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Scott Styris replies to fan question why RCB is on top list in his hate list?

A fan asked Scott Styris why you hate RCB the most? Now Scott Styris responds to fan.

Scott Styris replies to fan question why RCB is on top list in his hate list?
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Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) is playing well in the ongoing IPL 2020. Currently. RCB is at third place in the points table with 7 wins. Now, Bangalore will be looking to cement his place for the playoffs. This year, Kohli has a more balanced team, especially in the bowling department.

Recently former Newzealand cricketer Scott Styris also praised RCB for their bowling performance. A few days ago, Talking with Star Sports, Scott Styris said

“I always believe that your bowler must have the captain’s faith in you. Looks like finally, RCB has a bowling unit that Kohli has belief in and they can do the job.” 


Meanwhile, A fan is seemed not happy with Styris on Twitter. He asked Styris why he hates the RCB the most?

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“#selectdugout @scottbstyris Why is RCB on the top of your hate list?” the user tweeted by tagging Styris.

Scott Styris replies why he hates RCB the most:

Scott  Styris replied to the fan’s query and he said in a funny way that “Because you’ve got to dislike one of the teams (Winking face emoji).”

Royal Challengers Bangalore has to play its next game against Mumbai Indians. Players’ injuries are affecting now to both the teams. Rohit Sharma is injured and there are high chances he will miss the match against RCB. On the other side, Navdeep Saini might miss the important match against Mumbai Indians.

RCB’s head  physiotherapist Evan Speechly said to ANI,

“Saini has split his webbing in the last ball there. He obviously got hit on the thumb on the right hand. He has just split the webbing over there. Fortunately, we had a good hand surgeon; he stitched up nicely. So we could just monitor over the night and check it after getting ready for the next game.”