SunRisers Hyderabad has suffered a minor setback ahead of their first fixture of IPL 2021 as Jason Roy will miss the clash. SunRisers Hyderabad will open their IPL 2021 campaign against the Kolkata Knight Riders on the 11th of April in Chennai.
Former England batsman Mark Butcher finds it difficult for Jason Roy to make it into the eleven of the Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2021. The swashbuckling opener was roped in by David Warner’s side as a replacement for Mitchell Marsh, who pulled
Sunrisers Hyderabad will start their IPL journey with the first match against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 11, 2011. Sunrisers Hyderabad will be led by David Warner in IPL 2021. Last season in IPL 2020, the team earned the 3rd spot after
England opener Jason Roy will finally become part of IPL 2021 after not receiving bids at the auction held on the 18th of February. Jason Roy set his base price at INR 2 crores; however, he failed to receive offers, after which
Bhuvneshwar Kumar eventually had the last laugh as he knocked over England opener Jason Roy on the last ball of the first over of the innings after having been smashed for three boundaries in the first five balls. Chasing 330 to win
The visitors England incredibly levelled the ODI series after winning the second game of the three-match ODI series against the hosts India where they claimed a 6-wicket victory with 39 balls remaining. Before the last ODI of this series, which will be
England opener Jason Roy was seen venting his anger out at a water bottle after he was dismissed on a duck in the fifth T20I of the series between India and England. Roy was visibly frustrated at his dismissal on the very
The T20 series is moving to the crucial stages as England has taken a 2-1 lead in the five-match series and in-form players will be looking to make it big again. England’s pace attack comprising Jofra Archer and Mark Wood has been
England opener Jason Roy was not surprised with the kind of innings India debutant Ishan Kishan played in the second T20I of five-match series between India and England, which was played on March 14 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad.
England’s opening batsman Jason Roy was the lone highlight of the second T20I against India for the visitors as his 46 was the top-score in their total of 164/6. England lost the match by 7 wickets, as Ishan Kishan, Virat Kohli, and