SRH vs MI Predicted XI: Kane Williamson might make two changes to the squad

Kane Williamson’s Sunrisers Hyderabad will aim to end a disappointing IPL season on a winning note when they face Mumbai Indians in their last league fixture.

After a very poor performance shown by the Sunrisers Hyderabad throughout the entire season, they finally play their last league game against the Mumbai Indians who are under big pressure to qualify for the playoffs. Mumbai Indians certainly need to win over by a margin of 170 runs if they want to qualify, otherwise chasing will automatically make them eliminate from the tournament itself. Kane Williamson. They won their previous game against the Royal Challengers Bangalore to dent their chances to finish in the top 2 of the points table this season by four runs. They are languishing at the bottom of the IPL points table as this was their worst season ever.

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s prediction lineup against Mumbai Indians are as follows:-


1) Jason Roy

The England T20 opener has provided a big impact in the batting unit as he can provide a team to a flying start with his hard-hitting knocks during the powerplay overs.

2) Abhishek Sharma

He started his campaign well but will play a big role in support Jason Roy as he would also love to add some big runs to the team scoreboard. In seven games this season, Sharma has scored 65 runs and claimed two wickets.

3) Kane Williamson 

The Kiwi captain is one of the most successful players in the Indian Premier League. His captaincy has been a letdown, but his batting consistency has been on top-notch and will provide to prove a big problem for MI.

4) Priyam Garg 

His form has been dipped massively in the last few games, despite being a good player for the team. He scored 15 runs off 11 balls in the last game but still could show a glimpse of hope for the team.

5) Wriddhiman Saha

The wicketkeeper has contributed a lot in the opening stands and will be looking very useful for the middle batting order for the SRH. He has scored 129 runs in 8 games this season now.

6) Jason Holder

The West Indian all-rounder can play a big role with the ball and bat as he can provide a major knock for the team if the top order collapse quickly. He can be a game-changer for the team.

7) Abdul Samad

Samad’s renowned big-hitting prowess has been missing big-time this season. In 10 games so far, he has scored only 109 runs and taken one wicket.

8) Rashid Khan

He is one of the best bowlers in the history of the tournament and certainly will be a nightmare for the Mumbai Indians batting order. His spin is a mystery which makes it difficult for anyone to play. The leg spinner has taken 16 wickets so far and would like to end the season by taking more wickets.

9) Bhuvneshwar Kumar 

The Indian pace bowler was injured throughout the season but has made a sensational comeback with his death over bowling skills. He has taken six wickets in 11 games.

10) Umran Malik

He has been one of the eye-catching players of the tournament so far. He took one wicket in his four overs and gave away 21 runs, emerging as an exciting prospect for SRH’s future. He clocks over a speed of 153 km.

11) Siddharth Kaul

Kaul had a decent outing against RCB, taking one wicket in four overs. However, the pacer will need to contribute more against a tough MI side.