RR Predected XI vs RCB: The return of the Under-19 World Cup star could increase Rajasthan’s chances against Bangalore

Two defeats in three games put the Rajasthan Royals’ campaign in a bit of a turmoil and, even more so, given the disappointing beating performance, the team put together the defeat against the Chennai Super Kings. Regardless of the positives the Royals have achieved since their victory over Delhi Capitals, they have been replaced by a reality check made by CSK, which has surpassed them by 45 runs.

After they finished at the bottom of the pile last year, the back-to-back wooden spoon finishes wouldn’t like the idea, and to make sure it doesn’t happen again, RR will have to make sure you bring the campaign back on the right track and do whatever it takes to get a winning boost. Their next opponents are Royal Challengers Bangalore, the only undefeated team in IPL 2021 and one that has won three back-to-back matches, for which it is likely to include the next XI.

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1 Bottom Buttler: With Ben Stokes already out of the tournament, the Royals received a major shake-up. But with another Englishman from Down Buttler stepping up and playing a promising 49 is exactly what the top of the order needs. Expect Buttler to keep his place on the sidelines, although he opens the half with another partner.

2 Yashasvi Jaiswal: India’s Campaign for India’s Under-19 World Cup 2020, Yashasvi Jaiswal is surprisingly still to get a game for the Royals. However, Manan Vohra managed to score 12, 9 and 14, the Punjab bat could have exhausted his chances. In time, the team leadership replaced Vohra with young blood and gave him a long run to the top.

3 Sanju Samson (Capt / WK): Again, Sanju Samson started the tournament with a blast, but followed with a whimper in the last two games, scoring 4 and 1. There was so much talk about Samson’s need to score consistently bigger, and if the RR captain doesn’t want to be allowed to play, it’s time to get a big one at the top of the tournament so far.

4 Shivam Dube: The young Shivam Dube has scored 23, 2 and 17 in three matches so far and although there may be average numbers for any other player, the young left-handed handball player is something special and is likely to cling to the spot for at least one play in the middle order.

5 David Miller: In 2014, playing for the Punjab Kings, David Miller and Glenn Maxwell set fire to the IPL. Seven seasons later, both play for different franchises and, while Maxwell proved why it is called The Big Show, the battle in South Africa presented similar nuances against the capitals of Delhi. Miller, who hit hard, could be RR’s key in the middle order, in Stokes’ absence.

6 Rahul Tewatia: Tewatia looked very good against CSK, scoring 20 of 15, hitting two sixs during his short session. RR could play Tewatia who is fighting for a place in 6th place, which creates room for an experienced all-rounder bowling at number 7

7 Shreyas Gopal: Riyan Parag is a very talented cricketer, but RR might as well try to replace him with the experienced Shreyas Gopal. With an extraordinary hit rate in the T20s, Gopal is odea’s competitor to score a few quick runs, and his ability to break crucial partnerships is nothing new.

8 Chris Morris: The most expensive cricketer in IPL history has played decently lately, claiming 2/33, but was fired for nothing with the bat. A big half is just around the corner for the general team.

9 Jaydev Unadkat: Maybe he disappeared without a wicket in four innings and gave 40 runs, but a bad match does not erase the fact that Unadkat is one of the best in India in the dead innings. Last year, AB de Villiers took him out of the attack and from the next matches, and the pacer with his left arm would be eager to go one over RCB.

10 Chetan Sakariya: More than posting an inspirational message about MS Dhoni’s status, Chetan Sakariya impressed with his bowling against CSK, lifting 3/36 and being the best bowler in the show. The young man continues to show promise and RR would expect him to keep his ascent intact.

11. Andrew Tye: RR could shake things up a bit, bringing Andrew Tye in place of Mustafizur Rahman, who, frankly, has shown improvement in the last two games. However, in the past, Andrew Tye has been known as a brilliantly dying patient and is something RR would certainly like against one of the best fights in the IPL.