A sneak-peak for the match against CSK
After a record win of 7 games in a row, RCB had lost the last one which was a blessing in disguise according to Captain Virat Kohli.
This view of Virat Kohli on the loss shows the fact that even one loss is not going to low the team's moral down, in fact Virat had rightly said that it is good that it happened before the Semi-Finals so they would get chance to over come their weakness. Seeing such a Positive attitude from Virat Kohli, we can very well come to know that even the whole of other RCB players are beaming with confidence and ready to take on CSK as well as to fight it hard in play-offs to progress further.
RCB's Strong Line-Up:-
Talking of RCB, except the last match against Punjab 11, our players are in very good form. Gayle has been giving cracking start at the top, Virat and AB have been the pillar of middle-order and Tiwary has been the ideal finisher. In the bowling unit, Zaheer has been getting his form back at the right time even though he was rested in last match, S.Arvind has been a stand-out performer with the ball with Charles doing well with whatever opportunity he is getting on his way. Mithun is doing well in patches and I am sure he will come good soon.
The return of Daniel Vettori is much talked upon now and it is surely going to work in RCB's favor. His left arm spin and best economical bowler so far for RCB and his ability to take crucial wickets is going to be very advantageous for RCB.
CSK's poor away Record:-
CSK on the other hand is having a topsy-turvey ride in IPL. Even though CSK are champions in Chennai, their homeground, their away match records does not hold so good. Even in their last match none of their batsman could hold good with exception of Saha. They cannot be underestimated as they are a very strong side but they will have to play better cricket in order to win against RCB and I am sure RCB will go all out and over power CSK and in the end it would be victory for RCB.