RR vs SRH: Hyderabad Out to Spoil Rajasthan Royals’ Playoff Chances

Sunrisers Hyderabad team has been out of the competition to reach the playoffs in IPL-2021. However, this team has yet to play 5 more matches and it can spoil the equation of many teams.
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Image Credit: InsideSport

Sunrisers Hyderabad team has been out of the competition to reach the playoffs in IPL-2021. However, this team has yet to play 5 more matches and it can spoil the equation of many teams. Therefore, in the match on Monday, Rajasthan Royals will need to be careful against Hyderabad. Rajasthan currently has 8 points from nine matches.

Rajasthan got 1 win and 1 loss in Phase-2

Rajasthan Royals has played two matches so far in IPL-2021 Phase-2. Against Punjab, young fast bowler Karthik Tyagi's strong last over helped Rajasthan win. However, the team had to face defeat against Delhi. Hyderabad, on the other hand, has lost two matches in this phase.

Many Hyderabad stars out of form

The biggest problem for Hyderabad is the out-of-form of the important players. David Warner is going through the worst phase of his career. Captain Kane Williamson is also unable to show a special game. Veteran fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar has also not been able to find the rhythm so far. Hyderabad's bowling edge has already weakened due to T. Natarajan becoming Corona positive.

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Image Credit: Abp News

Young players of Rajasthan are doing well

Many foreign stars of Rajasthan are not playing in this phase. These include Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, and Jofra Archer. However, desi young stars like Kartik Tyagi and Mahipal Lomror haven't let her down. Captain Sanju Samson has returned to the rhythm after playing a good inning against Delhi. If Sanju gets good support from other batsmen in the middle order, then the Rajasthan team can be very dangerous.

Lewis and Morris are not set to play

Source: Google/ Image Credit: ANI News
Source: Google/ Image Credit: ANI News

Evin Lewis and Chris Morris did not play in the match against Delhi Capitals on Saturday. David Miller and Tabrez Shamsi found a place in the playing XI in their place. Royals' team director Kumar Sangakkara said both players had swallowing problems and have been rested. It is not yet decided whether they will be able to play against Hyderabad on Monday.

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