Hyderabad, April 27, Saturday at 08:00 PM IST
After securing 3 wickets win over Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens, Rajasthan Royals are back in den to host Sunrisers Hyderabad in their next assignment. The hosts are placed bottom second in table and need to win each of their remaining fixtures to book a spot in playoffs. Royals have managed four wins in eleven encounters and need to win their three remaining fixtures with good margins to finish off in top four positions.
Sunrisers Hyderabad, on the opposite, are placed fourth in the ladders with five wins and five defeats in ten outings. They require at least three wins in their four remaining encounters and the road to it is definitely not easy. One of their key contributor with the bat- J Bairstow has flown back home and the side is forced to try a different combination at the top. The middle order failure is another concern for the side.
When last time these two sides met at Hyderabad, Sunrisers turned out to be victorious by 5 wickets. Put into bat first, the Royals posted 198 runs total on the board, courtesy Samson’s 102* off 55 balls. However, Sunrisers’ run chase was powered by the hundred runs opening partnership between Warner and Bairstow which saw the side register an easy 5 wickets win with an over to spare.
So, with the both the sides missing out the overseas giants, let’s see who takes an edge this time.
Total – 10
RR – 04
The wicket offers help to spinners. The boundaries are bigger in respective to other venues but the outfield is quite fast. The average first innings score at the venue is 157 so expect a total of 165-180 on the board in the first innings.
Matches won batting first – 15
Matches won bowling first – 26
Average 1st Inns scores – 157
Average 2nd Inns scores – 143
Highest total recorded – 197/5 (19.4 Ov) by RR vs DCG
Lowest total recorded – 92/10 (18.2 Ov) by MI vs RR
Highest score chased – 197/5 (19.4 Ov) by RR vs DCG
Lowest score defended – 151/7 (20 Ov) by SRH vs RR
RR – Livingstone & Turner IN, Stokes & Archer OUT
SRH – Saha, Williamson & Kaul IN, Sandeep, Bairstow & Pathan OUT
RR Playing 11:
Wicket-keeper – Sanju Samson
Batsmen – Ajinkya Rahane (c), Steven Smith, A Turner, L Livingstone
All-rounder – R Prayag, S Binny
Bowlers – J Unadkat, Shreyas Gopal, Varun Aaron, Oshane Thomas
SRH Playing 11:
Wicket-keeper – W Saha
Batsmen – D Warner, K Williamson, M Pandey, D Hooda
All-rounder – Shakib Al Hasan, V Shankar
Bowlers – Rashid Khan, Khaleel Ahmed, B Kumar, S Kaul
This RR vs SRH Dream11 prediction is high-risk but you may reap rewards if some assumptions come off. We advise you not to use these teams in small league contests.
Team 1 & 2: The local talents
It’s the time in Vivo Ipl 2019 where the foreign players have flown back and the onus is now on local players. M Pandey, R Prayag, Sanju Samson have shown what they are capable of.
Team 3 & 4: Pick the less chosen
David Warner and S Smith are the favourites in batsmen section; selected in more than 90% of fantasy teams
Rashid Khan and Shreyas Gopal are the most picked bowlers; picked in more than 80% of fantasy teams
Team 5 & 6: Unorthodox combinations
THIS RR VS SRH DREAM11 PREDICTION IS HIGH-RISK BUT YOU MAY REAP REWARDS IF SOME ASSUMPTIONS COME OFF. WE ADVISE YOU NOT TO USE THESE TEAMS IN SMALL LEAGUE CONTESTS.