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At the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, surfaces have been green and moist to begin with. The venue threw up high-scoring matches at the start of the tournament, but bowlers seem to have found their rhythm, especially in the death overs.
While Rajasthan go into the match with just one win against Delhi Capitals to their name, they will hold an edge over RCB when it comes to familiarity with conditions, having played all their three matches at the venue.
Despite their all-win record, Virat Kohli will feel the lack of contributions at the very top of the order, which has put pressure on Maxwell and AB de Villiers to deliver.
Rajasthan, meanwhile, are going through a season of misfortune and untimely withdrawals of star players, so they haven’t yet come together as a cohesive unit on the field.