The curtains will finally come down upon the two-month-long carnival of the Indian Premier League (IPL), 2018 on super Sunday (May 27). Come this Sunday, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will face Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), in the summit clash of IPL season eleven at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Meanwhile, both the teams have met each other on three occasions so far with Chennai sealing all of them in their favour.

Moreover, CSK and SRH have faced each other nine times and the Super Kings hold the edge over their southern rivals with seven wins.

Wankhede has been a high-scoring ground, however, the last few encounters have resulted in low scoring contests due to the sluggish nature of the pitch.

Both the teams also boast of some of the biggest impact players in the world of cricket. They have played some brilliant cricket throughout the season and will be eager to lift the trophy.

IPL 2018: Final, Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad - Weather Forecast
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Moreover, it will be SRH’s bowling versus CSK’s batting which will decide the fate of the encounter of IPL 2018.

Weather Forecast:

According to Accuweather, it is currently partly sunny in Mumbai and the temperature is hovering around 32-degree Celsius.

Well, the humidity is relatively high and it would give players a feel like 40-degrees Celsius.

Meanwhile, it will be partly cloudy in the lead up to the game. Furthermore, it will turn hazy during the course of the first innings.

However, there are no chances of rain whatsoever, which will make the fans happy. Subsequently, they will enjoy the blockbuster clash without any interruption at the iconic venue in particular.

Hourly weather update: Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, grand finale IPL 2018:

IPL 2018: Final, Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad - Weather Forecast
Photo Credit: AccuWeather.
IPL 2018: Final, Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad - Weather Forecast
Photo Credit: AccuWeather.

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Ankush Das

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