MI vs SRH Prediction – A match played for memory


Today, Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad will be squaring each other in Wankhede Stadium. If we observe the previous matches played on the ground, It has been a low score, but at the same time, MI will be confident as their last match, which was played in Wankhede Stadium, made their bowling performance good. As per experts, the skipper that can win the toss may look to bat first.

MI has now played 12 matches and won just 3 matches compared to the teams’ performance. On the other hand, SRH won 5 matches from 12 played matches. MI has scored 6 points, and SRH has made 10 points. Before analyzing the teams, Mumbai has nothing to win or lose; even if they win, it won’t create a significant difference. Hyderabad is left with just a hope to succeed, making a minor difference in their position.

MI, in their previous match against CSK, chose to bowl first and restricted Chennai to just 97 and the all-out. The bowling part of the team MI is deadly as playing against CSK, the team made low scores. The legendary MS Dhoni was the top run-getter for the team and scored 36 runs.

Hyderabad had to face defeat against KKR. Team opener Abhishek Sharma hit 43 runs. However, the performance given by Williamson and Tripati was not decent, as Kane got out for 9 while Rahul lost his wicket for 9 runs. As a result, SRH built 123-8 in the end and lost the match by 54 runs. 

Fans are expecting Tilak Verma to play exceptionally. In his previous matches, high-quality knocks were made by him. He has achieved 368 runs in 12 games. On the other hand, Umran Maik from Sunrisers is an emerging talent from the team. In his last match, he took 3 wickets. Moreover, from the 12 matches he played, he picked up 18 wickets. It will be interesting to see if MI can turn the table and win the match against SRH.


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