While key performers of last season like Devdutt Padikkal and Mohammed Siraj have been retained, South Africa's Chris Morris has been shown the door.
After years of facing Kohli as an opponent, Zampa got to see what it is like sharing a dressing room with the 32-year-old right-hand batsman in this season's of IPL.
Virender Sehwag believes RCB management should continue supporting Virat Kohli as their leader and think on how they can improve their team.
After 13 seasons, Royal Challengers Bangalore are still searching for their maiden Indian Premier League (IPL) title.
RCB lost by six wickets to a resolute Sunrisers Hyderabad after posting a modest 132 on the board despite a batting-heavy line-up in the Eliminator on Friday.
None of the team owners have shown as much patience as those of Bangalore’s when it comes to retaining the skipper.
RCB lost the IPL 'Eliminator' against Sunrisers Hyderabad by six wickets on Friday to bow out of the 13th edition of the competition after a poor batting performance.
Williamson was dropped by Devdutt Padikkal at the boundary in a difficult attempt when SRH needed 28 from 2.4 overs.
Bangalore crash out after batting failure, Warner & Co set up clash with Delhi for place in IPL final.
RCB made four changes in their playing eleven with Chris Morris, Josh Phillipe, Isuru Udana and Shahbaz Ahmed being replaced by Aaron Finch, Adam Zampa, Moeen Ali and Navdeep Saini.
With only the winners to stay alive for the second Qualifier, it's a knockout match and it's fair to say the pressure will be more on Bangalore.
RCB had lost four games on the trot and skipper Virat Kohli feels that the side needs to go in the upcoming games with a positive mindset.
RCB slumped to their fourth defeat on the trot after losing to Delhi Capitals by six wickets.
Getting their act together in the nick of time after a two-week winless run, DC chased down a target of 153 with six balls to spare.
For Delhi Capitals, Axar Patel came in place of Praveen Dubey, while left arm seamer Daniel Sams replaced Shimron Hetmyer and Harshal Patel made way for Ajinkya Rahane.