CSK vs RCB Live Telecast: In IPL today (April 17), there will be a match between MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings and Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore. The performance of both the teams has been equal in this IPL season. Both the teams have played four matches each in this season and have won two each. These teams are on the sixth and seventh positions respectively in the points table. Today Dhoni and Kohli will have a chance to bring their respective teams up in the points table.
Today’s match between CSK and RCB is expected to be very interesting. This is because both the teams are full of veteran players and the special thing is that most of the players are also seen in form. The performance of the players of both these teams is getting better match by match in this season. Then, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli are also looking in good touch.
Record of live streaming viewers can be broken
All the matches that CSK has played in IPL 2023, they have got a lot of viewers. A record 2.2 crore viewers were watching CSK’s previous match against Rajasthan Royals simultaneously on Jio Cinema. Here the RCB team has been on the second position. Compared to RCB, the number of viewers has reached 1.8 crores. The matches of these teams have been watched the most to see legends like Dhoni and Virat. In such a situation, today when these two giants will be face to face in the field, there will be chances of breaking the previous records as well.
When and where to watch live matches?
This match will start today (April 17) at 7.30 pm. This match will be played at RCB’s home ground ‘M Chinnaswamy Stadium’. The live telecast of this match will be done on different channels of Star Sports Network in different languages. Live streaming will be available on Jio Cinema app. Here also there is an option to listen to commentary in English as well as in other Indian languages. Please tell that this match can be seen for free on the Jio Cinema app.
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