The pocket rocket from Australia, David Warner, has been a consistent cricketer in the IPL for a long time. He has taken the IPL by storm right since he played for the Delhi Daredevils, but his dependability for the Sunrisers is something that very few others could achieve.
Warner has scored 4,706 runs in 126 IPL innings at a staggering average of 43.17. In due course, he registered 4 centuries and a record 44 half-centuries. He has been the highest run-getter for SRH in each of the last four seasons that he played in and won the Orange Cap thrice. He was beaten in the race just once when Virat Kohli rocked IPL 2016 with most runs in a single season.
The side will be expecting their skipper to play smart and aggressive in the UAE. His role in IPL 2020 will not be of the aggressor as he will also have to hold the innings together. He will have support from Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, and Wriddhiman Saha who can play well on slow pitches.
The left-hander might have to lead his team by example with the bat and then get the best out of his bowlers. If he manages to do these things right, there will be no stopping SRH from their second IPL title.