Virat Kohli has got starts in both the matches for RCB this season but failed to convert them into a big score. Things might change against KKR!
Devdutt Padikkal was the top-scorer for RCB in the 2020 edition and in great form in the 2021 Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Shahbaz Ahmed picked three wickets in an over to rock SRH and change the match in RCB's favour.
Glenn Maxwell was the highest impact batsman against SRH smashing 59 off 41 deliveries showing maturity in building his innings. He also chipped in 39 off 28 deliveries against MI.
AB de Villiers smashed a brilliant 48 off just 27 deliveries against MI and was the difference between the two sides.
Daniel Sams will bring in variety into the RCB attack with his left-arm fast medium and also has an excellent strike rate in T20 cricket.
Mohammed Siraj has been the pick of the RCB bowlers with the new ball. He has picked wickets and been brilliantly restrictive.
Yuzvendra Chahal is yet to take a wicket for RCB in the season and Kohli would hope that the champion leg spinner is back to his best against KKR.