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OVERS 3: 17 RUNS! Big over for Mumbai Indians. Evin Lewis and Ishan Kishan hit Sandeep Sharma for a six and two fours in the over. MI 28/1
OVERS 2: OUT! Shakib Al Hasan took a good catch as Billy Stanlake got rid of Rohit Sharma (11). MI 11/1
OVERS 1.2: SIX! Rohit Sharma hit Billy Stanlake over backward square leg for first maximum of the innings. MI 7/0
OVER 1: Good start from Sandeep Singh, gave away just one run. Mumbai Indians 1/0
OVERS 0.4: DROPPED! Deepak Hooda dropped Rohit Sharma (0) early in the innings. Mumbai Indians 1/0
Here we go…Rohit Sharma and Evin Lewis start the Mumbai Indians innings and Sandeep Sharma is with the ball for Sunrisers Hyderabad
TOSS: Sunrisers Hyderabad win toss and opt to bowl against Mumbai Indians
Sunrisers Hyderabad: Wriddhiman Saha (w), Shikhar Dhawan, Kane Williamson (c), Manish Pandey, Deepak Hooda, Yusuf Pathan, Shakib Al Hasan, Rashid Khan, Billy Stanlake, Siddarth Kaul, Sandeep Sharma
Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (c), Evin Lewis, Ishan Kishan (w), Suryakumar Yadav, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Ben Cutting, Mayank Markande, Pradeep Sangwan, Mustafizur Rahman, Jasprit Bumrah
“The pitch looks good despite the mosaic nature of it. It should go through for the fast bowlers. There will be good pace and carry. It looks like it will spin as well, not as much as the last one, but it will turn. SRH will be happy with a good mix of pace and spin. They have to be careful of the short square boundaries though – 70 and 62 metres, respectively. Batting or bowling doesn’t matter, the toss doesn’t matter, just need to get more than 165 if you bat first” –
Sunrisers Hyderabad will bank on their bowling attack to unsettle Mumbai Indians when the two teams meet on Thursday.
Hyderabad, led by Kane Williamson in the absence of David Warner who is serving a one-year ban due to a ball tampering incident, hardly broke sweat during their emphatic nine-wicket victory over Rajasthan Royals in their opening match.
Mumbai Indians, on the other hand, lost a closely fought match against Chennai Super Kings in the tournament opener.
Hyderabad showed in their first game that they have the most diverse bowling attack in the competition. India’s celebrated pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar leads the line with his swing bowling while Billy Stanlake has raw pace and Siddarth Kaul can hit the deck. The spinning department, led by Afghanistan’s highly-rated leg-spinner Rashid Khan, also has the likes of Shakib Al Hasan with his orthodox left-arm spin.
Shikhar Dhawan’s form is a boon on the batting front for SRH though their batting depth was not tested during the first match.
Coming to the visitors, Mumbai Indians has a star-studded team with skipper Rohit Sharma leading the list. Rohit would expect a better effort from his batsmen as 165 on a good batting track wasn’t par for the course.
Besides Rohit, Evin Lewis, who has two T20 hundreds against India, and the explosive Kieron Pollard would like to show their big-hitting prowess on Thursday.
For Mumbai, the biggest gain from the opening game was young leg-spinner Mayank Markande’s performance on IPL debut. He scalped the wickets of Ambati Rayudu and CSK skipper MS Dhoni. Mumbai could see all-rounder Hardik Pandya not play due to an ankle injury he picked up in the last game.