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Some “luck” went RCB’s way: 

 

 V GT - Gill’s catch sticks, Saha gets run out from a throw from a distance, & Wade has DRS go against him. Since GT was in experimentation mode, it also batted first in a night game at Wankhede … While batting, Maxwell was out on the first ball but the bail did not dislodge 

 

MI v DC - MI batted 2nd. Warner & Marsh get out cheaply (game is usually done there) … Pant does not take DRS for David when he could have gone by his initial instinct  (so DRS working for RCB) 

 

 

So RCB may feel that some of the things have gone their way which can give confidence to a team 


 

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, zen said:

Some “luck” went RCB’s way: 

 

 V GT - Gill’s catch sticks, Saha gets run out from a throw from a distance, & Wade has DRS go against him. Since GT was in experimentation mode, it also batted first in a night game at Wankhede … While batting, Maxwell was out on the first ball but the bail did not dislodge 

 

MI v DC - MI batted 2nd. Warner & Marsh get out cheaply (game is usually done there) … Pant does not take DRS for David when he could have gone by his initial instinct  (so DRS working for RCB) 

 

 

So RCB may feel that some of the things have gone their way which can give confidence to a team 


 

 

 

 

 

Irrational confidence can be useful, I guess.  Like Kohli said he felt when the inside edge missed his stumps and went for 4, making him feel like it was his lucky day.  A rational person would've been pi$$ed that he edged the ball.  Whatever floats people's boats ...

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14 hours ago, SeasonedIPLer said:

They celebrate like they won the ipl. What low expectations 

 

similar to how bambis celebrated one win after 8 humiliating losses in a row

Seriously. Such pathetic losers who set the bar so low. I can imagine fans doing something like this but not players. 

 

They're going to get a massive thrashing from LSG

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I think the best teams to face in knockouts are Royal Challengers Bangalore, Lucknow Supergiants, Punjab Kings and Delhi Capitals. Gives you more confidence going against them in knockouts.

 

The teams you would avoid facing are Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad. With Rajasthan, it is tough to say, depends purely on team quality, the current one looks their best on form since 2009.

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On 5/22/2022 at 8:25 PM, zen said:

Some “luck” went RCB’s way: 

 

 V GT - Gill’s catch sticks, Saha gets run out from a throw from a distance, & Wade has DRS go against him. Since GT was in experimentation mode, it also batted first in a night game at Wankhede … While batting, Maxwell was out on the first ball but the bail did not dislodge 

 

MI v DC - MI batted 2nd. Warner & Marsh get out cheaply (game is usually done there) … Pant does not take DRS for David when he could have gone by his initial instinct  (so DRS working for RCB) 

 

 

So RCB may feel that some of the things have gone their way which can give confidence to a team 


 

 

 

 

 

Yeah luck went their way because the captain was changed :p:

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