Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rajasthan Royals playing at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore are coming off loses in their respective matches against Kings XI Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad. Rajasthan Royals are placed comfortably at the third place will look forward to get on winning ways against an already struggling Royal Challengers Bangalore. In the match number 35, we take a look at the top five players that are to be watched out for.
AB De Villiers (Royal Challenger Bangalore)
AB De Villiers was the lone warrior in the last match against Kings XI Punjab chasing a mammoth total of 198 runs. He made 53 runs off 26 balls as the wickets continued to tumble from the other end. He has the potential to win matches single-handily.
Mitchell Starc (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
The Australian import for Royal Challnegers Bangalore constantly features in the side due to his consistent performance. Emerging as the spear-head for RCB, Starc is constantly clocking 140 kmph plus deliveries to get the quick upfront wickets. He is also equally useful with the bat and can bat down the order.
Pravin Tambe (Rajasthan Royals)
Pravin Tambe is definitely the find of the IPL 2014. The first bowler to take the hat trick in this years IPL and completely the match around against Kolkata Knight Riders. At the age of 42 what makes Tambe unique is the level of commitment and fitness he maintains. He is swift on field and has not failed in the single match so far.
Shane Watson (Rajasthan Royals)
Shane Watson is one of the very few performing captains in the IPL 2014. He leads by example. He bats, takes crucial wickets, fields and is an able leader. One man army. But in the back of mind Shane Watson would have the loss against SRH but what he needs to do is come all cylinders firing against RCB.
Dark Horse: Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
The RCB captain has been unlucky after getting decisions against him. Virat Kohli, the best batsman in the world is struggling to make runs and would be itching to get going against Rajasthan Royals and make a turnaround for himself and the team.