IPL 2019: Today IPL Match Live Updates RCB v CSK 39th Match M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru – Bangalore won by 1 run

IPL 2019: Today IPL Match Live Updates RCB v CSK 39th Match M.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bengaluru – Bangalore won by 1 run

Today IPL Match Live Updates RCB v CSK 39th Match:

  • BANGALORE 161/7 (20.0) CHENNAI 160/8 (20.0) CRR: 8 Bangalore won by 1 run
  • END OF OVER:19 | 10 Runs 1 Wkt | CSK: 136/7 (26 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.15, RRR: 26.00)
  • Eighth Wicket :  Dwayne Bravo c Parthiv Patel b Navdeep Saini 5(4)
  • CHENNAI 113/6 (17.0) CRR: 6.65 REQ: 16.33 Chennai need 49 runs in 18 balls
  • 50 for Dhoni. He came in at a time when the score read 28-4 and he’s managed to make CSK come near to this target. It’s still some task away though with a profound runs to ball needed economy keeping RCB ahead at the moment. All depends who’ll bowl the final two now
  • Seventh Wicket ;  Jadeja run out (Navdeep Saini) 11(12)
  • Jadeja decides to give up his wicket here. Dhoni entirely at fault here, decided to give Jadeja the go ahead for that run before refusing midway. Jadeja has to go for 11 runs but it’s hardly his fault here. All up to Dhoni and Bravo for CSK now
  • CHENNAI 105/5 (16.0) CRR: 6.56 REQ: 14.25
  • Chahal’s spell ended with a six as Dhoni steps out to hit past the ropes to end the 16th over. What RCB have though are their frontline pacers still left to clean up the death overs with Kohli giving 7 bowlers a go today. Kohli needs to get his tactics spot on here.
  • END OF OVER:15 | 6 Runs | CSK: 92/5 (70 runs required from 30 balls, RR: 6.13, RRR: 14.00)
  • 15 Over Update: With a humongous 69 more to get off the final 5 overs, CSK have to decide when they want to up the ante. It’s understandable why they’re opting to go slow with half the side down but this ever increasing run rate isn’t doing them any favours. It’s time to go for the big shots
  • END OF OVER:14 | 3 Runs 1 Wkt | CSK: 86/5 (76 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 6.14, RRR: 12.66)
  • Fifth Wicket :  Rayudu b Chahal 29(29) [4s-2 6s-1]
  • RCB have finally struck. It’s taken time coming but what they’ll be concerned about is that it’s come at long last. Spun back into Rayadu, caught him completely flummoxed and as it goes onto hit his front pad and go onto the wickets, he’s lost his wicket. Bowled for Chahal for 29
  • CHENNAI 83/4 (13.0) CRR: 6.38 REQ: 11.29 Chennai need 79 runs in 42 balls
  • CHENNAI 70/4 (12.0) CRR: 5.83 REQ: 11.5 Chennai need 92 runs in 48 balls
  • 70-4 after 12 overs. Just the 4 from this over and as the run rate keeps shooting up, CSK will have to take the onus to deliver an outright match winning performance to up the scoring rate. It has everything in it to be a humdinger and edge of the seat thriller
  • Extremely close call for the third umpire. That looked to be a usual decision with the way RCB appealed but replays showed that it was a much tighter affair. Rayadu just about managed to bring his shoe down in the nick of time to survive that stumping
  • CHENNAI 66/4 (11.0) CRR: 6 REQ: 10.67 Chennai need 96 runs in 54 balls
  • END OF OVER:10 | 4 Runs | CSK: 57/4 (105 runs required from 60 balls, RR: 5.70, RRR: 10.50)
  • Chahal finally on for RCB. What some much terrific depth in the batting unit means for CSK is that despite losing 4 quick wickets, they’re still in this chase. Something hardly any-other side can associate with. RCB need another couple here in the next overs if they can start to relax. 57-4 after 10 overs.
  • CHENNAI 53/4 (9.0) CRR: 5.89 REQ: 9.91 Chennai need 109 runs in 66 balls
  • CHENNAI 46/4 (8.0) CRR: 5.75 REQ: 9.67 Chennai need 116 runs in 72 balls
  • 46-4 after 8 overs as Kohli calls on spin to continue tightening the scruff over the opposition. Rayadu and Dhoni only knocking the ball around at the moment as they look to stop this leakage of wickets. All about papering over the cracks
  • CHENNAI 39/4 (7.0) CRR: 5.57 REQ: 9.46 Chennai need 123 runs in 78 balls
  • END OF OVER:6 | 9 Runs 1 Wkt | CSK: 32/4 (130 runs required from 14 overs, RR: 5.33, RRR: 9.28)
  • Powerplay Update: Irresponsible, maligned and derogatory batting by CSK coupled with right on the money bowling and captaincy by RCB have crumbled CSK in pursuit of this run chase. 32-3 after 6 overs and RCB are sitting well on top at the moment.
  • Fourth Wicket : Kedar Jadhav c de Villiers b U Yadav 9(9) [4s-2] 
  • Unbelievable stuff from RCB. After being so absent in the powerplay previously, RCB get 4 in the powerplay today. The most they’ve ever managed to pick up in the first 6 overs and it’s Umesh who gets his second this time around. Jadhav goes for just the 9 runs. 28-4 and CSK are under massive pressure here
  • CHENNAI 23/3 (5.0) CRR: 4.6 REQ: 9.27 Chennai need 139 runs in 90 balls
  • They’ve gone for the DRS! A very difficult one to call for Kohli but with Parthiv do adamant, he’s decided to go for it. Jadhav flicks but the ball only hit his pad and there was no bat on it. Saves his wicket here.
  • END OF OVER:4 | 5 Runs 1 Wkt | CSK: 17/3 (145 runs required from 16 overs, RR: 4.25, RRR: 9.06)
  • Third Wicket : du Plessis c de Villiers b U Yadav 5(15)
  • Over 4: This is turning out to be such a diabolic showing for CSK. They’ve lost their top 3 batsmen for a mere 17 runs and as Faf du Plessis exits the stage as well, out for just 5 off 15 balls, things are quickly going downwards for CSK. Umesh the wicket taker with a loose shot getting the wicket
  • CHENNAI 12/2 (3.0) CRR: 4 REQ: 8.82
  • End of 3 and it’s 12-2 for CSK. What won’t worry them is that the target isn’t too big a one to traverse and if they can see out Steyn’s over with losing further wickets, Umesh has to follow up. Can RCB meanwhile resonate this same bowling throughout?
  • CHENNAI 7/2 (2.0) CRR: 3.5 REQ: 8.61 Chennai need 155 runs
  • Second Wicket : Raina b Steyn 0(1)
  • He’s bowled him. What an over for RCB! Full, past, into Raina’s feet and with absolutely no feet movement he’s been cleaned up. Completely beleaguered by that delivery to depart for a diamond 0 off the first ball itself. Another player whose failed to impress this season, showing he’s well past it. CSK in trouble.
  • First Wicket :  Watson c Stoinis b Steyn 5(3) [4s-1]
  • Watson’s floundering form in this year continues. After having a good season in 2018, he’s totally failed to get going this time around. Has fallen cheaply almost all the time he’s stepped out. Goes for 5, caught by Stoinis
  • Second Inning Start ; Watson and du Plessis are at the crease. Watson is on strike. Steyn will open the attack
  • Parthiv: Have got starts in few innings before. Good to convert it into fifty. We were looking for 175-180, but we’ve got runs on the board. 160 isn’t a small score either. Couple of early wickets and it can go either way. Were looking for a left-right combination (reason for sending Stoinis ahead of Moeen). Great to be batting with Virat and AB. Don’t have to worry about anything.
  • BANGALORE 161/7 (20.0) CRR: 8.05
  • Bits and pieces innings with nothing conducive from their batsmen has been RCB somehow manage to scamper their way to 161-7. It’s a score that is atleast 20 runs short of the requisite one and with RCB’s bowlers not renowned for their wicket taking abilities, the momentum lies with CSK at the moment.
  • Seventh Wicket : MM Ali c Thakur b Bravo 26 (16b 5×4 0x6) SR: 162.50
  • 2 4 . 4 W: After deciding to give pace on the ball, Bravo is quick to restore back to what works for him. Takes the pace off the ball, makes Ali force the issue and gets him caught out for 25 by Shardul. Nobody to blame by RCB’s contingent for sending him down so low.
  • Runs Scored: 9 0 2 4 1L 2 W –  Score after 19 overs RCB 150-6
  • 150-6 as Pawan becomes the latest casualty in RCB’s innings. Chahar ends his spell with his second wicket to finish with figures of 2-25. Time for Stoinis to play all of Bravo’s six deliveries and try to take this to as big as possible. Plenty of slower deliveries upcoming our way
  • Sixth Wicket : Negi c Rayudu b Chahar 5(6)
  • BANGALORE 141/5 (18.0) CRR: 7.83
  • BANGALORE 132/5 (17.0) CRR: 7.76
  • It’s turning out to be yet another treacherous end to the death overs for RCB. With Stoinis departing, we are left wondering why Moeen was demoted after his innings of 66 the other day. Decisions like these have cost RCB the season
  • Fifth Wicket :Stoinis c (sub)Shorey b Tahir 14(13) [6s-1]
  • Fourth Wicket : Parthiv Patel c Watson b Dwayne Bravo 53(37) [4s-2 6s-4]
  • 50 for partnership and following that he’s been dismissed. Tried to cut, hit it infront but he failed to get the ball over Watson who takes the catch above his head. Bravo gets his first and it’s all upto Moeen and Stoinis to take this to as big as possible for their side.
  • 50 up for Parthiv. In a season where RCB have disappointed bitterly, much to our surprise, he’s been the most consistent batsman for his side. He hits another half-century for his side, getting the bulk of his runs on the legside region.
  • END OF OVER:15 | 10 Runs | RCB: 118/3 | RR: 7.86
  • Over 15 Update: They’ve decided to promote Stoinis and he’s decided to take on CSK’s spin pair of Jadeja and Tahir. Ends the 15th with a six, takes the score to 118-3 and RCB are looking to take this score to a huge one. If they can touch 180 on this wicket, they’ll be looking to make this is one to fight for
  • Third Wicket : Akshdeep Nath c du Plessis b Jadeja 24(20) [4s-1 6s-1]
  • Mid-on region comes into play with Faf du Plessis latching onto the catch. This pair has struck yet again to get a wicket for CSK and Jadeja has gotten his second wicket of the day. Needless shot and you need to learn to apply yourself better once you’ve set yourself in the middle. 99-3
  • END OF OVER:12 | 9 Runs | RCB: 95/2 | RR: 7.91
  • All spin for CSK and the slower bowlers are going for runs. Something not associated with CSK’s bowling unit and this partnership has steadied and stabilized things for RCB. Some sort of cohesion to their innings at long last. 95-2
  • BANGALORE 74/2 (10.0) CRR: 7.4
  • 10 Over Update: It’s been slow going for RCB as they look to repair the early blow to them in the form of Kohli and AB de Villiers. These have the mainstays always for RCB and with them pummeled early on, it’s all about holding fort.
  • END OF OVER:9 | 3 Runs | RCB: 70/2 | RR: 7.77
  • Second Wicket ; de Villiers c du Plessis b Jadeja 25(19) [4s-3 6s-1]
  • BANGALORE 49/1 (6.0) CRR: 8.17
  • Powerplay Update: Chahar and Thakur have done quite the job here for CSK. Both the only two who’ve been bowled in the field restrictions, probably the first time we’ve seen this. That wicket of Kohli has had massive consequences on RCB’s innings. 45-1 after 6 overs.
  • Chahal’s first two overs have seen him being given an extended spell here. He’s on for his third over in a row here as Dhoni looks to pile on the maximum pressure possible on RCB. Futile batting effort on display at the moment with just the 31-1 after 5 overs.
  • RCB have been caught unaware in the opening three overs. With Kohli gone, AB de Villiers will be more cautious to not throw his wicket away as well. Just the 11 runs and it’s all about holding fort and not allowing CSK to mull them here.
  • First Wicket : Kohli c Dhoni b Chahar 9(8) [4s-2]
  • Last match’s centurion walks back for just the 9 runs and this is a huge wicket for CSK. The prize on this wicket can’t be augured, such an important one for RCB and as they lose their captain and mainstay of the batting line-up, things are bound to be shaky from here. Caught by Dhoni, bowled Chahar.
  • BANGALORE 7/0 (2.0) CRR: 3.5
  • First Inning Start :- RCB step out to bat and look to have finally looked to nail down on an opening combination. The line-up doesn’t look too bad either and if Kohli and Parthiv can continue their form, RCB can put on a strong foundation to effortlessly take this to a big score.
  • 2 changes a piece for either side. The injured Bravo comes back in for CSK along with regular captain Dhoni. On the other hand, Kohli has finally decided to give Siraj a miss, getting Umesh in his place. Also returning for them is the mercurial and pivotal AB de Villiers.
  • Toss Update: Kohli loses another toss and he might just be the unluckiest player when it comes to seeing the coin swing in his favour. Unsurprisingly, CSK opt to field first on a pitch where the chasing side have more often than not divulged successfuly.
  • Chennai Super Kings (Playing XI): Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni(w/c), Kedar Jadhav, Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja, Deepak Chahar, Shardul Thakur, Imran Tahir
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore (Playing XI): Parthiv Patel(w), Virat Kohli(c), AB de Villiers, Akshdeep Nath, Moeen Ali, Marcus Stoinis, Pawan Negi, Dale Steyn, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvendra Chahal, Umesh Yadav
  • Chennai Super Kings have won the toss and have opted to field

today ipl match live updates rcb v csk

Today IPL match CSK v RCB Preview Highlights:

  • RCB will play with the CSK on April 21, Sunday at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.
  • Slated for an 8:00 pm begin, the toss will take place at 7:30 pm along with the arrival of the team news. The Star Sports network will be broadcasting the final encounter of the weekend on all its sports channels.

Probable XI

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Virat Kohli, Parthiv Patel, AB de Villiers/Heinrich Klaasen, Moeen Ali, Marcus Stoinis, Akshdeep Nath/Shivam Dube, Pawan Negi, Yuzvendra Chahal, Dale Steyn, Navdeep Saini, Mohammad Siraj

Chennai Super Kings: Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni/Sam Billings, Ravindra Jadeja, Harbhajan Singh, Deepak Chahar, Dwayne Bravo/Shardul Thakur, Imran Tahir

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