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Manish Pandey of Sunrisers Hyderabad playing the shot.

The 26th match of the 13th season of IPL is being played between Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) in Dubai. Hyderabad won the toss and gave Rajasthan a target of 159 runs. Manish Pandey scored the highest innings of 54 runs. He also completed his 3000 runs in IPL. David Warner scored 48 runs. Click here to see the live scorecard of the match …

Kane Williamson and Priyam Garg scored 35 runs in the last 2 overs. Priyam was run out after scoring 15 runs off 8 balls. Kane Williamson was 22 not out off 12 balls. Rajasthan’s Jofra Archer, Karthik Tyagi and Jaydev Unadkat got 1-1 wickets

Warner-Manish had a 73-run partnership
Hyderabad captain David Warner and Manish Pandey shared a 73-run partnership for the second wicket. Jofra Archer broke this partnership which was dangerous for Rajasthan. Archer bowled Warner to a score of 48 runs. Manish Pandey smashed 54 off 44 balls. He was dismissed by Jaydev Unadkat.

Manish Pandey completes 3000 runs in IPL
Hyderabad batsman Manish Pandey completed his 3000 runs in the IPL. He is the 16th player to do so. He set this record in 127 innings of 137 matches. Manish has scored a century and 17 half-centuries in the overall league.

Hyderabad’s third lowest score in power-play
SRH’s debut was nothing special. Opener Johnny Bairstow was out for 16 runs. He was out on Karthik Tyagi’s ball. The team scored 26 runs for one wicket in the initial 6 overs. Earlier in 2013, Hyderabad scored 25 for one wicket against Pune Warriors India and 21 for one wicket against Rajasthan Royals.

Highlights of Hyderabad’s innings

Over Scored Batsman The bowler
0-5 23/1 Bairstow: 16 runs Karthik: 1 wicket
6-10 40/0 Warner: 23 runs
11-15 33/1 Warner: 18 runs Archer: 1 wicket
16-20 62/2 Manish: 23 runs Jaydev: 1 wicket

4 in Rajasthan and one change in Hyderabad
4 changes were made in Rajasthan. All-rounder Ben Stokes was named in the team in place of Andrew Tye. Robin Uthappa, Ryan Parag and Jaydev Unadkat were included in the squad replacing Yashasvi Jaiswal, Mahipal Loremore and Varun Aron. At the same time, Vijay Shankar was included in the team in place of Abdul Samad in Hyderabad.

Foreign players from both teams
David Warner, Johnny Bairstow, Kane Williamson and Rashid Khan are the foreign players in Hyderabad. At the same time, in addition to captain Steve Smith in Rajasthan, Jose Butler, Joffra Archer and Ben Stokes are foreign players.

Both teams
Hyderabad:
David Warner (Captain), Johnny Bairstow, Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Vijay Shankar, Priyam Garg, Abhishek Sharma, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, Khalil Ahmed and T Natarajan.
Rajasthan: Jose Butler (wicketkeeper), Robin Uthappa, Sanju Samson, Steve Smith (captain), Ben Stokes, Ryan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Shreyas Gopal, Jofra Archer, Jaydev Unadkat and Karthik Tyagi.

Hyderabad-Rajasthan expensive players
The most expensive player from Hyderabad is David Warner. The franchise will give them Rs 12.50 crore for the season. It is followed by Manish Pandey (11 crore), the team’s other expensive player. At the same time, in Rajasthan, captain Steve Smith and all-rounder Ben Stokes are the most expensive players with a price of Rs 12.50 crore.

Hyderabad won the title 2 and Rajasthan once
Hyderabad made the finals 3 times (2009, 2016 and 2018) and won the title 2 times (2009 and 2016). At the same time, Rajasthan had its first season of IPL (2008).

Hyderabad’s success rate higher than IPL in Rajasthan
Sunrisers Hyderabad have a success rate of 53.50% in the league. SRH has played a total of 114 matches so far, in which it has won 61 matches and lost 53. At the same time, Rajasthan has a success rate of 50.66%. Rajasthan has played a total of 153 matches so far, in which it has won 77 and lost 74. 2 matches were inconclusive.

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