RCB vs SRH Were Getting Tears In Our Eyes - Aakash Chopra On

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RCB Vs SRH Were Getting Tears In Our Eyes Aakash Chopra On

As the IPL season kicks off with the RCB vs SRH match‚ we were all wondering how we were supposed to watch the first game. After all‚ the Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad are a top four and top three team in the IPL‚ respectively. But in order to win this game‚ RCB must play their best middle-order lineup with Williamson. The right mix of batting and bowling will help them win the game.

RCB vs SRH Getting Tears in Our Eyes

We were getting tears in our eyes when we watched RCB vs SRH match last night. The two teams have a great chance of winning the IPL 13 but it is the RCB batsmen who have the potential to win this match. Virat Kohli‚ David Warner‚ AB de Villiers‚ Jonny Bairstow and Mohammad Nabi are all in the RCB side‚ but SRH are not without their superstars. Aakash Chopra‚ a former India cricketer‚ has a few predictions for this match. RCB vs SRH: Aakash Chopra On Virat Kohli's Dry Streak As for the game itself‚ RCB vs SRH was a must-watch for all IPL fans. Aakash Chopra's commentary was excellent‚ and he gave us the necessary unbiased analysis. His insights on both teams made us tear up as well. He explained the game's dynamics in a way that we could understand. RCB had to make a stand at the top and SRH had to make a decision. But they failed to make the call. SRH needed 84 from their last over. The opener‚ Rohit Sharma‚ had a rash decision in this crucial situation. But with the help of his partner‚ Aakash Chopra‚ the Mumbai captain made the right decision.

RCB vs SRH drubbing

Aakash Chopra dropped a bombshell when he predicted a RCB vs SRH win‚ saying that the Sunrisers should play Kane Williamson in the middle order. The former Australian fast bowler also said that the Sunrisers should drop Mohammad Nabi from the team and play Kane Williamson in the middle order. Chopra also claimed that Navdeep Saini would be the key bowler for the Challengers. Despite the RCB vs SRH clash‚ Aakash Chopra's predictions of the playing XIs for the match have been proven accurate time again. The former Indian spinner believes that RCB have a good chance of finishing inside the top two spots in the IPL points table and wants them to continue playing like they are. RCB's bowling attack has been one of the main reasons for their success in the IPL. Former Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell praised the RCB bowling attack‚ while Mohammed Siraj and Wanindu Hasaranga are finding their form. Both teams are lacking in the batting department‚ and Aakash Chopra believes that RCB will be able to exploit this weakness and post a huge win.

RCB should play Williamson in middle-order

The decision to play Kane Williamson in the middle order is not a bad one‚ as he could be an ideal partner for the power-hitting David Warner. Williamson would also push some of the SRH batsmen down‚ including Manish Pandey and Wriddhiman Saha. Besides‚ Williamson has a cricketing mind and will happily pick the batsman's mind. After a disappointing start to the tournament‚ SRH have come back strongly. They have a high confidence level‚ and their pace unit is playing some of their best cricket this season. Whether or not they win the match will be interesting to see. Nevertheless‚ there are certain factors to consider before making a final decision. One of these factors is Williamson's fitness. Kane Williamson's injury is an obvious worry. Despite being an exceptional batsman in 2017 and 2018‚ his IPL form has been patchy. In fact‚ his recent injury put a shadow on his entire IPL campaign. The team would be better served if they play Williamson in the middle order. While it may be tempting to play Williamson in the middle-order‚ a lack of experience may be more pressing. Despite the recent poor form of RCB‚ Kane Williamson has shown his abilities in the IPL. Kane Williamson‚ the captain of RCB‚ was superb against the Kolkata Knight Riders last week. He also has the ability to pull a rhino out of a hat. His catch of Virat Kohli at second slip was a classic yorker special‚ which was also recalled in the IPL. SRH dominated the first two games of the season‚ with a lethal bowling attack. Having lost Rashid Khan from their opening over‚ the SRH bowlers applied pressure and got Kohli out for his golden duck. The rest of RCB's middle-order fell apart‚ as well‚ and RCB were eventually dismissed for just 68 in the 17th over. As expected‚ Kane Williamson was the toss winner and elected to bowl against RCB. Before the match‚ Williamson provided an update on the fitness of Washington Sundar. While Williamson has been inconsistent in the powerplay‚ the South African has been consistent in picking wickets. Meanwhile‚ Umran Malik is finding the accuracy in his bowling and Marco Jansen could be the game-changer. Williamson has been a quiet but consistent player for RCB‚ but is vital for the middle order. After a brief discussion with the media‚ RCB have decided to stick with the original plan and play Williamson in the middle-order. The Australian's batsmen have played well in the middle-order‚ but the RCB skipper should not be surprised to see that Williamson is playing in the middle-order. It will give the team a much-needed boost to their NRR.