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Indian Premier League, 49th Match: Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals at Bengaluru, Apr 30, 2019

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Royal Challengers Bangalore 62/7

Rajasthan Royals 41/1 (3.2/5 ov, target 63)

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Batsman R B S.R
Sanju Samson (rhb) 28 13 215.38
Liam Livingstone (rhb) 11 7 157.14
Bowller O M R W Econ
Yuzvendra Chahal (lbg) 0.2 0 0 1 0.00
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Nikhil Agarwal: “Rajasthan is the most unlucky team in this IPL. Knocked bails 3 times but the bails did not fall completely, Mankading, and lost the final moments of every lost games.”

Earlier, Shreyas Gopal dismissed both Kohli and de Villiers once again and, in fact, went on to complete the hat-trick with Stoinis’ wicket. In case you are wondering, the hat-trick still stands.

12.24 Guess what? It’s raining again and that’s it! The game has been called off when we were just ten balls away from a full game. The teams share a point each and that means RCB have been knocked out, even mathematically. However, the result hurts Rajasthan Royals. They would have backed themselves to score those 22 off 10 balls.

3.2 W Chahal to Samson length around off, Samson looks to go over extra cover but ends up skying it over point, a bit of confusion as the two fielders are unsure who is going for it but Negi in the ends pouches it OUT
SV Samson c Negi b Chahal 28 (20m 13b 2×4 3×6) SR: 215.38
3.1 1 Chahal to Livingstone fuller outside off and spinning away, Livingstone throws everything at it but it spins away from him, Parthiv cannot collect it neatly and the batsmen take a bye. This should have been a wide though 1 bye

23 needed from 12. Yuzvendra Chahal

End of Over No.3 Rajasthan Royals 40/0 Last Over (18 runs)

2.6 4 Khejroliya to Samson fuller and wider outside off this time, Samson throws his hands at it, gets a thick outside edge between the keeper and the short third man FOUR
2.5 6 Khejroliya to Samson length ball around middle and off, Samson stands in his crease and just lofts it over long-on, holds his shape and it goes all the way for a six SIX
2.4 . Khejroliya to Samson length outside off and angling across the batsman, Samson looks to hit it through the off side and misses, too wide but the umpire doesn’t think so no run
2.3 1 Khejroliya to Livingstone moves across towards the off side and looks to scoop it away but Khejroliya follows the batsman and bowls it full and wide, Livingstone ends up scooping it on to his pads. They run a single nonetheless 1 leg bye
2.2 1 Khejroliya to Samson length outside off, backs away and looks to flat-bat it this time, mistimes it towards long-off 1 run
2.1 6 Khejroliya to Samson length ball, angling away from the batsman but Samson fetches it and pulls it over deep midwicket, just clearing the fielder there SIX

41 needed from 18 balls. Here is Khejroliya

End of Over No.2 Rajasthan Royals 22/0 Last Over (12 runs)

1.6 . Saini to Livingstone fuller and wider outside off, Livingstone looks to reach for it but cannot put bat on to the ball, a precious dot ball no run
1.5 . Saini to Livingstone a slower one, length outside off, Livingstone was early into the shot, looked to heave it on the leg side, the ball hits the toe end and on the bounce to the keeper no run
1.4 1 Saini to Samson length ball around off, goes for the pull but mistimes it towards deep square leg, only a single. More like a drag than a pull 1 run
1.3 1 Saini to Livingstone a high full toss and Klaasen almost pulls of a stunner, at cover. Flung himself to his right, got his hand to it when the ball had already passed him but he fails to latch on to 1 run
1.2 6 Saini to Livingstone toe-end of the bat but it sails over long-off, all the way for a six. Was short of length outside off, Livingstone went for a tennis-like forehand, got enough on it SIX

Junior: “Batting heavy RCB do not deliver when it matters. Don’t deserve to be in the playoffs. Go RR !!!”

1.1 4 Saini to Livingstone length ball around off, Livingstone clears his front leg and clubs it over midwicket, gets four FOUR

Saini now

End of Over No.1 Rajasthan Royals 10/0 Last Over (10 runs)

There were four Rajasthan Royals players but only one Royal Challengers Bangalore play who made it to our list of top-10 players for the week. Did you favourite make the cut?

0.6 . Yadav to Samson fuller and wider outside off, steered but straight towards backward point no run

Ven: “What are the powerplay rules for this 5 overs game?” — Two overs of Powerplay

0.5 . Yadav to Samson length ball at 146.5 kph, on the stumps and hurries on to Samson who looks to pull it away, mistimed towards mid-on no run
0.4 . Yadav to Samson Umesh corrects his line this time, almost a replica of the first ball of the over, short of length outside off and swinging away, Samson looks to hit it through the off side, misses no run
0.3 4 Yadav to Samson length but straying on the pads, swiped away by Samson this time, over backward square leg for four FOUR
0.2 6 Yadav to Samson length ball on the body, Samson plays a short-arm pull, off the front foot and smashes it over deep midwicket, utter disdain SIX
0.1 . Yadav to Samson length ball outside off, swinging away as Samson looks to hit it on the up but misses. An appeal by the bowler for caught-behind but nothing on the UltraEdge no run

12.05am Rajasthan need 63 to pick two points. As per IPL Match Playing Conditions, a bowler can bowl a maximum of two overs in game reduced to five to ten overs. But are teams aware of that? Anyway, Umesh will start for RCB. Sanju Samson to face.

End of Over No.5 Bangalore Royal Challengers 62/7 Last Over (8 runs)

11.56pm Saini runs off the field, presumably to bowl. Just a 10-minute break between the two innings. But what do we say about RCB’s batting? They wouldn’t mind losing wickets in a five-over game, but the seven wickets also mean seven additional dot balls. That could be the difference in this game.

As for Shreyas Gopal, can he do anything wrong against RCB? Playing at his home ground – Gopal is from Karnataka – his hat-trick absolutely blew RCB’s top-order apart and has ensured Royals aren’t chasing a score closer to 80. We’ll be back in a couple of minutes for the chase. Hemant will be here to take you through this exciting chase.

Jeet: “The break seems to be longer than the game itself!!”

Syed: “27 for 7.. that’s the story in short for RCB.. Showing why they are not qualify…”

Giggity: “RCB lost momentum each over. 23, 12, 10, 9 and 8. Should have had some target in mind and aimed for that instead of blindly slogging and giving catching practice.”

4.6 1 Thomas to Saini back of a length, wide outside off, and Saini can’t connect with the cut. They scamper across for byes as Samson misses the direct hit 1 bye

Last ball coming up.

4.5 W Thomas to Negi sharp catch by the keeper! A 145.1kph fireball on off, and Negi swivels to slog over midwicket. The ball, however, takes some extra bounce and collects a feather-edge off the bat OUT
P Negi c †Samson b Thomas 4 (6m 3b 1×4 0x6) SR: 133.33

Two balls to go. Can RCB breach 70?

4.4 4 Thomas to Negi top-edged over the keeper! Short on middle, and he goes for a wild pull. Catches the bat’s edge and RCB collect four more runs FOUR
4.3 W Thomas to Klaasen leading edge to deep cover! Full, on middle, and Klaasen looks to deposit this over midwicket. But the ball held it’s line, and therefore took the bat’s splice. In the air for a long time before Livingstone dives forward to complete the catch OUT
H Klaasen c Livingstone b Thomas 6 (16m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 85.71
4.2 1 Thomas to Negi length ball, outside off, and angling further away. Negi tries to cut, but misses, and they scamper across for bye-runs. Negi is surprised that the umpire didn’t call it a wide. Brave from Negi to run though 1 bye
4.1 1 Thomas to Klaasen full on middle, and he clears his front leg to smash a shot past the non-striker. Long on intercepts 1 run

Free hit

4.1 1 Thomas to Klaasen front-foot no ball! Full and fast outside off stump, but Klaasen misses the slog 1 no ball


End of Over No.4 Bangalore Royal Challengers 54/5 Last Over (9 runs)

Amarnath: “Feeling like Hong Kong match” — You made me nostalgic.

3.6 W Unadkat to Patel cheeky, but doesn’t pay off! Length ball outside off, and Parthiv shuffles across his stumps to try and ramp it past short fine leg. Slices the shot, and Oshane is in the ball’s path OUT
PA Patel c Thomas b Unadkat 8 (7m 5b 1×4 0x6) SR: 160.00

seven balls left in the innings.

3.5 . Unadkat to Patel slower ball! Parthiv swings but misses. Length ball, just outside off, and Parthiv shapes up to slog leg-side. He’s through the shot too early though no run

saravananr: “As usual PPatel will score high in the team…”

3.4 2 Unadkat to Patel length ball, wide outside off, and he carves this off the back foot to deep point. Terrific commitment from Rahane at the deep, sliding across the ground to stop the boundary 2 runs

What is it?

Indian Premier League, 49th Match: Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals at Bengaluru, Apr 30, 2019.

When is it?

Apr 30, 2019.

What time does it start?

2019-04-30 14:30:00 GMT, 2019-04-30 20:00:00 local

Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

Score Cards

  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    UT Yadav 1 0 10 0 10.00
    NA Saini 1 0 12 0 12.00
    K Khejroliya 1 0 17 0 17.00
    YS Chahal 0.2 0 0 1 0.00
  • To bat
    Player Mat Runs HS Ave 100
    3. AM Rahane 196 4988 105* 29.69 2
    4. SPD Smith 176 3644 101 30.11 1
    5. R Parag 17 335 63* 25.76 0
    6. STR Binny 139 1441 49 19.21 0
    7. MK Lomror 28 620 78* 26.95 0
    8. S Gopal 49 235 39 15.66 0
    9. JD Unadkat 127 259 39* 13.63 0
    10. VR Aaron 75 108 17* 9.81 0
    11. O Thomas 25 10 8* 5.00 0
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