TATA IPL 2022: Rajasthan Royals’ superb bowling keep SRH batters tied in the powerplay

Sunrisers Hyderabad is in big trouble as they lost their skipper Kane Williamson in the powerplay while chasing a huge target of 211.

Sunrisers Hyderabad’s had the worst powerplay in their very first game of the season against Rajasthan Royals on Tuesday at MCA Stadium, Pune. Kane Williamson’s Sunrisers are chasing down a huge target of 211 runs after a fiery batting by Rajasthan Royals’ batters. Skipper Sanju Samson and Shimron Hetmyer’s amazing batting display helped Rajasthan Royals to reach this huge total against SRH.

During the chase, Sunrisers Hyderabad gets the joint lowest Powerplay score in the history of IPL. Kane Williamson’s side can only get 14 runs in the powerplay on Tuesday against RR. Due to this their worst powerplay, it seems really difficult for them to win this match. Rajasthan Royals’ bowlers have really tied up the SRH batters as they have bowled 2 maiden overs in the first six.


Prasidh Krishna got skipper Kane Williamson and Rahul Tripathi out very early. Debutant Trent Boult also didn’t take much time to take his first wicket for RR as he dismissed Nicholas Pooran. Sunrisers need a partnership to get the momentum in the game. Looking at the current run rate of SRH, it will not be wrong to say that Rajasthan Royals is in the best position to win the game.