Can Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) or do RCB have the arsenal to throw the kitchen sink at everything to pull off a desperate win against Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2019) on Sunday?

That’s the burning question that the Virat Kohli-led side, down and totally out if not knocked out, are left with specially on the back of losing all their opening five matches that have now seen the Bangalore outfit at the bottom of the eight-team table. (ALSO READ: The eight balls of Andre Russell mayhem that had Royal Challengers Bangalore crushed)

RCB seemed to have come out of the slump in their last match against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). Despite AB de Villiers and Kohli smashing half-centuries RCB bowlers failed to restrict KKR, who were powered by Andre Russell‘s explosive knock as the two-time champions chased the 206-run target with five balls to spare. (ALSO READ: Last four overs from us were just unacceptable: Virat Kohli)

Kohli’s captaincy has come the under the scanner following RCB’s dismal defeat to KKR at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore – venue for their make or break encounter against Delhi Capitals. It was surprising to see Moeen Ali, the England allrounder, not being used on a spin-friendly wicket.

Delhi, occupying the fifth place after two wins from their five matches, are also aiming to get back to winning ways after succumbing to a five-wicket defeat to last year’s finalists – Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) at home. DC’s batting left a lot to be desired after they were restricted to 129/8 in their last match with only captain Shreyas Iyer registering noteworthy score of 43. (ALSO READ: One over in T20s can change momentum, so I never give up: Andre Russell)

The likes of the South African duo of Kagiso Rabada and Chris Morris would look to impose themselves more against RCB while Shikhar Dhawan, Iyer, Pant and Prithvi Shaw will aim to make light of RCB’s poor bowling attack. Let’s wait and watch to see which team gets the better of their opponents. It’s the first of Super Sunday’s double header!