Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will face off in the sixth match of IPL 2021 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Wednesday. This will be the second match for both teams in the tournament.
Sunrisers Hyderabad will take on Kolkata Knight Riders in the third match of Indian Premier League 2021 (IPL 2021) at the MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai on Sunday. SRH have been a highly consistent side in the IPL. They made it to the playoffs last seasons as well, before going down to Delhi Capitals in the second qualifier.
After twelve attempts at reaching the final previously in vain, the Delhi Capitals finally managed to break the jinx as they beat the Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs in the qualifier-2. The batsmen had done their job by putting up 189 runs on the board, and Rabada-Stoinis picked up seven wickets between them even as Williamson nearly pulled off a major heist.
Having knocked out Royal Challengers Bangalore with a thoroughly professional effort in the Eliminator on Friday, Sunrisers Hyderabad would go in with the upper hand when they take on Delhi Capitals in the second Qualifier of IPL 2020 at Abu Dhabi on Sunday. SRH have been on a roll, winning five of their last six matches. Delhi, on the other hand, have been having a tough time. They lost four matches in a row, and only a victory against RCB in their last league encounter ensured them qualification for play-offs.
The target in sight for SRH was just 132, but RCB made a close game out of it with their leg spinners bowling tight lines. However, the experienced duo of Williamson and Holder carried them home, and booked a ticket in the qualifier-2 with the Delhi Capitals.
With Mumbai Indians having sealed their place in the IPL 2020 final, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore would look to stay alive in the competition when they face each other in the Eliminator at Abu Dhabi. While the loser of Friday’s contest will go home, the winner will battle it out with Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 2 for a place in the final.
Warner hit a magnificent 85*(58) and got great support from Saha as the pair chased down 150 without breaking a sweat. With that win, SRH qualified for the playoffs and KKR are now out of the tournament.