SRH Win By 6 Wickets! Sunrisers Hyderabad booked a place for themselves in Qualifier 2 as they defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 6 wickets. Kane Williamson played a brilliant inning as his 14th IPL half-century took SRH over the line. Jason Holder also played a crucial role lower down the order. SRH will now face Delhi Capitals in their next fixture.
Kane Williamson has done well to keep Sunrisers Hyderabad in the game after they lost quick wickets in the middle overs. Now he and Jason Holder are looking to get their team over the line in a nail-biting finish.
Wicket! Sunrisers Hyderabad are in deep trouble at the moment as they are losing wickets at regular intervals amid increasing pressure. Priyam Garg is the latest man to depart as Yuzvendra Chahal gets his first of the game. Priyam Garg c Zampa b Chahal 7(14).
Wicket! A brilliant review from Royal Challengers Bangalore to overturn the umpire's decision. David Warner is finally given out after a lengthy check by the third umpire. This could be RCB's moment to get back in the game. Warner c de Villiers b Siraj 17(17).
Wicket! Sunrisers Hyderabad are pegged in the very first over of the game as they lose Shreevats Goswami for a duck, who was playing his first game of the season. Mohammed Siraj gives RCB a great start. Goswami c de Villiers b Siraj 0(3).
Innings Break! Royal Challengers Bangalore's batting woes continued in the eliminator against Sunrisers Hyderabad as the franchise once again stumbled not only in the middle overs but from the start. Jason Holder was brilliant on the night and finished with the figures of 3/25. AB de Villiers scored a half-century for RCB.
Wicket! A brilliant piece of bowling from T Natarajan as he gets rid of the well-settled AB de Villiers. An inch-perfect yorker from the SRH bowler clean bowled the South African. de Villiers b T Natarajan 56(43).
Wicket! T Natarajan gets his first wicket of the game as he dismissed Washington Sundar. RCB still have AB de Villiers in the crease but the South African needs support if his si to guide the franchise to a competitive score.
Wicket! Jason HGolder once again provides the breakthrough for Sunrisers Hyderabad as Shivan Dube is dismissed. The RCB batsman couldn't read the slower delivery as a leading-edge finds SRH skipper David Warner. Shivam Dube c Warner b Holder 8(13).
Run Out! Royal Challengers Bangalore have dug themselves a hole which is hard to climb out of. Already struggling, Moeen Ali added to the misery as he got run-out on a free-hit. Rashid Kahn with a brilliant piece of fielding for Hyderabad. Moeen Ali run out (Rashid Khan) 0(1).
Sunrisers Hyderabad will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in Eliminator in the Indian Premier League 2020. The clash will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on November 6, 2020 (Friday). Both teams are searching to advance in the competition as the loser gets knocked out while the winner of this clash will face Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 2. SRH vs RCB Preview: 7 Things You Need to Know About Dream11 IPL 2020 Eliminator.
Sunrisers Hyderabad secured their place in the playoffs on the last day by defeating now finalists Mumbai Indians. Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore despite a defeat in their last league game managed to secure a place in the knockout stage due to a higher net run rate. David Warner’s team finished in third place while Virat Kohli’s men took the final playoff spot. MI vs DC Stat Highlights IPL 2020 Qualifier 1.
Sunrisers Hyderabad have been one of the most consistent teams in recent IPL history and will be looking to take a step towards the final for the first time since 2018. Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore made it to the knockout stage for the first time since 2016 and would hope of making it to the summit clash.
Abu Dhabi has been one of the high-scoring grounds and toss plays an important role at the venue. In the last five matches at the stadium, teams chasing have won all the games as the dew factor has played an important role.
Both teams have won one game against each other during their meeting earlier in the season with David Warner’s team recording a victory in the most recent fixture. Sunrisers Hyderabad have momentum on their side but RCB have enough quality to make it into the further stage of the competition.