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The side that wins the toss would prefer to bat first. Interestingly, CSK has won both of its previous Wankhede matches by batting first, and this match will be played in the afternoon, so dew might not be a problem. In this match, the advantage of chasing at the Wankhede will not be as important as normal.


As the Chennai Super Kings prepare to meet the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2021, we have a mouth-watering match to look forward to. Fans have a lot to look forward to, with Chennai vs Bangalore rivalries, Dhoni vs Kohli fandoms, and the CSK vs RCB history all being played up.

So far, the IPL 2021 has been very fruitful for both teams. CSK lost their first match against Delhi Capitals, but has since won three consecutive matches. RCB, on the other hand, has four victories in four games and seems to be improving with each one.

This will be the final match played in Mumbai during the IPL 2021 season, and it is expected to be another high-scoring affair.

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings On April 25, 2021, the IPL 2021 will be held at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.



As compared to last season, there has been a noticeable change in the way CSK has treated their matches. Batsmen have shown a greater willingness to take chances and perform at a higher pace. The focus is on scoring freely in the inning rather than leaving the wickets intact.

It also helps that CSK has a strong batting lineup, with Shardul Thakur batting at number nine.

In the previous match, Ruturaj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis both scored runs, while Moeen Ali was the enforcer in the middle overs. Suresh Raina has one decent inning under his belt, but it is obvious that he is no longer the batsman he once was.

Ambati Rayadu is the player we believe is currently undervalued. He bats with abandon and is capable of scoring runs easily at every point of the game. Even so, with Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayadu, and MS Dhoni in the middle order, opponents can see this as a vulnerable spot in which to target CSK.

The final drive is the responsibility of Ravindra Jadeja and Sam Curran. In most matches, the batting lineup is playing with the right mindset and has the depth to get a respectable number.

When Deepak Chahar is bowling, CSK’s bowling seems to be a cut above the rest. In the powerplay, he took four wickets and is actually in second place in the Purple Cap series. Lungi Ngidi, Sam Curran, Ravindra Jadeja, and Shardul Thakur make up a bowling attack that is at best decent.

It will have its moments, but we believe a solid batting lineup will completely demolish it.


RCB supporters must feel that their team is capable of winning the championship this season. The Royal Challengers Bangalore squad has very few flaws right now, and with four wins in a row, morale must be sky high.

To some extent, Glenn Maxwell and AB de Villiers were carrying the batting, but in the previous match, Devdutt Padikkal scored an attacking century, and Virat Kohli was in fine form, scoring an unbeaten 72.

The only thing RCB has to be concerned with is batting depth. With Shahbaz Ahmed and Washington Sundar as the other two batsmen in the top six, they are effectively playing with four batsmen. A couple of early wickets could separate the pigeons from the cats.

The bowling hasn’t been great either. Yuzvendra Chahal is having a bad IPL season, having only taken a wicket in one of his four games so far. Mohammad Siraj has been the RCB’s best bowler, but his death bowling abilities could be tested.

Kane Richardson cost a lot of money in his first game, and Kyle Jamieson has been just about average so far in IPL 2021. RCB has a good batting lineup, but their bowling isn’t particularly impressive.

We don’t believe the four victories can blind you to the team’s possible flaws. The aggressive batting method of CSK may put the RCB bowling under more pressure than they are used to.

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