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Match 46, SRH vs CSK Stats Preview, Player Stats & Approaching Milestones

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MS Dhoni is back with his captaincy hat for the Super Kings as Ravindra Jadeja has decided to step down from the leadership duties to focus on his game

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Sunrisers Hyderabad. (Photo Source: IPL/BCCI)

Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings will be facing each other in the 46th match of IPL 2022, to be played at MCA International Stadium in Pune. Both the teams had a completely opposite performance last year, with CSK being the champions and SRH finishing last place in the points table. However, SRH have had a much better season so far this year, with five wins and three losses, in comparison with CSK’s two wins and six losses. Both the teams played only once at Pune this season, with Sunrisers Hyderabad losing to RR and Chennai Super Kings losing to GT. The teams have faced each other earlier this season, with SRH winning the encounter.

Though the SRH captain Kane Williamson is not in a good form, Rahul Tripathi, Abhishek Sharma, and Aiden Markram have been outstanding for the team. Umran Malik has undergone a sharp transition from a bowler leaking runs to someone unplayable now. Though SRH bowlers, barring Umran, had an off day in their last match, they are a formidable unit that is capable of destroying any team.

Meanwhile, Shivam Dube and Ambati Rayudu have batted brilliantly for CSK this season, but the issue remains the top-order. The Orange Cap winner of 2021, Ruturaj Gaikwad, scoring at an average of just 17 is severely concerning. The overseas bowlers in Dwayne Bravo and Maheesh Theekshana have bowled brilliantly, but the Indian bowlers need to be more consistent. In a turnaround, Ravindra Jadeja has handed over the captaincy back to MS Dhoni to focus on his game. Much to the joy of all the CSK fans, it is Dhoni who will be leading the Men in Yellow again in the remaining matches of the tournament.

Meanwhile, here are some of the important stats and numbers ahead of Match 46 between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League 2022:

3 – Sixes needed by Dwayne Bravo to reach 50 sixes for CSK in the IPL. He will become the fourth overseas player to reach the milestone for CSK, others being Dwayne Smith, Shane Watson and Faf du Plessis.

6 – Dhoni needs to hit six more sixes to become the first player to reach 200 sixes for CSK in rhw IPL.

9 – Runs needed by Bravo to reach 1000 runs for CSK in the IPL. He will become the second player to score 1000+ runs and take 100+ wickets for a single team in IPL.

15 – Both SRH pacers T Natarajan and Umran Malik have picked 15 wickets this season. No other pacer has taken more wickets in IPL 2022.

23 – Runs needed by Ruturaj Gaikwad to reach 1000 runs in the IPL. If he reaches there against SRH, he will become the joint fastest Indian player to score 1000 runs in the IPL, tied with Sachin Tendulkar (31st innings).

60.33 – Dhoni’s batting average against Sunrisers Hyderabad, which is the highest of any player against them.

540 – Runs scored by Ambati Rayudu against Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL. He has an average of 45.00 and a strike-rate of 130.12. His average is the highest among all players who scored 500+ runs against SRH in the league.

204 – Dhoni, who will be returning as a captain, has led the team in 204 matches and won 121 of them in the IPL. Both are the highest of any captain.

5 – Gaikwad (95) needs five fours to reach 100 fours in the IPL.

4 – Rayudu (346) requires four fours to complete 350 fours in the league.

7 – Shivam Dube (43) needs seven fours to get to 50 fours in the tournament.

2 – Jadeja (2498) requires just two runs to reach 2500 runs in the IPL.

7 – Dhoni (493) needs seven fours to reach 500 fours in T20 cricket.

1 – Nicholas Pooran (49) is just one hit away from reaching 50 maximums in the league.

3 – Abhishek Sharma (97) is three fours away from completing 100 fours in T20 cricket.

3 – Abhishek (47) is also three sixes away from reaching 50 sixes in the T20 matches.

4 – Williamson (146) requires four sixes to get to 150 maximums in T20 cricket.

50 – Robin Uthappa (4950) needs 50 runs to complete the landmark of 5000 runs in the IPL.

2 – Abhishek Sharma (48) is two fours away from reaching 50 fours in the tournament.

9 – Rayudu (141) needs nine fours to complete 150 fours for CSK in the league.

57 – Rahul Tripathi (2443) requires 57 runs to get to 2500 runs in T20 cricket.

3 – Bravo (97) also needs three fours to get to 100 fours for CSK in T20 cricket.

22 – Aiden Markram (1978) requires 22 runs to get to 2000 runs in T20 cricket.





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