Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have decided to bowl first by winning the toss against Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the 16th match of IPL-14 released at Wankhede Stadium on Thursday. During this time an incident happened that everyone started laughing. Actually, the toss was won by Virat Kohli, but he felt Sanju Samson won the toss. Samson called Tales while Kohli tossed the coin while Head came.
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When Ian Bishop inquired about the decision, Virat pushed Sanju forward. However, he immediately came forward as soon as he realized that he had won the toss. Laughing he said – what should I do, it is not a habit to win the toss, is it not? Everyone started laughing here. Please tell that this is the fourth match of the two teams this season. Bangalore have so far won all three while Rajasthani won one match and two matches.
Bangalore is in second place in the table of eight teams while Rajasthan team is in seventh place. Both RCB and Royals have been tough rivals in the IPL. There has been a match between the two so far. A total of 22 matches have been played between the two so far, both of them have won 10-10 matches.
On the other hand, if we talk about 2018, Royals have won three and RCB have won two matches in three matches. In today’s match, Chris Maurice and Shreyas Gopal can prove to be important, this is because Captain Kohli has been dismissed three times by Gopal, while the bat of Glenn Maxwell, who is in good form, has remained calm in front of Maurice, who gave him Has been out three times. At the same time, he has sent AB de Villiers to the pavilion four times.
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However, the pair of Kohli-de Villiers likes this ground in Mumbai very much. Barring the Mumbai Indians batsmen, it is the most successful pair of this ground, having scored 321 runs in six matches at an average of 64.2, that too in just 180 balls.
Royal Challengers Bangalore: Virat Kohli (captain), Devdutt Padikkal, Shahbaz Ahmed, Glenn Maxwell, AB de Villiers (wicketkeeper), Washington Sundar, Kyle Jamieson, Kane Richardson, Harshal Patel, Mohammad Siraj, Yuzvendra Chahal
Rajasthan Royals: Jose Butler, Manan Vohra, Sanju Samson (captain-wicketkeeper), Shivam Dubey, David Miller, Ryan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Chris Maurice, Shreyas Gopal, Chetan Sakaria, Mustafizur Rahman