IPL 2019: Match 19, Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians – Statistical Preview
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the game between Sunrisers and Mumbai Indians in Hyderabad.
Updated - Apr 6, 2019 12:03 am
After a close defeat to the KKR, the Sunrisers Hyderabad bounced back with three successive wins to climb on to top of the points table. They will now face the Mumbai Indians who bounced back with a big win against the defending champions Chennai Super Kings. The SRH’s opening pair look unbeatable and has been their strength in this tournament. The MI team, on the other hand, struggled for consistency but are not so far away from playing at their best in all departments.
All the key stats and numbers ahead of the game between Sunrisers and Mumbai Indians in Hyderabad:
4-2 – Sunrisers Hyderabad’s win-loss record against the Mumbai Indians in the IPL at the RGI Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. In all the six matches, the teams chasing have ended up on the winning side. The Mumbai team won all three matches when not playing against SRH at this venue while defending targets.
13 – Lasith Malinga has 13 wickets across eight IPL matches against the Sunrisers Hyderabad at an average of 16.61. However, he returned to Sri Lanka to participate in the Domestic One-Day tournament. He could be replaced by Mitchell McClenaghan who has 11 wickets from seven matches against SRH at 17.9.
13.75 – Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling average in the IPL against the Mumbai Indians. In the 12 matches against MI, the SRH interim skipper bagged 16 wickets at an S/R of 14.6 with the best figures of 3/21.
20.22 – Rohit Sharma has a low batting average of 20.22 in the IPL against the Sunrisers. He scored 182 runs against them across 12 innings with only one fifty.
98 – Siddarth Kaul needs two more wickets to complete 100 wickets in the Twenty20 format. He has 98 wickets from 90 T20s at an average of 24.37 thus far.
465 – Runs scored by David Warner in the IPL against the Mumbai Indians. He has an average of 38.75 in the 15 innings he batted against MI with help of four fifties.
513 – Rohit Sharma’s 513 runs in the Twenty20 format at the RGICS, Hyderabad are the joint 3rd most by any player. Only David Warner (1460) and Shikhar Dhawan (1407) are ahead of Rohit at the moment.
Manish Pandey also scored 513 runs at this venue while Robin Uthappa aggregated 512 runs. Rohit’s 513 T20 runs in Hyderabad came across 17 innings at an average of 39.4 with four fifties.
7902 – Rohit needs 98 more runs to complete 8000 runs in the Twenty20 format. He will be the 3rd Indian player after Suresh Raina and Virat Kohli to achieve this milestone.