Once again Jos Buttler 89 off 56 in vain but Royals will have a second shot at the title in Qualifier 2.
Bangladesh were restricted to 365 with Liton Das also scoring a century.
They created history with the win, recording their first series victory over a full-member nation.
Left-arm quick Mustafizur Rahman is in contention to make his return to red-ball.
Sunrisers did well to recover from 99 for 6, but their total of 157 was not nearly enough.
Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah among the premier players rested for the series.
India announces squad for fifth test against England, Cheteshwar Pujara returns after successful county stint.
RCB sneak into playoffs after Tim David, Jasprit Bumrah knock Delhi Capitals out.
Rajasthan Royals will face Gujarat Titans in the first Qualifier at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on May 24.
A blistering 18-ball 40 from Glenn Maxwell finished the job as RCB sealed an impressive win.
Niroshan Dickwella, Dinesh Chandimal dig deep to help Sri Lanka draw opening Test.
BCCI has allowed full capacity in stadiums for India versus South Africa five match T20 international series starting on June 9.
Super Giants move into knockouts after Rinku and Narine sixer storm ends agonisingly short of victory.
England recall their all-time leading wicket-takers James Anderson and Stuart Broad for the first two Tests against New Zealand.
Mushfiqur Rahim makes history as Test hangs in balance.
Sunrisers restricted to 190/7 despite 95-run, beat by 3 runs to keep campaign alive.
21-year-old batter Tristan Stubbs has been included in 16-man squad for the five-match T20I series in India, beginning 9 June.
Top knocks from Tamim Iqbal (133*), Liton Das (54*) and Mushfiqur Rahim (53*) helped Bangladesh end Day 3 on 318/3.
Kuldeep, Axar share four wickets; Punjab Kings need a miracle to make the playoffs.
Tamim and Mahmudul start strongly after Mathews 199 drags Sri Lanka to 397.
Padikkal, Boult and Ashwin help Rajasthan Royals leapfrog Lucknow Super Giants.
Wriddhiman Saha score unbeaten 67 powers GT to seven-wicket win over Chennai Super Kings.
Sri Lanka post 258/4 on opening day, Kusal Mendis made 54.
The former Australia all-rounder was involved in a single-car crash about 50 kilometers outside Townsville.