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IPL 2020: Chennai Look To Build On Their Momentum As They Face Rajasthan In Their Second Match Of IPL 2020!

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Source: IPL 2020

Rajasthan Take On ChennaiΒ  On Their First IPL 2020 Match

Rajasthan Royals will try to create the same magic of the first season in IPL 2020. They were the first champions but have had a mediocre run over the years. Coincidentally, Rajasthan and Chennai played the first IPL final in which Rajasthan came on the top. The team led by Steve Smith will try their best to win against Chennai. They will miss Ajinkya Rahane but have some big guns in the name of Steve Smith, Ben Stokes, and Jos Butler.

IPL 2020
Source: IPL 2020

Chennai Super Kings Will Look Forward To Carrying Their Momentum In IPL 2020

Chennai Super Kings had a dream start when they won the match against Mumbai Indians. They will aim to take up from where they left and will try to bag their second win. The Dhoni-led side looks like the favourite to win the game with the kind of performance in the first match. However, it will all boil down to the game when the teams have to play under pressure. Chennai is an expert in this, but Rajasthan may come up with a few surprises.

Unavailability Of Ben Stokes Raises Few Questions For Rajasthan Royals

Rajasthan Royals heavily depend on their all-rounder Ben Stokes who is a phenomenal bowler and batsman. He is utterly cut out for T20 and is excellent in fielding. However, Stokes won’t be available for the match as he is yet to join the team. He is still with his family as his father is reportedly sick. With no Ben Stokes, Rajasthan looks very weak. The young guns will get expected to take responsibility and win the game for Rajasthan.

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Source: India TV

Chennai Super Kings Will Hope For A Fit Squad

Chennai has the oldest squad that has a lot of retired players and senior players. It adds to the worry of injury. The old players, including Dhoni, have been out of the field for a very long time and a sudden intensity in physical activity could take the lead to physical restraints. Chennai will indeed look to avoid such a situation.

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