Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings: live stream, score and time

Virat Vs MS Dhoni

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Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore will face off MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings in a high-voltage action on Friday. RCB will look to shed off their previous loss and start afresh. Meanwhile, CSK will be aiming to continue its winning start in Phase 2. RCB is coming off a humiliating nine-wicket loss against KKR Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) is always an eventful game. Cricket fans from all over look forward to this fixture, especially because of the presence of two heavy-weights of Indian cricket in it: MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli.

Royal Challengers Bangalore are all set to lock horns with Chennai Super Kings in Match No.35 of the 2021 Indian Premier League on Friday, September 24 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. The Super Kings, led by MS Dhoni, is placed second in the table with 12 points and a net run rate of 1.223. Going into the next game, CSK has been bolstered with the inclusion of Sam Curran, who’s out of quarantine. But numbers don’t speak for CSK. In the 2020 IPL, the Yellow Army lost all three of their matches in Sharjah. Meanwhile, a win in their next match will take them back at the top of the table.

The 35th match of the Vivo IPL 2021 will be played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings. Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore will be squaring off against MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings on 24th September at the Sharjah Cricket Association Ground. Royal Challengers Bangalore has won 5 of their 8 matches so far and is currently standing third on the table. On the other hand, Chennai Super Kings have won 6 of 8 their games and are currently placed at the second spot on the points table.

RCB vs CSK: Match prediction

The pitch in Sharjah was a batting paradise to start within IPL 2020. Scores of over even the 200-run mark weren’t deemed safe to defend. As the tournament progressed, the spinners also got a fair amount of assistance. A high-scoring game seems to be on the cards. The Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium provides a neutral wicket where both the departments are expected to receive a decent amount of help from the surface. Spinners can come lethal in the middle overs while pacers will be in the game throughout. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will be heading into the match with a victory.

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Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be heading into the game with a loss in their name. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will be heading into the match with a victory. Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be heading into the game with a loss in their name.RCB is yet to settle down as a unit as the likes of AB de Villiers, Glenn Maxwell and captain Kohli himself looked far from firing against KKR. CSK have traditionally enjoyed an upper hand against Kohli’s men and have momentum on their side to bag their second win in a row in the second leg of IPL 2021.

Also read: IPL 2020: RCB vs DC Match Highlights And Overview

RCB vs CSK: Live Stream

Fans can watch and enjoy IPL 2021 Live on the Star India Network channels in 8 languages. Other than English & Hindi, the league will be broadcasted in 6 regional languages.

All the action of IPL 2021 will also be simulcasted and LIVE STREAMED on Star’s video on demand platform Disney+Hotstar. But for that, either IPL FANS will have to take an annual or monthly subscription to the platform.

RCB vsCSK: Match Preview

On paper, this is a clash between two top sides who both have had good results in IPL 2021 so far. But, after the first round of matches since IPL 2021 re-started, there appears to be a wider gulf between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore than a difference of just two points suggests. Super Kings outdid Mumbai Indians at their own game, seemingly dead and buried but rising, like Undertaker in WWE, to deliver chokeslams and tombstone piledrivers to the defending champions.

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Royal Challengers, on the other hand, sank to one of their heaviest defeats against Kolkata Knight Riders. What Royal Challengers missed in their first return game was the runs AB de Villiers and Glenn Maxwell had provided in the India leg of the tournament. The rest of the batting had revolved around the two middle-order powerhouses, but when neither got going, it seemed to leave a big hole in the line-up. However, it was just one game into the re-start, and Virat Kohli did stress that there was no reason for the team to panic.

Also read: IPL 2020: CSK vs RCB Match Highlights