IPL 2018: Match 19, Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Daredevils – Weather Forecast
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Delhi Daredevils (DD), who are hailing at the bottom end of the points table will be desperate to get a win under their belt when they square off against each other on April 21 (Saturday) at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Meanwhile, both the teams have had a poor start to this tournament and will be eager to turn things around.
However, the franchises won one game each and both the games went to the wire from where they could easily have lost.
However, their bowlers have once again failed to come good as earlier.
On the other hand, Delhi had also struggled with their bowlers, as they have leaked too many runs.
Their batting performed well against Mumbai Indians, however, apart from that, they haven’t quite dished out comprehensive efforts.
According to Accu Weather, there are very fewer chances of rain during the match time, despite clouds looming ahead of the stadium.
However, the game has a slender chance of getting delayed by a wet outfield, as heavy showers and thunderstorms are forecasted from 1 pm to 4 pm, which might even continue till 6 p.m.
With a good drainage system, there are no chances of any reduction in the game time. The weather is likely to be cool throughout the game, which is a comforting prospect for the cricketers.
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