IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Highlights: SRH beat MI by 10 wickets to jump to 3rd place and secures playoffs spot; KKR crash out of IPL 2020

IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Highlights: SRH beat MI by 10 wickets to qualify for IPL play-offs. Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Mumbai Indians…

IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Highlights: SRH beat MI by 10 wickets to qualify for IPL play-offs. Sunrisers Hyderabad defeated Mumbai Indians by 10 wickets in a must-win match to qualify for the play-offs of the Indian Premier League here on Tuesday. Kolkata Knight Riders are now out of IPL 2020. 

Brief Scores:

Mumbai Indians: 149 for eight in 20 overs (Kieron Pollard 41, Suryakumar Yadav 36; Sandeep Sharma 3/34).
Sunrisers Hyderabad: 151 for no loss in 17.1 overs (David Warner 85 not out, Wriddhiman Saha 58 not out).
Here’s how the IPL 2020 Playoffs look like!


IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Live Updates

SRH wins by 10 wickets; qualifies for playoffs in 3rd spot

SRH jumps to 3rd place and secures playoffs spot; KKR crash out of IPL 2020. Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Mumbai Indians by 10 wickets to book a spot in the playoffs. Kolkata Knight Riders are eliminated. David Warner unbeaten on 785*, Wriddhiman Saha unbeaten on 58


Nathan Coulter-Nile to bowl what is likely the final over. Single off the first ball. Dot on the second. Another single on the third. A boundary would end this. Good bouncer from Coulter-Nile on the fourth delivery, Warner tried to get a bit of bat on it but failed. Dot ball to wrap it up.

SRH-147/0 after 17 overs; need more 3 from 18 balls


James Pattinson in now/ The Australian us hammered for four by David Warner over midwicket. Three more singles come from the over.

SRH-144/0 after 16 overs; need more 6 from 24 balls


 Coulter-Nile bowls a comparatively good over, until the penultimate ball gets slapped by Warner between wide long on and deep midwicket for a boundary. Hyderabad comfortably cruising on in Sharjah.

SRH-137/0 after 15 overs; need more 13 more 30 balls


SRH-131/0 after 14 overs; need more 19 from 36 balls

Strategic Timeout taken

Krunal bowls five wides. The job is almost done and both the batsmen has played an incredible innings to safely propel SRH to secure IPL 2020 Playoffs berth

SRH-122/0 after 13 overs; need more 28 from 42 balls

100 for SRH; century stand for Warner- Saha

A landmark over for the partnership of David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha, as they both bring up half-centuries off of 35 and 34 balls respectively. SRH looks almost assured now to qualify for the play-offs.

SRH-110/0 after 12 overs; need more 40 from 48 balls

Fifty for Saha now!

Fifty for David Warner


Chahar sneaks in a good over. Sticks to the right line and length throughout to concede just five off the last six balls.

SRH-97/0 after 11 overs; need more 53 from 54 balls

We reach the halfway mark!

The pair of Warner and Wriddhiman add 89 in 10 overs. Both the batsmen are playing in their 40’s now.

SRH-89/0 after 10 overs; need more 61 from 60 balls


Outstanding batsmanship on display, courtesy Saha. After slicing a fuller one over backward point to get a boundary, Saha swivels to pull the very next delivery to the fence again.

SRH-84/0 after 9 overs


Pattinson comes in. Great running from Saha and Warner as they keep the scoreboard ticking. This should be more than enough for SRH to win if they can keep the singles on

SRH-71/0 after 8 overs


Runs continue to come thick and fast for the Sunrisers. Warner reverse sweeps Chahar and before you could bat an eyelid, the ball races past everyone to the fence.

SRH-65/0 after 7 overs; need more 85 from 78 balls

End of Powerplay; Strategic Timeout taken

SRH-56/0 after 6 overs

Fifty partnership for Warner-Saha


The boundaries keep coming as both Warner and Wriddhiman fetch a boundary each in Rahul Chahar’s introductory over.

SRH-49/0 after 5 overs; need more 101 from 90 balls


James Pattinson is in to bowl, and it’s Aussie vs Aussie as he faces David Warner. He’s not given a warm welcome by his compatriot though, Warner hits him for back-to-back-to-back fours, through midwicket, past extra cover and through point. Major problem for Mumbai Indians here, they really need to stop Saha and Warner soon.

SRH-40/0 after 4 overs


fter a couple of singles, Wriddhiman Saha wraps Kulkarni’s second over with a couple of FOURS. First off a top-edge flying behind the third-man region and second a flick down the leg for a boundary in fine-leg region.

SRH-24/0 after 3 overs


Coulter Nile bowls from the other end. Saha works one through the line of the ball over mid-off to pocket the first six of the innings. He follows it up with a better-looking shot, which clears the mid-on ropes after a bounce.

SRH-14/0 after 2 overs; need more 136 from 18 overs


Dhawal Kulkarni has bowled a fantastic first over. Just 3 runs from it. Kulkarni’s first delivery is a wide. The rest of the over is near perfect though,  SRH-3/0 after 1 over; need more 147 from 19 overs

We are underway with SRH’s chase!

Saha and Warner walks out for SRH’s chase; Kulkarni to starts of MI’s proceedings.

End of MI’s innings

MI-149/8 after 20 overs

Decent score on the board as Mumbai end up with 149-8 after 20 overs. Despite the late show from Pollard, Sunrisers Hyderabad will be happy with that effort. SRH needs 150 to win.

Pollard falls for 41; MI go 8 down

Pollard misses a full-toss and stumps are shattered. Relief for Holder and SRH


T Natarajan misses his yorkers twice and he has been smashed for three back-to-back sixes. This is what Pollard can do!

MI-139/7 after 19 overs


Coulter-Nile’s gone! Holder bowls this right in the slot and the Australian pacer looking to go for a cover drive, finds Garg at extra cover. That brings up the West Indies Test captain’s 100th T20 wicket.

MI-119/7 after 18 overs

MI go 7 down

Jason Holder bowls a length one, Coulter-Nile went for it, but holes out to Garg. Mumbai are falling down like a pack of cards.


Kishan tried to go after Sharma; smokes Sandeep’s second ball over long-off for a six. Sandeep, however, bounces back again after being whacked at, for the second time this night, to get Kishan to drive it onto his own sticks.

MI-116/6 after 17 overs

That was close!

There was a low LBW appeal against Pollard – nobody is convinced but it’s such a big prize that Warner reviewed anyway but there was contact with the bat.

MI go 6 down

Full and wide, Ishan gets an inside edge and the stumps are disturbed. Sandeep Sharma has his revenge for the six in the previous ball.


MI-109/5 after 16 overs

Eventful over from Rashid Khan; Strategic Timeout taken

One dropped catch of Ishan Kishan by Rashid Khan, the next one fell short of a fielder and almost an LBW on the final ball. 15 overs gone

MI-98/5 after 15 overs

Rashid Khan drops Ishan Kishan; Will it prove costly for SRH?

Kishan gets down on one knee to go big with the slog but ends up getting a top-edge towards the midwicket skies. Rashid settles underneath but lets go of what can only be called a dolly. Kishan breathes some life into the innings with a boundary later.


Another good over from Nadeem and Pollard, who has the highest strike rate in this season, thus far, doesn’t look to take any unnecessary risks. MI-90/5 after 14 overs


Rashid Khan follows Nadeem’s suit. It looked like this is not the day for the leg-spinner but then he comes up with a special delivery to take a wicket. In a matter of few balls, SRH gain the upper hand. Crucial partnership for Mumbai with Ishan and Kieron Pollard in the middle. Five off the over.

MI-87/5 after 13 overs

Rashid Khan strikes now; MI lose half their side

Wrong one from Rashid Khan, Saurabh Tiwary edges it and Saha grabs the catch. Lovely stuff from the keeper again.

Nadeem gets two crucial wickets in one over

Electric stumping by Wriddhiman Saha sees the back of the in-form Suryakumar Yadav, who departs for 36 off 29 deliveries. The Bengal ‘keeper knew he had his man, the moment the stumps lit up. What an over this is turning out to be! Krunal Pandya goes for duck now.

MI-82/4 after 12 overs

MI 4 down

Krunal Pandya gets a leading edge, Kane Williamson runs and pulls off a blinder near the pitch. Nadeem gets his second wicket in the over.

Big blow to MI; Suryakumar departs for 36

Big wicket for SRH! Suryakumar Yadav has been caught outside his crease as wicketkeeper Saha has stumped him out.


Natarajan is back. Two dots and two singles from the four balls. He needs to finish good here. Effective change of pace from the bowler. And he finishes good. Just three runs from the over.

MI-81/2 after 11 overs

We reach the halfway mark!

MI-78/2 after 10 overs


Good over from Shahbaz Nadeem. He is keeping it tight, not allowing MI batsmen to hit him for a boundary, even though they are really trying here. Seven runs off Nadeem’s second over.

MI-65/2 after 9 overs

Strategic Timeout taken

Rashid Khan bowls his first over. Suryakumar and Kishan clearly look to go after him off some balls but weren’t able to connect. Time for the first strategic timeout of the day.

MI-59/2 after 8 overs


Natarajan has been brought into the attack. Natarajan in his follow through, fails to hold on as Suryakumar nudges the ball straight back towards the bowler.

MI-52/2 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay

Shahbhaz Nadeem, the left-arm spinner goes for the nine runs in his first over. The runs could’ve been lesser if not for a bad piece of fielding. We are done with the powerplay and maybe it’s time Natarajan to take the ball.

MI-49/2 after 6 overs

4,6,6,W- Eventful over from Sharma

Sandeep Sharma gives a fitting answer after getting hit for back o back sixes. A lovely four and two gorgeous sixes and then de Kock disturbs his own stumps with a bad inside edge. Sandeep goes for 16 in the over but it worked out for him and SRH. Ishan Kishan is the new batsman.

MI-39/2 after 5 overs

De Kock falls for 25; MI go 2 down

Wide low full-toss, de Kock goes for the drive but gets an inside edge and the ball hits the stumps. Sandeep is a happy man

Back to back sixes from De Kock

Sandeep Sharma to Quinton de Kock! Fuller and this one has been smashed towards the leg side. Next ball – SIX! This was pitched even fuller, and this has been struck hard towards long-off. Excellent batting


MI-23/1 after 4 overs


Sandeep Sharma continues. Two singles from the first two balls. Rohit was getting little bit impatient so he tries to break the shackles but instead becomes a victim of a soft dismissal. Suryakumar, the inform batsman comes in and gets off the mark with a boundary. MI-16/1 after 3 overs

MI lose Rohit Sharma cheaply

The skipper comes down the track but hands a simple catch to Warner at mid-off. Sandeep strikes in the powerplay again.


Brilliant work in the field by Abdul Samad. Jason Holder bowls on the pads of Quinton de Kock and the wicketkeeper-batsman flicks it towards the on-side but a brilliant diving effort by Adbul Samad prevents the ball from going for a boundary. MI-10/0 after 2 overs


Sandeep’s getting the ball to move back into the right-hander and takes Rohit by surprise off the very first. A boundary through deep mid-wicket, however, helps Mumbai calm those nerves.

MI-5/0 after 1 over

De Kock gets the first boundary of the night!

Sandeep Sharma has pushed it towards midwicket for a boundary. First boundary of the match and this will race to the ropes. 1st over gone, MI 5/0. Shreyas Gopal on the other end

Aaand we are underway!

Rohit Sharma- Quinton de Kock walks out to bat for MI; Sandeep Sharma to starts proceedings for SRH

SRH Playing XI

Sunrisers Hyderabad (Playing XI): David Warner(c), Wriddhiman Saha(w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan

MI Playing XI

Mumbai Indians (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Ishan Kishan, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Rahul Chahar, James Pattinson, Dhawal Kulkarni



Toss Results

SRH wins toss and opts to field first.

Rohit Sharma | MI captain: Throughout the tournament there has been a lot of talk about the toss, and we need to take toss out of contention and play good cricket. Looks like I’m fit and fine. We are resting some key bowlers – Bumrah and Boult will rest, Pattinson and Dhawal Kulkarni will replace them. I am coming in in place of Jayant Yadav.

David Warner | SRH captain: We are having a bowl first. It played nice and slow the other day, even though it was another pitch, so even though there is some sheen on it, I think it will be a little slow early on so we’d like to capitalise on that. We have to beat the best teams to enter the play-offs. We have gotten Priyam Garg in for Abhishek Sharma.






Natarajan will be key for SRH tonight!

Mumbai Indians batting line-up has been really good this season and T Natarajan will be key for SRH with the new ball. Natarajan gets bounce that may trouble Ishan Kishan


We are exactly one hour away from toss

Pitch Conditions: The scores in Sharjah have constantly come down in the last few matches with the surface holding up, especially in the first innings. No wonder teams will be looking to chase after winning the toss.

Average first innings score : 181 (11 matches at the venue in IPL 2020)

2 teams 1 Playoffs spot; KKR or SRH- Who will seal the final berth?

Dream11 IPL 2020 Playoffs Race for the last spot is going to the wire. The last league match of IPL 2020 between Sunrisers Hyderabad & Mumbai Indians will decide whether the last spot goes to Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) or Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).

Here’s what both teams need to do to qualify for IPL 2020 playoffs?

Kolkata Knight Riders: Played 14 Points 14, NRR -0.214

  • KKR can only qualify if SRH loses to Mumbai Indians now.

Milestone Alert!

– Pollard requires 27 runs more to complete 3000 runs in IPL

– Suryakumar requires 78 runs more to complete 2000 runs in IPL

– Pollard is also 6 sixes away from completing 200 sixes in IPL

– Krunal requires 14 runs more to complete 1000 runs in IPL

– Krunal is also 5 wickets away from completing 50 wickets in IPL

SRH vs MI Review

For David Warner’s SRH, this encounter is a do-or-die game – it’s a simple equation. SRH win, they reach playoffs. If they lose, they are out of playoffs. But Mumbai Indians have already qualified and have cemented position at the top, so for them it’s a dead rubber.

IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Live: Dream11 Prediction –Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians

IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Dream11: Stats

  • SRH at this venue: Played 4, Won 1, Lost 3
  • MI at this venue: Played 3, Won 2, Lost 1

IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Dream11: Approaching Milestones

  • David Warner needs 56 runs to complete 500 runs in IPL 2020.
  • Wriddhiman Saha requires 79 runs to complete 2000 IPL runs.
  • Quinton de Kock needs 82 runs to complete 500 runs in IPL 2020.
  • Kieron Pollard is 6 sixes away from completing 200 IPL sixes.
IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Dream11 Team: Fantasy cricket predictions and tips for Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians

IPL 2020 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians (SRH vs MI) LIVE Score–  https://www.insidesport.in/sport-matches/?field=entity_cricket&id=45642&widget=match_center

IPL 2020 SRH vs MI Dream11 Team Prediction IPL 2020 LIVE Match Details

Match: Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians (SRH vs MI)
Date: 3rd Nov 2020
Time: 7:30 PM IST
Dream11 IPL 2020 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians (SRH vs MI) Probable XI

Dream11 IPL 2020 SRH Probable XI – David Warner(c), W saha(w), Manish Pandey, J Holder, Abdul Samad, Abhishek Sharma, Priyam Garg, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, K Khaleel Ahmed, T Natarajan

Dream11 IPL 2020 MI Probable XI –  Quinton de Kock (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Saurabh Tiwary, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, James Pattinson, Trent Boult, Rahul Chahar, Jasprit Bumrah.

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