IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Highlights: SRH climbs to 4th spot; beats RCB by 5 wickets to keep playoffs hopes alive

IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Highlights: Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by five wickets to stay alive in race for the IPL Play-offs, here on Saturday.

Opener Josh Phillip top-scored for RCB, making 32 runs while Sandeep Sharma and Jason Holder took two wickets apiece for SRH.

Wriddhiman Saha (39), Jason Holder (26 not out) and Manish Pandey (26) were among runs in the SRH chase.

Brief Scores:

Royal Challengers Bangalore: 120 for 7 in 20 overs (J Phillip 32, AB de Villiers 24; Sandeep Sharma 2/20, Jason Holder 2/27).

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 121 for 5 in 14.1 overs. (W Saha 39; J Holder 26 not out; Y Chahal 2/19)

10.45pm
SRH wins by 5 wickets

Holder sealed his side’s victory in style, with a massive six over long-on. SRH have beaten RCB by five wickets, with more than five overs to spare and that will give them a major boost in the run rate.

10.43pm
6,4,6

Navdeep Saini throws away the match for RCB leaking a massive 19 runs runs on the 14th over- gets a wicket on the fifth ball but it’s too much left for RCB with too little time left.  SRH-115/5 after 14 overs; need more 6 from 36 balls

10.42pm
SRH lose half their side

Unnecessary shot from Abhishek. He holes out to Gurkeerat Singh in the deep.

10.36pm

Udana strikes to remove Williamson and RCB is staging a fightback. However, Holder negates the good work with a six that hit the windsreen of the car placed just over the deep mid-wicket fence. SRH-96/4 after 13 overs; need more 25 from 42 balls

10.32pm
SRH 4 down; Williamson falls for 8

Slower one from Udana at Williamson holes out to Kohli in the cover region. And the skipper’s delighted with that breakthrough. Can RCB script a fightback?

10.30pm

SRH have lost a set Saha but Kane Williamson is still batting out there for them. Chahal has one over remaining and SRH wouldn’t mind playing it out. However, the required run rate is just 4.2. SRH-87/3 after 12 overs; need more 34 from 48 balls

10.29pm
Milestone for Kane Williamson

10.24pm
Chahal strikes again!

Classic leg spin! Chahal tosses it up, tempts Saha to go down the track and de Villiers does the rest behind the stumps. FOW-82/3

10.18pm
We reach the halfway mark!

Udana back in the 10th and Saha welcomes a full toss from him with a smashed four to deep cover. SRH reach the halfway mark and will be happy with where they’re at. This should be an easy chase from this stage onward with 8 wickets remaining. SRH-74/2 after 10 overs; need more 47 from 60 balls

10.12pm

Chahal into his second over. Saha hits the ball straight to the stumps at the non-striker’s end. Chahal claimed he got a hand to that, but the third umpire turned down the decision.  Just three runs off the over. SRH-67/2 after 9 overs; need more 54 off 66 balls

10.06pm

SRH-64/2 after 8 overs; need more 57 from 72 balls

9.59pm

Chahal bowls the 7th over. Manish Pandey goes for one slog too many and is caught in the deep. Chahal gives just 2 runs and takes 1 wicket in the 7th over. SRH – 60/2 after 7 overs; Need 61 runs from 78 balls

9.57pm
Big wicket for RCB!

Chahal turns things up for RCB; beautifully tossed up from the leggie and Pandey hands a simple catch to Morris at long-on. FOW – SRH 60/2 after 6.4 overs

9.53pm
Fifty comes up for SRH; End of Powerplay!

SRH- 58/1 after 6 overs; need more 63 from 84 balls

9.46pm

Two boundaries, three wides and an overthrow. SRH are currently cruising the chase and RCB will need to find a wicket soon if they fancy a way into the match SRH-46/1 after 5 overs

9.41pm

Washington Sundar returns. Pandey creams the first ball towards extra cover for a rare triple. Saha plays his trademark sweep shot off the third, which fetches him a boundary. Two runs off the last three balls. Nine runs off Sundar’s second over. SRH-31/1 after 4 overs

9.33pm
Pandey on fire!

Navdeep Saini comes into the attack and gets smacked for a four and a six from the blade of Pandey, who is timing the ball beautifully. The speedster beats Saha off the last, with a peach of a delivery that almost took an outside edge. 11 runs off the over. SRH-22/1 after 3 overs; need more 99 from 17 overs

9.29pm

Washington Sundar strikes and he removes David Warner. RCB off to a great start but will be hoping to get a couple of breakthroughs more early. SRH-11/1 after 2 overs; need more 110 from 18 overs

9.28pm
Big wicket for RCB! Warner falls for 8

Warner went for the pull shot but found Udana at mid-on. Big wicket this, RCB need more of these. FOW-11/1

9.25pm
Tidy start from Morris!

Morris with the first over for RCB. Starts off with a wide. Warner gets off the mark with a pull towards deep square leg. Saha almost plays on to his stumps off the second as four runs off the first over. SRH-4/0 after 1 over; need more 117 from 19 overs

9.21pm
We are underway with SRH’s chase!

Warner and Saha walks out for SRH; Morris handed over the ball to open proceedings

9.04pm
End of RCB’s innings

RCB-120/7 after 20 overs

9pm

The wickets continue to tumble for the Royal Challengers as Morris holes out to Warner at long on while attempting to hoick a low full toss from Holder over the fence. Single off each of the last two balls, with Siraj getting off the mark off the final delivery, as Holder signs off with excellent figures of 2/27. RCB-116/7 after 19 overs

8.58pm
RCB go 7 down; Udana departs for duck

One more for Jason Holder as Udana perishes for a golden duck while trying to heave the ball inside out, getting the height but not the distance. Easy catch for Williamson near extra cover. FOW-114/7

8.56pm
Morris falls for 3; RCB 6 down

A full toss from Jason Holder but Chris Morris finds SRH captain David Warner at long-on. FOW-113/6

8.54pm

Natarajan takes an excellent return catch to pack off Sundar but Sandeep Sharma lets off Gurkeerat – although it was a tough chance. Top stuff from the Tamil Nadu pacer. RCB-111/5 after 18 overs

8.50pm
Sundar departs for 21

Natarajan ends what was starting to look like a dangerous partnership for SRH as he collects a return catch off Sundar, who departs after getting off to a promising start. FOW-106/5

8.48pm

Sharma returns for his final over. Gurkeerat tries to slog the ball towards deep backward square-leg off the third delivery, the ball nearly travelling all the way to Rashid standing near the boundary. RCB-106/4 after 17 overs

8.43pm

Manish Pandey almost pulled off a stunner to dismiss Sundar but the ball was grounded. Rashid Khan finishes with figures of 4-0-24-1. RCB- 99/4 after 16 overs

8.39pm

Sundar gets hold of one as he dispatches Holder to the backward point boundary. But the bowler comes back to concede just anothet three runs. RCB-93/4 after 15 overs

8.32pm
Strategic Timeout taken!

Top stuff from Natarajan as he gives just four from his two overs. Sunrisers has the game under control and David Warner has been excellent with the changes and the field placement has been spot-on. RCB-86/4 after 14 overs

8.28pm

Tidy over from Nadeem, giving away five singles and a brace as new batsmen Sundar and Gurkeerat open their accounts, as the left-arm spinner signs off with figures of 1/35, getting the crucial wicket of de Villiers along the way. RCB-83/4 after 13 overs

8.25pm

RCB keep losing wickets and Kohli looks worried in the dugout. Incredible Rashid strikes and he dents Bangalore further by getting the well-set Philippe who hits straight down the throat of Manish Pandey at deep mid-wicket. RCB-76/4 after 12 overs

8.24pm
Josh Philippe goes for 32 runs off 31 balls

Philippe this time hits the ball straight down Pandey’s throat at deep midwicket! The Aussie never got the distance on that one, and made for the easiest of chances.

8.20pm

De Villiers punishes Nadeem over long on for a maximum. The South African doesn’t last long beyond that hit however, as he perishes after hitting one shot too many, holing out to Abhishek Sharma at deep extra cover off the last ball. RCB-71/3 after 11 overs

8.19pm
Big wicket for SRH!

Nadeem, after dropping de Villiers earlier, gets his man. He wanted to go over the infield but just wasn’t able to clear sweeper cover, where Abhishek Sharma completes a composed catch. FOW-71/3

8.16pm
We reach the halfway mark! 

RCB-61/2 after 10 overs

8.10pm
Strategic Timeout taken

Good over this one for the Royal Challengers with 10 coming off this one including a fourth boundary to Philippe off the fourth delivery. Timeout signalled at the end of the over. RCB-52/2 after 9 overs

8.07pm

Rashid Khan into the attack and expect his tricks to bamboozle the Bangalore batsmen. Ab de Villiers will eye to take the attack to the opposition. RCB-42/2 after 8 overs

8.04pm
De Villiers dropped!

A huge chance for for Shahbaz Nadeem!. AB de Villiers hit the ball right back at him but the left-arm spinner was unable to grab on to the chance. What a body blow that would have been for RCB.

8.03pm

With runs tough to come by down the wicket, Josh Philippe tries an unconventional combination of a sweep and a scoop to loft the ball for a four towards fine leg. RCB-38/2 after 7 overs

7.58pm
End of Powerplay!

Natarajan brought into the attack. Sharp start for the left-arm seamer from Tamil Nadu as he gives away just one run, a quick single to de Villiers off the fourth delivery. Shaky powerplay for the Royal Challengers as they lose two big wickets of Padikkal and Kohli. RCB-30/2 after 6 overs

7.55pm

Single off each of the first two deliveries. Excellent effort by Williamson at extra cover to take a diving catch off Kohli’s bat to give Sandeep his second wicket in the powerplay. ABD walks out at No 4. RCB-29/2 after 5 overs

7.52pm
Sharma strikes again; RCB lose Kohli for 5

Second wicket for Sandeep inside the powerplay as Kohli steers the ball straight to Williamson at extra cover! Sunrisers are on top with this start! FOW-28/2

7.48pm

Holder starts off with a wide. Some quick running between the wickets displayed by Kohli and Philippe partner as the pair pinch three singles, a leg bye and a brace off the next four deliveries. The Aussie ends the over by slapping a short ball over mid off for a boundary. RCB-24/1 after 4 overs

7.43pm

Padikkal goes for an ambitious shot and the ball swings in just about enough to crash on to the stumps. Sandeep Sharma with the wicket. Virat Kohli in early. RCB-13/1 after 3 overs

7.42pm
Bowled’Im; Padikkal falls for 5

Sandeep gets the breakthrough after missing out on a return catch earlier in the over. Padikkal looks to heave the ball over mid on, but the ball ends up travelling through the gap between bat and pad, and shatters the timber. FOW-13/1

7.38pm

Swing and a miss for Philippe off the first delivery as Jason Holder bowls from the other end. Short-of-length delivery to Padikkal off the fourth cramps the southpaw for room, travelling close to his outside edge. Padikkal crashes the ball down the ground to bring up RCB’s first boundary off the last ball of the over. RCB- 8/0 after 2 overs

7.34pm

A tidy start from SRH pacer Sandeep Sharma, who gives away just three runs off his first over. Mark Nicholas says he sees early signs of low bounce and that the ball is kind of skidding through low. RCB-3/0 after 1 over

7.30pm
Aaand we are underway!

Philippe-Padikkal walks out for RCB; Sandeep Sharma to start proceedings for SRH

7.09pm
RCB Playing XI

7.08pm
SRH Playing XI

7pm
Toss Results

SRH wins toss and opts to field first.

Kohli: We wanted to bat first to be honest. We think it’ll get slower. Navdeep’s back, Udana replaces Steyn.

Warner: We’ll have a bowl. Vijay Shankar is out, Saha is fit. We have to win both the games. It’s how I approach every game. We gotta start well. We had only one look at this pitch. Got to see how it plays today.

 

 

6.55pm
Head-to-head: (15 matches – RCB 7 | SRH 8)

The two teams have faced each other 15 times in the IPL so far, and SRH has dominated the fixture by winning it 8 times.

6.40pm

Hello and Welcome to the second match of today’s double header- RCB vs SRH

Dream11 IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH LIVE: Did you know?

– SRH are the best side in the PowerPlay this season. They have the highest scoring rate (8.24) and have lost the least wickets (9) in this phase.

– Warner himself has changed his methods in the first six overs. After striking at a tame 105.5 in the first 9 innings, he’s hit 85 off 44 in the last two games.

– Sandeep Sharma has picked 21 wickets in 13 matches against RCB. He has dismissed Kohli six times and de Villiers twice.

Dream11 IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Live : Do & Die for SRH, if they lose today – David Warner team will be out of IPL 2020

Dream11 IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Live : Big Doubt on Wridhimman Saha for SRH and Navdeep Saini (RCB) for this crunch match.

Dream11 IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Live : Check what both teams need to do to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Played 12, Points 14, NRR 0.048 (Remaining matches vs Sunrisers, Capitals

  • RCB will qualify if they win today or against Delhi Capitals in their next match.
  • If they lose both matches and stay on 14 they can still qualify – provided they have better run-rate.
  • Best Chance – win one of the match

Sunrisers Hyderabad: Played 12, Points 10, NRR 0.396 (Remaining matches: vs Royal Challengers, Mumbai)

  • Sunrisers can qualify for playoff by winning both remaining matches without any dependency on other results
  • Superior NRR will take them through to playoffs if they win both games
  • However, if they lose either of the two matches, they will be out.

IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Live : Dream11 Prediction –Royal Challengers Bangalore SunRisers Hyderabad

Fantasy Tip 1 : As you select your Dream11 fantasy tip for RCB vs SRH, keep 1 thing in head – Don’t get carried away with Wriddhiman Saha’s brilliant performance in the last match. He got injured and their is no news of either Saha or Navdeep Saini’s availability at this stage – so avoid them

Also Read: IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Preview

Fantasy Tip 2 : Sharjah has been aiding spinners in the last few games, so include the best spin options from both sides in your line up – Rashid Khan, Yuzvendra Chahal both should be in your Dream11

Fantasy Tip 3 : Virat Kohli, Devdutt Padikkal, David Warner, Kane Williamson, AB De Villiers, Manish Pandey should be your top order. AB will have to do play the role of WK too

Fantasy Tip 4 : Chris Morris, Siraj as pace bowling options

Fantasy Tip 5 : Jason Holder OR Natarajan hard choice to make ? That is the choice you have to make while making your Dream11 fantasy team.

Our Recommended XI : AB de Villiers, David Warner, Virat Kohli, Devdutt Padikkal, Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, Chris Morris, Rashid Khan, T Natarajan / Jason Holder, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Siraj

IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Dream11 Team: Fantasy cricket predictions and tips for Royal Challengers Bangalore SunRisers Hyderabad

IPL 2020 Royal Challengers Bangalore SunRisers Hyderabad (RCB vs SRH) LIVE Score

IPL 2020 RCB vs SRH Dream11 Team Prediction IPL 2020 LIVE Match Details

Match: Royal Challengers Bangalore SunRisers Hyderabad (RCB vs SRH)
Date: 31th Oct 2020
Time: 7:30 PM IST
Dream11 IPL 2020 Royal Challengers Bangalore SunRisers Hyderabad (RCB vs SRH) Probable XI

Dream11 IPL 2020 RCB Probable XI – Devdutt Padikkal, Aaron Finch, Virat Kohli (c), AB de Villiers (wk), Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Shivam Dube, Washington Sundar, Isuru Udana, Navdeep Saini, C Morris, Yuzvendra Chahal

Dream11 IPL 2020 SRH Probable XI – David Warner(c), saha, Manish Pandey, J Holder, Abdul Samad, Kane, Priyam Garg, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, K Khaleel Ahmed, T Natarajan

RCB vs SRH in IPL 2020 LIVE: Where to catch RCB vs SRH Live Streaming?
The match between RCB vs SRH will be live broadcasted on Star Sports Network in the Indian Sub-Continent. The RCB vs SRH will also be Live Streamed on Disney+ Hotstar.