Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) have failed miserably in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. They are sixth and seventh in the points table. Both have lost six of nine matches and have struggled to gain any momentum through the tournament. In such a scenario, both the teams showed readiness to take advantage of the weakness of the others for the race as the IPL business was coming to an end and even before the team made it to the top four. They will play in IPL 2020 match number 37 on Monday, October 19 in Abu Dhabi.
Dhoni’s Chennai tasted defeat in the last match against Delhi Rajdhani. Defending 17 runs in the final over, Ravindra Jadeja hit three sixes off Akar Patel. Jadeja’s batting oversatured him – he scored 33 off 13 balls while CSK managed a challenging 179 runs.
CSK’s three pillars – Faf du Plessis, Shane Watson and Ambati Rayudu – were all removed but MS Dhoni failed.
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An injury to Dwayne Bravo could upset the team’s balance. In the clash against Delhi, CSK dropped many catches – they gave three lives to centurion Shikhar Dhawan.
The South African superstar, on the other hand, hit a sixhed off just 22 balls as the South African superstar helped the RCB pull a bundle on Saturday.
However, Steve Smith’s 57 indicated that the captain was likely to move closer to him. Batting in the middle order, Robin Uthappa scored 411 off 22 balls, while the second positive helped the opener to open the innings for his team.
Joffra Archer is in red-hot form from Rajasthan and even after de Villiers’ attack, Arya Archer, who was batting on England’s lines, got a chance to come back in the match.
Bowling has often been blown up on occasion; Continuity is needed for Rajasthan to play a close match.