Match between Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super Kings will be on 12th of april it’s going nail-biting match.
You don’t challenge Chennai Super Rulers in their own game at Chepauk except if you’re Rajasthan Royals. The Jaipur outfit have India’s best offspinner and the best legspinner in their positions and confronting the pair on a turning track can end up being a seriously modest bunch for any side. If necessary, they likewise have the choice to draft in Adam Zampa or use Murugan Ashwin as an effect sub.
One of the most memorable encounters between the two teams was the IPL final in 2008, which was the inaugural edition of the tournament. Rajasthan Royals, led by Shane Warne, defeated Chennai Super Kings by 3 wickets in a thrilling encounter to lift the trophy.
For the Royals hitters, the adjustment of approach will be very enormous considering the way that they played their last two games in batting amicable circumstances in Guwahati. In any case, even in turning conditions, their hitters might hold the edge over CSK going by history.
Jos Buttler’s record against finger turn in the IPL throughout the course of recent years is remarkable as midpoints north of 100 at a strike pace of 156. Sanju Samson could come to the party too given his record against left-arm spinners (SR of 161.93).
|Stats||Matches||RR Won||KKR Won||NR|
|In the last 5 matches||5||4||1||0|
RR vs CSK Odds
|IPL match||RR to Win||CSK to Win|
|RR vs CSK||1.84||1.92|