26 sep KKR vs SRH Toss Prediction Bhavishyavani Astrology Report
Indian Premier League has become a piece of India since its presentation in 2008 as a yearly cricket competition in India. From that point forward IPL has arrived at an achievement of being of the most joined in and followed game. The example of the competition depends on the alliance framework affected by the unmistakable Barclays Premier League, football (England) and National Basket Association b-ball (USA).
This next of the Indian Premier League is going to be played between two teams that have lost their opening encounters. The Kolkata Knight Riders played a horrendous opening match against the Mumbai Indians and seem to need a lot of work. The same can be said for the Sunrisers Hyderabad, who lost their opening match to RCB and made a lot of questionable decisions as well.
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We knew there would some serious rust issues for players coming into IPL 2020 but which team is going to be able to recover faster? The competition between teams has been intense and we don’t think either KKR or SRH can take too much time to get into their stride.
Two teams that had disappointing opening game results face each other in a very important game in the Indian Premier League. Sunrisers Hyderabad lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore thanks to a batting collapse while Kolkata Knight Riders were outclassed by Rohit Sharma and co. in their first game. Both teams will be desperate for a victory and will go all guns blazing to notch up their first win of the season. Hyderabad and Kolkata have some genuine T20 match winners in their ranks and will look to them for a game changing performance.
One team is going to walk away with two losses to start IPL 2020 and that is not a good position to be in.
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KKR vs SRH IPL 2020 is going to be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi on the 26th of September 2020.
Sunil Narine, perhaps the most valuable player in T20 cricket, is going to open the batting for KKR. He is going to be peppered with short-pitched deliveries at pace every single time he comes out to bat. Is he good enough to cope? We think he might struggle on the bigger grounds in the UAE.
Dinesh Karthik is batting far too high at number four and should go to back to playing the role of the finisher, a role he has been very successful at.
Shubman Gill, Eoin Morgan, and Andre Russell make this KKR batting very dangerous, however, and that is where most of the runs must come from.
The bowling performance for KKR was abysmal against the Mumbai Indians. Sandeep Warrior will be targeted by every single team if he plays. We think he might be replaced by Kamlesh Nagarkoti or Prasidh Krishna in this next match.
Pat Cummins had a very poor game as well, giving away 49 in three overs. You expect him to come back strongly, though, as he has the pace and pedigree. Shivam Mavi was very impressive but is inexperienced and could be put under pressure.
Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, and Kuldeep Yadav have to come up with ways of keeping Bairstow and Warner quiet otherwise it will be tough for KKR.
David Warner got run-out unluckily and the remaining batsmen seemed to crumble under the pressure of a moderately difficult chase.
Like KKR, SRH has a few questions to answer as well.
The first question is going to be finding a replacement for Mitchell Marsh. Can they fit in Kane Williamson (if he is fit) to try and bolster the batting and take some pressure off of the openers? They could but that would leave the bowling quite weak.
Mohammad Nabi could be one of the players that fills-in the all-rounder role and contribute in the middle order as well.
Perhaps most troublingly, the bowling attack that made SRH so difficult to beat is looking pedestrian.
Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and Sandeep Sharma are not going to find too much help from the UAE surfaces. T Natrajan and Vijay Shankar are strictly average as well. Rashid Khan is the world-class bowler in this lineup but he is not going to too much help from the surface either.
Everything seems to ride on Jonny Bairstow and David Warner to win matches for SRH. It can and will happen but can they do it consistently enough to cover up the other faults in their lineup? That remains to be seen.
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The conditions at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium have been pretty good for batting so far. We saw a good amount of bounce in the previous match played there as well. The groundsman has also been leaving a decent amount of grass cover on the surface to help the ball come on to the bat.
There is no chance of rain, as can be expected while playing in a desert. The dew has been a major factor and will continue to aid the team batting second. Interestingly, while almost every team has chosen to field first so far, the results have not all gone the fielding team’s way.
Who will win kkr vs srh Toss Prediction report
We think the team that wins the toss is going to field first. The dew comes down in the second inning and makes conditions very tough for the spinners. Winning the toss and fielding can be seen as a big advantage but maybe not an absolute one.