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I would rather have Southee in place of Woakes and CDG or Moeen instead of Baz who has been useless. Need to have 6 bowling options. Its still a poor bowling lineup though. Nothing can help RCB except a major overhaul of this team.

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I would rather have Southee in place of Woakes and CDG or Moeen instead of Baz who has been useless. Need to have 6 bowling options. Its still a poor bowling lineup though. Nothing can help RCB except a major overhaul of this team.

Baz is the best bet at 5. Southee looked under-cooked.  CDG has been wasted. 

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QDK and McCullum have both flopped. McCullum has been the worse of the two. Opening problems a plenty for RCB. It's  a big headache when openers have been below par. One or two decent innings will not help the cause. They will play good today then flop in next 3. Such has been their form. Low percentile success rate. Considering that RCB has a poor bowling attack, having an out of form openers is not sensible. McCullum will be dropped if ABD has recovered to normal health. ABD and Virat would strengthen the middle order. 

 

MI might look to replace Ben Cutting with some specialist bowler on this batting ground.. Surya is in good form. Lewis has done quite okay. Bowling attack is next best to SRH. Problem area was Rohit's and Pollards form with bat, whcih seems to be sorted with two scores of 50+ for Rohit and Polalrd being replaced with Duminy. Probably Ben Cutting will make way to a specialist bowler on this wicket.

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QDK and McCullum have both flopped. McCullum has been the worse of the two. Opening problems a plenty for RCB. It's  a big headache when openers have been below par. One or two decent innings will not help the cause. They will play good today then flop in next 3. Such has been their form. Low percentile success rate. Considering that RCB has a poor bowling attack, having an out of form openers is not sensible. McCullum will be dropped if ABD has recovered to normal health. ABD and Virat would strengthen the middle order. 

 

MI might look to replace Ben Cutting with some specialist bowler on this batting ground.. Surya is in good form. Lewis has done quite okay. Bowling attack is next best to SRH. Problem area was Rohit's and Pollards form with bat, whcih seems to be sorted with two scores of 50+ for Rohit and Polalrd being replaced with Duminy. Probably Ben Cutting will make way to a specialist bowler on this wicket.

MI will have only one change. Fizz coming in for Ben Cutting... :agree:

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it is all down to Chinnaswamy.  Most bowling attacks will have the same fate if they play game after game there.  The ground sees more sixes than fours. Sixes are like taking singles at Chinnaswamy, not just because ground is small, but ball travels a lot there. Straight boundaries are not short.  they are 75 meters.

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RCB have very little chance here against the cheating mafia bambis. If you remember well, bambis umpires and broadcasters screwed RCB in the reverse fixture with several key decisions being blatantly overturned as broadcasters showed wrong image - think of Hardik Pandya

 

That must have ruined RCB confidence and campaign

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Since the loser today is almost guaranteed to be knocked out of the tournament, it is going to be great fun the watch the peasants duel it out in a fight till death match-up. :hehe:

 

Personally, I am elated to see both these cities at the verge of elimination, but between the two, my hatred is way higher for the Mumbai Mafias. go RCB! :rcb:

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Head to Head... MI (13) - CSK (11)

 

One of the main reason CSKites hate and fear MI... :agree:

Not sure how can one say that CSK hate MI. When Mumbai won three IPL cups, Dhoni was vey appreciative and said  in an interview that Mumbai are the best team in IPL and they deserved to win given the way they play. 

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RCB have very little chance here against the cheating mafia bambis. If you remember well, bambis umpires and broadcasters screwed RCB in the reverse fixture with several key decisions being blatantly overturned as broadcasters showed wrong image - think of Hardik Pandya

 

That must have ruined RCB confidence and campaign

 

We don't need external factors to ruin our confidence and campaign. We're self reliant in that regard.

 

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Not sure how can one say that CSK hate MI. When Mumbai won three IPL cups, Dhoni was vey appreciative and said  in an interview that Mumbai are the best team in IPL and they deserved to win given the way they play. 

I said CSKItes..  Should’ve said Chuskies, for clarity... If you see most of the posts from CSK fans here, they are overflowing from the hate of MI. And there’s a reason for that. They literally fear MI as it’s the only  team which always comes on their way.

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I said CSKItes..  Should’ve said Chuskies, for clarity... If you see most of the posts from CSK fans here, they are overflowing from the hate of MI. And there’s a reason for that. They literally fear MI as it’s the only  team which always comes on their way.

Even when those losers are banned and dispersed we still come and slap the rasam out of them as in last year's final. 

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I said CSKItes..  Should’ve said Chuskies, for clarity... If you see most of the posts from CSK fans here, they are overflowing from the hate of MI. And there’s a reason for that. They literally fear MI as it’s the only  team which always comes on their way.

Fans will always clash, there won't be an end to it, but as long as the cricketers respect other teams winning, the sporting spirit will stay alive.  

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So Maharashtra Day jeetega or King Kohli will kill MCs as bhabhiji's birthday gift...

It has to be Bhabi Ji’s gift. MI won’t mind. Glory hunting is not their way. They take everybody along.

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It has to be Bhabi Ji’s gift. MI won’t mind. Glory hunting is not their way. They take everybody along.

So once again MI will fix to lose... kya yaar Thoda to real Indian ki tarah behave karo... hamesha padosipana acha nahi hai...

 

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Mumbai : Rohit Sharma (C), Ishan Kishan (WK), Suryakumar Yadav, Kieron Pollard, JP Duminy, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Ben Cutting, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mayank Markande, Jasprit Bumrah.

 

RCB : Q de Kock (W), B McCullum, V Kohli (C), M Vohra, M Singh, C de Grandhomme, W Sundar, T Southee, U Yadav, Y Chahal, M Siraj

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