SRH middle-order weakness costs one more match
Again, SunRisers Hyderabad is failed to capitalize on the wonderful start and collapsed at the end. Both Bairstow and Warner played wonderfully. When they both were at the crease, winning the match is a piece of cake.
But like how the things were reversed against RCB, the same has repeated against Mumbai Indians too. SRH failed to rotate strike by taking singles. It focussed more on boundaries. In the final session, SRH has to score 31 runs in 4 overs, which is gettable in T20s. But they bowed down before MI bowlers and lost the match with 13 runs.
It is heartbreaking for Captain Warner, Bairstow and fans after all the hard work done by openers. With this win, Mumbai Indians back to the top spot in the IPL table. It is the 6th consecutive loss for SRK at Chepauk.
After losing back to back easy matches with their own mistakes, especially the need of Kane Williamson is keenly visible and SRH fans want Kane to back into the team. Most SRH fans left hopes on the team until Newzealand skipper joins the final playing eleven.
According to the reports, Kane Williamson is improving his fitness levels and expected to play in future games.