RCB vs SRH: Weather Forecast and Pitch Report from Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium

RCB vs SRH: Weather Forecast and Pitch Report of Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium – IPL 2021 Match 42. Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad face each other in their next clash of IPL 2021. RCB vs SRH, the 52nd match of the tournament, will take place on October 6 at the Sheik Zayed Cricket Stadium in the UAE. RCB is in 3rd place in the points table with 16 points, while SRH is in 8th place in the points table with 10 points.

RCB takes a narrow win against the Punjab Kings in their previous meeting and they will look to continue their winning momentum into the play-offs. They have already qualified for the play-offs, but are still in the running for the first two places in the points table. They won’t afford to make SRH any easier in any way.

The Sunrisers Hyderabad have gone through a bleak phase and this will be the first edition of playoffs they will miss since the 2016 edition. However, they still have to figure out what their best possible playing XI is and they will try to finish the season in a winning way. They take on the challenge against RCB.

SunRisers Hyderabad. Image Credits: BCCI

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RCB vs SRH: Weather Forecast and Pitch Report of Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium – IPL 2021 Match 52

RCB. Credit: Twitter

The match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad will take place in Abu Dhabi on October 6 and this is an evening match at 7:30 PM (IST).

As for the weather conditions, Abu Dhabi is ready to warm up the players as the average temperature that day will be 36 degrees Celsius. The precipitation factor is only 10 percent and it is unlikely to rain all day. However, the humidity is set at around 55 degrees Celsius and that will definitely be a big factor in play.

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The field is set in favor of the team hitting second and the stats show the same. In the last 47 T20 ground games, 25 have been won by the team hitting second and the team winning the toss will try to bowl first with the big limits protected.

Khaleel Ahmed, David Warner
David Warner, Khaleel Ahmed celebrate a wicket. (Photo: BCCI)

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