Sunrisers Hyderabad will face Kolkata Knight Riders in match 47 of IPL 2023 to be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on 4 May.
It promises to be an exciting team as both teams’ batting is struggling. The pitch at Hyderabad helps the bowlers and creates an impact with top-quality bowling. SRH and KKR have decent bowling units that can create a major impact with their brilliant bowling to help the side stay alive.
Here we look at the 3 Players Who Could Pick the Most Wickets Between SRH and KKR
- T Natarajan
T Natarajan was sensational with his death bowling against Delhi Capitals. He nailed the yorkers with accuracy not allowing Axar Patel to score runs easily. It was a superb effort by Natarajan to keep pressure on Delhi Capitals batters.
He came as an impact player and showed his class with his brilliance. Natarajan gave away 34 runs and grabbed the important wicket of Sarfaraz Khan.
Natarajan would look to replicate his superb form in the match against Kolkata Knight Riders and keep the pressure on opponent batters.
- Sunil Narine
Sunil Narine has not had the best tournament yet for Kolkata Knight Riders this year. He showed glimpses of his performance with 1 for 24 against Gujarat Titans in 3 overs.
Narine will be looking to stem the flow of runs and pick wickets in the middle overs for KKR. His wickets would make life tough easier for KKR captain Nitish Rana.
Narine needs to be at his best against Sunrisers Hyderabad and keep their hopes alive of the playoff stage alive.
- Mayank Markande
Mayank Markande has been a star for Sunrisers Hyderabad this season. With the partnership of Mitchell Marsh and Phil Salt going on, Markande provided the breakthrough dismissing Phil Salt and then Manish Pandey to bring SRH back into the game.
He gave away 20 runs and picked 2 wickets in his 4 overs. It was a remarkable performance by the leg spinner putting enough pressure on the new batters.
Mayank Markande would look to continue his brilliant form against KKR and help SRH register a win keeping their hopes of playoffs alive.
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