IPL 2021, Match 9: MI vs SRH, Stats Preview: Player records and approaching milestones
Kieron Pollard needs 2 more maximums to complete a double century of sixes in IPL.
Updated - Apr 16, 2021 10:01 pm
Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad will meet in the ninth match of IPL 2021 to be played at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. Mumbai Indians are coming into this game with a thriller victory against Kolkata Knight Riders in their last game. They earlier lost the opening game against RCB.
On the other hand, SRH have made a horrible start to their campaign with two consecutive losses this season. They were once in a winning position against RCB in their second game but made a mess of the good start thus losing the game in the end.
Let’s look at important stats and numbers before the start of the IPL clash between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad:
Head to Head: Both the teams are neck and neck against each other in terms of IPL matches played so far. In the 16 games, both sides have won 8 matches each.
5 – David Warner has hit 518 fours and 195 sixes in the tournament, and needs to hit 5 more maximums to complete 200 sixes. He will become the third overseas player after Chris Gayle (351) and AB de Villiers (237) to complete a double century of maximums in the cash-rich league.
48 – Krunal Pandya has picked up 48 wickets in 71 IPL matches so far. He needs 2 more scalps to complete 50 wickets in the tournament.
198 – Kieron Pollard has hit 198 sixes in IPL so far. He needs 2 more maximums to complete a double century of sixes in the tournament.
46.87 – Mumbai Indians have a win percentage of only 46.87 against the Sunrisers Hyderabad. This is their lowest win percentage against any team among the 7 others currently playing in the tournament.
54.55 – Hardik Pandya has scored only 18 runs off 33 balls against Rashid Khan in IPL. This is his lowest strike rate against any IPL bowler with a minimum of 20 balls faced.
10 – Kieron Pollard has a dismal record against Bhuvneshwar Kumar, as the latter has dismissed the former 3 times in 22 balls in IPL.
124 – David Warner has aggregated 3876 runs in 89 innings while playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL. He needs 124 more runs to become the first player to complete 4000 runs for the Hyderabad franchise.