RR vs RCB Head to Head Records: Rajasthan Royals’ H2H Record Against Royal Challengers Bangalore- IPL 2021 Match 43. Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore will take on each other in the 43rd match of IPL 2021 on Sunday. Rajasthan Royal are at sixth on the points table. They have secured four wins out of 10 matches this season.
Sanju Samson would be gutted with the way his team has performed in the last two games. After securing a 2-run win against Punjab, Rajasthan had the chance to make rapid strides on the points table. But they went on to lose the next two matches. Sanju Samson was the only bright spot in the last two matches.
In the last game against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Samson played a sensational knock of 82 runs off just 57 balls, however, he found little support at the other end. Yashasvi Jaiswal (36 off 23) once again got out after getting a great start, while the likes of Evin Lewis and Liam Livingstone failed to make an impression. Rajasthan Royals made 164 runs in the first innings.
RR bowlers looked ineffective against the likes of Jason Roy, Saha and Williamson in the second innings. Their inability to pick wickets helped SRH develop big partnerships in the chase. Sakariya and Mustafizur got one wicket each but that’s about it. Sunrisers Hyderabad chased down the score in just 18.3 overs.
Chris Morris’s poor form in the last few games has made things difficult for Rajasthan. They need to really introspect on how to go about their plans for the rest of the tournament.
Facing them are Royal Challengers Bangalore, who are coming on the back of a 54-run win against Mumbai Indians. Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell both scored half-centuries and this would give the team a lot of confidence.
Thanks to those two knocks, RCB managed to score 165 runs in the second innings. Their two biggest bets in the bowling department, Yuzvendra Chahal and Harshal Patel were sensational with their line and lengths. Harshal Patel’s slower balls made life difficult for MI batsmen, while Chahal too was brilliant with his googlies. Both combined to pick seven wickets between them as MI were bundled out for just 111 runs in the second innings.
RCB have now secured 6 wins in 10 matches and just two wins away from confirming their top-four berth. RCB should come into the game as favourites on Wednesday.
RR vs RCB Head to Head Records: Rajasthan Royals’ H2H Record Against Royal Challengers Bangalore- IPL 2021 Match 43
Teams’ Head-to-Head Records
|Stats||Matches||RCB Won||RR Won||Tied||No Result|
|At Dubai International Cricket Stadium||1||1||0||–||–|
|In the last 5 matches||5||4||1||0||1|
Successful Head-to-Head Records in 1st Batting vs 2nd Batting
|Innings||RCB Won||RR Won|
Teams’ and Players’ Records in Head-to-Head Battles
|Stats||RCB (vs RR)||RR (vs RCB)|
|Highest total||200/7 (20 overs) at Bengaluru on 29th April 2015||217/4 (20 overs) at Bengaluru on 15th April 2018|
|Lowest completed total||70 (15 overs) at Abu Dhabi on 26th April 2014||58 (15.1 overs) at Cape Town on 18th April 2009|
|Largest victory (by runs)||75 runs at Cape Town on 18th April 2009||65 runs at Jaipur on 17th May 2008|
|Largest victory (by wickets)||10 wickets at Bengaluru on 18th March 2010||7 wickets for thrice|
(Top players’ stats)
|Stats||RCB (vs RR)||RR (vs RCB)|
|Highest individual score||83 by Yuvraj Singh at Bengaluru on 11th May 2014||103* by Ajinkya Rahane at Bengaluru on 15th April 2012|
|Best bowling figures||5/5 by Anil Kumble at Cape Town on 18th April 2009||4/16 by Shreyas Gopal at Jaipur on 19th May 2018|
|Most runs scored||484 runs by AB de Villiers||347 runs by Ajinkya Rahane|
|Most wickets||16 wickets by Yuzvendra Chahal||14 wickets by Shreyas Gopal|