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Friday, April 21, 2017

2017 IPL Season 10 Match 29 RCB Vs SRH @ Bengaluru Tuesday April 25,2017


SRH lead 6-4 and have won their last three games against Royal Challengers. That being said, the hosts lead 3-2 at the Chinnaswamy.

2017 IPL Season 10 Points Table



  1. lost to SRH by 35 Runs
  2. beat DD by 15 Runs
  3. lost to KXIP by 8 Wickets
  4. lost to MI by 4 Wickets
  5. lost to RPS by 27 Runs
  6. beat GL by 21 Runs
  7. lost to KKR by 2 Runs

  1. beat RCB by 35 Runs
  2. beat GL by 9 Wickets
  3. lost to MI by 4 Wickets
  4. lost to KKR by 17 Runs
  5. beat KXIP by 5 Runs
  6. beat DD by 15 Runs
  7. lost to RPS by 6 Wickets
SRH  have lost all three of their away games this season

RCB  no longer can call the Chinnaswamy their fortress. They have lost two of their three matches at home

RCB's  middle-order batsmen have the worst average among all teams in 2017. Their Nos. 4 through 7 average 18.45 and have the poorest strike-rate (125.51).

Teams share points as match called off due to rain

RCB had to endure a washout at home, putting their hopes of making the playoffs in jeopardy.
RCB  have only two wins from eight matches so far and might have to win each of their next six games to be among the top four on the points table. Should they pull off such a streak, they will have 17 points. Only four times in the IPL's past nine years have teams got through to the final four with less than 16 points.

SRH on the other hand, are already at third place, might well have enjoyed having an extra night off during a tournament so hectic

The umpires finally called the game off at 11 pm, which meant David Warner's men continue searching for their first win away from home in 2017.

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