RCB vs KKR Dream11 Prediction: Luck plays a very important part in Indian Premier League where there is nothing much separating the eight teams in terms of talent. Two of the lucky teams this season Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders are set to meet today to decide who is luckier. If you have followed the IPL-13 from Day 1 you will be surprised to see KKR and RCB at No. 3 and 4 position respectively both having 4 wins from 6 matches because there have been evident problems with the two units. RCB have problems in their middle-order and their bowling has always been below par while KKR are still waiting for their foreigners to start making impact. Even then the teams are in such good position and imagine where they will finish if they solve their problems as then they will be close to the two best teams in the competition, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals. So, tonight will decide which team will carry on with their good fortunes and which team will hit a roadblock.
Indian Premier League Season 13
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders
Date – Monday, 12 October 2020
Time: 7:30 PM (IST); 6:00 PM (Local Time)
Venue – Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah
Pitch Report: In the last match at Sharjah we saw Rajasthan restricting Sunrisers below 200 which they could not chase hinting that the pitch may have slowed a bit. Even then, Sharjah remains a batting paradise and expect team batting first to go for a 200+ score. It will be interesting to see what the captain who wins the toss decided having seen two successful run-chases last night.
Team News RCB: RCB welcomed back Chris Morris in their last match and he looked in good shape and rhythm. Kohli will not be looking to change too much but would be hoping that Finch and de Villiers, who have been on and off, have a solid hit tonight.
Team News KKR: Kolkata were the only team that started the tournament with all their options available, but that has changed now. Russell injured himself trying to save a boundary in the last game and didn’t bowl while Narine was warned for a suspect bowling action. Will KKR replace them or risk them playing remains to be seen.
BLR vs KOL Dream11 Playing 11
BLR Playing 11 (probable)
1 Aaron Finch
2 Devdutt Padikkal
3 Virat Kohli (capt)
4 AB de Villiers (wk)
5 Gurkeerat Singh Mann
6 Shivam Dube
7 Washington Sundar
8 Chris Morris
9 Isuru Udana
10 Navdeep Saini
11 Yuzvendra Chahal
KOL Playing 11 (probable)
1 Shubman Gill
2 Rahul Tripathi
3 Nitish Rana
4 Eoin Morgan
5 Dinesh Karthik (capt, wk)
6 Andre Russell/Tom Banton
7 Sunil Narine
8 Pat Cummins
9 Kamlesh Nagarkoti/Shivam Mavi
10 Prasidh Krishna
11 Varun Chakravarthy
Virat Kohli: We told you to keep faith in him even before he played that innings against Chennai Super Kings and there is no looking away from him now. Kohli has got his first match-winning score and he will be hard to stop now. The thing that makes Kohli great is the hunger he has for the run and he will go to any length to satisfy that hunger. He is a no-nonsense option in RCB vs KKR Dream 11 Prediction.
Sunil Narine: Narine is in controversy once again because of his bowling action but you expect KKR to keep trust in him, like they have done in the past. One thing we can’t ignore is that it was Narine’s death over bowling in the last two games that won Kolkata the matches. He will be aware that all the eyes will be on his action and he would be careful but dangerous tonight.
AB de Villiers: De Villiers failed to open his account in the last match against CSK and he will be the first one to admit that he needs to get his act right. ABD must give himself a couple of deliveries before he goes for big shots as he is too good a player to throw it away in the first few deliveries he faces. He is the man who can hit the KKR’s mystery spinners a long way.
Shubman Gill: A lot was expected from Gill before the season started and he has not disappointed so far. However, Gill does consume a lot of deliveries upfront and avoids taking any risks which can prove fatal for his own team (see what’s happening with KL Rahul and KXIP) but that shouldn’t worry you when it comes to Fantasy League points.
Chris Morris: The South African all-rounder had his first outing for RCB against CSK and he was impressive. He bowled good lengths and also produced a couple of good Yorkers. Morris is handy with the bat too and RCB may give him more chances once he is settled in the squad. He will bowl at least two overs in death and that gives him chance to pick wickets. He could be a great addition in RCB vs KKR Dream11 Predicted Playing 11..
Nitish Rana: Rana is one of the few top-order players in this IPL who plays fearless cricket. Yes, he hasn’t made much of an impact this season but you expect that to change sooner rather than later. He will be itching to have a go against RCB seamers and spinners.