In the earlier meeting between the two teams last week, RCB mauled Rajasthan Royals by nine wickets with 23 balls to spare after restricting the Shane Watson-led side to a paltry 130.
And come tomorrow, the crushing defeat would be high on the minds of Rajathan Royals players.
Rajasthan Royals are presently sitting atop the table with 11 points from eight games with five wins, two loses and one no result. RCB, on the other hand, are lying fourth with six points from as many games.
After registering five consecutive wins, Rajasthan Royals suffered two back-to-back defeats and would be keen to return to winning.
For Rajasthan Royals, Ajinkya Rahane, the leading run-getter this season, and Australian Steve Smith has been in fine form with the bat and the team would looking upon the duo to post a big total tomorrow.
To add to it, skipper Watson's all-round finesse and Deepak Hooda's blazing strike-rate (208.92) make Rajasthan Royals look a menacing outfit.
On the bowling front, 43-year-old leg-spinner Pravin Tambe has impressed all and sundry and has picked up six scalps so far this season.
With the presence of Chris Morris and James Faulkner, Rajasthan Royals pace department also look in safe hands.
For RCB, it has been a mixed bag tournament so far, recording three wins and as many loses.
But after a sedate start, RCB returned to winning ways with two consecutive away wins against Rajasthan in Ahmedabad and Delhi Daredevils at Feroz Shah Kotla.
But a dismal record at home could a major concern for RCB going into Wednesday's game.
RCB has so far failed to take the home advantage. They lost all three matches against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings before their home crowd.
RCB would be high on confidence after registering a comprehensive 10-wicket win over Delhi Daredevils in their last match.

Against Delhi the other day, all departments of the game clicked in unison for RCB and skipper Virat Kohli would be hoping for a consistent performance tomorrow.
With the likes of destructive Chris Gayle, Kohli, A B de Villiers up their ranks, RCB's boasts of a formidable batting line-up.
Gayle and Kohli have had a slow start to this year's campaign but have gained momentum with time. Kohli in fact returned to form with two half centuries in the last three games.
RCB's bowling attack, seen a weak link, also came good against Delhi the other day.
Led by Australian Mitchell Starc and supported well by Varun Aaron and David Wiese, RCB's pacers produced a lethal display to bundle out Delhi for meagre 95 runs in their last match and set the platform for the easy win.
On the spin front, RCB's leading wicket-taker this season with 10 scalps, Yuzvendra Chahal, will be a hard nut to crack.
Teams (from):
Royal Challengers Bangalore: Virat Kohli (C), AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle, Mitchell Starc, Nic Maddinson, Varun Aaron, Ashok Dinda, Harshal Patel, Vijay Zol, Abu Nechim, Sandeep Warrier, Yogesh Takawale, Yuzvendra Chahal, Rilee Rossouw, Iqbal Abdulla, Manvinder Bisla, Mandeep Singh, Dinesh Karthik (wicketkeeper), Subramaniam Badrinath, Darren Sammy, Sean Abbott, David Wiese, Sarfaraz Khan, Jalaj Saxena, Shishir Bhavane, Sreenath Arvind.
Rajasthan Royals: Shane Watson (C), Ajinkya Rahane, Steve Smith, Karun Nair, Deepak Hooda, Sanju Samson, Stuart Binny, James Faulkner, Chris Morris, Dhawal Kulkarni, Pravin Tamble, Ben Cutting, Tim Southee, Rusty Theron, Ankit Sharma, Brainder Sran, Rajat Bhatia, Vikramjeet Malik, Abhishek Nayar, Pardeep Sahu, Dinesh Salunkhe, Rahul Tewatia, Sagar Trivedi, Dishant Yagnik.

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