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| On Updated : Oct 5, 2020 3:30 PM IST

IPL 2020: Massive boost for RCB, overseas fast bowler likely to feature against DC

RCB are likely to welcome their star bowling all rounder in Chris Morris in today’s IPL game against Delhi Capitals who are at the 2nd position in the points table. Chris Morris was signed for a whopping 10 crore rupees keeping in mind about the death bowling woes of Royal Challengers Bangalore over the years.

RCB have got off to a great start to their campaign as they have won 3 out of their 4 games and looking strong like never before in the past 3 or 4 years. They have managed to assemble a very good squad and are just executing their plans on the field which has reaped rewards for Virat Kohli and co till now.

Chris Morris to boast RCB's bowling attack?

Chris Morris is one of the best death bowlers in the world as far as T20 cricket is concerned. He has a stellar record at the death and has hit the form in the last year or so after having a very good BBL. He has also found his form with the bat which adds more value to him as a complete T20 package.

He missed the first 4 games for RCB due to a side strain and as per reports, he might just make his IPL debut for RCB in the game against Delhi Capitals in Dubai. If Chris Morris is fit, RCB might have to drop either of Adam Zampa or Isuru Udana to fit in Chris Morris in the playing 11

Can RCB complete hat-trick of victories?

RCB have won their previous two games and the momentum is on their side big time. They have players performing in all the departments which makes them a dangerous side at the moment. Their captain Virat Kohli has hit form at the right moment after compiling a watchful 72 from 53 balls against RR.

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The match will be played at Dubai where RCB have 3 out of their 5 games and are looking good for another victory.

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