SRH vs RR: Sanju Samson, Kane Williamson, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kartik Tyagi are key players to watch out for

Sep 27, 2021

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

Kane Williamson’s Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Sanju Samson’s Rajasthan Royals (RR)...

...will be seen locking horns today at the Dubai International Stadium in UAE.

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SRH is at bottom of the table with 2 points, whereas RR stands at sixth position of the table with 8 points.

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Both the teams have faced each other 14 times and have won 7 matches each.

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Kane Williamson’s team may get eliminated if they fail to win today’s match against RR.

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According to experts' predictions and previous records, RR has more chances to win today’s match.

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These are some top batsmen from both the teams —

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Sanju Samson

Wicket-keeper batsman from Kerala has maintained his good track record by scoring 351 runs in 9 matches so far this season with a strike rate of 144.10.

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David Warner

One of the most destructive openers in all formats from Australia has made over 195 runs in 8 matches so far this season with an average of 24.37.

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Wriddhiman Saha

One of the finest wicket-keepers and batsmen in the international circuit, Saha has a tally of 31 runs in 4 matches with a strike rate of 82.60.

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Evin Lewis

An aggressive left-handed batsman from West Indies has also played just 1 match in this season and made 36 runs with an average of 36.

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Kane Williamson

Williamson has showcased his leadership capabilities in 2018 too. He has scored 66 runs so far in 6 matches with an average of 49.

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These are some of the top bowlers from both the teams —

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Right-handed medium seam bowler is currently the leading wicket-taker of SRH. He has maintained his good record this year as well with 14 wickets in 7 matches with a strike rate of 96.74.

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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 22 wickets so far this season in 9 matches with an average of 7.

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Chris Morris

An all-rounder from South Africa has an excellent IPL record of 14 wickets in 8 matches in this season with an average of 19.35.

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Kartik Tyagi

The 21-year old fast seam bowler who made his IPL debut in 2020 and impressed the selectors with his exceptional bowling skills has a track record of taking 4 wickets in 3 matches this season.

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Jason Holder

An all-rounder from the West Indies has a track record of taking 6 wickets in 3 matches with a strike rate of 11.83.

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