Chennai Superkings and Rajasthan Royals are ready to play a match on each other in the IPL today. The match is scheduled to take place at 7.30 pm at the Sharjah Stadium.
As Sharjah is the smallest ground in the United Arab Emirates, one can expect fireworks as fours and sixes in today’s match.
Chennai is in the excitement of beating Mumbai in the first match of the current series. Bowling can be cited as the main reason for the team’s success in the match against Mumbai.
Deepak Chahar, Lungi Nagidi, Sam Curran, Piyush Chawla, and Ravindra Jadeja put Mumbai ahead in-game for the first five overs. after that two incredible catches marked a turning point in the game.
Meanwhile, the team’s opening batsman Murali Vijay was exactly very quiet. Ambati Rayudu, who made his debut as the 4th player, is more likely to make his debut this time.
Unexpectedly, Sam Curran’s batting prowess added strength to the team. For the time being, nothing can be said about dhoni’s form as he did not get the right opportunity to bat in the first match.
Rudraj Kejriwal is also likely to feature in today’s match as he has recovered from a corona infection and started training again.
The absence of England players Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler from the Rajasthan squad has been a major setback for the team. The news that captain Steven Smith has recovered from injury and is preparing for today’s match.
Butler and Stokes are expected to be replaced by Tom Curran and David Miller in the playing eleven. The team has a lot of expectations from Yashwi Jaiswal, who has done amazing work in the Youth World Cup.
It remains to be seen to what extent the left-handed player will contribute to the team. Jofra Archer and Jaidev Unadkat are expected to play a key role in controlling the Chennai team’s run accumulation.
Chennai – Rajasthan teams in the IPL have clashed 21 times in the tournament so far. Chennai team has won 14 matches and the Rajasthan team has won 7 matches.
It was an unforgettable event when Dhoni got into an argument with the umpires during the last time the two teams clashed.