Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) certified for the IPL 2022 playoffs with eight wins in 14 league matches. They received their final league recreation by chasing down a complete of 169 runs in opposition to Gujarat Titans (GT). They’re up in opposition to Lucknow Tremendous Giants (LSG) within the ongoing Eliminator fixture. Forward of this match, former Indian cricketer Deep Dasgupta opined on the type of RCB.
Dasgupta reckoned that the staff has had dying bowling issues all through the match. He stated that Hazlewood has been terrific with the brand new ball however Mohammed Siraj has been patchy within the dying overs. The previous batter added that if there may be sufficient dew on the Eden Gardens, it could be tough for the staff’s lead bowler Harshal Patel.
“They’ve good bowlers within the type of Hazlewood, Harshal, and Hasaranga. However they nonetheless sort of lack with their dying overs as Hazlewood has solely been good in powerplay overs, whereas Siraj shouldn’t be having a superb season. All of it comes right down to Harshal Patel, however when there may be dew and the ball shouldn’t be gripping, it will likely be a problem for Bangalore because the final 5 overs haven’t been good for the staff,” stated Dasgupta on Sky247.internet presents ‘Not Simply Cricket’ Present on CricTracker.
RCB’s batting seems stable: Deep Dasgupta
Dasgupta added that all the batting unit of RCB has delivered tremendous performances, with the contribution of all the important thing gamers. The previous wicketkeeper concluded by saying that RCB could be aggressive with their efficiency, because of their deep line-up.
“He (Kohli) is doing good and regarded higher within the final recreation as he was amongst the runs. The dear runs would give him a distinct sort of confidence. Different batters like Patidar, Faf have been doing effectively, with DK having a wonderful season so the batting unit seems stable. For somebody like Bangalore, who’ve a deep batting line-up, with Harshal being helpful as effectively, they could be a little aggressive,” added Dasgupta.