Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) will face Mumbai Indians (MI) on Saturday (6th April) night at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (Hyderabad).
Both teams will play their fifth match in IPL 2019. Meanwhile, SRH will play their third home match, and MI will play their third away match in this season. In the ongoing IPL season, SRH has earned six points, and the Mumbai franchise has earned four points.
IPL 2019 form (oldest to latest): Lost, Won, Won and Won
- In the ongoing IPL season, SRH hasn’t lost any wicket in the powerplay yet. In the first four matches of this season, their powerplay scores were 54/0 (against Kolkata Knight Riders), 69/0 (against Rajasthan Royals), 59/0 (against Royal Challengers Bangalore) and 62/0 (against Delhi Capitals).
IPL 2019 form (oldest to latest): Lost, Won, Lost and Won
Overall (12 matches): SRH won 7 matches; MI won 5 matches
In IPL (12 matches): SRH won 7 matches; MI won 5 matches
At Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad (6 matches): SRH won 4 matches; MI won 2 matches
In last 5 matches: SRH won 4 matches; MI won 1 matches
- Since May 2015, SRH has never suffered a defeat against MI at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (Hyderabad). The Orange Army has won their last three matches against MI at this venue. Last time, the Mumbai franchise beat them at this venue on 17th May 2015.
- On the other hand, MI has faced consecutive defeats in their last three encounters against SRH. Last time, the Mumbai side won against the Orange Army on 12th April 2017 at Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai).
i) The right-arm pacer has taken 98 wickets for SRH. With two more wickets, he will become the first bowler to take 100 T20 wickets for the Orange Army.
i) The right-arm pacer has taken 46 wickets in 42 IPL matches. He needs to take four more wickets to complete his 50 IPL wickets.
i) The right-handed batsman has scored 7,902 runs in T20 career. He needs to score 98 more runs to complete his 8,000 T20 runs.
i) The Indian pacer has bagged 70 wickets for MI. With two more wickets, he will become the third most T20 wicket-taker for MI by surpassing Mitchell McClenaghan (71 wickets).