IPL 2019: Today IPL Match Live Updates DC v SRH Eliminator Match Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium Visakhapatnam – Resolute Delhi Scrape By To Win First Ever Knock-Out Phase Match
Today IPL Match Live Updates DC v SRH Eliminator Match:
- HYDERABAD 162/8 (20.0)
DELHI 165/8 (19.5) CRR: 8.32
Delhi Capitals won by 2 wkts
- Twists and turns and it’s been an awe-inducing match. After yesterday’s sleep fest, this is just what was needed to light up the encounter. A topsy-turvy clash, one that was a true cliff-hanger, shifted hands multiple times before finally swinging in DC’s hands one last time to record their first ever knock-out phase win.
- Eighth Wicket : Mishra obs 1(2)
- DRS taken by SRH for a run-out. As per the new rules you’re a goner if you try in the way of the delivery while running and Mishra is guilty of that. He tried to obstruct the bowlers point of sight and he’s given out. Incredible piece of cricket here.
- DELHI 158/7 (19.0) CRR: 8.32 REQ: 5 Delhi Capitals need 5 runs in 6 balls
- Seventh Wicket : Pant c Nabi b Bhuvneshwar 49(21) [4s-2 6s-5]
- Pant tries to go for the big one and the slower one does the trick for Bhuvneshwar again. He’s used all his guile and expertise here to be relentlessly ruthless and SRH are managing to hang by the barest of thread on virtue of this over. Pant goes for 49, caught by Nabi
- Sixth Wicket : SE Rutherford c Mohammad Nabi b Kumar 9 (12b 0x4 1×6) SR: 75.00
- Slow and wide outside the crease by Bhuvneshwar and he gets Rutherford, caught by Nabi. Bhuvneshwar needs to pursue the same line and length for the rest of the over as well if SRH are to have any margin of making a meal out of this
- DELHI 151/5 (18.0) CRR: 8.39 REQ: 6 Delhi Capitals need 12 runs in 12 balls
- 4 6 4 6 1 1: Why did Williamson not give this over to Khaleel? What has started off as outstanding captaincy by him this match has waned and gone downwards in no time at all. It’s a colossal mistake by him and as Pant takes the over for 22 runs, a calamitous 6 balls for SRH mean the match is all but over for them
- Delhi have been guilty of throwing away matches from winning positions and are they doing to hand over this one as well? The hoard of wickets in the last couple of overs places them in an unsavoury position, one that sees them chasing the game now. Do we have a comeback on the cards here? 129-7 after 17 overs
- DELHI 121/5 (16.0) CRR: 7.56 REQ: 10.5 Delhi Capitals need 42 runs in 24 balls
- DELHI 111/5 (15.0) CRR: 7.4 REQ: 10.4 Delhi Capitals need 52 runs in 30 balls
- 111 continues to be abmysal score today. Another wicket falls for the Capitals on the ominous score and Rashid has done what he was called for here. Axar departs for a diamond 0 and this could be a game changing over for the defending side. 0 runs from Rashid’s last over with the 2 wickets from it to end with 2-15
- Fifth Wicket : Axar c Saha b Rashid Khan 0(3)
- Fourth Wicket : Munro lbw b Rashid Khan 14(13) [4s-1 6s-1]
- 111-4 as Rashid gets Munro to get rid for 14. Straight infront of the pads, no doubt about it and 111 is proving to be a treacherous score to sit on today. Velocity lost a plethora of wickets earlier in the day and so are Delhi
- DELHI 111/3 (14.0) CRR: 7.93 REQ: 8.67 Delhi Capitals need 52 runs in 36 balls
- Delhi reach the symbolic milestone of 100 in the 14th over and Pant and Munro have started enjoying themselves in the middle. They’re cleaning out SRH here, finding the boundaries at will and this is a comprehensive performance by Delhi. Shows why Munro should have started way earlier. 111-3 after 14 overs
- DELHI 99/3 (13.0) CRR: 7.62 REQ: 9.14 Delhi Capitals need 64 runs in 42 balls
- END OF OVER:12 | 10 Runs | DC: 97/3 (66 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 8.08, RRR: 8.25)
- END OF OVER:11 | 4 Runs 2 Wkts | DC: 87/3 (76 runs required from 54 balls, RR: 7.90, RRR: 8.44)
- Third Wicket ; Prithvi Shaw c Shankar b Khaleel Ahmed 56(38) [4s-6 6s-2]
- One leads to two for SRH and the Capitals have suffered a double blow here. Banged shorter in, Shaw tried to pull one too many. He was completely caught unaware of that delivery, managing to only hole it out to Shankar and Shaw has to go for 56 dismissed by Khaleel
- Second Wicket : Shreyas Iyer c Saha b Khaleel Ahmed 8(10) [4s-1]
- The Sunrisers massively needed something and they’ve managed to get it. Shreyas tried to work the ball behind the wicket-keeper but an extremely soft dismissal sees him only get a nick on it. He’s for 8 here and Khaleel picks him up.
- Over 10: Williamson has tried everything here, thrown the kitchen sink and more at Delhi in a bid to thwart their fulcrum but absolutely nothing has gone his way. With his bowlers failing to make the ball sing to their tunes, Delhi are completely dominating things here. 82-1 after 10 overs.
- END OF OVER:9 | 7 Runs | DC: 77/1 (86 runs required from 11 overs, RR: 8.55, RRR: 7.81)
- 50 for Shaw over here. In a tournament where he’s disappointed so massively, SRH have allowed him to score the runs here. It was an innings that Delhi especially needed with Dhawan tumbling cheaply today. Apart from Rashid no one has looked threatening enough for SRH. 77-1 after 9 overs
- DELHI 70/1 (8.0) CRR: 8.75 REQ: 7.75 Delhi Capitals need 93 runs in 72 balls
- First Wicket : Dhawan st Saha b Hooda 17(16) [4s-3]
- SRH finally strike the first blow as they get rid of Dhawan over here. It’s Deepak who gets the wicket for them to send the opener back for just 17 runs but is this breakthrough a bit too late? Delhi have captivated with an engrossing opening partnership of 66 runs.
- DELHI 57/0 (7.0) CRR: 8.14 REQ: 8.15 Delhi Capitals need 106 runs in 78 balls
- DELHI 55/0 (6.0) CRR: 9.17 REQ: 7.71 Delhi Capitals need 108 runs in 84 balls
- Delhi’s record of winning 6 while chasing this season looks to be extended with the way they’re reigning supreme here. The framework for a successful run chase has been laid down with SRH forced to turn to their frontline bowlers inside the powerplay. Enjoying their time in the middle at the moment with the 50 partnership up in just 35 balls. 55-0 in 6 overs
- DELHI 49/0 (5.0) CRR: 9.8 REQ: 7.6 Delhi Capitals need 114 runs in 90 balls
- END OF OVER:4 | 7 Runs | DC: 32/0 (131 runs required from 16 overs, RR: 8.00, RRR: 8.18)
- DELHI 25/0 (3.1) CRR: 7.89 REQ: 8.2 Delhi Capitals need 138 runs
- . 4 4 . 4 1: As the third goes for 13 to see Delhi reach 25-0 after 3 overs, the bigger predicament for SRH is that they’ve failed to make the pressure count on Shaw, a player who is completely out of form. Spin pretty early on here as Williamson looks for decisive captaincy
- DELHI 12/0 (2.0) CRR: 6 REQ: 8.39
- DELHI 10/0 (1.0) CRR: 10 REQ: 8.05 Delhi Capitals need 153 runs
- What the Sunrisers also need is for their spearhead and specialist pacer, Bhuvneshwar Kumar to finally show defiance and put in a resilient performance. He’s been sordid all season and the opening over sees him go for 10 runs
- Shaw has gotten out 10 times in the powerplay this season. He’s squandered all chances of making his foray into the Indian team with a season that has been a traversity for him. He’s the wicket SRH will be looking to get packing early and pick up at Delhi’s middle-order.
- Second Inning Start : Prithvi Shaw and Dhawan are at the crease. Prithvi Shaw is on strike. Bhuvneshwar will open the attack
- We’re underway with the chase here with Dhawan and Shaw getting things of for the Capitals as they look to cement their spot in Qualifier 2. This pitch hasn’t spun top much, something that was anticipated and with the ball coming nicely onto the bat, Delhi will be confident of their chances here. Only problem for them is their over reliance on their top-order.
- SRH defending totals in IPL 2019:
Won 2 (Totals: 231, 212)
- Innings Break
Hyderabad – 162/8 (20.0 Ovs)
- Eight Wicket : It’s started collapsing abmysalily for SRH. DC get three wickets in three balls to leave the batting side in tatters. Rashid the latest one to throw his wicket again, a wide lash at the ball and Pant picks up the catch again. The Capitals showing immense fighting spirit again..
- Seventh Wicket : It’s given out. Pant refused to lose a run-out here, came to argue and he forces the umpire to overturn the decision. Unfair to go for such a questionable decision especially when there was collision involved.
- Sixth Wicket : out Caught by Axar!! He might go for runs but Paul has the knack of picking wickets. Nabi c Axar b K Paul 20(13) [4s-3 6s-1].
- SRH: 151-5 after 19 overs
- Fifth Wicket : Shankar c Axar b Boult 25(11) [4s-2 6s-2].
- Hyderabad – 137/4 (18.0 Ovs)
- SRH: 115-4 after 16 overs
- Fourth Wicket : The ball has gone through Williamson’s defences and the chinks in his batting this season have been exposed massively. Yet another false innings by him, a perralious one that never got anywhere and as Ishant bowls him out for 28, SRH are in danger of not even reaching 150 here
- Over 15 Update: With Williamson having taken up so much time to build out an innings, he needs to convert this into a big score as he approach the final five overs. Delhi have a tight hold over the match, one SRH are finding it improbable to break free of. 104-3.
- Hyderabad – 93/3 (14.0 Ovs) CRR: 6.64 Williamson 14 Shankar 1
- Third Wicket : K Paul to Manish Pandey, out Caught by Rutherford!! Manish Pandey c Rutherford b K Paul 30(36) [4s-3].
- SRH: 88-2 after 13 overs
- Over 12: It’s a partnership that is having all kinds of problems facing the slower bowlers now. The ball is deviating so hugely here, coming across and going away at such maligned magnitude that the runs have completely dried up. Delhi have done excellently to reel back things here. 82-2
- SRH: 75-2 after 11 overs
- Over 10: Aware that after this partnership staring them in the face is a middle-order known for his beleaguered performance, Williamson and Manish are trying their best to see out the overs of spin with the surface spinning mammothily. A little break in the scoring here at the moment. 71-2
- SRH: 67-2 after 9 overs
- Over 8: 65-2 is what the batting side find themselves on. After having blown apart Delhi in the powerplay with Guptill scoring a quick fire innings, they’ve had to settle down in the last two. Two new faces out in the middle looking to hold fort at the moment.
- SRH: 58-2 after 7 overs
- Second Wicket : Guptill c K Paul b Mishra 36(19) [4s-1 6s-4].
- SRH: 54-1 after 6 overs
- HYDERABAD 44/1 (5.0)
- HYDERABAD 37/1 (4.0)
- Most wickets in PP this IPL:
13 D Chahar
8 Harbhajan/ Ishant
- HYDERABAD 31/1 (3.1)
- First Wicket: Out Caught by Shreyas Iyer!! The hard length inevitably does Saha in! Saha c Shreyas Iyer b Ishant 8(9) [4s-1].
- HYDERABAD 31/0 (3.0)
- HYDERABAD 16/0 (2.1)
- First Inning Starts: Saha and Guptill are at the crease. Saha is on strike. Boult will open the attack.
- Delhi Capitals (Playing XI): Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Munro, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Sherfane Rutherford, Axar Patel, Keemo Paul, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma, Trent Boult
- Sunrisers Hyderabad (Playing XI): Wriddhiman Saha(w), Martin Guptill, Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson(c), Vijay Shankar, Mohammad Nabi, Deepak Hooda, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, K Khaleel Ahmed, Basil Thampi
- Delhi Capitals have won the toss and have opted to field.
Today IPL match DC vs SRH Eliminator match preview highlights:
- The Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals will play against each other on 8th May, Wednesday in the eliminator of the 2019 edition of the IPL
- The winner will go onto play the loser of the first qualifier between the Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians while the loser will exit the tournament
- The Capitals go into the clash having ended the group phase at third place with 18 points along with MI and CSK. Divulging in a lower net run-rate between the two sides had seen them finish in third place while net run-rate had seen SRH survive to make it t the top 4 with just the 12 points
Sunrisers Hyderabad: Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson (C), Manish Pandey, Vijay Shankar, Mohammed Nabi, Wriddhiman Saha(WK), Rashid Khan, Yusuf Pathan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sandeep Sharma, Khaleel Ahmed
Delhi Capitals: Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Ingram, Shreyas Iyer (C), Rishabh Pant (WK), Axar Patel, Keemo Paul, Sherfane Rutherford, Trent Boult, Amit Mishra, Ishant Sharma