2 high-scoring games, 2 wins and 2 brilliant games later, Rajasthan Royals now move out of the small Sharjah cricket ground and head to Dubai where they play the Kolkata Knight Riders. A big plus for the Royals will be their batting but it will be interesting to see how they perform on bigger grounds. The bowling unit led by Jofra Archer will also get a respite from the bludgeoning on the small Sharjah strip and can expect better performances after conceding more than 200 twice in 2 games. The Knight Riders too are coming off a win after a clinical performance against the Sunrisers Hyderabad. All eyes will once again be on Shubhman Gill who played a conservative yet responsible innings to guide his team to their first win of the tournament. With KKR's bowling unit led by Pat Cummins is also settling in, it will be an interesting battle against the strong batting line-up of the Royals. With Royals leading the head-to-head record 10-9 against the Knights, Dinesh Karthik's side will be hoping to break even with Rajasthan on Wednesday.