Rajasthan Royals moves into 2nd position after beating LSG with 24 RUNS

RR defeated LSG Highlights – IPL 2022 Playoff RACE: Rajasthan Royals (RR) once again owed their bowling to the 2008 champions getting closer to earning a playoff berth. RR defeated Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) by 24 runs to move to #2 of the IPL 2022 points table: Follow LSG vs RR LIVE and IPL 2022 Live Updates on InsideSport.IN

IPL 2022 Teams Points Table

New. teams played Won Lost N/R Points NRR
Q Gujarat Titans 13 10 3 0 20 +0.391
2 Rajasthan Royals 13 8 5 0 16 +0.304
3 Lucknow Super Giants 13 8 5 0 16 +0.262
4 Royal Challengers Bangalore 13 7 6 0 14 -0.323
5 Capitals Of Delhi 12 6 6 0 12 +0.210
6 Kolkata Knight Riders 13 6 7 0 12 +0.160
7 Punjab Kings 12 6 6 0 12 +0.023
8 Sunrisers Hyderabad 12 5 7 0 10 -0.270
9 Chennai Super Kings 13 4 9 0 8 -0.206
10 Mumbai Indians 12 3 9 0 6 -0.613

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LSG vs RR LIVE: Rajasthan Royals defeats Lucknow Super Giants by 24 runs, almost the IPL PLAYOFF PLACE by going NO. 2 in Points TABLE

LSG vs RR LIVE: Rajasthan Royals defeats Lucknow Super Giants by 24 runs, almost the IPL PLAYOFF PLACE by going NO. 2 in Points TABLE

RR defeated LSG Highlights: The two-wicket haul of Trent Boult and Obed McCoy respectively helped Rajasthan Royals secure a 24-run victory over Lucknow Super Giants in their IPL 2022 game here at Brabourne Stadium on Sunday.

Yashasvi Jaiswal (41) and Devdutt Padikkal (39) sparkled with the bat, while Trent Boult and Obed McCoy took two wickets for Rajasthan Royals respectively.

In pursuit of 179, Lucknow Super Giants got off to a shaky start when they lost lead-off batter Quinton de Kock and Ayush Badoni in the third left of the inning, which was delivered to Trent Boult. LSG skipper KL Rahul with Deepak Hooda tried to anchor the innings against the brilliant bowling of Rajasthan Royals.

But the duo couldn’t hold out any longer as Prasidh Krishna removed KL Rahul 10 runs to give RR a big break. Krunal Pandya then came to the fold to continue proceedings with Hooda. Pandya looked good and crushed Yuzvendra Chahal for a six over long-on.

LSG vs RR LIVE Score: Rajasthan Royals close in playoff spot as McCoy, Boult star to hand LSG 24-run defeat – Watch Highlights

RR defeated LSG Highlights: After nine overs, Lucknow needed 118 runs in 66 balls and a solid partnership to chase the tricky target. Hooda aimed for spinner Chahal for 13 runs in the 11th left of the innings. The much needed 50 run partnership could not last long as Pandya was sacked by Ravichandran Ashwin for 24 out of 23. Pandya’s wicket put a lot of pressure on LSG.

Lucknow crossed the 100-run mark in the 14th. Hooda spent his half-century in 33 balls. Hooda kept looking good and crushed Chahal for a four in the 16th left. However, his great inning came to an end when he was punched by wicketkeeper Sanju Samson after scoring 59 runs.

This brought Jason Holder to the fold to strike with Marcus Stoinis. But the latter couldn’t hold out for long, as he was sacked by Obed McCoy in the 17th after scoring just one run. In the last two overs, LSG needed a miracle to score 68 runs to win. Stoinis stood as a last hope for LSG, but his reign also ended when Prasidh Krishna skipped him in the last to give RR a 24 run victory.

LSG vs RR LIVE Score: Rajasthan Royals close in playoff spot as McCoy, Boult star to hand LSG 24-run defeat – Watch Highlights

RR defeated LSG Highlights: Previously, as the lead batter, Rajasthan Royals got off to a shaky start, as pacer Avesh Khan drove off opener Jos Buttler’s off-stump and sent him back to the pavilion in the third over for just 2 when the team’s score was 11.

This brought skipper Sanju Samson to the crease, who welcomed Avesh with a flick that went for a four to the deep midwicket line. He crushed pacer Mohsin Khan for two fours in the next over. The other opener Yashasvi Jaiswal also looked good from the other side. Jaiswal skipped pacer Dushmantha Chameera for 21 runs in the 6th, including three fours and a six.

By the end of the power play, the Royals had recovered from an early hiccup and were on a solid 51/1 with Jaiswal (34*) and Samson (13*). Spin was introduced to the attack in the 8th overs with Ravi Bishnoi, who welcomed Samson with a four over the covers, pushing the fifty-run stance between him and Jaiswal, before crushing him for another on the final ball. of the about.

LSG was looking for a breakthrough and pacer Jason Holder handed his time just that time in the ninth, sacking Samson for 32 out of 24 with the help of Deepak Hooda’s safe hands, ending the 64 run position between the duo. This brought stylish left-handed Devdutt Padikkal into the fold to join compatriot Jaiswal, who crushed Marcus Stoinis for two fours and a six in the next over.

After 10 overs, RR was on a solid 90/2, with Jaiswal (40*) and Padikkal (14*).
Padikkal kept looking good and skipped Chameera for two fours in the eleventh. The duo’s short, quick tie of 26 was broken in the 12th over after Ayush Badoni caught Jaiswal and threw for 41 out of 29.

Riyan Parag was next to join Padikkal. Padikkal continued to dominate the proceedings, beating Krunal Pandya for a six in the 13th left. But while attempting a slog sweep across deep midwicket, he was caught by Pandya and it was Bishnoi who got his wicket. Padikkal headed to the pavilion after a well-made 39 from just 18 balls. This pushed the all-rounder Jimmy Neesham to the limit. After 15 overs, RR was on a solid 130/4, with Neesham (7*) and Parag (6*).

LSG vs RR LIVE Score: Rajasthan Royals close in playoff spot as McCoy, Boult star to hand LSG 24-run defeat – Watch Highlights

Parag survived a punch attempt in the next over, which was referred upstairs for assessment. He took full advantage of this by beating Mohsin Khan for a six over the cow corner and running for some crucial singles and doubles in the death overs.

On the first ball of the next over, Bishnoi sent Parag off for 199 out of 16 after Stoinis caught him at the deep midwicket. In the same over, Neesham was exhausted after a terrible mix-up for 14, dropping RR to 152/6. This brought the pacesetter, Trent Boult, to the fold.

Boult played an entertaining cameo at the end, leaving RR at 178/6 in their 20 overs, with him (17*) on 9 and Ravichandran Ashwin (10*). Ravi Bishnoi was the bowlers’ choice for LSG, taking 2/31 in his quota of four overs. Avesh Khan, Holder and Badoni each got one wicket.

Rajasthan Royals – 178/6 (20 overs)

Lucknow Super Giants Innings – 154/8 (20 overs)

LSG vs RR LIVE Score: Rajasthan Royals close in playoff spot as McCoy, Boult star to hand LSG 24-run defeat – Watch Highlights

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