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IPL 2024- SRH vs RCB, Match 41- 3 Player Battles To Look Out For

IPL 2024- SRH vs RCB, Match 41- 3 Player Battles To Look Out For

Sunrisers Hyderabad will host RCB in match number 41 of IPL 2024 to be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad on 25th April 2024. SRH will be high on confidence after they posted 266 for 7 against Delhi Capitals.

On the other hand, RCB suffered a shattering 1-run loss to KKR. This will be the second time that these two teams will meet this season. SRH posted their record of 287 for 3 in 20 overs before RCB scored 262. It promises to be another high-scoring encounter between these two teams.

Both teams have quality players on each side and could see another high-scoring encounter today.

Here we look at the 3 player battles to look out for in match 41 between SRH and RCB:

  1. Travis Head vs Mohammed Siraj

Travis Head has been in sensational form for SRH this season. When these two teams met for the first time, Siraj was not a part of the playing XI. Head smashed the RCB bowlers all over the park scoring a superb century that laid a strong foundation for SRH to post a massive total.

On the other hand, Siraj will be eager to perform well on his home ground and pick the wicket of Head to put some pressure on SRH’s explosive batting lineup. It will be an interesting battle in the first six overs which might decide the fate of the game.

Mohammed Siraj
Mohammed Siraj (Credit: BCCI/IPL)
  1. Virat Kohli vs Pat Cummins

Virat Kohli looked in good form during the previous match against KKR before being dismissed controversially. He would look for a good beginning with an attacking approach and put pressure on the SRH bowling, especially against Pat Cummins.

The previous time, Kohli showed his intent against Cummins and made use of the first six overs. It promises to be another exciting contest between Kohli and Cummins which might decide the fate of the game.

  1. Will Jacks vs Mayank Markande

Will Jacks scored his first half-century this season against KKR. He looked brilliant with his batting hammering them all over the park. Jacks was run out in an unfortunate manner run out at the non-striker end in Bengaluru.

On the other hand, Mayank Markande took the wicket of Jake Fraser McGurk and Porel in the middle overs which put pressure on the DC batting lineup. Jacks would be hoping to continue his superb form while Mayank Markande will eager to pick his wicket and not allow him to hit big shots.

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