Sunrisers Hyderabad is considered to be one of the most balanced teams in IPL. It has managed to show its well-executed planning and incredible play in several matches in the past. I wouldn’t be wrong If I say the team has managed to garner a lot of attention, love, and support not only from Hyderabadis but also from all over the country. Who doesn’t wait for the cricket season? Indeed, the pandemic delayed the IPL season to some extent but with all the precautions and guidelines, ITS FINALLY HERE!
GRAB YOUR POPCORN AND MARK THE DATES! Get ready to support your favorite time and spoil them with loads of love. Hyderabad has been keeping its hopes high and a sharp eye on SRH’s performance. The team failed to start their 2020 campaign on a positive note as they lost their very first match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. The gameplay was titled as a ‘Dramatic batting collapse’ and the team now has to keep up with the hopes of their fans in the following matches.
SRH has one of the most balanced teams in the Indian Premier League. Sunrisers Hyderabad had won the IPL in 2016 under the captaincy of David Warner. Therefore, their possibility of winning has increased in the past few years. The predictions are sometimes true as well as false. There is no certainty towards a specific win. After all, what is an interesting or intriguing match if it does not turn the predictions upside down at the end?
“SRH’s inexperienced middle-order was badly exposed in their last game when they failed to chase down a modest total of 164 despite the decent foundation that Jonny Bairstow (61) and Manish Pandey (34) laid for them with their 71-run partnership.
The failure of the next three batsmen – Priyam Garg, Vijay Shankar, and Abhishek Sharma – led to their downfall as SRH collapsed from 121 for 2 to 153 all out in less than 4 overs”. (Courtesy-IndiaToday).
Let’s see what the team has in store for us further matches.
Here is the match schedule:
- SRH vs. KKR – September 26, Saturday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. DC – September 29, Tuesday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. CSK – October 2, Friday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. MI – October 4, Sunday – 3.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. KXIP – October 8, Thursday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. RR – October 11, Sunday – 3.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. CSK – October 13, Tuesday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. KKR – October 18, Sunday – 3.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. RR – October 22, Thursday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. KXIP – October 24, Saturday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. DC – October 27, Tuesday – 7.30 pm IST
- SRH vs. RCB – October 31, Saturday- 7:30 IST.