IPL: Pune pull off a win against Hyderabad

06 May 2017 | By Rishikesh Malkhede
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Rising Pune Supergiant continued their winning streak in the 2017 Indian Premier League as they defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 12 runs.

SRH's chase was led by David Warner and Yuvraj Singh with each scoring 40 and 47 runs respectively.

However, the chase was cut short by Stokes and Unadkat, with the latter picking up five wickets including a hat-trick in the final over.

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Match 44SRH look to spoil the party for RPS

After a loss against Delhi, Sunrisers Hyderabad will face Rising Pune Supergiant in a bid to climb up the points table.

Pune have won their last three matches and are on the third place on the points table.

In their previous encounter at Pune, SRH couldn't defend 177 runs and lost the match in a last over thriller.

First inningsSRH bowlers restrict RPS to 148

Hyderabad bowlers put on a fantastic performance to restrict Pune to just 148 runs.

After losing Rahul Tripathi and Ajinkya Rahane early, Steve Smith and Ben Stokes put on a 60-run partnership to stabilize Pune's innings. Smith scored 34, while Stokes scored 39.

MS Dhoni's 31 run innings off 21 balls helped Pune to put up a defensible target.

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