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MS Dhoni’s Chennai will take the field against Bangalore to save the honor

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Chennai Super Kings, who were on the verge of dropping out of the tournament after losing eight out of 11 matches of IPL 2020, tried to win against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday. You will have to gain respect by registering. CSK have six points from their 11 matches and the team can win all three matches by a big margin and reach the playoffs with a lot of agility. For this, the results of other teams should also be according to it.

The three-time IPL champion is struggling in every department in the current season. Team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was criticized for not expressing confidence in the young players. CSK included youngsters Ruturaj Gaikwad and Narayan Jagadishan in the final 11 against Mumbai Indians, but both batsmen were dismissed without opening the account. On Friday, none of the team’s batsmen could play against Mumbai Indians except Sam Curren. CSK Power Play could score just 21 runs for five wickets in front of the brilliant bowling of Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah. The bowlers of the team also failed to make an impact and suffered a 10-wicket defeat for the first time. Sam Curren has taken 173 runs and 10 wickets in 11 matches of the tournament. Apart from him, no player could perform continuously.
CSK, which occupies the last position in the points table, will get another tough challenge from the team of Virat Kohli. Royal Challengers Bangalore sit third in the table with 14 points. Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians, who occupy the first and second position, have the same number of points.

RCB will try to score two points in this match and improve net runrate, so that the team can benefit in the playoffs. Kohli’s team is in a resounding rhythm with two consecutive wins against Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knight Riders. AB de Villiers won the team on his own against Rajasthan, while Mohammad Siraj bowled brilliantly against KKR. He took two wickets in the maiden over, which helped the team beat the two-time champion by eight wickets.