2020 playoff stage Indian Premier League (IPL) started with Mumbai Indians smashing Delhi’s capitals. On Friday, Royal Challengers Bangalore will take on Sunrisers Hyderabad and the winner of the two will take on the second qualifier in the qualifier. Both SRH and RCB are currently dependent on momentum as the Sunrisers want to extend their 3-match win streak while RCB is hoping to end their 4-match losing streak.
Schedule logistics around SRH vs RCB
We had four MI players and a couple of DCs ahead of the first qualifier. Both players of DC can be excluded to take one MI player and SRH-RCB players. This will help lead 3-4 players from both SRH and RCB for the second qualifier.
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What would be the combination of SRH vs RCB?
Jason holder He has been outstanding in whatever role he has got in the tournament so far. Holder’s involvement helped SRH change the table as they won four of the five matches where the all-rounder played. Holder has taken at least one wicket in all five matches and one-two wickets in four of them. He is going to be crucial in the fantasy team and could upset Virat Kohli in the powerplay with Sandeep Sharma. Sunrisers have got enough spin options to improve Kohli which is why we have not picked the captain of RCB in our fantasy teams.
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Safe team [Transfers left – 8; Points – 13690.5]
David Warner and AB de Villiers In big matches, they can be considered important batsmen for their respective teams. Both players have displayed some impressive batting in the second half. Therefore, he would be safe as captain and vice-captain for the eliminator.
Risky team [Transfers left – 8; Points – 13657.5]
The slowness of the Abu Dhabi track could help Rashid Khan run through the RCB line-up. Wriddhiman Saha has been scoring runs ever since he got the order. Therefore, the pair may join the top cast on Friday.