SRH vs RCB IPL Match Highlights – May 18, 2023


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Match Details:

Match:SRH vs RCB – 65th Match
Date:May 18, Thu, 2023
Time:02:00 PM (GMT)
Toss:RCB, Bowl 1st

Pitch Report: Pitch is in the center of the square. Square boundaries are mid-60s on either side (meters). Curator says this is his favourite wicket of the block and I can see why. It’s absolutely even and there’s not a blade of grass out of place. It’s a little bit on the drier side though. There has been quite a bit of water put into it but with the weather overhead in the last couple of days being so hot, it’s just a bit dry. As you can see there’s a bit of surface cracking but I wouldn’t be too worried about that. Important for openers to cash in against the new ball. Once players get their spikes chewing the wicket up a little bit, you’ll start to get the ball slowing down a touch and spin playing a part later on. For me, you win the toss and bat first. 4 of the 6 games here have been won batting first. Curator has said there hasn’t been much dew. Pitch looks a little abrasive, a little dry. It could turn. Might not be as high-scoring as the previous games.

Faf du Plessis: We are gonna have a bowl. The last two nights we have had some dew. Good surface but touch on the slower side. Same team as last game. Hasaranga has a niggle. Bracewell strengthens our batting. We have to start afresh. The game of cricket has a funny way of biting you. You have to have the humility of looking at a fresh game.

Aiden Markram: We would have looked to bat. Not too disappointed. Couple of changes. Brook comes in. Tyagi comes in as well. Umran is an x-factor player. Lot of pride to play for. We haven’t lived up to the ability. We should try to showcase that at the world stage in the last two games.


SRH: Abhishek Sharma, Rahul Tripathi, Aiden Markram(c), Heinrich Klaasen(w), Harry Brook, Glenn Phillips, Abdul Samad, Kartik Tyagi, Mayank Dagar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Nitish Reddy

RCB: Virat Kohli, Faf du Plessis(c), Glenn Maxwell, Mahipal Lomror, Anuj Rawat(w), Shahbaz Ahmed, Michael Bracewell, Wayne Parnell, Harshal Patel, Karn Sharma, Mohammed Siraj




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