Kolkata Knight Riders won the toss and skipper Nitish Rana elected to bowl first against the Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Eden Gardens on Friday. There’s no change for KKR’s starting lineup while Sunrisers Hyderabad has brought back Abhishek Sharma in place of Washington Sundar. The KKR have won two out of three games so far and are placed in the third position in the points table.
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Hyderabadis were excited to witness first IPL match after a span of three years in the stadium. As the 16th edition of the IPL started with a bang, cricket lovers felt extreme happiness, as they are allowed to visit stadiums and cheer their favourite teams. A similar aura was at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, in Uppal, where Sunrisers Hyderabad played agianst Rajasthan Royals.
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CSK opening batsman Rituraj Gaikwad reached match number 46 of the IPL 2022, between CSK and SRH, becoming the joint-fastest Indian to score 1000 runs. It is a new record in the history of IPL, equal to Sachin Tendulkar's record.Gaikwad scored 99 off 57, powered six sixes and many fours, securing a successful win against SRH. The match was held at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium.
BCCI Vice-President Rajiv Shukla on May 4 announced that IPL is suspended due to players testing positive to COVID-19. He said that it is not cancelled and can be rescheduled later. The decision came along when Sunrisers Hyderabad player Wridihiman Saha and various other franchise members tested COVID positive. IPL chairman Brijesh Patel said that although suspended indefinitely, they will try to conduct it in next month
It was raining boundaries at Arun Jaitley Stadium as Jos Buttler with his thunderous knock of 124 runs off 64 balls single handedly led Rajasthan Royals (RR) to a comfortable 55-run victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad. Invited to bat first on a batting-friendly pitch, SRH's campaign soon turned into a misery as batting maestros led by Englishman Jos Buttler and Sanju Samson (48 off 33-balls) went guns blazing by putting a second-wicket… read-more
Sunrisers Hyderabad management on May 1 removed its captain David Warner and gave the captainship to New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson for the remaining tournament. Reportedly, the southpaw Australian opener was not performing well as SRH lost five of the six games played at IPL2021. The franchise also pointed of changing the overseas combinations in the upcoming match against Rajasthan Royals on May 2.
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Telangana TRS MLA Danam Nagender intimidated to stop future IPL matches played in Hyderabad due to the non-inclusion of local players in the game. During a TRS membership meeting, Nagender criticised SRH management and condemned the selection criteria. Nagendra further threatened to stop any IPL matches from being played in Hyderabad. However, this year SRH did not include a single player representing their state. Moreover, he insisted to… read-more
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Delhi Capitals have made their maiden entry into IPL final after beating Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs in second 'Qualifier'. Batting first, DC had a roaring start before Stoinis fell prey to Rashid Khan at team score of 86 runs. Later, Dhawan and Hetmyer marauded the SRH bowling attack. While Dhawan scored 78 runs off 50 deliveries, unbeaten Hetmyer slogged the bowlers in the end and with his 22-ball 42-run, DC put an above par total of 189… read-more
Sunrisers Hyderabad outplayed Royal Challengers Bangalore in a thriller 'eliminator' game to book a spot in second 'Qualifier'. In a small and tricky chase of 132 runs, Sunrisers composed their innings after losing wicket of opener Goswami in the first over. However, one thing that acts as a silver lining for Sunrisers is the fact that for every other match, they have a new performer in batting line-up. Subsequently, for this match,… read-more
With stellar-show of Warner and Saha, Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Delhi Capitals after putting highest total on Dubai ground in IPL-13. Batting first, Sunrisers posted 77 runs in powerplay, highest in the tournament. No DC bowler was up to the mark as Rabada also went wicketless for the first time in the season. It was Axar who broke the partnership by dismissing Warner 66(34), but till then Sunrisers had crossed 100 runs in 10 overs. Later, '… read-more