Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman Devdutt Padikkal has tested COVID positive, a week ahead of the first match of IPL 2021. Isolated from the team, Padikkal is currently under quarantine. Moreover, after testing positive, it is uncertain if he will play the IPL opener against Mumbai Indians on April 9. RCB’s key factor in IPL 2020 playoffs, Devdutt is third player to contract COVID-19 after Axar Patel and Nitish Rana.
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With probably the best team combination since its journey, Royal Challengers Bangalore ousted Kolkata Knight Riders in the latest encounter of the IPL 2020 on October 12. Batting first after winning the toss, RCB openers put a sound platform for its big guns to explode later in the inning at the smaller ground of Sharjah. Picking up from 16th over, AB de Villiers went after the KKR bowlers tigerishly and scored 73 runs off just 33 balls while… read-more
Just two wins of seven matches, this is certainly bizarre for the Chennai Super Kings' fans and for those who know the team's record. Chennai's awful expedition in the IPL 2020 remained intact in the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore as well. Chasing an above par target of 170, CSK opening pair was dismissed early by Washington Sundar. Chennai could score just 26 runs in the powerplay, lowest this season. Later, Rayudu and debutant… read-more
Over 400 runs scored and still the winner decided by a super-over, what else could be impeccably described as a roller-coaster game. In the IPL match between Mumbai and Bangalore, run-guzzling bowlers of either side were hammered for above 8 runs on average. However, just in the same plot appears Washington Sundar who not only completed his quota, but also conceded just 12 runs in his 4 over. Besides, he took a key wicket of in-form MI… read-more
Seems like Royal Challengers Bangalore has carried forward its poor fielding performance from last year, and this time even Virat Kohli is not spared. In the sixth match of IPL 2020, RCB captain Virat Kohli displayed a rare poor fielding performance by him. Kohli, considered to be one of the best fielders, dropped catches of Punjab's KL Rahul, which turned out to be nightmare for RCB. Virat dropped Rahul twice- one on 83 runs and another on… read-more
The limelight in IPL 2020's sixth match was stolen by Kings XI Punjab's skipper KL Rahul, who scored a scintillating century. Rahul scored an unbeaten 132 runs off 69 balls with embellishing his inning by 14 fours and 6 sixes. With Rahul's inning, Kings were able to put a target of 207 runs for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), which the later could not achieve. Rahul's inning… read-more
Australian pacer Kane Richardson, who was a part of RCB in IPL 2020, stated how difficult it was for him to withdraw from the tournament. Richardson, soon to be a father, said to cricket.com.au, "I don't think I'd be able to live with missing the birth of my first child". He told that he felt "… read-more
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After Suresh Raina's exit from IPL 2020, Australian cricketer Kane Richardson will also be missing the cricket tournament in the UAE due to unknown reasons. The player was part of Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). Meanwhile, RCB on August 31 announced Australian spinner Adam Zampa as a replacement for Richardson. However, Richardson is still a part of Australia's tour to England for ODIs and T20s.
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