RR vs SRH Head to Head: The SportsRush presents for you the Head to Head statistics for the 28th match of IPL 2021.
The 28th match of the ongoing 14th season of the Indian Premier League will be played between Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in Delhi tomorrow.
With Sunrisers astonishing one and all after handing the reigns midway through the season to Kane Williamson, it will be interesting to see if David Warner retains his place as an opening batsman after a clear cut hint regarding a rejig to their overseas players.
Set to be the fourth IPL 2021 double-header, the match will doubtlessly grab attention due to the massive aforementioned development which happened hours ago.
Having lost five out of their six matches till now, Hyderabad would be hoping for a complete turnover under Williamson for an eighth position on the points table would be a sure-shot concern for the team management.
Royals, who have lost four out of their six matches this season, are just above SRH at the seventh position. The battle of two bottom-placed teams might turn out to be a fascinating contest at the Arun Jaitley Stadium tomorrow.
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— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) May 1, 2021
RR vs SRH Head to Head in IPL history
Total number of matches played: 13
Matches won by RR: 6
Matches won by SRH: 7
Matched played in India: 10 (RR 4, SRH 6)
Matches played outside India: 3 (RR 2, SRH 1)
RR average score against SRH: 148
SRH average score against RR: 151
Most runs for RR: 382 (Sanju Samson)
Most runs for SRH: 241 (David Warner)
Most wickets for RR: 6 (Jaydev Unadkat)
Most wickets for SRH: 9 (Bhuvneshwar Kumar)
Most catches for RR: 9 (Sanju Samson)
Most catches for SRH: 5 (David Warner)
The last time when Royals and Sunrisers had locked horns against each other was during an IPL 2020 league match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Chasing a mediocre 155-run target, Sunrisers had secured a victory in the penultimate over on the back of a match-winning 140-run partnership for the third wicket between Manish Pandey (83 not out) and Vijay Shankar (52 not out).