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MUMBAI INDIANS VS SUNRISERS HYDERABAD – IPL 2019 MATCH PREVIEW

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Match Details

Mumbai Indians versus Sunrisers Hyderabad, Match 51, IPL 2019

2 May 2019, 20.00 IST

Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Setting

The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai has a standout amongst the most batting-accommodating surfaces in the nation. The snappy outfield additionally makes it troublesome for the handling side to shorten the run-stream.

Mumbai Indians have been good at home this season, winning three out of four amusements challenged at the scene.

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With Delhi Daredevils and Chennai Super Kings having verified capability for the playoffs, just two spots stay with four groups competing for them. Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad are both in dispute for a playoff billet, and their standoff on Thursday would go far in figuring out which group experiences.

Hyderabad would wear a drained take care of the flights of David Warner and Jonny Bairstow, both of whom were in shocking structure this season. Mumbai will hope to jump on a modifying SRH unit and affirm their best four spot with a success on their home ground.

Straight on

Absolute matches – 13

Won by Mumbai Indians – 6 (46%)

Won by Sunrisers Hyderabad – 7 (54%)

Structure (Recent first)

Mumbai Indians – L W L W (better than average structure)

Sunrisers Hyderabad – W L W (better than average structure)

Last Match's Playing XI and conceivable changes

Mumbai Indians

Lasith Malinga, Rohit Sharma (c), Kieron Pollard, Suryakumar Yadav, Quinton de Kock (wk), Evin Lewis, Barinder Sran, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar

Conceivable changes: None. Mumbai are probably going to hold a similar XI.

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Bhuvneshwar Kumar, David Warner, Manish Pandey, Mohammad Nabi, Kane Williamson (c), Vijay Shankar, Sandeep Sharma, Rashid Khan, Khaleel Ahmed, Abhishek Sharma

Conceivable changes: Martin Guptill in for Warner.

My fantasy XI



Wicket-manager

Quinton de Kock has scored 40 or above thrice in his last six innings, and has been a solid nearness in the Mumbai Indians batting request. The South African worldwide has a strong normal of 32.87 in T20 cricket and a strike rate of more than 136.

Batsmen

Rohit Sharma, the Mumbai captain, scored a venturesome 67 against CSK as of late, helping his side to another triumph over their most outstanding opponents. In the event that MI are to make it to the best four this season, their pioneer will have a pivotal task to carry out in the following couple of recreations.

Kieron Pollard, a standout amongst the most mainstream faces in the MI unit, has been a piece of their center squad for quite a while. He has played some thrilling thumps this season and is their best defender in the 30-yard hover just as in the profound.

Martin Guptill has warmed the seat this IPL, yet will currently get his opportunity after Warner's flight. The New Zealand opener has four hundreds in T20 cricket, and is one of the hardest hitters of the white ball. He came into the competition on the back of a century for Auckland.

Kane Williamson, the SRH captain, was their most bankable player with the bat last season. Be that as it may, he is yet to make a significant commitment this season and will need to discover structure soon, particularly with the World Cup beginning in the not so distant future.

All-rounders

Hardik Pandya has been Mumbai's best player this season by a long distance. The all-rounder crushed 91 off only 34 conveyances against Kolkata in his last innings, nearly securing triumph for his side from a sad position. He will be the expert in Rohit Sharma's hand through the remainder of the period.

Krunal, Hardik's senior sibling, has likewise been a benefit for the Mumbai establishment. He's contributed with both bat and ball up until now, and will want to deliver more match-winning exhibitions in the rest of the period.

Vijay Shankar, who has had a fleeting ascent in universal cricket, has made some significant commitments for Hyderabad this season. His inside and out capacity makes him an advantage for the side, and he will be quick to enable his side to get one over Mumbai on Saturday.

Bowlers

With 13 wickets this season, Jasprit Bumrah is Mumbai's most elevated wicket-taker in the challenge. He has a bowling normal of 23.23 and an extraordinary economy rate of only 6.18 in 12 recreations.

Fans and specialists expected any semblance of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Siddarth Kaul to sparkle for SRH, however it has been Sandeep Sharma who has been their best pacer this season. He has 12 wickets in 11 recreations and as of late returned two fundamental scalps against Punjab.

Rashid Khan wasn't taking care of business in the principal half of the period, yet has apparently recaptured his magic at this point. He's the seventh most elevated wicket-taker in the class with 14 scalps, and has returned eight wickets in the last five diversions. He's additionally convenient patron with the bat.

Skipper and bad habit commander: Hardik Pandya and Rashid Khan

Different alternatives: Vijay Shankar and Rohit Sharma

Player to keep an eye out for: Hardik Pandya

Since serving his suspension after the notorious syndicated program episode, Hardik Pandya has resembled an alternate player. He has taken his diversion to the following dimension and will be a key player for Mumbai in the IPL, yet in addition for India at the World Cup.


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