Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) will bolt horns with Rising Pune Supergiants (RSP) in Match 10 of Vivo IPL 2016. KXIP have named South Africa’s developing batsmen David Miller as their commander and have various youthful firearms in their positions. On the hand, it is RSP’s first spell in the IPL event. Driven by MS Dhoni, likewise the commander of the Indian group in shorter arrangements, RSP are the pre-competition top picks, as they additionally highlight India’s twist initiate Ravichandran Ashwin and batting maestro Ajinkya Rahane. As both groups gloat off T20 geniuses, it guarantees to be a wafer of a challenge.
KXIP have not secured the IPL trophy yet and has figured out how to enter the finals just once, that is, in 2014. They will be instructed by previous India all-rounder and as of now the batting mentor of Team India, Sanjay Bangar. KXIP is said to be a standout amongst the most batting-overwhelming groups of the IPL, as they have Glenn Maxwell, Shaun Marsh, Miller, Manan Vohra, Murali Vijay, Farhaan Behardein in their batting weapons store.
To add to it, they additionally have previous Australian red hot pacer Mitchelle Johnson. In any case, what makes it perilous contrasted with different groups is, they have all-rounders who can turn the tide in a matter of moments.
KXIP vs RPS Prediction Today IPL 10th Match 17th April 2016
Kings XI Punjab Will Win
Albie Morkel, Kevin Pietersen, Steven Smith, Faf du Plessis are commonplace names in the hammer blast universe of T20. These stalwarts will wear the RSP’s pullover in the current year’s version of IPL and play under advanced cricket’s mightiest chief, Dhoni. With bowlers, for example, Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, RP Singh and Irfan Pathan, it adds all the more sting venom to their knocking down some pins assault.
RSP will begin off as top choices, yet discounting KXIP would be unjustifiable as they will challenge on their home turf Mohali, with a huge number of individuals supporting their most loved cricketers.
Taking after a Bombay High Court request to migrate Indian Premier League matches outside dry spell hit Maharashtra, competition newcomers Rising Pune Supergiants have given the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), an inclination to utilize Visakhapatnam as their other home venue, group administrator Rajiv Shukla said on Friday (April 15).
Other than Supergiants’ home diversions, the Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium in Gahunge was likewise booked to play host to two of the playoff amusements, including the Eliminator and Qualifier 2, which will all now be moved elsewhere.M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore has now been proposed to have the May 29 last, at first booked for Mumbai, while the second qualifier and eliminator liable to go to the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.