SRH vs MI IPL : Sunrisers Hyderabad will take on Mumbai Indians in the 31st match of Indian Premier League 2021 in Delhi on Tuesday, 4 May. Sunrisers Hyderabad have only one win from seven matches and it’s a must win contest for them while Mumbai Indians have four wins from seven matches.
Sunrisers Hyderabad have struggled in the tournament from start and now they’re in a do or die situation as they have only one win from seven matches. The poor middle order have let them down big time and now the unexpected sacking and dropping of David Warner has further weakened their batting. Jonny Bairstow, Manish Pandey and captain Kane Williamson will have to step up and in bowling Rashid Khan and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will have to do better job and whole unit need to step up together else their tournament could get over soon.
On the other side, Mumbai Indians back in form with two back to back wins in Delhi and they’re coming with a record run chase of 2019. Their middle order is also back in form and team will hope they will continue their good form and in bowling the experienced duo of Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah will do better after a poor outing against Chennai Super Kings.
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the 31st match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians in Delhi.
Head to Head in IPL : Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians have played 17 matches in the IPL so far.
SRH vs MI IPL Record:
Matches – 17
SRH won – 8
MI won – 9
Position in Points Table :
SRH – 7 Match, 1 Win, 6 Losses, 2 Points (8th place)
MI – 7 Match, 4 Wins, 3 Losses, 8 Points (4th place)
13 – In the first meeting of this season Mumbai Indians beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs in Chennai.
100 – Jasprit Bumrah will make his 100th IPL appearance. He will also become the 6th player to play 100 or more IPL matches for Mumbai Indians.
250 – Quinton de Kock needs 2 more sixes to complete 250 sixes in Indian Premier League.
400 – Rohit Sharma needs to hit 3 more sixes to become the 7th player to hit 400 or more sixes in T20 cricket.
Top 3 Batsmen and Bowlers to watch out (from SRH & MI) –
Performance of top 3 batsmen and bowlers from both sides in IPL 2021 –
Jonny Bairstow – 248 runs at 41.33 in 7 innings (2 fifties)
Rohit Sharma – 250 runs at 35.71 in 7 innings (1 fifty)
Manish Pandey – 193 runs at 48.25 in 5 innings (2 fifties)
Rahul Chahar – 11 wickets at 18.36 in 7 innings
Rashid Khan – 10 wickets at 17.20 in 7 innings
Trent Boult – 8 wickets at 27.87 in 7 innings
Performance record against SRH in IPL –
Kieron Pollard – 418 runs at 46.44 in 15 innings (2 fifties)
Quinton de Kock – 371 runs at 41.22 in 10 innings (3 fifties)
Jasprit Bumrah – 13 wickets at 21.84 in 11 innings
Performance record against MI in IPL –
David Warner – 661 runs at 44.06 in 19 innings (6 fifties)
Manish Pandey – 580 runs at 34.11 in 19 innings (5 fifties)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar – 18 wickets at 18.22 in 15 innings