IPL 2019: Today IPL Match Live Updates SRH v MI 19th Match – Mumbai won by 40 runs

IPL 2019: Today IPL Match Live Updates SRH v MI 19th Match Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium Hyderabad – Mumbai won by 40 runs.

Today IPL Match Live Updates SRH v MI 19th Match:

  • Mumbai won by 40 runs

    Mumbai – 136/7 (20.0 Ovs)

    Hyderabad – 96-all out (17.4 Ovs)

  • 6 wickets for Joseph! This is such a rare commodity in the shortest format of the game and it’s ended up a sensational win. They’ve ended up bowling out SRH for just 96 runs in a low run chase. Incredible bowling on display constructs the framework of what was considered to be a tough job.
  • 5-7 for Joseph with Bhuvneshwar Kumar being cleaned up. Wickets go tumbling down the field to send back the opposition captain for 2 runs. 91-9 and SRH might not even bat out their full quota of overs or breach the 100 run mark.
  • Sixth Wicket : Out! Hooda b Alzarri Joseph 20(24) [4s-1]. 88/6
  • End of Bumrah’s over and it’s spoilt as he offers the batsman room to fetch that delivery and send it for a six. With just 26 runs in the last 4 overs and 2 wickets, this release shot was massively needed for SRH. 84-5 in 15 overs. If this partnership can go on till the 17th over, we are in for a thriller.
  • SRH: 76-5 after 14 overs
  • Fifth Wicket : 11.2 OUT! Caught. Rahul Chahar to Yusuf Pathan. Leg spinner length ball, outside off stump on the front foot sweeping, top edge in the air uncontrolled to deep backward square leg, by Kishan. 67/5
  • Fourth Wicket : What perfect timing on that wicket. Manish pulls, sends it to Rohit’s hands and Behrendorff picks up the wicket. Sent back for 16 runs and another one has fallen flat on his feet.
  • 10 overs beyond us and Mumbai returning SRH their favour. Replicating the spin startergy adopted by their opposition with this partnership unable to understand who to generate the shots and find the gaps. Shut down of scoring at 59-3
  • Score after 10 overs – SRH 59-3,  Hyderabad need 78 runs in 60 balls
  • 10 overs beyond us and Mumbai returning SRH their favour. Replicating the spin startergy adopted by their opposition with this partnership unable to understand who to generate the shots and find the gaps. Shut down of scoring at 59-3
  • 9: Huffed and puffed and the 50 comes up. SRH finding it so tough to even rotate the strike here, caught in the skirmish of rippling bowling with cracker deliveries seeing them jitter. Just 54-3 as we go into the timeout
  • Score after 7 overs – SRH 43-3 – Hyderabad need 94 runs in 78 balls
  • Third Wicket : Shankar c Hardik Pandya b Alzarri Joseph 5(10) [4s-1] – Shankar the latest casualty in SRH’s quest to chase this below par total down. Pulled at a ball that was nowhere near the required height and Joseph picks him up for 15 runs. Underwhelming batting on display at the moment
  • 6: 39-2 as the powerplay ends and pressure has been piled on magnificently on SRH. The entire quick start given to them by their openers brought to an end with soft dismissals. The middle-order being called upon here and it’s a test for them
  • Dropped! We are sick and tired of repeating the same statements. These are catches that are picked up easily at any level of cricket but international cricketers are finding it hard to latch onto these easy chances. Right into your hands and you decide to let go off it.
    Score after 5 overs – SRH 33-2
  • Second Wicket :  Warner b Alzarri Joseph 15(13) [4s-2] – Bowled! He’s chopped back onto the wickets and this a big wicket in this match’s perspective. Unnecessary, not required and width of that delivery failed to be made advantage of. Warner is bowled for 15 by Joseph
  • First Wicket – Bairstow c Bumrah b Rahul Chahar 16(10) [4s-3] – 1st wicket for Younger Chahal in IPL
  • Out! Straighter delivery and as Bairstow doesn’t understand that ball, trying to play with the spin, he’s ended up just wildly going after Rahul’s delivery. Nothing shot, no elevation or direction and his catch lands in Pandya’s hands for 16 runs
  • These two batsmen showing how just perfect and brilliant this is a pitch to operate on. Pace on the ball and it comes so sweetly onto the bat which players in full flow will not spare. The delightfulness of batting coming into play here with SRH going to 27-0 in three overs.
  • Score after 2 overs – SRH 14-0 – Hyderabad need 123 runs
  • Bairstow – Warner partnerships in IPL 2019:
    118 vs KKR, Kolkata
    110 vs RR, Hybd
    185 vs RCB, Hybd
    64 vs DC, Delhi
  • Second Inning Start – Warner and Bairstow are at the crease. Warner is on strike. Behrendorff will open the attack
  • Rashid Khan: I think a few dropped catches in the end helped them to score 30-35 more. If you plays the right shots, it is a chase able total. There is turn for the spinners. The openers have done a fabulous job for us and we expect them to take us to victory today. It is wonderful to play in front of the orange army as we get amazing support. It is a part of the game. I feel really bad when I field badly because there are no excuses.
  • Lowest totals defended in Hyderabad (IPL):
    126 SRH vs PWI, 2013
    129 MI vs RPS, 2017
    132 Deccan vs RCB, 2012
    132 SRH vs KXIP, 2018
    136 SRH vs RR, 2013
  • MI’s last six scores against SRH:
    142/6 (20)
    92 (16.3)
    159/6 (18.4)
    138/7 (20)
    147/8 (20)
    87 (18.5)
    136/7 (20)
  • Score after 20 overs – MI 136-7
  • Mumbai Indians showing here why their run rate in the final 5 overs is above 12. They’ve taken the game away from SRH here who were well in command till the 15th over. It’s still a perfect surface for batting and SRH would be eyeing of wrapping this up.
  • 19 runs in Bhuvneshwar’s over and 20 in the one proceeding it and the fielding has been so diminishing. Two catches dropped in the final 4 overs and the last ball was pushed to the boundary for a four by the fielder. How can you even let go of the ball like this in such easy cases.
  • Pollard in T20 cricket
    588 fours
    590 sixes
  • 20 runs in Siddharth’s over and the way India’s part-time bowlers have lacked the skills to deliver a performance of semblance and worth has been so disappointing to watch. You can’t bowl like these on Indian pitches, ones especially you are expected to know this well
  • Seventh WicketRahul Chahar c Bairstow b Bhuvneshwar 10(7) [4s-2] – Wild sweep by Rahul and Bhuvneshwar is finally happy. He gets his first wicket of the day with the slower bowl paying dividends. Got nowhere near the pitch of the ball that had no pace of it to only find the thick outside edge land into Bairstow’s hands for 10 runs
  • Dropped! Rashid got to Pollard’s shot but he faltered when it mattered was. Was a catch that should have been taken and he’s let go off it. Bhuvneshwar dejected with his first wicket still alluding him
  • Sixth Wicket : Given air and enticed the batsmen and Rashid has taken his first wicket of the day. Went for a six in the over but he persisted with the gameplan decided on by his side and it’s given the wicket of Pandya who goes for 14 in 14 balls. Out caught by Shankar at the ropes
  • MI: 80-5 after 16 overs.
  • At the end of 15 overs MI are 75-5.
  • Rashid Khan brought against Pollard who has often faltered playing him.
  • Time out! Mumbai are in danger here. These two are the last recognised batsmen and there is nothing left to come. It will be interesting to see how they go about their approach. They need minimum 140-150 to post a challenge to this formidable Hyderabad line up. 72/5
  • MI are in a bad shape. 14th over begins and they are 68-5 at 13.2overs.
  • Fifth Wicket: . Ishan Kishan run out (Shankar/Bairstow) 17(21) [4s-2].
  • MI: 64-4 after 12 overs.
  • Four Wicket: OUT! Caught. Siddarth Kaul to Krunal Pandya. Short, down leg side on the back foot pulling, top edge in the air uncontrolled to leg slip, by Bairstow.
  • Halfway stage and as the score sits at 52-3, Mumbai Indians have had huge lapses in their innings. Hard to imagine Krunal and Ishan stabalising things especially with Rashid Khan yet to come into the bowling attack.
  • Third Wicket : De Kock walks back to the pavilion after being caught just short of ropes off Kaul. 43-3 at 8.2overs doesn’t augur well for MI.
  • 8: 42/2 Spin from both ends at this stage and the slower bowling in unison is seeing them completely stem the flow of runs. It’s a slightly slower track that was anticipated and Mumbai have completely floundered.
  • End of Powerplay 30-2.
  • Second Wicket : 5: Suryakumar comes in and Suryakumar goes back. Sandeep gets his wicket, trapped right infront of the wicket and SRH on a role here. Two quick wickets inside the powerplay and the tourists are struggling. Goes for 7 runs.
  • It is 21-1 and it seems could be 21-2 if the appeal for stumping is granted.
  • First Wicket : Nabi gets Rohit on his slow spin on the 4th ball of his over. Rohit mistimed a pull & got caught at mid-on.
  • Mumbai – 11/0 (2.3 Ovs).

  • First Inning Starts: Rohit and de Kock are at the crease. Rohit is on strike. Bhuvneshwar will open the attack.
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad (Playing XI): David Warner, Jonny Bairstow(w), Vijay Shankar, Manish Pandey, Deepak Hooda, Yusuf Pathan, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar(c), Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul
  • Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Quinton de Kock(w), Rohit Sharma(c), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Jason Behrendorff, Rahul Chahar, Alzarri Joseph, Jasprit Bumrah
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad have won the toss and have opted to field.

today ipl match live updates srh v mi

Today IPL match live updates MI v SRH – Preview Highlights:

  • SRH and MI will play each other on April 6 in the second encounter of the day
  • The match will take place at 8:00 pm with the toss scheduled for 7:30 pm, at the same time the team news will be revealed as well. Star Sports 1,2, Select HD1, Hindi/HD will be broadcasting the match
  • In the 12 matches the two sides have met till in now, SRH hold the edge over MI with 7 wins as opposed to their counterparts 5

Probable XI:

SRHDavid Warner, Jonny Bairstow (WK), Vijay Shankar, Manish Pandey, Deepak Hooda, Yusuf Pathan, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (C), Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul

MI: Quinton de Kock (WK), Rohit Sharma (C), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jason Behrendorff

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