SRH vs MI, IPL 2020: Warner, Saha's century stand takes Hyderabad into the Playoffs with a 10-wicket win

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David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha

David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha are off to a confident start.   -  BCCI/IPL

This was Santadeep Dey bringing you LIVE commentary of IPL 2020: SRH vs MI in Sharjah.

That'll be all for the day from us, folks. Do join us tomorrow for the first Women's T20 Challenge match between Harmanpreet Kaur's Supernovas and Mithali Raj's Velocity at Sharjah before we head into the Playoffs the day after. Until then, goodbye and goodnight!




So that's how the table looks like now:

Mumbai Indians (Q)149518+1.107
Delhi Capitals (Q)148616-0.109
Sunrisers Hyderabad (Q)147714+0.608
Royal Challengers Bangalore (Q)147714-0.172
Kolkata Knight Riders (X)147714-0.214
Kings XI Punjab (X)146812-0.162
Chennai Super Kings (X)146812-0.455
Rajasthan Royals (X)146812-0.569


Shahbaz Nadeem, MoM: I have been playing like this for the last couple of years. It is important that whenever you get your chances you need to give your 100% and that's what came out today. I have been working on the carrom ball for a couple of years and I thought it was the right time to bowl it because they have a lost of left-handers in their side. The round arm delivery doesn't bounce much, but it also depends where it pitches.

David Warner, SRH captain: It feels good now after that dreadful loss against KXIP. They rested a few players but to hold them to 150 on this ground was great. A lot of credit goes to the bowlers, Nadeem was superb. We were trying to be as clinical with the bat then and it feels good. We try and put our best foot forward and that stems from the franchise owners. They are great people and it is like a family. We have a never-say-die attitude and that is how we approach each game.

VVS Laxman, SRH mentor: Very proud of the entire group, especially after losing that game against KXIP where weren’t able to chase a small target. The boys showed tremendous character. [Shahbaz] Nadeem was fantastic today and [Wriddhiman] Saha has also stepped up in the last few games. We knew we had to win games against top teams, just took each game as it came. Executed our plans whether it was in the batting department or bowling department. Shows the depth of the squad. Everyone maintained the positivity and that’s why we qualified.

Rohit Sharma, MI captain: Not the day we want to remember, probably our worst performance of the season. We wanted to try a few things and it didn't go our way. We knew dew was going to play a factor and we wanted to take the toss out of consideration but we didn't play good cricket today. I was happy to be back, it's been a while. I'm looking forward to play few more games here, let's see what happens. It (hamstring) is fine, absolutely (Australia series?). They played good shots in the PowerPlay, and that helped them. It's a very funny format. It's always nice to forget was has happened, and focus on the present.

RESULT: Hyderabad beats Mumbai by 10 wickets to stage a grand entry into the Playoffs. Additionally, that means KKR has been knocked out of the tournament.

SRH 151/0 in 17.1 overs:
Game. Set. Match. A boundary from Warner off Krunal seals the deal.

SRH 144/0 in 17 overs: Three runs come off this Coulter-Nile over as Warner and Saha continue to saunter towards a massive win.

SRH 144/0 in 16 overs: Just get the kill, already! This is turning out to be torture for Mumbai [and I guess, KKR as well?] Warner goes exploring in the midwicket region again, meanwhile, to get another boundary. Hyderabad needs 6 runs in 24 balls.

SRH 137/0 in 15 overs: Coulter-Nile bowls a comparatively good over until the penultimate ball gets slapped by Warner between wide long on and deep midwicket for a boundary. Hyderabad comfortably cruising on in Sharjah.

SRH 131/0 in 14 overs: SRH set to qualify with the second-highest NRR among all the eight franchises. Meanwhile, Mumbai continues to give away freebies. Kulkarni bowls a wide after conceding three singles. Nine runs come off that over.

SRH 122/0 in 13 overs: Krunal bowls a bouncer, which turns into five wides. Jeez! You blindfold the Hyderabad batsmen, here on, and maybe they'd still romp home. With the host requiring 28 runs in 42 balls, a strategic timeout has been taken. At this stage, can safely call it a drinks break, though.

SRH 110/0 in 12 overs: An eventful over, this, from Chahar. Warner gets to a fifty in style off 34 deliveries with a maximum towards long-on, the century stand comes up and Saha scores his half-century as well off 34 deliveries. The contest is all but over and KKR fans have, in all probability, switched channels on their TV sets.

SRH 97/0 in 11 overs: There's no need to worry and hurry as Saha and Warner look content going for a run a ball... well, that at least off the first four until a horrible full toss from Krunal gets bludgeoned to the fence for a four by Saha. The happy faces in the Sunrisers dugout tells the whole story.

SRH 89/0 in 10 overs: Chahar sneaks in a good over. Sticks to the right line and length throughout to concede just five off the last six balls.

SRH 84/0 in 9 overs: Outstanding batsmanship on display, courtesy Saha. After slicing a fuller one from Krunal over backward point to get a boundary, Saha swivels to pull the very next delivery to the fence again.

SRH 71/0 in 8 overs: Mumbai will be relieved of the mere fact that no boundaries have come in this over. Pattinson almost had Warner, as well, after the Hyderabad skipper's pull off a short one dipped just short of Rohit at midwicket.

SRH 65/0 in 7 overs: Runs continue to come thick and fast for the Sunrisers. Warner reverse sweeps Chahar and before you could bat an eyelid, the ball races past everyone to the fence.

SRH 56/0 in 6 overs: Coulter-Nile, looking to get the inswinger at the blockhole, overcooks to gift a wide. Warner gets a boundary in this over as well, as he muscles a good-length delivery wide of mid-on. The PowerPlay ends and it has been all of Hyderabad's, thus far. Mumbai has quite some thinking to do in this timeout!

SRH 49/0 in 5 overs: Will spin bring about a change in Mumbai fortunes? Rahul Chahar is into the attack. Saha won't mind. He takes on the Rajasthan cricketer and pulls him over midwicket to get a boundary. Warner joins in on the fun as he slogs one to the ropes just wide of square leg. Close! Warner was as good as gone as a switch hit falls only inches ahead of short third man.

SRH 40/0 in 4 overs: Warner looks to be in a hurry as the grass obviously looks greener on the top-four side! Pattinson has been taken on a wild, wild ride with the Hyderabad skipper hitting three boundaries off the first three deliveries.

SRH 24/0 in 3 overs: Kulkarni doing the impressive work of denying Saha the pace he is looking to work with. The Bengal glovesman survives after a slice just lands in front of short third man. He gets off to another lucky escape past QDK after getting a thick edge down to the ropes. He further negates all the good work Kulkarni has done so far to finish the over off with another boundary down the leg side.

David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha

David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha are off to a confident start.   -  BCCI/IPL


SRH 14/0 in 2 overs: Coulter-Nile to share the new ball. Saha works one through the line of the ball over mid-off to pocket the first six of the innings. He follows it up with a better-looking shot, which clears the mid-on ropes after a bounce.

SRH 3/0 in 1 over: Kulkarni starts off with a wide down leg side. A short ball thuds on Warner's pads, a little later, and sees the whole side go up in appeal, which falls on deaf ears. Kulkarni goes "Catch it," after Warner works another through the onside, but it falls well short of the fielder in the deep.

Warner and Wriddhiman - the two Ws who can take the game away from you on any given day - are Hyderabad's openers. Kulkarni to bowl.

Match review | Aashin Prasad and Dipak Ragav picked SRH's bowling to be the side's weapon vs Mumbai Indians. Now that the bowlers have done their job, can the batsmen keep up? Catch their review of the Delhi vs Bengaluru game and a look at the IPL Playoffs race.



Jason Holder: Really good effort by the boys. Sandeep [Sharma] did well, taking the PowerPlay wickets and then we finished well. A little sticky, this pitch, but it got better. We have to get going in the PowerPlay and continue the effort throughout the innings.

SRH needs 150 to win the contest and seal a place in the Playoffs

Mumbai Indians missing the services of the other Pandya?

Will this be a cakewalk for Warner and his boys? KKR wouldn't want that to happen, of course!

MI 149/8 after 20 overs: BOWLED. That's the big wicket! Right after getting hit for a humongous maximum over deep midwicket, Holder gets the better of Pollard as he looks to pull a full toss towards deep backward square leg. Ouch! A throw off the last delivery towards the keeper's end, as Kulkarni and Pattinson run a couple, sees the Mumbai pacer receive a nasty blow on the back of his helmet. Concussion tests being carried out.

An interesting bit of trivia by our correspondent Amol Karhadkar -->


MI 139/7 after 19 overs: A cat has nine lives, they say. Pollard has two, at least that many, until now. Natarajan cramps Pollard for room as he looks to flick this over fine leg but ends up getting hit on the pad again. The umpire raises his fingers, this time around, but a Mumbai review sees the ball pitch outside leg on the tracker. Polly celebrates that by hitting three consecutive sixes off the next deliveries.

MI 119/7 in 18 overs: Coulter-Nile's gone! Holder bowls this right in the slot and the Australian pacer looking to go for a cover drive, finds Garg at extra cover. That brings up the West Indies Test captain's 100th T20 wicket.

MI 116/6 in 17 overs: Kishan, who didn't want to be left out of the party, smokes Sandeep's second ball over long-off for a six. Sandeep, however, bounces back again after being whacked at, for the second time this night, to get Kishan to drive the ball onto his own sticks! Pollard shimmies down to play a defensive shot but the ball was found crashing onto the pads. Warner goes upstairs, nevertheless, but turns out there was a faint edge.

MI 109/5 in 16 overs: Mumbai enters triple figures. Meanwhile, Warner asks Natarajan to bowl yorkers just outside the line of off stump, made obvious by the kind of field set by the Australian. The big man, however, couldn't care less, as he displays the first signs of what we may see more of in the upcoming overs as two back-to-back fours whiz past over the head of the bowler like a bullet.

MI 98/5 in 15 overs: Whaaaaaat! How did Rashid, normally as safe as houses, drop this? Kishan gets down on one knee to go big with the slog but ends up getting a top-edge towards the midwicket skies. Rashid settles underneath but lets go of what can only be called a dolly. Kishan breathes some life into the innings with a boundary later. Polly survives off the last! Looked plumb as the West Indies hard-hitter looks to play a shot on the front foot but the umpire wasn't interested. Warner goes upstairs but the impact turns out to be umpire's call even though the ball would have gone on to hit the stumps. Time for another strategic timeout.

MI 90/5 in 14 overs: Another good over from Nadeem and Pollard, who has the highest strike rate (200.00) in this season, thus far, doesn't look to take any unnecessary risks.

MI 87/5 in 13 overs:
Till how long will you hold Rashid back? He gets rid of Saurabh off the very first ball. This was another googly and the batsman has nicked this straight into the Saha's gloves. Can Kieron Pollard initiate the rescue act, hereon?

MI 82/4 in 12 overs: Electric stumping by Saha sees the back of the in-form Suryakumar Yadav, who departs for 36 off 29 deliveries. The Bengal 'keeper knew he had his man, the moment the stumps lit up. What an over this is turning out to be! Krunal Pandya goes for duck now. The ball is stopping in its tracks and that becomes all the more obvious as we see Krunal end up completing his shot even before the sphere reaches him. Williamson deserves credit as well for darting in to take a wonderful catch, diving forward.

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Sunrisers Hyderabad players celebrate a wicket.   -  BCCI/IPL


MI 81/2 in 11 overs: Tidy over! Natarajan keeps things tight in the over to concede only three off it.

MI 78/2 in 10 overs: Suryakumar greets Rashid with a boundary. As if that wasn't enough, Kishan inflicts further pain as he goes downtown off a flighted wrong'un.

MI 65/2 in 9 overs: Time for some off- spin feat. Nadeem. He sticks to bowling fuller and on the line of the off stump to keep it down to a run a ball. He, however, has dropped Kishan on 7. This was hit straight and hard and Nadeem gets his left ring finger in the way, while trying to execute a one-handed catch. It goes down, although it does save a few valuable runs. The bowler ends up picking an injury, but looks like he's good to carry on.

MI 59/2 in 8 overs:
Rashid Khan, Hyderabad's most successful bowler by quite some distance, to bowl his first. Suryakumar and Kishan clearly look to go after him off a few balls but just weren't able to connect. Time for the first strategic timeout of the day.

MI 52/2 in 7 overs: Natarajan has been brought into the attack. Will the Tamil Nadu speedster, known for his ability to bowl the yorkers at will, be able to bother the Mumbai batsmen at the crease? Oh, and a missed opportunity! How close was this? Natarajan in his followthrough, fails to hold on as Suryakumar nudges the ball straight down the track.

MI 48/2 in 6 overs: Isn't this a bit too early to introduce spin, especially when your pacemen are doing the job? Shahbaz Nadeem has been whacked for two back-to-back boundaries by Suryakumar - one to the ropes at deep point, the next towards deep extra cover.

MI 39/2 in 5 overs: QDK tees off and how! The South African opener slams the first ball for a boundary through deep extra cover and then follows it up with two huge maximums. But, oh well! Talk about fate. Sandeep, clearly under pressure, goes for a wide full toss. You could almost see QDK's eyes light up as he looks to hit this through cover but ends up getting the under-edge right onto his furniture. Oh, he can't believe it... neither can we.

MI 23/1 in 4 overs: Holder has been welcomed back into the attack with a boundary by Suryakumar again. The 30-year-old is showing the intent to go after the bowlers straightaway. He goes on to work another delivery through deep extra cover but Warner does some great work in the deep to prevent this from rolling over into the ropes.

MI 16/1 in 3 overs: The lack of pace had been frustrating Rohit for some time now and that has resulted in a big breakthrough for Hyderabad- the MI skipper again goes for the lift over mid-off but neither gets the required timing nor power behind that shot. This was a knuckle ball and Warner pulls off a wonderful dive to complete a stunning catch. Suryakumar Yadav, who has joined QDK in the middle, gets off the mark in style with a boundary, splitting the extra cover and mid-off.


Sandeep Sharma celebrates the dismissal of Rohit Sharma.   -  BCCI/IPL


MI 10/0 in 2 overs: Holder to ply his trade from the other end. The Barbadian has proved to be very valuable for the Hyderabad franchise since he played his first match this season only a few days ago. De Kock looks to go for what looked like half-a-scoop at most and almost ended up giving away his wicket. Rohit, looking to break the shackles, goes for the loft over long-off, but thankfully for his side, the ball lands short of the fielder in no man's land.

MI 5/0 in 1 over: Sandeep's getting the ball to move back into the right-hander and takes Rohit by surprise off the very first. QDK heaves a sigh of relief as well after a delivery bowled just back of a length misses the stumps by a few inches. A boundary through deep mid-wicket, however, helps Mumbai calm those nerves.

Warner and his boys limbering about before heading out to take their positions on the field. Rohit and QDK are back at the top for MI. Sandeep Sharma to try and get an early breakthrough with the new ball.


56 games down, we are yet to determine the final spots on the table. Yes, that's how this season of the IPL has been - sans dead rubbers. Fasten your seatbelts, ladies and gentlemen! We are in for some crazy action tonight.


Mumbai Indians:
Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (w), Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, James Pattinson, Dhawal Kulkarni

Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (c), Wriddhiman Saha (w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan


Rohit Sharma, MI captain: Throughout the tournament there has been a lot of talk about the toss, and we need to that out of contention and play good cricket. Looks like [I'm fit and fine]. I am coming in in place of Jayant Yadav. We are resting some key bowlers - Bumrah and Boult will rest, Pattinson and Dhawal Kulkarni will replace them.

David Warner, SRH captain: 
We are having a bowl first. It played nice and slow the other day, even though it was another pitch. Even though there is some sheen on it, I think it will be a little slow early on so we'd like to capitalise on that. We have gotten Priyam Garg in for Abhishek Sharma.



David Warner wins toss. SRH to bowl.   -  BCCI/IPL




"The scores have come down mightily from 200 to 150 in Sharjah, which shows that the pitch has slowed down considerably. There's probably a little bit of moisture underneath. The surface looks dark and doesn't have the sheen as before. With the sun it might dry out later," reckon Kumar Sangakkara and Murali Kartik.   -  BCCI/IPL

Rohit to feature in MI's Playing XI?


BIG NEWS! Rohit Sharma can be seen warming up in the middle. Will he be leading Mumbai tonight?   -  BCCI/IPL



SRH: David Warner (c), Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, Abdul Samad, Abhishek Sharma, Jason Holder, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan

MI: Ishan Kishan (wk), Chris Lynn, Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Kieron Pollard (c), Krunal Pandya, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jayant Yadav, Dhawal Kulkarni

KKR co-owner and 'King of Bollywood' Shahrukh Khan celebrated his 55th birthday yesterday.

Will Rohit Sharma and Co. be able to beat SRH to present SRK the best birthday gift possible? For the uninitiated, only if Mumbai Indians win the last league game of the season tonight, the Knight Riders will sneak past David Warner's men into the Playoffs.

- Don't let the pressure get to you. Relish the moment with Kane's special cuppa, instead!

David Warner and Trevor Bayliss

Sunrisers Hyderabad captain David Warner with head coach Trevor Bayliss ahead of the match against Mumbai Indians.   -  BCCI/IPL

Mumbai Indians have already left for Sharjah from the team hotel. Here's a sneak peak -->


The Indian Premier League 2020 has been a hard-fought affair. For the first time, three teams have exited the tournament with 12 points which makes the last encounter of the league stage a knockout fixture for Sunrisers Hyderabad. To qualify for the playoffs, they need to overcome Mumbai Indians in Sharjah on Tuesday.

READ| IPL 2020, SRH vs MI Match 56: Sunrisers Hyderabad beats Mumbai Indians, qualifies for playoffs

Sunrisers escalated their performance in the middle of the tournament despite injury threats. It needs to break the 12-point deadlock to catch up with Kolkata Knight Riders (14 points) and eventually, seal the playoffs spot on better net run rate [+0.555]; KKR’s net run rate reads -0.214.

If Sunrisers lose, Eoin Morgan's men will make the playoffs.

The build-up

Sunrisers had a remarkable turnaround after messing up the 127-run target against Kings XI Punjab last week. It brought in seasoned IPL campaigner Wriddhiman Saha as opener, a move that proved magical as the right-hander smashed a 45-ball 87 [against Delhi Capitals] and a 32-ball 39 against Royal Challengers Bangalore to guide his team home.

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England wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow has been warming the bench for the past two games. With Saha among runs and Jason Holder impressing with both the bat and ball, it will be difficult for Bairstow to stage a return. Kane Williamson and Rashid Khan are certainly indispensable and the fourth foreigner is David Warner, the skipper.

KEY STAT: The last five games in Sharjah have been won by teams batting second.

On top of that, Holder is one wicket away from 100 T20 dismissals, and 20 runs away from 1,000 runs.

Sunrisers will rely on Rashid to cause the breakthroughs. The star leggie from Afghanistan has picked up eight wickets in seven games against Mumbai, conceding at 4.82 an over.

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Mumbai had a smooth transition of leadership from Rohit Sharma to Kieron Pollard as the former is nursing a hamstring injury. He is likely to sit out tonight’s game, too.  Under Pollard, Mumbai won three out of four games to move to the top of the table (18 points).

The key men

Before a game against Mumbai, every opposition has to prepare separately for Jasprit Bumrah. The express pacer picked up 23 wickets in 13 games and is only second to Kagiso Rabada in the Purple Cap race. But Sunrisers do have an antidote in Manish Pandey, who has a good record against the pacer — 50+ runs off 25 balls without being dismissed.

Sunrisers can turn to Sandeep Sharma to tackle the Suryakumar Yadav threat in the middle-order. Sharma has dismissed the Mumbai Indians batsman six times in the IPL while conceding only 27 runs off 28 balls.

However, Mumbai can afford to rest a few key players to keep them fresh for the playoffs. It will be interesting to see if they decide to bring in Chris Lynn for Quinton de Kock and Dhawal Kulkarni for Bumrah.


The two teams have faced each other 15 times in the IPL so far. MI has won eight times and SRH, seven.

David Warner and Jasprit Bumrah

David Warner and Jasprit Bumrah during Sunrisers Hyderabad's away fixture at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on October 4.   -  BCCI/IPL


Last encounter: Mumbai Indians 208/5 (Quinton de Kock 67 (39), Hardik Pandya 28 (19), Kieron Pollard 25 (13), Krunal Pandya 20 (4); Sandeep Sharma 2/41, Siddarth Kaul 2/64 beat Sunrisers Hyderabad 174/7 (David Warner 60 (44). J Bairstow 25 (15); Trent Boult 2/28, James Pattinson 2/29 and Jasprit Bumrah 2/41 by 34 runs.

IPL 2020 Form guide

Hyderabad heads into this must-win game on the back of two straight wins. It has won three of its last five matches.

Mumbai has also won three of its last five matches.

Top performers so far

David Warner's Sunrisers Hyderabad :

Top run-scorersTop wicket-takers
David Warner (444)Rashid Khan (18)
Manish Pandey (380)T. Natarajan (14)
Jonny Bairstow (345)Sandeep Sharma (10)

Rohit Sharma's Mumbai Indians :

Top-scorersTop wicket-takers
Quinton de Kock (418)Jasprit Bumrah (23)
Ishan Kishan (362)Trent Boult  (20)
Suryakumar Yadav (374)Rahul Chahar (15)

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1. Jasprit Bumrah (MI) - 230.5 points
2. Rashid Khan (SRH) - 227 points
3. Trent Boult (MI) - 216 points
4. Quinton de Kock (MI) - 198 points
5. T Natarajan (SRH) - 173.5 points

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  • Highest run-getter: KL Rahul (670)
  • Highest wicket-taker: Kagiso Rabada (25)
  • Highest individual score: KL Rahul (132*)
  • Best batting strike rate: Kieron Pollard (200.00)
  • Best bowling figures: Varun Chakravarthy (5/20)
  • Best economy: Rashid Khan (5.07)
  • Most dot balls: Jofra Archer (175)
  • Most fours: KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan (58)
  • Most sixes: Sanju Samson (26)
  • Fastest ball: Anrich Nortje (156.22 kmph)
  • Longest six: Nicholas Pooran (106m)
  • Fastest fifty: Nicholas Pooran (17 balls)
  • Fastest century: Mayank Agarwal (45 balls)


Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (c), Wriddhiman Saha, Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Abhishek Sharma, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan, Jonny Bairstow, Mohammad Nabi, Shreevats Goswami, Siddarth Kaul, Bavanaka Sandeep, Billy Stanlake, Fabian Allen, Virat Singh, Basil Thampi, Khaleel Ahmed, Sanjay Yadav, Priyam Garg, Prithvi Raj Yarra

Mumbai Indians: Ishan Kishan, Quinton de Kock, Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Jayant Yadav, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah, Rohit Sharma (c), Dhawal Kulkarni, James Pattinson, Aditya Tare, Mitchell McClenaghan, Chris Lynn, Hardik Pandya, Anmolpreet Singh, Anukul Roy, Mohsin Khan, Sherfane Rutherford, Digvijay Deshmukh, Prince Balwant Rai

IPL 2020 Points Table

Mumbai Indians (Q)139418+1.296
Delhi Capitals (Q)148616-0.109
Royal Challengers Bangalore (Q)147714-0.172
Kolkata Knight Riders147714-0.214
Sunrisers Hyderabad136712+0.555
Kings XI Punjab146812-0.162
Chennai Super Kings (X)146812-0.455
Rajasthan Royals (X)146812-0.569


The Indian Premier League match Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians will be broadcast live on the Star Sports Network. Live streaming will also be available on the Hotstar app or website exclusively for VIP and Premium users.