“Iconic for the entire IPL…”: the stage is set for the RCB-CSK clash | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: After their fifth consecutive initial loading victory, former Australian all-rounder Tom Moody says that Royal Challengers Bangalore have demonstrated their ability to execute when it matters most.
Virat Kohli and company, who were languishing at the bottom of the points table ten days ago, have regained their momentum. They have a realistic chance of reaching the round of 16 thanks to their winning streak.
“Once again, RCB demonstrated his ability to perform when it counts, setting the stage for what promises to be an exciting encounter between the two teams,” Moody said on Star Sports.
They will play their last league match at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium against MS on Saturday. DhoniIt is Super Kings of Chennaiwho are also in the running for a playoff spot.
“It's truly iconic for the whole IPL. You have two colossal names in cricket here in India and in world cricket: Dhoni and Kohli.
“They are both towering figures, leaving a huge legacy wherever they have been. And the interesting thing is that anything can still happen on this table.”
With the exception of previously qualified persons Horsemen Knights of Calcuttaup to seven teams remain in the running for a playoff spot.
“After the weekend I thought a few results would fall as they should and then we will have a clear idea of ​​who will finish in that top four.
“Yet it's still anyone's business. Any team can land a spot in that coveted top four,” Moody said.
After a slow start to the season, RCB batsman Rajat Patidar clicked, amassing five fifties at a rapid pace in the last seven innings.
“Patidar, in particular, has been a revelation in the last five or six games, scoring several quick half-centuries.
“His aggressive approach has constantly put pressure on the opposition bowling attack, making it incredibly difficult for them to get back into the competition,” Moody added.
(With PTI inputs)

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