1. Consistency in Batting Order:
RCB has played 4 matches so far and in these 4 matches, they have not fixed their batting order yet. Parthiv Patel has so far opened the innings with three different pairs, Virat Kohli, Moeen Ali and Shimron Hetmyer but no one has been given this role permanently. In such a situation, captain Kohli needs to solve this problem as quickly as possible and fix the batting order, especially the top order.
2. Reliable Finisher:
In this season, RCB has given Shivam Dube the role of finisher, whose performance has been extraordinary in domestic tournaments, but due to lacks of experience and playing in the big stage like IPL has affected his performance. Meanwhile, Marcus Stoinis has returned to the team. In such a situation, RCB will have to include these two players together in the team so that they can finish the inning.
3. Death over specialist:
RCB bowling has always been the weakest link and this time it's even worse. RCB has the highest economy rate in the last five overs in the tournament. Umesh Yadav and Mohammad Siraj are good bowlers, but they leak a lot of runs in the death. In such a situation, Kohli will have to bring experienced bowlers Tim Southee and Coulter-Nile in the team to solve this problem.