IPL 2020 Match 25: Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore: Weather Forecast
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IPL 2020 Match 25: Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore: Weather Forecast

MS Dhoni, Faf du Plessis, CSK, KXIP
CSK beat KXIP by 10 wickets [Photo-Twitter]

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will host Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the IPL 2020 clash at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Saturday. CSK have had a poor run in the IPL 2020 thus far, winning two out of six matches while RCB have won three out of their five outings and are currently at the fifth spot.

CSK have backed their veteran players despite their poor runs in the season. Shane Watson has looked in good touch in the last few matches and will continue to give the side good start along with Faf du Plessis. The middle-order has been a cause of concern for CSK as MS Dhoni has not clicked and Kedar Jadhav looked out of touch in the previous game.

Cheennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, RCB
RCB [Photo-Twittter]
RCB have found a brilliant opener in form of Devdutt Padikkal. He will be looking to lay the foundation for RCB along with Aaron Finch. Virat Kohli who has returned back to form in the last few matches will look to play a match-winning knock with AB de Villiers playing a key role for the side. Navdeep Saini and Yuzvendra Chahal will be the key in RCB bowling department.

IPL 2020 Match 25: Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore: Weather Forecast

The major concern playing in the UAE will be heat. A lot of foreign players are not habituated to playing in such conditions. However, local Indian players might tackle the heat as they have played under such conditions in the sub-continent.

The weather on the match day is predicted to remain around 32 to 30 degree celsius. As the day, progresses, the temperature might give slight relief to the players who are in for an evening start with the match.

The major concern playing in the UAE will be heat. A lot of foreign players are not habituated to playing in such conditions. However, local Indian players might tackle the heat as they have played under such conditions in the sub-continent.

Weather (Courtesy: Weather.Com)
Weather (Courtesy: Weather.Com)