Lalchand Rajput predicts Royal Challengers Bangalore will win against Royals of Rajasthan

The Challengers are the only team that has gone undefeated so far and they sit second on the table with 6 points in three games.

Royal Challengers Bangalore. (Photo source: IPL / BCCI)

The sixteenth game of the Indian Premier League (IPL) between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) is currently underway at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Winning the draw, Royal Challengers skipper Virat Kohli chose to play, supporting himself and his team to chase any target. In addition, the site encouraged the pursuit of teams more often.

On a head-to-head count in the IPL history of these two teams, the two sides are on a level playing field, with 10 wins against each other in 23 games, with three going without. However, former Indian cricketer, coach and CricTracker expert Lalchand Rajput believes that the Challengers led by Virat Kohli can take the lead over Sanju Samson and his men in this meeting and record their fourth consecutive victory of the season.

Speaking on CricTracker’s live show “ In The Air ”, Rajput felt that he would choose the Royal Challengers Bangalore over the Royals also because they won the draw, which made them feel better. gives an advantage in this place. He mentioned that Glenn Maxwell and AB de Villiers are in good shape which may make it easier for RCB to chase. “I think the draw makes a big difference. Therefore RCB has the advantage today.

However, the former Indian player also said he believed it was Royals skipper’s night and he could shoot after three calm games. “I think it will be Sanju Samson’s day. If he can get a big score, a big hundred, and if Rajasthan can take the score above 200, then the game will be off to a good start, ”he said.

RCB, RR make a change each

Before the match, the two teams made a change each as RCB brought in Kane Richardson at the expense of Rajat Patidar, while RR included Shreyas Gopal in place of Jayadev Unadkat.

The Challengers are the only team that has gone undefeated so far and they sit second on the table with 6 points in three games. In contrast, the Royals are second from the bottom, with just 2 points after three games.

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