SRH vs MI, IPL 2024, Match 8: Stats Preview of Players' Records and Approaching Milestones

Sunrisers Hyderabad will be playing their first home match in IPL 2024.

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IPL 2024: SRH vs MI Match 8, Stats Preview
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Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) will take on Mumbai Indians (MI) in match number 8 of Indian Premier League 2024 at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad on March 27, 2024. In the ongoing tournament, both teams have lost their first match of IPL 2024 and so would like to get to winning ways. The Sunrisers will be playing their first home match of IPL 2024 and they would love to open their account in front of their home crowd.

The Pat Cummins-led SRH began their 2024 campaign with disappointment as they lost against two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by a very narrow margin of four runs at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. But they are ready to make a comeback in their first home match, against the Mumbai Indians.

Speaking about the first game of the Sunrisers, Heinrich Klaasen played an unbelievable knock of 63(29) taking his team close to victory but unfortunately not over the finish line. Nevertheless, he is in magnificent form since last two years and would like to carry through the tournament. Mayank Agarwal 32(21) and Abhishek Sharma 32(19) stitched a superb opening patnership of 60 in just 33 balls. Their lack of opening contributions were one of the main problems in IPL 2023. Along with these, T Natarajan also made an amazing comeback after injury, bowling a fantastic spell (4-0-32-3) and was top class in the death overs as before. The Sunrisers will hope that these three continue their good form.

On the other hand, Hardik Pandya’s MI also started off their season with a loss against Gujarat Titans (GT) by a margin of six runs at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. Mumbai Indians fumbled the chase at the end as they were in a very good position at the end of the 15 overs while chasing the target. They would like to forget this match and focus on the next one and get the winning momentum. Traditionally, Mumbai Indians have been slow starters having lost their opening match every season since IPL 2013.

Speaking about the first game of Mumbai Indians, Jasprit Bumrah (4-0-14-3) bowled a steller spell which also helped MI to restrict GT for a below par total. Along with him, Mumbaikar Rohit Sharma played a blistering innings of 43(29) which kept MI in a comfortable position to chase the target. His wicket was the game-changing moment. Mumbai Indians will hope that these two continue their good form and help the team to start the winning momentum.

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Meanwhile, let us look at the stats and numbers ahead of the Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians clash:

SRH vs MI Head-to-Head: SRH and MI have met each other 21 times in the tournament’s history with the Sunrisers winning only on 9 occasions and the Mumbai Indians clinching 11 victories. One game ended as a tie.

2 - Mayank Agarwal (98) needs two sixes to reach 100 sixes in the IPL.

4 - Pat Cummins (46) needs four more wickets to reach 50 wickets in the IPL.

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1 - Rohit Sharma (99) needs one catch to reach 100 catches in the IPL.

2 – Jasprit Bumrah (148) needs two scalps to reach the landmark of 150 wickets in the IPL.

2 - Tilak Varma (98) needs another two sixes to reach 100 sixes in T20s.

4 - Ishan Kishan (196) needs another four sixes to reach 200 sixes in T20s.

5 – Mohammed Nabi (345) needs five scalps to reach the landmark of 350 wickets in the T20 format.

2 - Mohammed Nabi (348) needs another two fours to reach 400 fours in T20s.

1 – Shreyas Gopal (49) needs one wicket to reach the landmark of 50 wickets in the IPL.

1 - Shreyas Gopal (49) is set to play his 50th IPL match.

1 - Surya Kumar Yadav (349) needs one four to reach 350 fours in his IPL journey.

6 - Surya Kumar Yadav (294) needs another six sixes to reach 300 sixes in T20s.

3 - Surya Kumar Yadav (697) needs another three fours to reach 700 fours in T20s.

3 - Wanindu Hasaranga (197) needs another three fours to reach 200 fours in T20s.

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