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29 Apr 2017

IPL: RCB continue their poor form; lose against RPS

IPL 10: RPS vs RCB - Updates!

Royal Challengers Bangalore continued their poor form as they failed to chase 157 runs against Rising Pune Supergiant in the 34th match of 2017 IPL.

RPS won the match by a margin of 61 runs restricting RCB to only 96.

RCB kept losing regular wickets during the innings. Virat Kohli was the only player to score double digit, with 55 runs off 48 balls.

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IPL 10: RPS vs RCB - Updates!

Preview

RCB desperately look for a win against RPS

With just two wins in eight matches, Royal Challengers Bangalore are desperate for a win as they meet Rising Pune Supergiant at Pune.

Both the teams have faced defeat in their last respective matches and will look for a win today to move ahead in the play-offs.

RPS had defeated RCB in their first encounter in the 2017 IPL at Bengaluru.

Smith, Tiwary power RPS to 157

First innings

Smith, Tiwary power RPS to 157

Rising Pune Supergiant skipper Steve Smith partnered with Rahul Tripathy and then with Manoj Tiwary to guide the team to 157 runs for the loss of three wickets.

Tripathy scored 37 runs, Smith 45 and Tiwary 44 before MS Dhoni put on a short 17-ball-22-run cameo in the death overs.

Tiwary and Dhoni put on a 49 run partnership together.

29 Apr 2017

IPL: RCB continue their poor form; lose against RPS

Royal Challengers Bangalore continued their poor form as they failed to chase 157 runs against Rising Pune Supergiant in the 34th match of 2017 IPL.

RPS won the match by a margin of 61 runs restricting RCB to only 96.

RCB kept losing regular wickets during the innings. Virat Kohli was the only player to score double digit, with 55 runs off 48 balls.

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