Bangalore: Hosts Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will rotate a number of its players in the remaining 14 league matches of the Pepsi IPL T-20 tournament it will play on the home turf and away over the next month.
"We have lot of options. Probably, you can see more players being rotated for getting as much experience as possible. We won't experiment here but we would like to rotate the players. You will see lot of players getting chance to play in all the league matches," RCB assistant coach and former Indian speedster Venkatesh Prasad told reporters on Monday at a pre-match press conference.
The home team will take on Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday evening in a back-to-back league tie after losing to it in a super over late Sunday in Hyderabad after both the teams were tied at 130 runs in a thriller.