Chennai Super Kings will take on Rajasthan Royals in their next IPL match at the Wankhede Stadium on Monday. After losing their opening game, both CSK and RR will look to continue to winning momentum when they face off. While CSK was blown away in their season opener against the Capitals, they managed to bounce back to winning ways against Punjab Kings. On the other hand, the Royals lost their first match against Punjab, they came back with a win against the Capitals.
Players in CSK, who can win today match.
IPL 2021: Ruturaj Gaikwad, who impressed in Chennai Super Kings colors in the UAE, has been struggling for rhythm in the new season. The 24-year-old opener was dismissed for a 16-ball 5 in CSK’s 6-wicket win over Punjab Kings on Friday. Coach Stephen Fleming.
Ruturaj Gaikwad snatched the spotlight in the IPL with his performances at the top of the order last season after replacing senior opener Shane Watson. Gaikwad hit 204 runs, which included 3 fifties, in 6 matches for MS Dhoni’s men in the UAE even as the skipper’s comment that ‘youngsters lacked spark’ led to backlash.
“I am really happy with the balance of the team. Ruturaj, I believe, is a fine player. He got a good ball in the first match and very difficult conditions today. It was not a 220 wicket today. ” Fleming told reporters after CSK’s victory, it was quite different.
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Deepak Chahar was a part of the Rajasthan Royals squad in 2012. Donned the RPS jersey for two seasons and is now all set to represent the Chennai Super Kings in the eleventh edition of the league. Young Chahar plays for the stateside Rajasthan in domestic cricket. In the season-opener against Hyderabad in 2010-11, Chahar picked up eight wickets for 10 runs. In his spectacular debut season, he took a total of 40 wickets. Injuries and illness forced him to miss a significant portion of his second first-class season.
Deepak Chahar starred in Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) second match of the IPL 2021 against Punjab Kings (PBKS) by picking up 4 important wickets. The pacer rattled the stumps of opener Mayank Agarwal on the fourth ball of Friday’s match in Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium and went on to land 3 more powerful punches on KL Rahul’s men.
Punjab to a paltry total of 106 for 8. CSK gunned down the total in 15.4 overs and won the match by 6 wickets. His perfect display of swing bowling accompanied by a lot of variations helped 3-time champions.