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Sunrisers Hyderabad: First IPL team to Enter Playoffs

12 Mai 2018

Things couldn't have been worse for Virat Kohli and company as they today take on the confident Sunrisers Hyderabad in match 39 of VIVO IPL 2018 to be played out at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. The left arm pacer has been in good form and Delhi would expect him to be amidst the wickets tonight. Though we are the bottom, we back each other to do well. So far, Hyderabad have enjoyed a stellar campaign, having won 8 out of 10 matches that they have played. He was back in his supportive role once Bhuvneshwar was fit enough to resume his duties and brilliantly supported his team's winning efforts against Delhi Daredevils (restricted them to 163) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (defended a total of 146).

Williamson has led the team brilliantly as skipper and also excelled with the bat. You can't replace MS at the moment, then you have Dinesh Karthik who also deserves a chance in the national side, especially after what he did in Sri Lanka to win that game which was absolutely lost for India.

As we head towards the business end of IPL, with weaker teams nearly out of the reckoning, the standout feature of the tournament has been the performance of young Indian cricketers. Their only two defeats have come against Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings.

Sunrisers are not known for their batting prowess, but captain Kane Williamson and Shikhar Dhawan put on a show against DD and added an unbeaten 176 runs for the second wicket, with Dhawan scoring 92* and Williamson scoring 83*.

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Involved in two avoidable run-outs, Pant compensated the miscommunication on the field with a blistering unbeaten 63-ball 128 which contained 15 boundaries and seven sixes, to arrest a careless start from the hosts. He is Mr Consistency and likely to deliver again. Avesh Khan has been very expensive with the ball in recent games, and Delhi needs to utilise their bench strength when it has players like Shami.

Sunrisers Hyderabad: First IPL team to Enter Playoffs