Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab - IPL 2015 Match 3

After two nail biters we now lead to Pune at MCA International Stadium. This happens to be a new home ground for Rajasthan Royals. They will try to adapt very soon here but before that they face mighty Kings XI Punjab in Pune for IPL 2015 third match. Watch the action live in India on TV through Sony Six, Sony Pix and Sony Max telecast. Enjoy live Hindi, English, Bengali, Telugu and Tamil commentary. Watch live streaming on Star Sports website and HotStar mobile app.

Rajasthan Royals will never forget their first ever title win when Shane Warne lead the team. Since then they haven't seen that amount of success. Hopefully the team will come out with flying colours under the captaincy of Shane Watson. Other two Rajasthan players from the world cup winning team are Steven Smith and James Faulkner.

Kings XI Punjab have seen a lot of overhauls so far in the IPL history. Last year they looked the best so far under George Bailey's captaincy and Sanjay Bangar's guidance. Glenn Maxwell and David Miller have been an integral part of the squad since last year.

Since both these teams have tried to retain a lot of players, they stayed a bit silent in the IPL auction. With not a lot of rejig in the squad, we can expect similar roles and tactics from the team think tanks.

Kings XI probably hosts the most explosive batting department this year. Sehwag, Maxwell and Miller are match winners while Murali Vijay can be rock solid. Manan Vohra and Wriddhiman Saha add a lot of value to the middle order with George Bailey. Bowling attack looks decent with Mitchell Johnson, Axar Patel, Sandeep Sharma and Parvinder Awana.

For Rajasthan Royals the story is little bit similar. Watson, Samson and Smith can handle the batting pressure along with solid Ajinkya Rahane. Tim Southee can lead the bowling attack with Faulkner, Watson, Binny, Dhawal Kulkarni and Tambe.

Although Rajasthan Royals have bettered out Kings XI Punjab in head to head count, the Punjabi team will do all possible things to go one match up in the stats so far.

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