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RCB vs CSK: The Crucial Showdown
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RCB vs CSK: The Crucial Showdown

Royal Challengers Bengaluru vs Chennai Super Kings match is going to be a knockout match in the Indian Premier League 2024. CSK is in third place with 14 points after 7 wins from 13 matches, while RCB is in fifth place with 12 points from 13 matches. The RCB vs CSK match on May 18 will be a knockout for both these teams. The final phase of the league stage of IPL 2024 has reached an exciting turn. Mumbai Indians, Punjab Kings, and Gujarat Titans are already out of the race for the playoffs. Kolkata Knight Riders have entered the playoffs. Rajasthan Royals is on the verge of reaching the playoffs.

Playoff Race Intensifies

Chennai Super Kings, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Royal Challengers Bengaluru, Lucknow Super Giants, and Delhi Capitals are competing for two spots. The road is very difficult for Delhi, so Lucknow will have to win both its remaining matches by a big margin. Chennai and Hyderabad need one win each, while Bengaluru needs to beat Chennai. The match between Chennai and Bengaluru will decide the fate of both. That means this match will be a knockout match. If Chennai wins, it will reach the playoffs. To make it to the playoffs, RCB will have to defeat Chennai by a big margin.

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Weather Adds Uncertainty RCB vs CSK Match

The high-voltage match between the two is scheduled to be played on May 18 in Bengaluru, but the weather forecast on Tuesday will add to the worries for RCB fans. According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Bengaluru between May 14 and 19. There is also a possibility of a storm along with heavy rain. In such a situation, the match between Bengaluru and Chennai is in danger. In case of no match, both the teams will be given 1 point each. After this, Chennai will have 15 points, while Bengaluru will have 13 points. Due to this, the challenge of RCB will end.

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