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Pattinson starts his second over.
End of OVER 3: 10 runs off Krunal’s over. SRH 30/0
OVERS 2.5: SIX! Bairstow takes a stride and smashes Krunal over deep mid wicket region. SRH 30/0
Krunal Pandya comes into the attack
End of OVER 2: 12 runs off Pattinson’s over. SRH 20/0
OVERS 1.4: FOUR! Pattinson to Bairstow. The batsman guides the ball towards fine leg.
OVERS 1.3: FOUR! Bairstow smashes Pattinson between mid wicket and long on. What a shot from him.
James Pattinson comes into the attack
End of OVER 1: 8 runs off Boult’s over. SRH 8/0
OVER 0.3: SIX! Bairstow off the mark with a six towards long off. Superb shot from the wicket-keeper batsman.
Trent Boult will open the attack for Mumbai Indians. Here we go…!!!
Jonny Bairstow and David Warner are at the crease.
Welcome back! SRH need 209 to win.
MUMBAI INDIANS: 208/5 in 20 overs

OVERS 20: SIX! What a way to finish the innings. Krunal hits a massive one this time, whacks Kaul for a huge six towards long on. Krunal scores an unbeaten 20 off just 4 balls, including two sixes and two fours.
200 comes up for Mumbai Indians
OVERS 19.5: FOUR! Another one from Krunal. He smashes Kaul towards deep extra cover this time.
OVERS 19.4: SIX and FOUR! Krunal comes to the crease and hammers Kaul for a six and now a boundary. Superb batting from him.
Krunal Pandya comes to the crease
OVERS 19.2: BOWLED! Siddarth Kaul castles Hardik Pandya for 28. Brilliant yorker from him. MI 188/5
Kaul to bowl the last over.
19 overs gone! 13 runs off Natarajan’s over. MI 187/4
OVERS 18.3: FOUR! Pandya sends Natarajan towards backward point for a boundary. MI 185/4
OVERS 18.1: SIX! Pollard hammers Natarajan over long off. Superb shot from him. MI 180/4
OVERS 17.4: SIX! Pollard hammers this time towards deep square leg. Rashid jumps but fails to grab the ball. Good effort from him. MI 173/4
OVERS 17.1: SIX! Full toss on to the pads from Sandeep. Pollard smashes the ball over mid wicket.
Sandeep Sharma starts his fourth over.
End of OVER 17: 10 runs off Natarajan’s over. MI 159/4
OVERS 16.1: SIX! That’s typical Hardik Pandya. He opens his stance and smashes the pacer over deep mid wicket region. MI 155/4
T Natarajan starts his third over.
End of OVER 16: 2 runs off Rashid’s over. That’s the end of his quota of 4 overs. His figures: 4-0-22-1
Rashid starts his fourth and final over.
Kieron Pollard comes to the crease
OVERS 15: WICKET! Wow! That’s a sensational catch from MP! Manish Pandey pulls off a stunner. Ishan picks the length and whacks the ball towards long on. Manish Pandey runs, dives and grabs a stunner. “It’s a swimming pool dive” Murali Kartik from the commentary box. Ishan depart for 31 off 23 balls. MI 147/4
OVERS 14.3: SIX! Hardik Pandya sends Sandeep over long on fence.
Sandeep Sharma is back into the attack. This is his third over.
End of OVER 14: 8 runs off Rashid Khan’s over. MI 134/3
OVERS 13.2: SIX! Slog sweep by Ishan. He goes over mid wicket fence for a huge one.
Hardik Pandya comes to the crease.
OVERS 13.1: WICKET! Rashid ends De Kock’s stay at 67. A brilliant innings comes to an end. De Kock fails to connect this well. It’s high in the air. Rashid bowls and runs all the way to mid wicket to take the catch. MI 126/3

Rashid Khan starts his third over.
End of OVER 13: 15 runs off Kaul’s over. Kaul has bowled 3 overs so far and conceded 43 runs (eco. 14.33). MI 126/2
OVERS 12.4: SIX! De Kock dispatches the ball between mid wicket and long on. He moves to 66 now. Kaul is having a terrible day today. MI 125/2
Kaul starts his third over.
End of OVER 12: 17 runs off Williamson’s over. MI 111/2
OVERS 11.5: SIX! Ishan joins the part this time. He whacks Williamson over long on fence. Superb shot from him.
OVERS 11.3: SIX! De Kock brings up his half-century with a huge six towards long on. 50-run partnership also comes up between De Kock and Ishan.

Williamson starts his second over.
End of OVER 11: 4 runs off Rashid’s over. MI 94/2
Rashid Khan starts his second over.
10 overs gone! 7 runs off Williamson’s over. MI 90/2
Kane Williamson comes into the attack
End of OVER 9: 16 runs off Samad’s over. MI 83/2
OVERS 8.5: FOUR! De Kock sends Samad towards deep mid wicket.
OVERS 8.2: SIX! De Kock dispatches this straight down the ground. What a shot from the South African. MI 74/2
Samad starts his second over.
End of OVER 8: 8 runs off Rashid’s over.
OVERS 7.4: FOUR! Ishan Kishan smashes this hard towards backward square leg. Very good shot from the youngster. MI 66/2
Rashid Khan comes into the attack
End of OVER 7: 11 runs off Samad’s over. MI 59/2
OVERS 6.5: SIX! De Kock smashes Samad for a maximum towards long on. MI 58/2
50 comes up for Mumbai Indians in 6.2 overs.
Bowling change for SRH: Abdul Samad comes into the attack
End of OVER 6: 10 runs off Kaul’s over. MI 48/2
Ishan Kishan comes to the crease.
OVERS 5.5: WICKET! Siddarth Kaul ends Suryakumar Yadav’s stay at 27. He gets the big wicket. Down the leg from Kaul. Suryakumar flicks but finds Natarajan at short fine leg. MI 48/2

OVERS 5.4: FOUR! Another boundary from Suryakumar. sixth boundary from him.
OVERS 5.1: FOUR! Full toss from Kaul. Suryakumar smashes the ball towards fine leg. Kaul is having a bad time today. MI 42/1
Kaul starts his second over.
End of OVER 5: 6 runs off Natarajan’s over. MI 38/1
OVERS 4.1: FOUR! De Kock welcomes Natarajan with a fine boundary. Superb shot from the left-hander straight down the ground. MI 36/1
Natarajan starts his second over.
End of OVER 4: 7 runs off Sandeep’s over. MI 32/1
OVERS 3.3: FOUR! Suryakumar is dealing in fours right now. Sandeep bowls down the leg and Surya plays this beautifully towards backward square leg. MI 30/1
Williamson brings Sandeep back into the attack
End of OVER 3: 18 runs off Kaul’s over. MI 25/1
OVERS 2.5: FOUR! Third in a row for Suryakumar. This time he sends Kaul straight down the ground. Confident shot from him. Kaul is under pressure.
OVERS 2.4: FOUR! What a shot from Suryakumar. Elegant cover drive from him. MI 21/1
OVERS 2.3: FOUR! Superb shot from Suryakumar. He sends Kaul towards sweeper cover for a boundary. MI 17/1
OVERS 2.1: FOUR! Poor start from Kaul. De Kock welcomes the paver with a fine boundary towards square leg. MI 11/1
Siddarth Kaul comes into the attack
End of OVER 2: Just 1 run off the over. MI 7/1
T Natarajan comes into the attack
Suryakumar Yadav comes to the crease
End of OVER 1: Brilliant over from Sandeep. 1 wicket and 6 runs off his over. MI 6/1
OVER 0.5: WICKET! REVIEW! A loud caught behind appeal from Sandeep and Bairstow against Rohit. Umpire says NOT OUT. Sandeep and Bairstow are confident. Warner asks for a review. There is a spike. Rohit has to depart for 6 runs. Big wicket for SRH. MI 6/1

OVER 0.4: SIX! First six of the day. Rohit tonks this over deep mid wicket fence for a huge one. That’s Rohit’s special. MI 6/0
SPECIAL DAY FOR DAVEY:

Sandeep Sharma will open the attack for SRH. Here we go…!!!
Rohit and De Kock are at the crease.
TEAM CHANGES:
Sunrisers Hyderabad: Bhuvi and Khaleel are out, Sandeep Sharma and Siddarth Kaul are in.
Mumbai Indians: Unchanged
CAPTAINS’ TAKE:
DAVID WARNER (SUNRISERS HYDERABAD):
Definitely would have batted as well. Exactly the same what Rohit was saying there the way our team shapes up we are confident in our bowlers to defend. We have seen some high totals here but it also gives a chance to the bowlers to pinch a couple of wickets. I think Bhuvi is a big loss for us. It is about making sure the bowlers are communicating and bowling in partnerships again. We have to do that well here today. I was always confident in those guys (youngsters) for us to was fortunate that they had some time in the middle. It is always challenging for these youngsters to come in with 3-4 overs to go and there are a lot of people criticizing them. Sandeep Sharma comes in, Khaleel is out as well and one another change.
ROHIT SHARMA (MUMBAI INDIANS):
We will bat first. It has been our strength so we are going to back that. It is a good pitch and as long as you play good cricket, the toss doesn’t really matter. Yes, but to be honest the game against KKR was also a perfect game. We put runs on the board and defended really well. We have a quality bowling line up which is why we back ourselves to come out and puts runs on the board. We have seen few games here, you have to believe and trust your instincts when you play in grounds like these. We know it is a small ground but it also gives the bowlers an opportunity knowing that the batsmen are going to come after them. We are playing the same team.
PLAYING XIs:
Sunrisers Hyderabad:
David Warner (captain), Jonny Bairstow (wk), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Abhishek Sharma, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul, T Natarajan
Mumbai Indians:
Quinton de Kock (wk), Rohit Sharma(captain), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Kieron Pollard, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, James Pattinson, Rahul Chahar, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah

TOSS: Mumbai Indians win toss, opt to bat against Sunrisers Hyderabad
It’s toss time, folks.

All the eyes on the young sensations Priyam and Abhishek:

The legends and the iconic stadium:

SHARJAH is ready!

Hello and welcome to the Live coverage of Match 17 of the IPL 2020 between Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad in Sharjah.

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