SRH vs. RCB: Bengaluru ends a six-match losing streak in the Hyderabad match, however they remain in tenth place in the IPL 2024 Points Table.

In the current IPL 2024, Indian spin combination Karn Sharma and Swapnil Singh claimed four wickets apiece to aid Royal Challengers Bengaluru in ending a six-game winning streak. At Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Thursday, they defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by a score of thirty-five runs. Despite SRH’s first defeat in five games, RCB secured their second win of the current season. Their most recent victory came on March 25 at home against Punjab Kings.

After winning the toss and scoring a respectable 206 for 7, Faf du Plessis’ visiting team set a target of 207 runs for Hyderabad’s formidable batting line, which has already broken numerous IPL batting records this season. Even so, the hosts managed just 171 for eight.

Plessis was taken out of the game after connecting with Indian batting superstar rummy, the current bearer of the Orange Cap, for 12 balls. Kohli took a leisurely 43 balls to begin the 48-run partnership. Rajat Patidar made an incredible fifty off twenty balls for Bengaluru, and in spite of everything, they reached the vital total. In response, Hyderabad’s openers, Travis Head and Abhishek Sharma, failed to build a strong rapport.

Will Jacks, the spinner, removed the Australian after just one run in the first over. Sharma hit 31 balls from 13 balls before being pulled in the fourth over, putting dafabet at 2-37. Karna and Swapnil departed Hyderabad at 5-69 after getting three important middle-order wickets in the eighth over of the chase: Nitish Kumar Reddy (13), Heinrich Klaasen (7), and Aiden Markram (7).

RCB and Punjab Kings have ended their losing skid, although they are still tied for tenth place with four points. Their net run rates, however, are just somewhat different at -0.721. Sunrisers Hyderabad, on the other hand, have gained ten points from five games and are still in third position. They are both in fourth position, but they are definitely under pressure from teams like the fifth-place Chennai Super Kings (8 points) and Lucknow Super Giants (10 points).

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