IPL 2019: Match 22, Kings XI Punjab vs Sunrisers Hyderabad – Statistical Preview
Here are all the key stats and numbers ahead of the crucial game between KXIP and SRH.
Updated - Apr 7, 2019 9:25 pm
Both Kings XI Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad kick-started their respective campaigns with three wins from four matches. However, both went down by a huge margin on Saturday against Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians respectively. The losses were eye-openers for both the teams as KXIP missed the trick of acceleration while SRH’s middle-order failed to back the top order’s exploits from the first few matches.
Here are all the key stats and numbers ahead of the crucial game between KXIP and SRH:
1 – The last season’s 15-run win for the Kings XI Punjab against the Sunrisers Hyderabad was their first in Mohali against them. The KXIP lost all the four matches they played against SRH until 2017 in Mohali. The Sunrisers have a win-loss record of 7-2 in the Twenty20 format in Mohali.
3 – David Warner has scored a fifty in his all three innings in the IPL he played at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. Warner’s scores in the IPL at this venue read 58, 52 and 51.
6 – The Kings XI Punjab have won each of their last six IPL matches at the PCA Stadium in Mohali; the longest winning streak at this venue. The KXIP won six in a row during the 2008 IPL edition and also six in a succession in 2014 including four games in the CLT20.
6 – Warner has scored a fifty in each of his previous six innings in the IPL against the Kings XI Punjab. No other player has five or more consecutive fifties against them. His recent IPL scores against the KXIP are 51, 70*, 52, 59, 81 and 58.
15 – Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling average in the IPL against the Kings XI. He has picked up 21 wickets from 12 matches against KXIP including a 5-wicket haul.
45.8 – Ravichandran Ashwin has a bowling average of 45.8 in the IPL against the SRH. He picked up only five wickets across nine matches at an S/R of 43.2.
347 – Chris Gayle has scored 347 runs against the Sunrisers in the IPL. He batted 11 innings against them and scored at an average of 34.7 with an unbeaten century and a fifty.
668 – David Warner is one of the five players to aggregate 600+ IPL runs against the Kings XI. He scored 668 runs against them in only 15 innings at an average of 47.71 with help of 8 half-centuries.
Manish Pandey also has a decent record against them having scored 466 runs in 17 innings at 35.84 with help of three fifties.