The sixth match of IPL 2021 sees Royal Challengers Bangalore taking on Sunrisers Hyderabad on Wednesday. The South-derby will see David Warner’s side hunting down for their first win, while RCB will look to win their second consecutive game.
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Royal Challengers Bangalore have got off to a wonderful start in the tournament. They are coming off with an inspiring 2-wicket win against MI. On the other hand, Sunrisers Hyderabad suffered a 10-run defeat at the hands of Kolkata Knight Riders in their first game. They would look to forget what happened in the past and earn their first points ahead of the game against RCB.
AB de Villiers starred for RCB in the last game. Glenn Maxwell too looked good for his 28-ball 39. These are ominous signs for RCB going ahead in the tournament. The fans would want Virat Kohli also to get amongst the runs. As of the changes, Devdutt Padikkal is likely to get back in the side. He will replace either Rajat Patidar or Shahbaz Ahmed in the eleven.
David Warner went cheaply in the last game. The skipper would be hungry to get back on the crease and get some runs behind his back. With Jonny Bairstow in good form, it is unlikely that Kane Williamson will make the cut in the next game.
Barring Rashid Khan, no other bowler stood up against KKR in SRH’s last game. Over the years, SRH has had the best bowling attacks. Thus, you could expect them to come harder in the next game against RCB on Wednesday.
SRH vs RCB Live Telecast:
The match will be telecasted on Star Sports Network and SRH vs RCB live streaming will be available on Hotstar.