Tom Moody urges RR not to repeat mistakes from last year in IPL 2024

Former Sunrisers Hyderabad head coach Tom Moody has expressed concerns about Rajasthan Royals potentially facing another late-season collapse in the IPL 2024 season, similar to what happened last year. Despite currently sitting at the top of the table with eight points from five games, RR suffered their first loss of the season to Gujarat Titans in a nail-biting finish. They now face Punjab Kings in an important match to bounce back from the defeat.

Moody emphasized the importance of RR learning from their past mistakes and not falling into the same trap as they did in IPL 2023, where they missed out on a playoff spot after a strong start. He highlighted the threat posed by Punjab Kings, who are performing well above expectations and have the advantage of playing at their home ground.

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke also weighed in on the upcoming clash, pointing out the pressure on RR to win against a struggling PBKS side. He emphasized the importance of maintaining momentum and bouncing back from a loss, stressing the need for Rajasthan to perform better than they did in their previous game.

With both Moody and Clarke emphasizing the significance of the upcoming match for Rajasthan Royals, the stage is set for an intriguing battle between RR and PBKS. While RR will be looking to redeem themselves after their first loss of the season, PBKS will be aiming to capitalize on the pressure facing their opponents and play with freedom to secure a much-needed victory.


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