You are currently viewing RCB vs PBKS: “If This Is Indeed A Champion Team, They Will Look To Finish In The Top 2” – Ajay Jadeja On RCB’s Playoff Aspirations

RCB vs PBKS: “If This Is Indeed A Champion Team, They Will Look To Finish In The Top 2” – Ajay Jadeja On RCB’s Playoff Aspirations

RCB vs PBKS: Previous Indian player Ajay Jadeja believes that the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) should want to complete in the main two of the focuses table. The Faf du Plessis-drove side at this point have 14 focuses to their name with two matches left in the association period of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022.

The doorway for the three-opportunity finalists to come to the main two is to some degree marginally open at this moment. Both the Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) have lost their singular last matches. RCB ought to win both of their extra matches, the rest of which is against the KL Rahul-drove LSG to completely finish 18 focuses and possibly come to Qualifier 1.

RCB Have Played Like A Champion Side: Ajay Jadeja

Thinking that RCB have played like a top dog side except for their three-match long string of failures halfway through the competition, Jadeja said on Cricbuzz:

“Ever since Rajat Patidar has come into the playing XI, he has not given the team even a chance to think about a change. I found him to be the most impressive player in their last match.

Apart from that three-match losing spell in the middle, they have played like a champion side. Now, if this is indeed a champion team, they will look to finish in the top two. “

The Royal Challengers are hoping to make it into the playoffs  for the third year in row. The franchise was unable to finish in the top two on the two events in the UAE and were taken out in the Eliminator challenge.


Player To Watch Out For Would Be Glenn Maxwell For Me: Ajay Jadeja

Glenn Maxwell has been a significant part in RCB’s plans however he is not having the best of seasons. The Australian has scored 193 runs in nine matches at an amazing strike rate of 163.19. He has additionally turned his arm over as a feature of a broad and flexible bowling assault.

Jadeja accepts that the pitch at Brabourne would suit Maxwell’s style of play. He additionally named the Australian as his player to look out for during RCB’s conflict against the Punjab Kings this evening (May 13). The former Indian batter said:

“Player to watch out for would be Glenn Maxwell for me. Has not done much with the bat, but the wicket at the Brabourne should suit [him]. Bowlers have been winning matches for them recently.”

The du Plessis-drove side has lost both of their matches at the Brabourne Stadium. This incorporates an embarrassing nine-wicket defeat to the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH), where they were bowled out for 67.

Read all breaking news , trending news and coronavirus news here..

Follow us on Facebook , Twitter for latest trending news !.


Thank You

Leave a Reply