IPL Points Table: Royal Challengers Bangalore has defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad. At the same time, after this victory, Royal Challengers Bangalore has reached number four in the points table. While Mumbai Indians have slipped to number five. Although, apart from Gujarat Titans, the team of Chennai Super Kings and Lucknow Super Giants remains in the first top-3 teams, but after the victory of Royal Challengers Bangalore, the points table has become interesting. Gujarat Titans remain on top with 18 points from 13 matches.
How much has the equation of the points table changed?
Gujarat Titans has qualified for the playoffs. While Chennai Super Kings are at number two with 15 points in 13 matches. At the same time, Lucknow Super Giants have 15 points in 13 matches. Now Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore have 14-14 points, but Royal Challengers Bangalore is at number four due to better net run rate.
These teams to watch out for…
Now if Chennai Super Kings manages to win their last match, then they will qualify for the playoffs, but if they lose the match then they will have to depend on the results of other teams. On the other hand, if Lucknow Super Giants win their last match, then this team will also qualify for the playoffs.
What is the equation for Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore?
Apart from this, if both Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore win their respective matches, then the decision will be taken on the basis of net run rate, but if one team loses its match in Mumbai Indians or Royal Challengers Bangalore, then it will qualify for that. The road will be difficult. At the same time, apart from this, Rajasthan Royals also remain in the race, but Sanju Samson’s team will pray that Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore lose their last match. Also Rajasthan Royals will have to win their last match.
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