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Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings – IPL 2021

srh vs csk - IPL 2021 - Match 44
September 30, 2021 0 Comments

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings, the 44th IPL match will be played on 30th September 2021 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, UAE.

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings – Pre-match Updates 

Head to Head comparison of Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings shows that out of 15 matches played between them, CSK convincingly won 11 times and SRH managed to win only on 4 occasions. 

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings

The records are highly favorable for CSK’s win, CSK is already at the top of the points table with 16 points and it’s almost certain that it will qualify for the playoffs. Whereas SRH is out of the race for playoffs but they will play to at least get their combinations right for the next season.  

SRH vs CSK Match Details

MS Dhoni, the captain of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) won the toss and decided to bowl first. CSK has made 1 change to the side, Dwayne Bravo returns into the playing XI replacing Sam Curran. 

The SRH is playing with the same team that they played with in the last match against RR

Below are the SRH and CSK teams that were declared.

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)Jason Roy, Wriddhiman Saha(w), Kane Williamson(c), Priyam Garg, Abhishek Sharma, Abdul Samad, Jason Holder, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Siddarth Kaul, Sandeep Sharma.
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Ruturaj Gaikwad, Faf du Plessis, Moeen Ali, Ambati Rayudu, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni(w/c), Ravindra Jadeja, Dwayne Bravo, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Josh Hazlewood

After winning the toss, CSK elected to field first. While batting SRH kept on losing the wicket and scored at a slow rate, SRH finished 134-7 after 20 overs. 

CSK needed 135 runs at the rate of 6.75 runs per over, this seemed to be quite an achievable target considering the current form of CSK batsmen. They finished the match in 19.4 overs by scoring 139-4 and CSK won the match by 6 wickets. 

Josh Hazlewood was awarded Man of the Match, he took 3 wickets for 24 runs. 

SRH Batting

After winning the toss, CSK put SRH to bat first. For the SRH, the last match opening pair of Jason Roy and Wriddhiman Saha opened the innings. 

SRH had a watchful start and was hoping for another big inning by Roy, after the 3rd over SRH was 19-0.  

In the fourth over Hazlewood gave CSK a breakthrough in the form of Roy’s wicket, he was dismissed at 2, SRH was 29-1 after 4 overs.

Kane Williamson replaced Roy, but he too got dismissed early at 11 runs by Dwayne Bravo, SRH was 45-2 after 7 overs. 

Priyam Garg came in the middle but departed early at 7 runs by Bravo, this was Bravo’s second wicket and he celebrated in style, SRH was 67-3 after 11 overs.  

It was Ravindra Jadeja’s turn now, he got rid of Saha in the 13th over at 44, SRH was 76-4 after 13 overs.  

Abdul Samad and Abhishek Sharma had the responsibility to take the score to a fightable total, they kept rolling the ball for a while and SRH was 102-4 after 16 overs.  

Hazlewood brought back in the attack and Dhoni’s decision was spot on, Hazlewood took 2 more wickets in the 17th over by dismissing both Samad and Sharma at 18 runs respectively. SRH was 111-6 after 17 overs.  

In the last 3 overs of the innings, SRH scored 23 more runs and lost another wicket in the form of Jason Holder at 5 to Shardul Thakur, SRH finished 134-7 after 20 overs. 

SRH Scorecard

Batting RunsBalls4s6s
Jason Roy
c Dhoni b Hazlewood
2400
Wriddhiman Saha
c Dhoni b Jadeja
434612
Kane Williamson
lbw b Bravo
111120
Priyam Garg
c Dhoni b Dwayne Bravo
71000
Abhishek Sharma
c du Plessis b Hazlewood
181311
Abdul Samad
c Moeen b Hazlewood
181411
Jason Holder
c Chahar b Thakur
7500
Rashid Khan
Not out
171320
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Not out
2200
Total: 134-7 in 20 Overs
BowlerOversMaidenRunsWickets
Deepak Chahar40320
Josh Hazlewood40243
Shardul Thakur40371
Dwayne Bravo40172
Ravindra Jadeja30141
Moeen Ali1050

CSK Batting

CSK needed 135 runs at the rate of 6.75 runs per over, this seemed to be quite an achievable target considering the current form of CSK batsmen. 

The well-known opening pair Ruturaj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis opened the innings for CSK, They played their natural game and scored at the required rate. CSK was 47-0 after the power play (6 overs). 

Both Giakwad and Faf completed 50 runs stand in the 7th over and were looking well settled. CSK did not lose any wicket till the 10th over and CSK was 75-0 after 10 overs.

The game was slipping out of SRH’s hands, SRH needed a breakthrough desperately and Jason Holder dismissed Gaikwad at 45 runs, CSK was 83-1 after 11 overs. 

Moeen Ali came in the middle and played a couple of nice strokes, he was bowled out by the top spinner Rashid Khan at 17, CSK was 105-2 after 15 overs. 

Jason Holder took two more wickets in the form of Faf and Raina, Faf scored 41 runs off 36 deliveries, whereas Raina got only 2 runs, CSK was 109-4 after 16 overs. 

CSK needed 26 more runs off 24 deliveries with 6 wickets in hands, Ambati Rayudu and MS Dhoni finished the match in 19.4 overs by scoring 139-4 and CSK won the match by 6 wickets. 

CSK Scorecard

Batting RunsBalls4s6s
Ruturaj Gaikwad
c Williamson b Holder
453842
Faf du Plessis
c Kaul b Holder
413632
Moeen Ali
b Rashid Khan
171720
Suresh Raina
lbw b Holder
2300
Ambati Rayudu Not out171711
MS Dhoni
Not out
141411
Total: 153-3 in 17.1 Overs
BowlerOversMaidenRunsWickets
Sandeep Sharma30180
Bhuvneshwar Kumar40340
Jason Holder40273
Rashid Khan40271
Siddharth Kaul2.40240
Abhishek Sharma2090

SRH vs CSK Match Highlights (video)

Match Highlights between SRH and CSK. 

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