Perfect Prediction


Monday, 8 April 2019



Match Details

Rulers XI Punjab versus Sunrisers Hyderabad

eighth April 2019, 20:00 IST

Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali


The track at Punjab is a respectable one to bat on. A score of more than 160 in the primary innings is normally adequate to safeguard for the group batting first.

Match review

Sunrisers Hyderabad lost their last match in a significant humiliating manner against Mumbai. They couldn't make a 100 runs while pursuing an unobtrusive aggregate of 137 – and that regardless of having the best two most astounding run-getters of the competition.

Rulers XI Punjab, in the interim, are additionally on a similar vessel as they lost their last amusement against Chennai Super Kings. None of their batsmen – separated from KL Rahul and Sarfaraz Khan got the opportunity to twofold figures and they might want to enhance that.

Structure Guide (latest to most seasoned)

KXIP: L W L W (great structure)

SRH: L W L (great structure)

No holds barred

All out matches played: 12

Won by KXIP: 3 (25%)

Won by SRH: 9 (75%)

NR: 0 (0%)

Past Match XI and Probable Changes


Lokesh Rahul (wk), Chris Gayle, Mayank Agarwal, Sarfaraz Khan, David Miller, Mandeep Singh, Sam Curran, Ravichandran Ashwin (c), Andrew Tye, Murugan Ashwin, Mohammed Shami

Conceivable changes: None


David Warner, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Vijay Shankar, Manish Pandey, Deepak Hooda, Yusuf Pathan, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (c), Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul

Conceivable changes: Shakib Al Hasan/Williamson for Mohammed Nabi

My fantasy XI


Despite the fact that he couldn't proceed with his splendid structure in the last match against Mumbai, we can't overlook the way that Jonny Bairstow is the second-most noteworthy run getter in the competition up to this point.


Like Bairstow, Warner had an off day against Mumbai and would need to enhance that in the following amusement against Punjab.

For the Kings, both Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal had poor trips against Chennai. While Gayle made only the 5 runs, Mayank Agarwal got out for a duck as the Punjab batting line-up fell like a place of cards.


Ravi Ashwin is the principal name here as he is skipper and is practically sure to play the following amusement. He took three wickets in the last diversion while giving endlessly just 23 keeps running in his four overs.

Then, Sam Curran is the following choice. He was poor in the last amusement as he didn't get to feature his expertise with the bat and couldn't do anything with the ball however he is an exceptionally gifted player who could prove to be useful for the Kings XI.

At last, Vijay Shankar is the following on this rundown. He probably won't bowl much yet he has appeared of his capacity with the bat. He was poor in the last amusement yet would be anxious to disregard it.


Bhuvneshwar Kumar probably won't be very predictable in this version of the IPL yet he is the remain in chief of the group and took a solitary wicket in the last diversion.

Joining forces him is Siddharth Kaul. While he gave away 34 keeps running in his four overs, he took two wickets for his group to stop the stream of keeps running for Mumbai.

For the Kings XI, Mohammed Shami and Murugan Ashwin have been picked here. Shami was pricey in the last amusement to give away 41 keeps running from four overs yet he is an accomplished campaigner and could be tallied upon to bob back.

In the interim, Murugan Ashwin was exceptionally prudent as he gave away just 23 keeps running in his four overs against the Super Kings.

Chief and bad habit commander: Jonny Bairstow and David Warner

Player to keep an eye out for: Jonny Bairstow

The Englishman is in fine structure for his group so far this season. There is a motivation behind why he is second in the running for the Orange Cap and on the off chance that he keeps playing like the manner in which he has been – aside from the match against Mumbai – he can be one of the greatest dangers.

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