MSD’s Chennai take on Warner’s bottom-placed SRH


Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will take on bottom-placed SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match here on Wednesday. This will be the first match here in the country’s Capital which has seen a surge in Covid-19 cases.

CSK are yet to lose a match. They have won four out of five matches. After losing their first game of the season to Delhi Capitals, the Chennai franchise has not lost a single game. SRH, however, have won only one out of the five matches they have played.

SRH’s win came in the April 21 match against Punjab Kings. That win came after three successive losses and was also followed by a loss against Delhi Capitals on Sunday.

The big concern for SRH has been their middle-order. While bringing in Kane Williamson to the squad has brought in some stability as the New Zealand captain helped solidify the line-up a bit at No. 3 like in the last match, SRH still haven’t sorted out batsmen between No 4 and 6.

SRH could look to bring in Manish Pandey instead of Virat Singh as the India international has more experience and has played some decent innings in the season.

A good performance will be key against CSK whose bowling hasn’t looked very strong.

However, CSK’s batting is very strong and the big challenge for SRH will be to get rid of openers Faf du Plessis and Ruturaj Gaikwad to expose the middle order to spinner Rashid Khan.



• Good opening of Faf du Plessis and Ruturaj Gaikwad

• Ravinder Jadeja’s all-round form has returned


• Deepak chahar & Shardul Thakur are inconsistent

• Dhoni`s form is not good as it was in the previous year



• Rashid Khan is very consistent.

• Good top order.

• Jagdeesha Suchith proved to be a good All-rounder.


• Bhuvneshwar`s absence.

• Middle- order not performing well