IPL 2018 - Sunrisers Hyderabad : Statistical Preview

IPL 2018 - Sunrisers Hyderabad : Statistical Preview

All the key stats and facts you all need to know about Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Sunrisers Hyderabad won the trophy in 2016

The world's biggest and best T20 league, the Indian Premier League is around the corner. The 2018 season will be the 11th season of IPL and will be held from 7 April to 27 May 2018

Sunrisers Hyderabad, the 2016 IPL Champions, have been one of the most competitive teams in IPL. This franchise was founded in Dec 2012 and debuted in 2013 season, and since then they have qualified for play-offs in 3 out of 5 seasons and won the title in 2016.

This year they'll miss their most prolific batsman and captain David Warner, who is banned for 1 year for his involvement in ball tampering scandal. Kane Williamson will captain SRH this season 

Here is a look at Sunrisers Hyderabad's IPL history

Champions - 2016

Semifinalists - 2013 and 2017

Team Record

1. Result summary -

 Opposition  Span  Mat  Won  Lost  NR  %W
 Chennai Super Kings  2013-2015  6  2  4  0  33.3
 Mumbai Indians  2013-2017  10  5  5  0  50
 Kolkata Knight Riders  2013-2017  12  4  8  0  33.3
 Kings Xi Punjab  2013-2017  10  8  2  0  80
 Delhi Daredevils  2013-2017  10  6  4  0  60
 Rajasthan Royals  2013-2015  7  3  4  0  42.8
 Royal Challengers Bangalore  2013-2017  10  6  4  0  60
 Gujarat Lions  2016-2017  5  5  0  0  100
 Rising Pune Supergiant  2016-2017  4  1  3  0  25
Pune Warriors  2013- 2013  2  2  0  0  100
 Total  2013 - 2017  76  42  34  0  55.3

 

2. Performance summary in IPL -

 Year  Mat  Won  Lost  NR  Position  Summary
 2013  17  10  7  0  4th  Semifinalists
 2014  14  6  8  0  6th  Group stage
 2015  14  7  7  0  6th  Group stage
 2016  17  11  6  0  1st  Champions
 2017  15  8  6  1  4th  Semifinalists

 

3. Highest Team Total - 

 Score  Opposition  Venue  Year
 209/3   Kolkata Knight Riders  Hyderabad  2017
 208/7  Royal Challengers Bangalore  Bangalore  2016
 207/3  Kings Xi Punjab  Mohali  2017

 

4. Lowest Team Total -

 Score  Opposition  Venue  Year
 113  Mumbai Indians  Hyderabad  2015
 118/8  Rising Pune Supergiant  Hyderabad  2016
 119/8  Pune Warriors  Pune  2013

 

Batting Records :

1. Most Runs -

 Player  Span  Mat  Runs  Avg  SR  HS  100s  50s
 David Warner  2014-17  59  2579  52.63  147.7  126  1  26
 Shikhar Dhawan  2013-17  69  2021  33.68  121.52  82*  0  15
 Moises Henriques  2014-17  42  755  27.96  128.83  74*  0  5

 

2. Highest individual scores -

  1. David Warner - 126 vs KKR at Hyderabad (2017)
  2. David Warner - 93* vs GL at Delhi (2016)
  3. David Warner - 92 vs RCB at Hyderabad (2016)

3. Most runs in a season -

 Player  Mat  Runs  Avg  SR  HS  50+  Year
 David Warner  17  848  60.57  151.42  93*  9  2016
 David Warner  14  641  58.27  141.81  126  5  2017
 David Warner  14  562  43.23  156.54  91  7  2015

 

4. Highest batting average (Min 15 innings played) -

  1. David Warner (2014-2017) -        52.63
  2. Shikhar Dhawan (2013-2017) -    33.68
  3. Kane Williamson (2015-2017) -    31.61
  4. Moises Henriques (2014- 2017) - 27.96

5. Highest batting strike rate (Min 250 balls faced) -

  1. David Warner (2014-2017) -        147.70
  2. Yuvraj Singh  (2016-2017) -         137.07
  3. Kane Williamson (2015-2017) -    129.24
  4. Moises Henriques (2014-2017) -  128.83

Bowling Records :

1. Most wickets -

 Player  Span  Mat  Wkts  Avg  Eco  BBI  4-fers
 Bhuvneshwar Kumar  2014-17  59  87  18.62  7.25  5/19  3
 Karn Sharma  2013-2016  46  36  30.80  7.82  4/38  1
 Dale Steyn  2013-2015  37  33  29.84  6.89  3/11  0

 

2. Best bowling figures in an innings -

  1. Bhuneshwar Kumar - 5/19 vs KXIP at Hyderabad (2017)
  2. Bhuneshwar Kumar - 4/14 vs RR at Ahmedabad (2014)
  3. Amit Mishra - 4/19 vs PWI at Pune (2013)

3. Most wickets in a season -

 Player  Mat  Wkts  Avg  Eco  BBI  4-fer  Year
 Bhuneshwar Kumar  14  26  14.2  7.05  5/19  1  2017
 Bhuneshwar Kumar  17  23  21.3  7.42  429   1  2016
 Amit Mishra  17  21  18.8  6.35  4/19  1  2013

 

4. Best bowling average (Min 15 wickets) -

  1. Bhuneshwar Kumar (2014-17) - 18.62
  2. Sidhart Kaul (2017) - 18.75
  3. Rashid Khan (2017) - 21.05
  4. Ashish Nehra (2016-17) - 23.29

5. Best economy rate (Min 15 wickets) -

  1. Rashid Khan (2017) - 6.62
  2. Dale Steyn (2013-15) - 6.89
  3. Mustafizur Rahman (2016-17) - 7.14
  4. Bhuneshwar Kumar (2014-17) - 7.25

By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 02 Apr, 2018

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