand point guard Kyle Jamieson as RCB can now give the New Zealander some rest. The Daniel Sams Left Arm Stimulator can add variety to RCB bowling training. Plus, he’s a powerful lower-order drummer.
Harshal Patel was very impressed during the 2021 IPL, with the Purple Cap holder having won 15 wickets in five games of this tournament. Although he is exceptional this season, his only dark spot was the last against CSK where Ravindra Jadeja crushed him for 37 points (one without a ball).
Mohammed Siraj also impressed with the ball in this 2021 IPL. Although he picked up 5 wickets in five matches, his save rate in this tournament is 6.47 as he is very disciplined with the ball in every challenge.
Navdeep Saini played his first game of this 2021 IPL in the last game against CSK where he had bowling numbers of 2-0-27-0. However, RCB can use it more before making a decision on his fate in this IPL season as Saini has to prove his consistency with the ball.