Match 17, CSK vs SRH Stats Preview, Player Stats & Approaching Milestones

Both CSK and SRH have been winless in the tournament so far.

Chennai Super Kings. (Photo source: IPL/BCCI)

Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad will face each other in the 17th match of IPL 2022, to play on the Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai. CSK were champions last season, while SRH had the opposite result, finishing at the bottom of the points list. Both teams are in the same boat this season, however, as they are looking for their first win. Chennai will play their first game at this venue this year, while SRH lost to LSG on this site by 12 runs.

CSK has lost two of their games hitting first and the other in the chase. SRH, on the other hand, have both lost their games while hunting. Both teams have a net run rate of less than -1, indicating that their batting and bowling have both not been good.

Last season’s Orange Cap winner Ruturaj Gaikwad has three single-digit scores so far, while Ambati Rayudu has also failed to make a single useful shot. MS Dhoni, who appeared to have his mojo back in the first two games, played a disappointing 23 (28) knockout against PBKS. Shivam Dube, now a specialized batter, has landed two impressive and significant hits in the last two games. Since it’s the side with the worst bowling average, their bowling unit has to answer a lot of questions.

After a massive defeat to RR in the first match, Sunrisers Hyderabad followed it up with a much better show against LSG, only to lose again. David Warner’s absence was evident as SRH looked from a different side, with openers Abhishek Sharma and Kane Williamson falling early in both games.

An improved mid-range with useful hits from Rahul Tripathi, Aiden Markram, Nicholas Pooran and Washington Sundar was the only positive for SRH this season. Bhuvneshwar Kumar controlled runs and T Natarajan was able to pick wickets but the other SRH bowlers didn’t contribute much. New skipper Ravindra Jadeja would love to win the first game for CSK against another scoreless side SRH.

Meanwhile, here are some of the key stats and figures for Match 17 between Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2022 Indian Premier League:

0 – Matches won by both CSK and SRH in this IPL season so far.

3 – CSK has started this season with three defeats in a row. They have not lost their first two games in a row in any previous IPL season.

13 – Sunrisers Hyderabad have lost 13 of their last 16 IPL matches.

59.63 – The top two players with the highest batting average against SRH in the IPL (min: 300 runs), both play tomorrow. MS Dhoni averaged 59.63 and Ambati Rayudu averaged 46.64 against them.

3 – Nicholas Pooran needs three more sixes to reach 300 sixes in T20 cricket.

1 – Moeen Ali needs one more wicket to reach 150 wickets in T20 cricket.

42.25 – Kane Williamson’s batting average against CSK in the IPL. Only Brad Hodge, Andre Russell and KL Rahul average higher against them (min: 10 hostels). Williamson also has a strike rate of 142.62 against CSK in the IPL, which is his highest against any team.

29 – Ambati Rayudu (3971) needs 29 runs to complete 4000 runs in the IPL.

1 – Rahul Tripathi (49) needs one big hit to reach 50 sixes in the competition.

6 – Moeen Ali (44) needs six sixes to reach 50 maximums in the IPL.

4 – Nicholas Pooran (46) has to go through the ropes four more times to reach 50 maximums in the tournament.

35 – Ravindra Jadeja (2965) is 35 runs away from reaching 3000 runs in T20 cricket.

71 – Ravindra Jadeja (2429) is 71 runs away from completing 2500 runs in the competition.

9 – Tripathi (141) needs nine fours to get to 150 fours in the IPL.

4 – Abdul Samad (46) needs four maximums to complete 50 sixes in T20 matches.

97 – Kane Williamson (1903) needs 97 runs to reach 2000 runs in the tournament.

71 – Tripathi (1429) needs 71 ​​runs to complete 1500 runs in the money rich league.

5 – Samad (45) needs five more fours to reach 50 fours in T20 games.

2 – Shreyas Gopal (48) is two wickets away from reaching 50 wickets in the tournament.

1 – Devon Conway (49) needs one grab to make 50 catches in the T20 matches.

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