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IPL 2018 Streaming Online RR vs RCB: When and where to watch the battle of Rajasthan with Bangalore

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IPL 2018, RR vs RCB: Rajasthan Royals  managed to steal the match from their contender Royal Challengers Bangalore today at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur. In a nail biting fixture, Rajasthan won by 30 runs, killing RCB’ hope for the playoffs.

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Match Summary

Invited by the home team to bowl first, RCB restricted Rajasthan at 164/5. In the absence of their main man Jos  Buttler, R. Tripathi and his 80 off 58 balls worked magic for the team.

RCB started off well and the match looked well in their hands. But  Shreyas Gopal (4/16) claimed crucial wickets of AB de Villiers (53) and Parthiv Patel (33). After that RCB tumbled from 75/1 to 134 all-out.

RR are are now fourth in the standings on 14 points, but could still miss out on Play-offs with Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab still to play their final group games.

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Rajasthan Royals win by 30 runs
Rajasthan Royals won the toss and opted to bat
RR – 164/5, RCB – 134 all out
Innings 2
  • In Over 19.2:134 all out, Siraj starts the over with four and is Caught by Gowtham on the next ball.
  • After Over 15: RCB – 108 runs with the loss of 6 wickets. Royal Challengers Bangalore need 57 runs in 30 balls. Tim Southee 4(9),  Sarfaraz Khan 7(7)
  • After Over 10: RCB – 84 runs with the loss of 3 wickets. Oh – oh, Bad news for RCB as RR manages to knock their wicket off.  AB de Villiers 42(26), Mandeep Singh 3(2)
  • After Over 5: Rcb – 45 runs with the loss of 1 wicket. Although Virat is gone Parthiv Patel 20(11) and AB de Villiers 20(10) are heading strongly towards the target.
Innings 1
  • After Over 20: RR – 164 with the loss of 5 wickets. , RCB needs 165 runs to win. Tim Southee serves the over as Krishnappa Gowtham comes into the attack and smacks 2 consecutive six’s. Gowthan is run out on the last ball. 15 runs from the over. R Tripathi 80(58)
  • After Over 15: RR – 113 runs with the loss of 3 wickets. R Tripathi 72(49),  Heinrich Klaasen 4(5)
  • After Over 10: RR – 74 runs with the loss of 1 wicket. RCB reins in the men at the crease. R Tripathi 37(28),  Ajinkya Rahane 26(22)
  • After Over 5: RR – 35 runs from the loss of 1 wicket.  R Tripathi 17(14),  Ajinkya Rahane 18(12)
Match Preview

Rajasthan and Bangalore both have earned 12 points each off 13 fixtures. The latter stands one step ahead on the points table with a + NRR. A loss will definitely knock out the team defeated and victory will get them a better chance of going through.

With Rajasthan’s main man Jos Buttler gone for the test against Pakistan with his England team along with Ben Stokes, Royal Challengers already have an upper hand.

With elimination around the corner, today might be the day that Rajasthan’s underperformers return with a bang. Knocking RCB from their comfort seat in a shocker of a match.

Although that feat is not as easy as it seems, after starting their campaign slowly, Bangalore has gained momentum and enters the fixture after 3 consecutive wins.

Rajasthan Royal Team
  • Ajinkya Rahane(c),
  • Rahul Tripathi,
  • D Arcy Short,
  • Sanju Samson(w),
  • Ben Stokes,
  • Jos Buttler,
  • Krishnappa Gowtham,
  • Shreyas Gopal,
  • Jofra Archer,
  • Dhawal Kulkarni,
  • Jaydev Unadkat,
  • Stuart Binny,
  • Mahipal Lomror,
  • Heinrich Klaasen,
  • Ankit Sharma,
  • Anureet Singh,
  • Zahir Khan,
  • Prashant Chopra,
  • Sudhesan Midhun,
  • Ben Laughlin,
  • Aryaman Birla,
  • Jatin Saxena,
  • Dushmantha Chameera
Royal Challengers Bangalore Team 
  • Virat Kohli (C),
  • Moeen Ali
  • Corey Anderson
  • Murugan Ashwin
  • Yuzvendra Chahal
  • Aniket Choudhary
  • Colin de Grandhomme
  • Quinton de Kock (W)
  • Pavan Deshpande
  • AB de Villiers
  • Aniruddha Joshi
  • Sarfaraz Khan
  • Kulwant Khejroliya
  • Brendon McCullum
  • Mandeep Singh
  • Mohammed Siraj
  • Pawan Negi
  • Parthiv Patel
  • Navdeep Saini
  • Tim Southee
  • Manan Vohra
  • Washington Sundar
  • Chris Woakes
  • Umesh Yadav