CSK are coming off from an impressive win against their Arch Rivals Mumbai Indians it will certainly help the side Confidence.
Royal Challengers Bangalore are a heavy batting unit with the likes of Kohli, Maxwell and ABD.
Chennai Super Kings have won 8 out of the previous 10 encounters against RCB, this will certainly be in their minds.
It's the Contest between the two Southern Derby with Spectacular Fanbase around the country i.e Chennai Super Kings will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore at the 6 Hitting Venue i.e Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Chennai Super Kings started on a disastrous note in this phase of the Tournament being reduced to 7 for 4 against Mumbai but still being able to come on Top. Gaikwad has been in prolific form along with Faf at the Top of the Order. Moeen Ali, Raina and Rayudu forms a Solid Middle-order for the Side. Dhoni and Bravo will be assigned the lower middle order responsibility for quick runs in the death overs. Deepak Chahar is one of the most successful bowlers in the powerplay while Josh Hazelwood has adapted brilliantly to the T20 format. Shardul has been good with his variation along with Bravo in the death overs. Jadeja and Moeen Ali will be the spin options for the side.
Royal challengers are coming from one of their worst performances being bundled out for 94 against KKR. Skipper Kohli has to lead from Front along with Paddikal who has been impressive this season. Bharat, Maxwell and ABD in the middle order give strength to the side by their power-hitting ability but one of these has to carry on till the last. You never want to count out de Villiers and Maxwell on a tiny ground like Sharjah but both of them have been out of top-flight cricket for a while and could take some time getting back in the groove of things. RCB did not have enough runs to defend in the previous match and its performance with the ball cannot be taken too seriously. Hasaranga, Jamieson, Siraj, Chahal, and Patel should be able to come up with some better performances in the upcoming matches.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to field first. Sharjah is a small ground and defending targets can be very difficult. We are sure that whoever wins the toss is going to want to know exactly what the target is ahead of his team.
There is no threat of rain for this match as can be expected in the desert! The pitch is expected to be very good for batting with a nice amount of bounce and carry. The small boundaries make Sharjah a six-hitting paradise. A high Scoring Encounter is on the cards for sure.
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