Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad Prediction tODAY tIPS bY CRICKBELL- 2-5-2019

>MI vs SRH, IPL 2019

  • After 12 matches, Mumbai Indians are third in the table with seven wins – more than one fourth Sunrise Hyderabad.
  • Sunrisers scored a score of 212/6, because they had defeated Kings XI Punjab by 45 runs, but now they are without this season’s top IPL run scorer David Warner, who has stopped joining the Australian World Cup team.
  • Mumbai Indians, in their last match against Kolkata Knight Riders, lost heavily in their last match, because they reduced KKR’s 232/2 by 34 runs in the 34 balls of Hardik Pandya, despite a 91-run innings.

MI Team News

In the only change from the victory against the Chennai Super Kings, Barinder Sharan replaced the adaptive Roy in the last minute. Although the asylum against Kolkata Knight Riders was expensive, the domestic team could make him quite generous so that he could be given an opportunity to make amends. Mumbai is now without Jason Behrenadorf, who has left for joining the Australia team, and his absence – combined with Al Jari’s absence – means that Beuren Hendricks has joined the team. However, it has to be patient with the foreign locations currently occupied with them.

SRH Team News

After losing to Johnny Bairstow for England already, David Warner has teamed up with the Australia team to leave Sunrisers Hyderabad without their explosive start. Riddhiman Saha was at the top of the order for the last time, and after being overlooked in the absence of Bairstow, Martin Guptill is likely to replace Warner this time. Mohammad Nabi, Ken Williamson and Rashid Khan had captured the other foreign slots last time.

MI vs. SRH Head to Head

Mumbai finished the three-match losing streak in this fixture when they dismissed Sunrisers Hyderabad for 96 in the last match between them. Sunrise is still breaking the head-to-head record, though Mumbai has seven wins in six.

In Hyderabad this season, Kieron Pollard’s unbeaten 46 brought Mumbai to 136/7, before Alzie Joseph stopped the show with his ball on his IPL debut. West Indies claimed 6-12 in 3.4 overs as Mumbai won by 40 runs.

It was vindictive for Mumbai, who were dismissed for 87, when the team was in Wankhede for the last time, which was answered by Sunrisers Hyderabad by 118 runs.



MI vs. SRH Predictions

Mumbai Indians are returning to Wankhede Stadium and know a win, Sunrisers will now secure a play-off against Hyderabad, without their top two batsmen.

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