RCB Playoffs Qualification Equations: Half of the tournament of the first season of the Women’s Premier League is over. At present, the women’s team of Mumbai Indians is in the best position, which has confirmed its place in the playoffs. At the same time, in the worst condition is the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore i.e. RCB. The RCB team has opened its account of victory in this tournament after losing the first five matches in a row.
RCB’s journey is not over even after losing five consecutive matches in the first season of the Women’s Premier League. They can still qualify for the playoffs and win this tournament as well, but for that they will have to perform well on their own, as well as depend on other teams. Let us tell you about the conditions through which the women’s team of Royal Challengers Bangalore can reach the playoffs of the Women’s Premier League.
How will RCB reach the playoffs,
To go to the playoffs, RCB will have to win their next two matches at any cost. Apart from this, UP Warriors will lose their next match only then the road ahead will be easy for RCB. RCB would like Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals and Gujarat Giants to defeat all three teams UP Warriors in the upcoming matches.
On completion of all these conditions, the women’s team of Royal Challengers Bangalore will be able to qualify for the playoffs in the first season of the Women’s Premier League. RCB’s team is currently at the bottom of the points table i.e. fifth with 5 defeats and one win in 6 matches with 2 points.
However, RCB did well in their last match and defeated UP Warriors by 5 wickets in the 18th over. March 18, Saturday will be very important for RCB. Two matches will be played on Saturday, in the first match there will be a clash between Mumbai and UP, in which RCB would like Mumbai to win the match. At the same time, in the second match, RCB itself will play against Gujarat Giants and they would definitely like to win that match.
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