Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be excited to break the grouping of inverts and get Rising Pune Supergiants’ battle back on track when they secure horns with structure Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League here tomorrow. Having moved to Pune this year from the banned Chennai Super Kings, where he delighted in extraordinary achievement, Dhoni will be quick to reproduce that in his new shirt with a touch of assistance from his colleagues.
In this way, it hasn’t been a smooth battle for India’s twin World Cup winning chief, notwithstanding the competition opener against protecting champions against Mumbai Indians, which his side won exhaustively by nine wickets at the Wankhede Stadium. The following three trips, including the previous evening’s against Royal Challengers Bangalore before the home group, finished in thrashings for Supergiants. Not the outcome a group containing Kevin Pietersen, Steve Smith, Faf du Plessis and Ajinkya Rahane, other than Dhoni, merits.
RPS vs KKR Prediction Today IPL 20th Match 24th April 2016
Rising Pune Supergiants Will Win The Match
The abroad trio of Pietersen, Smith and Du Plessis fizzled hopelessly in the last amusement, and the Supergiants would seek after an abundantly enhanced execution from the batting heavyweights.
Thissara Perera and Rajat Bhatia, who practically guided RPS to a win yesterday with their splendid hitting, will hope to proceed in comparative style. While Perera was the pick of the bowlers a few days ago, any semblance of Ishant Sharma, Ravichandran Ashwin and Murugan Ashwin will must be among the wickets for Pune to harbor any desires for a triumph at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium.
Then again, drove by disposed of India opener Gautam Gambhir, Kolkata Knight Riders have been having some fantastic luck, winning three of their four matches. Such has been their structure that the two-time previous champions keep on topping the standings in the eight-group alliance. Excepting the annihilation against Mumbai Indians, the Knight Riders had been persuading in their wins.