IPL : Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad tie abandoned due to rain

Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad both got a point each after their 2017 Indian Premier League (IPL) game was abandoned due to rain. SRH are still at third with nine points while RCB have moved up to sixth.

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The game 29 of 2017 Indian Premier League between Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad was abandoned due to incessant rain – even without a ball being bowled. (BCCI )

The game 29 of 2017 Indian Premier League between Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad was abandoned due to incessant rain – even without a ball being bowled. (BCCI )

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The umpires finally called the game off at 2300 hrs with the rain refusing to relent. (BCCI )

The umpires finally called the game off at 2300 hrs with the rain refusing to relent. (BCCI )

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As a result, both teams got a point each. SRH are still third with nine points while RCB have moved up to sixth. (BCCI )

As a result, both teams got a point each. SRH are still third with nine points while RCB have moved up to sixth. (BCCI )

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The washout also meant David Warner’s men are still winless in away games this season. (BCCI )

The washout also meant David Warner’s men are still winless in away games this season. (BCCI )

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It also meant Royal Challengers Bangalore’s hopes of qualifying for the playoffs are in serious jeopardy. (BCCI )

It also meant Royal Challengers Bangalore’s hopes of qualifying for the playoffs are in serious jeopardy. (BCCI )

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Virat Kohli’s men will have to win all their remaining games to make it to the last four. (BCCI )

Virat Kohli’s men will have to win all their remaining games to make it to the last four. (BCCI )

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RCB have only two wins from eight matches so far and the maximum they can reach is 17 points. (BCCI )

RCB have only two wins from eight matches so far and the maximum they can reach is 17 points. (BCCI )

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Royal Challengers Bangalore next face Gujarat Lions on April 27. (BCCI )

Royal Challengers Bangalore next face Gujarat Lions on April 27. (BCCI )

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