IPL 2021 | Talking points from the RCB vs. KKR game: What works for Glenn Maxwell at RCB?

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Glenn Maxwell

Royal Challengers Bangalore proved to be an absolutely captivating country this season so far, ending their campaign in Chennai IPL 2021 with an unsurpassed series of three victories. A comprehensive RCB performance helped them beat the Kolkata Knight Riders with 38 tracks in Chepauk to reach the top of the table. The bowlers, inspired by Harshal Patel, have adapted a great deal to Chepauk’s slowness. Glenn Maxwell, such as They grow kohli described, “took this team like a duck on water,” with its second consecutive half-century this season.

Glenn Maxwell is back!

On this track in Chennai, the strikers found it difficult to determine the ball, as Maxwell later explained that “it became difficult to top the ball while the inning continued”, the Australian cashed the new ball against the background of field restrictions. He took over Shakib Al Hasan at the start of the inning to mark two boundaries before breaking Varun Chakravarti for six and four in the eighth on his way to his half-century of 28 balls, his second in a row this season and ninth in the IPL before finishing 78 of 49 tied. with its nine limits and three sixes, its highest result in the 2014 edition of the tournament.

RCB collected the awards, giving Maxwell the responsibility of No. 4 batsman. 46 of his 82 strokes in the IPL were either No. 3 or No. 4, where Maxwell scored 1,183 runs at 163.2 in seven and a half centuries. Further down the line, his hit rate dropped to 139.1 in just half a century. In the last two seasons of the IPL, Maxwell played 15 of his 23 assists at №5 and 6, scoring 188 runs in 155 balls at 121.3. Only five times he fights at No. 3 or 4.

De Villiers wins Russell’s match again

Varun Chakravarti, after bowling his two overs at the beginning of the inning, was removed from the attack to save for De Villier. However, he made only three deliveries to the T20 maverick last season, missing only one, Eoin Morgan wanted to take full advantage of De Villiers’ vulnerability to spinning bowling, against which his IPL strike rate in the last two seasons was 121.1, at least for any type of bowling. After losing three singles to De Villiers in 13th, the South African broke it for two borders.

Morgan then introduced Russell, his best bowling opportunity this season, despite De Villier’s superb record against a step – 87 avoided 35 balls without being fired in the IPL. Russell’s strategy of targeting around the door this season was what could have prompted Morgan to bet. But De Villiers prevailed, in the fashion of the highest class, scoring five limits and two sixes against Russell, on the way to his death due to a blitzkrieg.

Was KKR correct in sending Dinesh Kartik to Shakib?

57 percent of his T20 innings came at No. 4 and 5, where he scored over 1,000 tracks in the five and a half centuries of his career. Only 29 times out of his 120 appearances has he been below that position. But on Sunday, KKR sent Karthik, a suitable T20 finalist, to 5th place, ahead of Shakib, probably for a left-right combination, along with Morgan. And the move turned as Yuzvendra sighed confused Karthik with an impressive googly just in his fifth ball from the inning.



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