Rajasthan Royals makes five changes in this do or die match against the current league leaders CSK who also makes two

Sanju Samson had won the toss and send Chennai to bat first, as they make five big changes as they are hopeful to qualify for the playoffs, meanwhile Chennai Super Kings made two changes to their squad.

In match no 46 of the VIVO Indian Premier League, which is held between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, who are in the brim of giving themselves a chance to qualify for the all-important playoffs starting next week itself. This encounter is a must-win situation for Rajasthan Royals, who are battling it out for the final two playoffs spots. Sanju Samson announced that they made five changes with Shivam Dube, Glenn Phillips, David Miller, Akash Singh, and Mayank Markande all in for Liam Livingstone, Mahipal Lomror, Riyan Parag, Chris Morris, and Kartik Tyagi. Meanwhile, MS. Dhoni’s side has made only two changes with Sam Curran and KM Asif coming for Dwayne Bravo and Deepak Chahar.

Rajasthan Royals have officially announced their playing XI in this important game for the franchise on their social media by mentioning “Five changes to the XI, like Glenn, Mayank Markande & Akash play their first game for the Royals”

Meanwhile, even the Yellow Army officially announced their playing XI, including their changes in their social media post by mentioning “ SarBATa team ready”

Rajasthan Royals have really made some interesting changes by bringing new bowlers in the likes of Akash Singh and with the spinner Mayank Markande as well, who can prove to be dangerous for Chennai batting unit.

The Super Kings, on the other hand, decided to get an all-rounder with the likes of Sam Curran as he can deliver both with the ball and bat at its level best. Another change is pacer bowler KM Aasif replacing Deepak Chahar, who has been without a single wicket in the last 3 games with his form going downwards.

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