Kings XI Punjab vs Rising Pune Supergiants Predictions, Astrological prediction IPL Today match Punjab vs Pune Who Will Win The match. Toss prediction of Kings XI Punjab vs Rising Pune Supergiants who will win the toss. Cricket expert prediction who will win the match IPL 4th T20.
- Event: Indian Premier League (Season 10)
- Match: 4th T20
- Teams: Kings XI Punjab vs Rising Pune Supergiants
- Time: 16:00 Local | 10:30 GMT
- Date: 8th April, 2017
- Venue: Indore
Cricket Expert Prediction
- Brett Lee: Rising Pune Could Win This Match
- Ravi Shastri Says: I am supporting Kings XI Punjab
- Kapil Dev: Kings XI Punjab Look aggressive, they are favorite
- Wasim Akram: Punjab are hot favorite
The Rising Pune Supergianst performed amazingly against the Mumbai Indians in their 1st match as they thrashed the opposition by 7 wickets at end. This is the best T20 series of cricket matches in the world as real entertainment of cricket is being displayed by the international cricketers all across the world. Steve Smith, the Rising Pune’ captain played a stunning and match winning innings of 84 runs and helped the team to chase down the target.
Ajinkya Rahane, the opener of Kings XI Punjab is also in form as he has been aggressive in his 1st match of Indian Premier League 2017 season scoring 60 runs in just 34 balls smashing 6 fours and 3 boundaries of sixes. BA stokes also contributed 21 runs to his team, but the actual credit goes to Rahane and Steve Smith who played aggressive innings and helped the team to win the game at the end.
On the counter side, Kings XI Punjab are also looking forward to this match as they have to play their opening game against a team who is already standing on the victorious noted and having the best boost of confidence. Hashim Amla will play for Punjab in this season, Martin Guptil, Darren Sammy and Vohra are also added in the team.
Glenn Maxwell, Eoin Morgan, David Miller, Sandeep Sharma and Ishant Sharma will be representing the Kings XI Punjab side in IPL season 10. This sort of combination makes a clear signals for the oppositions, but somehow they will have to perform against the team who is already confident and will play at their own home ground.