IPL: SRH defeat DD by 15 runs

19 Apr 2017 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
IPL 10: SRH vs DD - Updates!

Sunrisers Hyderabad bowlers successfully defended their score of 191 as they defeated Delhi Daredevils by 15 runs.

Delhi got a good start with Sanju Samson and Karun Nair putting on 71 runs for the second wicket. But three quick wickets spoiled the show for Delhi Daredevils.

Shreyas Iyer charged in the late overs, but his half-century went in vain.

In context: IPL 10: SRH vs DD - Updates!

PreviewSRH play DD as both look to keep momentum alive

In a match of near equals, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils will face each other at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad.

Both the teams have a well-rounded bowling attack, with batting a little concern for both the sides.

In the tournament so far, SRH have won three of their matches, while DD have two wins and two losses in four outings.

Head to head record

Over the years, both the teams have played each other eight times, with SRH emerging victorious at five occasions. At Hyderabad, both the teams have won a match.
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