RR vs SRH IPL : Rajasthan Royals will take on Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 28th match of Indian Premier League 2021 in Delhi on Sunday, 2 May. Rajasthan Royals have two wins from six matches while Sunrisers Hyderabad have only one win from six matches.
Rajasthan Royals as well as Sunrisers Hyderabad have been struggling in this IPL season and they need a turn around else their season can get over very soon. Rajasthan Royals need to improve their batting as their batsmen are struggling to score big runs and the likes of Shivam Dube and Riyan Parag need to bat with aggressive approach. In bowling spin is still a big concern for them.
On the other side, Sunrisers Hyderabad too is having similar issues and now they’re going to play under a new captain Kane Williamson as David Warner has been sacked after a poor start. In batting Warner and Bairstow need to give a good start and captain Kane Williamson should bat at number 3 and in bowling their pacers need to work on their line lengths and spinner Rashid Khan who is fine form has to continue his good run.
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the 28th match between Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in Delhi.
Head to Head in IPL : Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad have played 13 matches in the IPL so far.
RR vs SRH IPL Record:
Matches – 13
RR won – 6
SRH won – 7
Position in Points Table :
RR – 6 Match, 2 Wins, 4 Losses, 4 Points (7th place)
SRH – 6 Match, 1 Win, 5 Losses, 2 Points (8th place)
2000 – David Miller needs 55 more runs to achieve the milestone of 2000 IPL runs.
100 – Sanju Samson needs to hit 3 more sixes to complete 100 sixes for Rajasthan Royals in IPL.
14 – Sunrisers Hyderabad have won 14 out of 26 matches under Kane Williamson in IPL. In 11 matches they suffered defeat while 1 match was tied.
Top 3 Batsmen and Bowlers to watch out (from RR & SRH) –
Performance of top 3 batsmen and bowlers from both sides in IPL 2021 –
Sanju Samson – 229 runs at 45.80 in 6 innings (1 hundred)
Jonny Bairstow – 218 runs at 43.60 in 6 innings (2 fifties)
Kane Williamson – 108 runs without getting out in 3 innings (1 fifty)
Rashid Khan – 9 wickets at 16.44 in 6 matches
Chris Morris – 11 wickets at 17.72 in 6 matches
Chetan Sakariya – 7 wickets at 26.28 in 6 matches
Performance record against RR in IPL –
David Warner – 389 runs at 32.41 in 12 innings (3 fifties)
Manish Pandey – 344 runs at 34.40 in 12 innings (3 fifties)
Performance record against SRH in IPL –
Sanju Samson – 485 runs at 40.41 in 16 innings (1 hundred)
Jaydev Unadkar – 14 wickets at 22.21 in 10 matches