Sunrisers Hyderabad are gearing up and coaching onerous for the upcoming season of the IPL. SRH just lately performed a apply match between Manish Pandey’s XI and Jonny Bairstow’s XI.
Manish Pandey’s XI emerged victorious, beating Jonny Bairstow’s XI by 31 runs. SRH posted the highlights of the sport on their Twitter account.
Earlier than the sport, Sunrisers Hyderabad batting coach VVS Laxman stated he was glad together with his gamers’ efficiency within the coaching session although they had been popping out of a seven-day quarantine interval. Laxman was quoted as saying:
“Even after seven-day quarantine, within the first internet session, all of the batsmen appeared in rhythm, so did the bowlers. After that, they continued to apply, and from the primary session itself, you might see that every one of them are eagerly ready for the primary match.”
All-rounder Vijay Shankar starred with the bat for Manish Pandey’s XI, smashing an unbeaten 95 off 50 balls as they set a goal of 170 runs. In reply, Jonny Bairstow’s XI may solely handle 138 of their 20 overs. Mujeeb Ur Rahman starred with the ball within the apply recreation, returning with figures of 4-17 whereas turning out for Manish’s staff.
Sunrisers Hyderabad managed to qualify for the IPL 2020 playoffs after ending third within the league part. After seeing out Royal Challengers Bangalore within the Eliminator, they got here up quick in opposition to the Delhi Capitals within the second Qualifier and had been knocked out of the match.
Sunrisers Hyderabad’s new recruits
SRH have emerged as a constant aspect over the previous 5 years as they haven’t missed out on a playoff spot since 2016. Nonetheless, they’ve did not go the gap, with their solely IPL title coming in 2016.
Sunrisers Hyderabad retained the core of their squad forward of IPL 2021 and spent the least amount of cash (₹3.8 crore) on the mini-auction, which passed off earlier this 12 months.
SRH acquired solely three gamers on the IPL 2021 Public sale, with their costliest purchase turning out to be Indian all-rounder Kedar Jadhav (₹2 crore). Their different two buys had been Mujeeb Zadran (₹1.5 crore) and Jagadeesha Suchith (₹30 lakh).