SRH vs RR Live: Manish Pandey and Shankar Stormy Batting, SRH at Number 5

SRH vs RR Live

SRH vs RR Live: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) defeated Rajasthan Royals (RR) by 8 wickets in the 40th match of the 13th season of IPL. Batting after losing the toss in the match played in Dubai, Rajasthan gave a target of 155 runs. In reply, Hyderabad won the match by scoring 156 runs for 2 wickets in 18.1 overs.

Manish Pandey scored the highest unbeaten 83 in the IPL, putting his 18th fifty. Vijay Shankar scored an unbeaten 52 in the IPL, his third fifty. Both partnered 140 runs for the third wicket. Manish Pandey was also adjudged Man of the Match. Jofra Archer of Rajasthan got 2 wickets. With this win, Hyderabad has moved up to 5th place in the points table.

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SRH at Number 5

Warner-Bairstow did not run

Hyderabad captain David Warner and Johnny Bairstow could not do much in the match. Warner (4) was caught by Jofra Archer at the hands of Ben Stokes on the fourth ball of the first over of the innings. Archer then bowled Bairstow (10) in his next over to give Rajasthan another success.

Both Teams Playing XI

Rajasthan: Robin Uthappa, Ben Stokes, Sanju Samson (wicketkeeper), Steve Smith (captain), Jose Butler, Ryan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Jofra Archer, Shreyas Gopal, Ankit Rajput and Karthik Tyagi.

Hyderabad: David Warner (captain), Johnny Bairstow (wicketkeeper), Manish Pandey, Priyam Garg, Vijay Shankar, Abdul Samad, Jason Holder, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma and T Natarajan.

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Rajasthan Royals had scored 154/6

After winning the toss, Sunrisers Hyderabad brought Rajasthan Royals to bat. In front of the disciplined bowling of Sunrisers, none of the Rajasthan Royals batsmen played a big innings and scored 154/6 runs. Most of the Royals batsmen lost their wickets after spending enough time at the crease. For him, Sanju Samson (36 off 26 balls) scored the most runs, while Ben Stokes scored a struggling 30 off 32 balls. SRH vs RR Live.

Jason Holder, playing his first match in the current season, took 3 wickets for 33 runs for the Sunrisers, while Rashid Khan (one for 20) and Vijay Shankar (15 runs in three overs, one wicket) bowled.

Holder stopped Rajasthan at 154

Earlier, Jason Holder, playing his first match in the season, stopped Rajasthan from scoring big. Rajasthan scored 154 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs. Holder took 3 wickets for 33 runs in 4 overs. Holder also dismissed Uthappa.

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Sanju Samson scored 36 and Ben Stokes scored 30 runs for Rajasthan. Apart from this, Ryan Parag was out for 20 runs. Joffra Archer 16 and Rahul Teotia 2 not out. Apart from the holder, Rashid Khan and Vijay Shankar got one wicket each.

47 runs scored in power-play

Rajasthan did not have a good start. Robin Uthappa and Ben Stokes started the innings closely. Uthappa got off to a good start, but could not convert it into a big score. Uthappa was run out after scoring 19 runs. Stokes and Sanju Samson then took over the innings and moved the score to 47 in the power-play.

Butler-Smith did not bat

The bat of Jos Buttler and captain Steve Smith did not play in this match. Buttler was dismissed by 9 runs off Vijay Shankar. After this, Steve Smith also scored 19 runs and was out on Holder’s ball. On the next ball, Holder showed Ryan Parag (20) the way to the pavilion.


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