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| On Apr 9, 2022 11:47 PM IST

SRH Playing 11 for SRH vs GT, Match 20 of IPL 2022: Player Availability & Team News


SRH vs GT: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) had a forgettable start to their IPL 2022 campaign as they suffered disappointing losses in their first two encounters of the tournament against Rajasthan Royals and Lucknow Super Giants respectively. However, after that, they made a great comeback in their third match. The Kane Williamson-led side pounded Chennai Super Kings to register their first win of the season.

SRH vs GT IPL 2022: Player Availability and Team News for Sunrisers Hyderabad against Gujarat Titans

After defeating CSK in their third encounter, Sunrisers Hyderabad will next lock horns against Gujarat Titans at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai on Monday (11th April).

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Going into the match, the Kane Williamson-led side will not have any availability concerns as all the players have joined the team. Ahead of their game against CSK, they were only without Australian pacer Sean Abbott.

However, the pacer recently arrived in India and is undergoing his mandatory three-day isolation. He will be available for SRH’s next clash against GT. Abbott was recently engaged in Australia’s white-ball series against Pakistan which was why he landed late in country.

The ‘Orange Army’ seems to have found their balance. They handed a debut caps to Marco Jansen and Shashank Singh, who had a decent outing against CSK. The duo is expected to retain their place, meaning Abdul  Samad and Romario Sphered will continue sitting out for their next clash.

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SRH vs GT: Probable SRH Playing 11 against GT

After dominating win against CSK, SRH are expected to continue the winning combination against GT.

Here’s SRH Playing XI for GT: 

Abhishek Sharma
Kane Williamson (c)
Rahul Tripathi
Aiden Markram
Nicholas Pooran (wk)
Shashank Singh
Washington Sundar
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Marco Jansen
Umran Malik
T Natarajan

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