IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report
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IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

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The 26th match of the IPL 2021 will be played this Friday (30th April) night between Punjab Kings (PBKS) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad).

During this forthcoming match, both teams will play their seventh match of this tournament. In the latest IPL 2021 points table, RCB are standing in the third position with 10 points as they have won five matches and lost only once while PBKS are in the sixth spot with 4 points as they have won twice and lost four other games.

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IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Weather Forecast

Punjab Kings (PBKS) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are ready to meet at Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad) this Friday (30th April) night. This match has been officially scheduled to begin at 07:30 PM (19:30) local time.

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According to the weather forecast, the sky can be cloudy but there is no threat of rain interruption during this upcoming match, which is good news for cricket lovers. The temperature of the day can be around between 42°C and 29°C.

IPL 2021, Match 26: PBKS vs RCB – Pitch Report

Narendra Modi Stadium (Motera, Ahmedabad) will host this IPL 2021 match between Punjab Kings (PBKS) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). This venue has already hosted three matches of this season.

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Out of those 3 matches in this IPL 2021 at this venue, the chasing team won twice while the first batting won once and that too by one run as RCB defended 171 runs target against Delhi Capitals.

In these recent three games at this venue, the new ball bowlers have mostly provided good starts. While the set batsmen are really enjoying this venue, pacers are playing major roles and spinners have shown some good supports.

Average first innings score (in last five games, including successful defending): 171 (3 wins)

Average second innings score (in last five games, including successful chasing): 163.40 (2 wins)