| On Apr 21, 2022 2:39 PM IST

SRH Playing 11 for RCB vs SRH, Match 36 of IPL 2022: Player Availability & Team News


SRH Playing 11: Almost everyone counted out SRH when they lost two matches on the trot and gave us shades of their last year’s performance. However, with 4 wins on the bounce, Kane Williamson & Co have redeemed themselves and now they will be heading to the Brabourne Stadium on April 23 to face Royal Challengers Bangalore in match no 36 of IPL 2022.

RCB vs SRH, Match 36 of IPL 2022 Team News

Sunrisers aren’t winning games, but they are cruising now. Currently placed fourth on the points table, Kane Williamson & Co are have won 4 out of their 6 games and a win here can propel their net run rate and help them breach into the top 4.

RCB vs SRH Head to Head


RCB won SRH Won No Results

Overall (20 matches)


11 1
Last 5 IPL Matches 2 3



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Umran Malik has found his mojo. After bowling some expansive & wayward deliveries in the first 3 to 4 games, Umran Malik has seemingly found a line to bowl and has been troubling the batters with his phenomenal pace. He will be the punt pick against top-class batters like Virat Kohli, Dinesh Karthik, Faf du Plessis, and Glenn Maxwell.

Washington Sundar’s availability? Is Washington Sundar available for this game? Well, there is no specific answer to this question as the off-spin all-rounder has not resumed his training in the nets. It seems like he will be missing this game as well.

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SRH Playing 11

SRH has no good reason to tinker with their eleven or even the batting order. Every player knows his role pretty clearly and there is no need for the think tank to tinker with the eleven.

Here’s SRH Playing 11

Abhishek Sharma
Kane Williamson
Rahul Tripathi
Aiden Markram
Nicholas Pooran
Shashank Singh
Jagadeesha Suchith
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Marco Jansen
Umran Malik
T Natarajan

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