RCB vs SRH: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report of Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai- IPL 2022 Match 36. SRH take on RCB in a bid to win their fifth game on the trot at the Brabourne Stadium on Saturday at 7.30 pm IST. RCB are placed second on the points table with 10 points while placed fifth with 8 points. A win for Hyderabad can take them level to RCB in terms of points. Thus it is a crucial match for both teams.
74 matches will be played in IPL 2022 across four stadiums across the state of Maharashtra. Wankhede and DY Patil Stadium will host 20 matches each while the Brabourne stadium in Mumbai and MCA Stadium in Pune will play hosts to 15 games each. Group A has teams like MI, KKR, DC, RR, and LSG. Group B consists of CSK, RCB, SRH, PBKS, and GT. The final will be played on May 29 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad as per reports.
RCB have won their last two games on the trot after losing to CSK. They have now won five out of their first seven games in the season so far. Josh Hazlewood’s bowling has been their biggest plus point. He took seven wickets in the last two games for RCB which included a four-fer against Lucknow Super Giants. They have been playing well as a unit. However, Virat Kohli’s form with the bat is keeping them thinking.
Sunrisers Hyderabad, on the other hand, has won four on the trot. Their last win was against Punjab Kings. Their batting has clicked well in the last few games with their bowling being the highlight. Umran Malik’s pace is troubling the best in the world. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and T Natarajan have shouldered the responsibility as well. Washington Sundar is expected to return after missing the last few games due to an injury on his bowling hand.
RCB vs SRH: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report of Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai- IPL 2022 Match 36
As per Accuweather playing conditions on the matchday between RCB and SRH will be very warm on April 23. The temperature will be around 31 degrees with a humidity of over 50 percent. Dew is expected to play a part in the game as well.
The Brabourne wickets have played very differently in the last two matches. While the RR vs KKR game saw nearly 450-runs being scored, the Punjab vs Delhi game saw the pitch grip and turn. The match was rescheduled from Pune to the Brabourne stadium due to the Covid wave in the DC camp. The way the Punjab batsmen were struggling against spin was surprising to see. With the tournament reaching its halfway point, pitches are expected to have more turns now than before. It will be interesting to see how the wicket plays in this game.