SRH vs CSK: To stop Dhoni and team’s winning streak, Williamson may have to pull a rabbit out of the hat

Sep 30, 2021

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

SRH vs CSK

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will be seen clashing at the Sharjah Cricket stadium in UAE today.

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CSK holds the top spot in the table with 16 points while SRH stands at the last position with 4 points.

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Dhoni-led CSK has played 10 matches so far in this tournament and won 8 matches.

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Kane Williamson-led SRH has won 2 matches out of 10 played in this tournament.

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Both the teams have locked their horns 15 times, out of which CSK won 11 matches, while SRH won 4 matches.

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David Warner won’t be playing for SRH in the rest of the tournament, says media reports.

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According to experts and winning stats, CSK has comparatively more chances of winning today’s match.

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These are some key batsmen and bowlers to watch out for from both the teams —

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Kane Williamson

Williamson has showcased his impeccable leadership capabilities in 2018 too. He has scored 198 runs so far this season from 7 matches with an average of 66.

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MS Dhoni

Captain of CSK and a batting powerhouse, who is also well-known for his exceptional wicket keeping skills has a track record of 52 runs in 10 matches in this season with an average of 10.40.

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Ruturaj Gaikwad

The 22-year old batsman who made his debut in 2020 has performed exceptionally well so far in this season by scoring 362 runs in 10 matches with a strike rate of 137.23.

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Right-handed medium fast bowler is currently the leading wicket-taker of SRH. He has maintained his good record this year as well with 5 wickets in 8 matches with a strike rate of 36.

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Faf du Plessis

Right-handed batsman from South Africa who made his IPL debut in 2012 has shown his amazing batting skills in this season with a tally record of 394 runs in 10 matches with an average of 49.25.

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Rashid Khan

Right-handed leg spinner from Afghanistan has had a journey full of hard work and passion, which brings deserved glory. He took 13 wickets so far this season in 10 matches with an average of 18.92.

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Deepak Chahar

The medium-fast bowler from Agra who was part of Rajasthan Royals in 2012 has outperformed in this season by taking 11 wickets in 10 matches with a strike rate of 19.63.

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