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RCB top the table after a victory against the defending champions Mumbai Indians in their opener and coming back from the brink of defeat with some exceptional death over bowling against e Sunrisers. It’s fair to say they enjoy playing on this wicket, and they’ll be looking to take a huge step towards a top four finish by making it three from three here.
KKR suffered a collapse against the Mumbai Indians here last time out and failed to complete a chase that looked for all the world was going to be made light work.
The team batting first has come up trumps in each of KKR’s matches here so far, and the toss will have an almighty say on who comes out on top again here.
The Knight Riders’ 187 here against the Sunrisers is the highest total on this ground so far this season, though they seem heavily reliant on Nitish Rana for runs at the moment as their middle order, although strong on paper, hasn’t been able to come up with the goods on this ground yet.
RCB To Beat KKR
RCB seem to have a good balance at the moment, with Glenn Maxwell massively filling that void in the middle order that they were desperately lacking last season.
Washington Sundar has massively underperformed with the bat so far, though with the likes of Virat Kohli in top form and AB de Villiers never far away from a big score, they may just have too much firepower and confidence for KKR this time round.