Shikhar Dhawan, David Warner and Kane Williamson all struck fifties for Sunrisers Hyderabad to set up a 26-run triumph over Kings XI Punjab on Friday.Sunrisers Hyderabad indicated aim from the beginning to stretch out beyond Kings XI Punjab by means of quickfire fifties from their main three batsmen, Shikhar Dhawan, David Warner and Kane Williamson.
Consequently, Sunrisers never looked like wasting the definitive favorable position they picked up inside the main quarter of the amusement, putting on the joint second-most noteworthy aggregate of the season and lining it up with another moderately agreeable guard.
Because of their conflict with Royal Challengers Bangalore being washed out on Tuesday, the Sunrisers had been out of IPL activity for very nearly seven days however hinted at little corrosion in Mohali. Dhawan made 77 from 48 balls close by captain Warner, who clubbed four fours and the same number of sixes in his 27-ball 51 as the opening pair put on 107.
After both had been rejected, Williamson kept up their force with an energetic unbeaten half-century of his own as Sunrisers posted an imposing 207-3.
As wickets fell at normal interims in the answer, Shaun Bog demonstrated the hosts’ sole expectation; however when he left having slammed 14 fours and two sixes in his 50-ball 84, Kings XI was 144-6 in the sixteenth over and the amusement was up.
After a prudent begin, Warner made them run with consecutive sixes off Axar Patel in the fifth over, before both he and Dhawan raised their fifties from back to back balls toward the begin of the tenth. Warner died in the same over, be that as it may, tidied up by inverse number Glenn Maxwell, whose 2-29 was the hosts’ just brilliant note with the ball.
It was Maxwell who hung on in the profound as Dhawan left, before Williamson assumed liability for pushing Sunrisers past 200, striking four fours and two sixes in his 27-ball 54. Martin Guptill (23 off 11) pounded five limits, including one greatest, to give Kings XI the quick begin they required, however just Eoin Morgan (26 from 21) offered Swamp any genuine support.
Swamp was dropped twice – by Deepak Hooda and Warner, with both heading off to the limit – however it didn’t demonstrate exorbitant as Kings XI completed 181-9 with Rashid Khan’s 1-16 the pick for the Sunrisers, who concrete their place in third.
While Swamp and Morgan, mindful that Kings XI’s lower request was thin on batting, pushed about, the asking rate taken off more than 12. Rashid surrendered only 16 off his four overs and had Eoin Morgan gotten in the profound. It wasn’t the most exceedingly bad strategy from Kings XI; however the objective turned out to be excessively to ‘play out’ a bowler.