Rcb vs lsg

rcb vs lsg

What went wrong for LSG in RCB V RCB?

LSGs chase was derailed by Josh Hazlewood (4/25), who picked two wickets at the top with the new ball and then came back in the death to send back Ayush Badoni and the dangerous Marcus Stoinis (24 off 15b; 2x4, 1x6). Jason Holder (16 off 9b; 2x6) hit a couple of lusty blows towards the end, but it was too late as RCB won by 18 runs.

Who won the RCB vs LSG IPL match?

Rajat Patidar’s incredible maiden IPL century and Josh Hazlewood’s crucial three-wicket haul powered RCB to a 14-run victory in a high-scoring thriller. Chasing a challenging target of 208, LSG lost Quinton de Kock’s wicket in the very first over after the opener was caught inside the circle off Mohammed Siraj’s bowling.

How did RCB win the RCB-LSG match?

Hazlewood bowled a sensational penultimate over and claimed two wickets on consecutive deliveries including the massive breakthrough of Rahul as the LSG skipper was caught on 79. Harshal Patel successfully defended 24 runs in the final over and RCB won the game by 14 runs and sealed their spot in Qualifier 2.

How RCB sealed their spot in Qualifier 2?

Harshal Patel successfully defended 24 runs in the final over and RCB won the game by 14 runs and sealed their spot in Qualifier 2. Earlier, RCB, who were put in to bat first, made one change – Mohammed Siraj replaced Siddharth Kaul in the eleven. Meanwhile Krunal Pandya and Dushmantha Chameera were named in LSG’s eleven.

How did RCB win the RCB-LSG match?

Hazlewood bowled a sensational penultimate over and claimed two wickets on consecutive deliveries including the massive breakthrough of Rahul as the LSG skipper was caught on 79. Harshal Patel successfully defended 24 runs in the final over and RCB won the game by 14 runs and sealed their spot in Qualifier 2.

Who won the RCB vs LSG IPL match?

Rajat Patidar’s incredible maiden IPL century and Josh Hazlewood’s crucial three-wicket haul powered RCB to a 14-run victory in a high-scoring thriller. Chasing a challenging target of 208, LSG lost Quinton de Kock’s wicket in the very first over after the opener was caught inside the circle off Mohammed Siraj’s bowling.

What happened in RCB V LSG?

Harshal Patel claimed the crucial wicket of Stoinis which helped RCB pull things back as LSG needed 33 off 12. Hazlewood bowled a sensational penultimate over and claimed two wickets on consecutive deliveries including the massive breakthrough of Rahul as the LSG skipper was caught on 79.

How RCB sealed their spot in Qualifier 2?

Harshal Patel successfully defended 24 runs in the final over and RCB won the game by 14 runs and sealed their spot in Qualifier 2. Earlier, RCB, who were put in to bat first, made one change – Mohammed Siraj replaced Siddharth Kaul in the eleven. Meanwhile Krunal Pandya and Dushmantha Chameera were named in LSG’s eleven.

What are the odds of LSG vs RCB in Eliminator?

Both LSG and RCB have the same odds of 1.91 on Bet365 to win this all-important game. Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) will have mixed feelings as they go into the Eliminator against the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

What is the difference between RCB and LSG?

LSG became the third team to qualify for the playoffs while RCB was the fourth courtesy of a huge favour from Mumbai Indians.

How RCB made it to playoffs after KL Rahul-led LSG finished third?

While KL Rahul-led LSG finished third on the points table with 18 points in 14 games during the league stage, RCB made it to the playoffs after some favour from Mumbai Indians, who beat Delhi Capitals in their final game to help Faf du Plessis & Co. qualify.

What happens if RcB or LSG lose in IPL playoffs?

Whoever loses the game will bring an end to their campaign while the winner will play the second qualifier in Ahmedabad. LSG became the third team to qualify for the playoffs while RCB was the fourth courtesy of a huge favour from Mumbai Indians.

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