RR VS SRH BETTING TIPS
The Rajasthan Royals were in a triumphant situation in their past three matches however could just change over one out of them. In contrast with sunrisers Hyderabad, we trust Rajasthan Royals has a more grounded batting arrangement. The bowling assault for the two teams is slender yet the presence of Jofra Bowman gives Rajasthan Royals a lift here too.
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Sunrisers Hyderabad, like their opponents, have been inconsistent this season. From winning three matches in six matches, Warner’s men have lost their way. They lost three successive matches last week including an agonizing defeat in the Super Over. Can they recover from it? Also, injuries in their camp have played a big role in their sorry state of affairs. They lost Mitch Marsh in their first match; Bhuvi got injured during their fourth game and eventually got ruled out of the tournament. Now, Kane Williamson’s fitness seems to be an area of concern too. And, the bowling – traditionally their stronghold – is struggling with too much dependence on Rashid Khan. Plenty of questions to be answered – will Warner continue to bat in the middle-order, will they bring in Nabi/Holder, will they bring an additional spinner in place of Thampi? We’ll get to know. Barring the top-three, Hyderabad are the only team to have a positive NRR. If they win today, they’ll move to fifth on the points table.
Rajasthan Royals have tried five different opening pairs (Jasiwal-Smith, Buttler-Smith, Jaiswal-Buttler, Stokes-Buttler and Uthappa-Stokes) in ten games. Sanju Samson, who set the tournament alight with two brilliant knocks at Sharjah, is struggling to make runs now. The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman has registered six single-digit scores in his last eight outings. That’s the reason why RR’s top-order is struggling. While all the pundits/fans might argue for Buttler to open the innings, it’s highly unlikely that RR would heed to all those noises. “Buttler’s got capabilities to do what AB de Villiers, and Pollards and Hardik Pandyas, guys like that can do at the back end,” were captain Smith’s words after his team registered a 7-wicket win over CSK where the Englishman scored a magnificent 70* in a tricky chase. Coming on the back of a convincing win set up by their bowlers, the 2008 IPL champions won’t be tinkering with their XI. Cricket Betting Tips A win today will take them to the fourth position (albeit they would have played a game more than KKR).
ramble to make the top four.
The common factor between the two teams has been their inability to close out games that they were in control of. SRH skipper David Warner vehemently expressed his frustration after their latest loss to Kolkata Knight Riders in the Super Over. Warner had demoted himself to lend strength to the fragile middle order factoring in Kane Williamson’s hamstring injury. Jonny Bairstow opened with Williamson and got their side off to a good start, but quick wickets after the powerplay left Warner with a lot to do. He delivered in a slot that wasn’t his own, almost even took his side over the line, but SRH fell heart-wrenchingly short by a solitary run to force a Super Over. SRH thereafter slipped to their third successive loss, still stuck on six points.
Rajasthan, meanwhile, picked up a handy seven-wicket win over Chennai Super Kings a couple of days ago despite a familiar top-order collapse. Steve Smith played second fiddle to Jos Buttler who drove them home on a tricky wicket that wasn’t easy to bat on. The move to have Buttler in the middle order seems to be working for RR. However, it’s the top order of Ben Stokes, Robin Uthappa and Sanju Samson that needs to get amongst the runs to push for victories.
Their leg-spin twins in Shreyas Gopal and Rahul Tewatia bowling in tandem in the middle overs has been instrumental in tying down the opposition, complementing Jofra Archer at the top, forcing the mistakes from the batsmen. While RR have the cushion of having an extra win, time is running out for SRH, who can’t afford a slip-up. They need at least four wins in their last five games, while RR need another three from their remaining four for a shot at a playoffs berth. Looking at how closely-contested the tournament has been, it could come down to the NRR separating the sides in the end.
What:RR vs SRH, October 22, 2020; 7:30pm IST
Where:Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
What to expect:The wicket seems to be stopping a bit, but it still has a bit for the pacers. The average score seems to be around 160-170, but the role of the bowlers is growing in significance as the tournament is coming to a close.
Rajasthan Royals: Rajasthan Royals: After Unadkat’s horror over that fetched RCB 25 runs in the penultimate over and was instrumental in RR losing the game that they controlled for most part, they brought in Rajpoot for the left-armer. Although Rajpoot bowled just the one over against CSK with six bowling options at their disposal, RR should retain the same XI.
Probable XI: Robin Uthappa, Ben Stokes, Sanju Samson (wk), Steven Smith (c), Jos Buttler, Riyan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Jofra Archer, Shreyas Gopal, Ankit Rajpoot, Kartik Tyagi
Sunrisers Hyderabad:Kane Williamson struggled with a hamstring niggle against KKR, and will most likely have to sit out of the clash against RR. Given the pace assistance in Dubai, Jason Holder could come in for him, adding to their middle order as well as giving them a seventh bowling option if Samad is used.Vijay Shankar bowling his four for the first time in the IPL for just 20 runs will give him and SRH some confidence for the middle overs. Thampi went for runs in his first game this season, but SRH don’t have much reason to leave him out.
Probable XI:David Warner (c), Jonny Bairstow (wk), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson/Jason Holder, Priyam Garg, Vijay Shankar, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan, Basil Thampi
What they said:”I’ve been doing ok, not quite scored as many runs as I would’ve liked to and help the team win matches. We’ve started to play better in the last few matches. Online Betting Tips We probably should’ve won the last three but have only managed to win one of those, so we now have four matches remaining, all of which are must-win for us. We will need to win all our games to give us a chance of making the playoffs. There’s obviously a bit of a gap between the top 4 and us and we know the equation for us, so we move on to the next game with a hope to do well and hopefully win against the Sunrisers.” – Jos Buttler.
Sunrisers Hyderabad Squad: Jonny Bairstow(w), Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, David Warner(c), Manish Pandey, Vijay Shankar, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan, Basil Thampi, Wriddhiman Saha, Shreevats Goswami, Siddarth Kaul, Mohammad Nabi, Shahbaz Nadeem, Jason Holder, Bavanaka Sandeep, Billy Stanlake, Fabian Allen, Virat Singh, Khaleel Ahmed, Sanjay Yadav, Abhishek Sharma, Prithvi Raj Yarra
Rajasthan Royals Squad: Ben Stokes, Robin Uthappa, Sanju Samson(w), Steven Smith(c), Jos Buttler, Riyan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Jofra Archer, Shreyas Gopal, Ankit Rajpoot, Kartik Tyagi, Varun Aaron, Jaydev Unadkat, David Miller, Aniruddha Joshi, Manan Vohra, Tom Curran, Andrew Tye, Shashank Singh, Mahipal Lomror, Oshane Thomas, Mayank Markande, Anuj Rawat, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Akash Singh