DC vs SRH IPL 2022 highlights: Delhi Capitals beats Sunrisers Hyderabad by 21 runs

DC vs SRH IPL 2022 highlights: Delhi Capitals beats Sunrisers Hyderabad by 21 runs

Hello and welcome to Sportstar’s LIVE coverage of IPL 2022 Match 50 between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad from the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.

That’s a convincing win for DC. They move fifth in the points table. SRH are sixth. DC win by 21 runs. An all-round show by DC. Warner and Powell’s pyrotechnics powered DC to a formidable total before the SRH bowlers kept chipping away at SRH, not letting the game get out of their hand at any stage. Nicholas Pooran and Aiden Markram mounted a fightback but it wasn’t enough in the end. That would be all from our side. Thanks.

27 needed off 6 balls. Kuldeep Yadav clean bowls Tyagi first ball. Bhuvi is the new man in. Bhuvi smacks the third ball for four. 1 off the fourth. Dot ball. Another dot ball.

SRH 181/7 in 19 overs: Gopal hits the first ball for four. Marsh is bowling out. Make that two fours in two. Tyagi hits the fourth ball for four. 16 from the over.

SRH 165/7 in 18 overs: Thakur. Pooran biffs the first ball for four. He is dropped off the third ball. They take two. Pooran hits the next ball for six. He is caught next ball. Has mishit a full toss. Umpires check for waist high no ball but bowler’s fine. Pooran goes for 34-ball 62. Kartik Tyagi is in next. Sunrisers need 43 runs in 12 balls.

SRH 153/6 in 17 overs: Pooran reaches 50 off 29 balls with a single. Khaleel is bowling out. Abbott hits the third ball for six. He is caught next ball. Here’s Shreyas Gopal. 7 off the over. Khaleel – 4-0-30-3.


SRH 146/5 in 16 overs: Nortje to bowl out. Loud caught behind appeal off the third ball. Wide called. But Pant has reviewed. Pooran is the batter. Day light between bat and ball. Not out. DC lose a review. Pooran slams the next ball for six. 12 off the over.

SRH 134/5 in 15 overs: Thakur. Pooran goes big again, over deep square leg now. Thakur concedes 5 wides next ball. Shashank now gets four with a tickle down fine leg. OUT! He is caught next ball. Sean Abbott is in next. 17 from it.

SRH 117/4 in 14 overs: Nortje. Pooran greets him with a first-ball six. He ends the over with another six. 16 from it.

SRH 101/4 in 13 overs: Khaleel is back into the attack. Pooran hits a four and collects a couple off the next. Pooran has smashed one straight back at Khaleel, who seems to have hurt himself. He was hit flush on the collarbone. Markram is caught next ball!  He falls for 42. Shashank off the mark with a four.

SRH 90/3 in 12 overs: Kuldeep into his third. 2 dots followed by a hasty single from Pooran. A direct hit at the striker’s end but Markram was well in.  Markram hits a straight six off the fifth ball. He finishes the over with another six – 13 off it. 118 needed off 48 balls.

SRH 77/3 in 11 overs: Marsh into his third. Markram continues to impress with the bat as he smacks one over off-side for four. He follows it up with yet another four. He ends the over with another four. 14 off the over.

SRH 63/3 in 10 overs: Kuldeep Yadav after the break. Markram smacks the second ball for six! Pooran adds to the tally with a maximum off the fifth. 15 off the over.


SRH 48/3 in 9 overs: Marsh bowling again. Pooran has been given out lbw! He has reviewed. Good call as the ball is missing leg stump. Pooran survives. Excellent from Marsh – just 4 from it.

SRH 44/3 in 8 overs: Kuldeep Yadav into the attack. Nicholas Pooran comes to the crease. Markram gets a thick edge for four. Follows it up with a single. Pooran picks one off the fourth ball. Markram takes a single. Dot to finish. 7-run over. Sunrisers need 164 runs in 72 balls.

SRH 37/3 in 7 overs:Mitchell Marsh into the attack after the Powerplay. GONE! He gets the big wicket of Tripathi off the last ball. What an over. 2 runs and a wicket.

SRH 35/2 in 6 overs: Thakur to Tripathi, single off the first ball. Dot ball. Markram gets a single off the third before Tripathi hits two successive fours. 1 off the last ball. 11 off it.

SRH 24/2 in 5 overs: Nortje into his second. GONE! Williamson has been caught behind! Nortje puts KW out of his misery. He falls for a 11-ball 5. Aiden Markram comes to the crease. 1 run and a wicket.

SRH 23/1 in 4 overs: Khaleel continues. Tripathi pulls the third ball six. With Williamson struggling to time the ball, Tripathi needs to do the heavy lifting. Still a good over from DC. 7 off it.

SRH 16/1 in 3 overs: Nortje into the attack. Williamson collects four off the third ball. 7 off the over.

SRH 9/1 in 2 overs: Khaleel Ahmed to share the new ball. Abhishek slams the second ball for four. He is caught next ball! Sunrisers need 200 runs in 111 balls. Rahul Tripathi is in next. 5 runs off and a wicket.

SRH 4/0 in 1 over: Williamson and Abhishek begin the chase. Shardul Thakur with the ball. Four runs from it.


Umran Malik bowls fastest ball of IPL 2022, clocks 154.8 kmph vs Delhi Capitals


David Warner breaks Chris Gayle’s record for most T20 fifties


DC 207/3 in 20 overs: FIFTY for Powell as he tonks Umran over long-off for a huge SIX. Umran cranks up the heat on the shorter ball that flies past Powell’s blade to the keeper.  Swatted away and Powell gets another FOUR behind short-third. Width on offer and Powell hammers the ball over extra cover. 157kph!  Well, whom do we applaud here? Another 156-plus delivery and Powell crashes it for FOUR once again through cover.

DC 188/3 in 19 overs: Bhuvneshwar fires one down leg as Warner shuffles across a switch-hit and plays a cut late as a right-hander past the inner-ring for FOUR. Tremendous wristwork from the Aussie as he nears another IPL ton. Length from Bhuvi and Warner swats it down the ground for another FOUR. 100-run partnership as Warner moves into the 90s with another FOUR down the ground.

DC 174/3 in 18 overs: Length ball and Powell shoots a skier over long-on for a massive SIX! Nine runs from the Tyagi over.

DC 165/3 in 17 overs: Abbott begins with a length delivery outside the off-stump and Powell misses while attempting to heave over long-on.  Short and wide and Powell thwacks the ball wel over long-off for SIX – 104 metres! Leg-cutter on length and Powell swats it across for another SIX over the wide long-on fence. Warner thuds the ball back and it gushes through Abbott’s palms for another FOUR down the ground.

Abbott returns


DC 147/3 in 16 overs: Warner gets a single to deep mid-wicket off the lenth. Bhuvneshwar follows up with a delivery right in the blockhole  to Powell who wades it out of harm’s length. Short ball and Powell pulls it to cow corner for two runs. Smoked! Bhuvi drops short once again and Powell shuffles quickly to whack the ball over backward square for SIX!

Bhuvneshwar into the attack

DC 137/3 in 15 overs: Umran to Powell. In the air and Williamson drops a dolly at mid-off!  Powell mistimes the ball to Kane as the ball dips while closing in on him. He bends low but fails to latch onto the ball. Fine over from Umran, just the two runs coming off it.

DC 135/3 in 14 overs: Abbott drops short and rushes Powell to the pull. The ball clips the top-edge and flies just past a diving Tyagi at short fine-leg. Abbott touches full outside off-stump and Warner pummels the ball past extra cover for FOUR.

DC 123/3 in 13 overs: Excellent running between the wickets from Warner. Tyagi attacks the pads and Warner tucks it down to deep fine leg to find two runs. Warner at his very best! Tyagi sends in an in-decker and Warner bends low to flick the ball over long leg for a massive SIX!

Tyagi switches ends

DC 112/3 in 12 overs: Short ball from Umran and Warner slams it through mid-wicket for another FOUR. FIFTY for Warner! Dot ball as Umran sets the speedometer on fire with the fastest delivery of the season so far – 154.8kph! Umran keeps the ball away from Warner’s reach and he moves across the off-stump to hit the ball to sweeper cover and quickly sneak in three runs.

Umran replaces Tyagi

DC 101/3 in 11 overs: Gopal tosses one on the full outside the off-stump and Powell fails to connect with a huge heave across the line. Warner gets a single off a short ball down to mid-wicket. Gopal strays away from Powell’s arc and the mighty West Indian slams the ball over long-off for a massive SIX. 100 up for the Capitals in some style.

DC 91/3 in 10 overs: Tyagi bumps one to the ribs and Warner gracefully pulls the ball off the back-foot for FOUR through mid-wicket. Tyagi cranks up the pace to Rovman Powell and gets him unsettled while jumping off his feet. Six runs come from the over.

Tyagi returns

DC 85/3 in 9 overs: Shreyas wafts one on the full and Pant unleashes a fiery slog sweep for SIX over mid-wicket. In the slot again and Pant charges down to slam Gopal over long-on for another SIX. Three in a row! Gopal attempts to slide the ball across but Pant shuffles to his on-side and carves a splendid SIX over long-off. This is a brutal assault by Pant! Gopal fends a tad short and Pant fires it past point for FOUR. Played on! A low full meant to be hit and Pant gets an inside-edge back to the stumps. Pant is livid as Pooran roars in delight from behind the stumps. Gopal has his man and Delhi falters after a brief little flourish.

Rishabh Pant b Gopal 26 (16b 1×4 3×6)

DC 62/2 in 8 overs: The batters continue to negotiate in singles as four singles come off the first four balls. Markram tosses one up and Warner takes the aerial route over long-on for SIX.

Warner becomes the third Australian after Aaron Finch and Shane Watson to hit 400 T20 sixes.


Markram replaces Tyagi

DC 51/2 in 7 overs: Shreyas tucks one into Warner and he nudges it fine for a single. Gopal cramps Pant for room as he attempts to unleash a cut through point. Another dot as Pant fails to put the short ball behind cover off the back-foot. A dot to finish as Shreyas hurries Pant with the slider onto the pads.

Shreyas Gopal into the attack

DC 50/2 in 6 overs: A cracking delivery to begin his season. Tyagi hits the length and gets the ball to straighten back a wee bit to breeze past Pant’s inside-edge. Straight to the 150ks! Tyagi fires one across the off-stump as Pant is beaten convincingly while attempting a drive through cover. Tyagi oversteps and Warner has a free hit on offer. Low full toss outside the off-stump and Warner chisels it between point and cover FOUR. Tyagi touches a tad too full and Warner crunches the ball down the ground for another FOUR.

Tyagi replaces Umran

DC 39/2 in 5 overs: Abbott to Marsh. Chipped straight back to the bowler. Excellent deception from Abbott after conceding a boundary through extra cover. He rolls his fingers over and sends in a slower ball that puts Marsh off-guard.  Abbott completes a brilliant return catch and Marsh is on his way. Pant in at 4. Streaky! Pant pushes the first ball to Williamson at short cover and sets off on a quick single as Warner responds for the same. Williamson puts in a desperate dive but fails to get to the ball and hands Warner a big reprieve at the non-striker’s.

Mitchell Marsh c & b Abbott 10 (7b 2×4)

DC 33/1 in 4 overs: Malik comes around the wicket to Warner and fires one down leg for FOUR wides. A single to follow. Umran sends in a bumper outside the off-stump and Marsh’s pull is beaten by the sheer pace to mid-off. Single. Umran hits the deck and Warner pulls off the back-foot to find FOUR runs through mid-wicket. Full outside the off-stump and Warner gives a gentle push past cover for another FOUR. Fine comeback from Malik as he straightens his length to meet a steely Warner in front of the middle-stump. Warner unleashed! Another short delivery from Umran and Warner pulls it behind short-fine leg for SIX!

Umran Malik replaces Abbott

DC 12/1 in 3 overs: Bhuvneshwar is finding the right angles against the batters at the moment. Warner is squared up with a sharp length that delivery that moves across the pitch to whiff past the outside-edge. Kumar follows up with an in-swinger to the pads and Warner fails to work it away. Bhuvneshwar drops one on the full and Warner pushes the ball mid-on.

DC 11/1 in 2 overs: In the air and Warner gets off the blocks with a streaky drive past the cover fielder for FOUR. Warner gets off strike with a single to mid-off. Short from Abbott and Marsh quickly swivels to pull the ball through square-leg for FOUR.

Sean Abbott from the opposite end

DC 0/1 in 1 over: Bhuvneshwar begins with a gentle out-swinger against Mandeep well outside the off-stump. Ripper from Bhuvi. He tails in one quickly to hit  the pads, but the ball is a touch too high. Another in-swinger and Mandeep is having some early concerns against Bhuvneshwar’s swing. Edged and taken. A gentle out-swinger outside the off-stump and Mandeep has a half-hearted poke at it. The ball flies comfortably to Pooran and Sunrisers have struck early.  Mitch Marsh in at 3. Wicket-maiden for Bhuvneshwar!

Mandeep Singh c †Pooran b Kumar 0 (5b)

Bhuvneshwar Kumar up with the new ball.

David Warner and Mandeep Singh walk out to the centre for Delhi. Kane Williamson’s men take their positions on the field.

Game on.

Sunrisers Hyderabad Playing XI: Abhishek Sharma, Kane Williamson (c), Rahul Tripathi, Aiden Markram, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Shashank Singh, Shreyas Gopal, Kartik Tyagi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umran Malik, Sean Abbott

Delhi Capitals Playing XI: Mandeep Singh, David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Rishabh Pant (c, wk), Lalit Yadav, Rovman Powell, Ripal Patel, Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Anrich Nortje, Khaleel Ahmed

All in a day’s work.

Wickets, bails, cap and team charts on the fourth Umpires table near the dugout.   –  SPORTZPICS


TOSS: SRH wins toss, opts to bowl

Kane Williamson: Our losses have been different, we want to take positives and put a good performance. Marco Jansen misses out along with Washington Sundar and Natarajan. The new players are excited. We have a lot to play for, we need to keep moving forward and execute our plans.

Rishabh Pant: We feel on these tracks, batting or bowling first does not make too big a difference. Prithvi, Axar, Sakariya, and Mustafizur are out. Mandeep, Khaleel, Ripal, and Nortje are in.. Axar was injured, we thought an extra batting all-rounder would add value. We are not going to be hard on ourselves after losses, even with LSG, it could have been different with a boundary here or there.

UPDATE: Prithvi Shaw unavailable
for Delhi Capitals.

UPDATE: Sean Abbott, Kartik Tyagi and Shreyas Gopal to debut for Sunrisers Hyderabad.

PITCH REPORT from Kevin Pietersen: This is such a beautiful stadium, it’s pretty and it has got history. The outfield resembles a carpet, the batters will love playing here, Kuldeep has some success over here because he has slowed down the pace. Chances of dew means the captain winning the toss will opt to field first.

Pravin Amre, DC assistant coach
: This is an important game. We want one of our top-six to go big. The CCI has been a good ground for us, and we hope to win here. We are taking it match-by-match as it is a corollary to the points table standings. Winning our game today will take us to 10 points, it will boast us and will put pressure on the other teams. We have been hot and cold but we have defeated strong teams and hope to do so today.

Nicholas Pooran, SRH keeper: (On West Indies limited-overs captaincy) It’s still sinking in, I’ve been getting a lot of messages. I’ve never thought it’d come true, I just wanted to play for West Indies. I’m thrilled to have gotten it. Staying in the present is my focus here. I hope to lead by example and not repeat mistakes to help the youngsters in the team. Our loss at Wankhede was a last-over loss, in Pune losing Washi and Nattu were issues. Both Washi and Nattu are fine and might feature at some point in the tournament.

6:30PM IST: Can David Warner fire up the DC engine tonight?

David Warner.   –  SPORTZPICS


5:30PM IST: Form Guide (recent games first) – DC – LWLWL; SRH – LLWWW

5:25PM IST: A crucial match day for the Capitals. Can they keep themselves in the playoffs race with a win tonight?


5:05PM IST: Key Numbers

  • David Warner needs one fifty to surpass Chris Gayle’s record for most T20 half-centuries. They are tied with 88 fifties.
  • David Warner needs two sixes to complete 400 T20 sixes. He will become the third Australian after Aaron Finch and Shane Watson to reach the feat.
  • Axar Patel needs one wicket to complete the 1000-run, 100-wicket double in IPL.
  • Rishabh Pant needs 56 runs to complete 4000 T20 runs.

4:45PM IST: DC vs SRH head-to-head stats:

Matches played: 20

Delhi Capitals won: 9

Sunrisers Hyderabad won: 11

DC vs SRH previous match

In the last match between these two sides, Delhi Capitals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 8 wickets at the Dubai International Stadium, Dubai, UAE.


When we think of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s campaign at the last IPL, two images could come to the mind. One warmed the heart; the other tugged it a bit. 

The sight of an unknown Umran Malik racing up to the wicket and releasing those thunderbolts excited not just the SRH fan, but everyone except those who would have to face him with a bat.

The other image was an SRH team without David Warner inside the stadium. The Aussie opener, who had been at Hyderabad since 2014 and led the franchise to its only title in 2016, was forced to watch his team’s matches in the latter part of the tournament from his hotel room.

Warner has since joined Delhi Capitals. On Thursday night at the Brabourne Stadium here, he will face some familiar faces as Sunrisers takes on Capitals, with both sides looking to bounce back after losing their last matches (to Chennai Super Kings and Lucknow Super Giants respectively). With the battles for the playoff spots hotting up, SRH is on 10 points and DC eight.

READ: Parents proud as CSK’s Mukesh Choudhary scythes through SRH

Capitals will want Warner to continue his good run, his opening partner Prithvi Shaw to return to form and skipper Rishabh Pant to explode. It will look to Kuldeep Yadav, who has taken 17 wickets, to spearhead the attack once again.

For SRH, pace has been its ace this season, with Umran and T. Natarajan taking 32 wickets between them. The in-form duo of Abhishek Sharma and Aiden Markram may not mind support from other batters.

– P.K. Ajith Kumar

Delhi Capitals: Prithvi Shaw, David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Rishabh Pant(w/c), Lalit Yadav, Rovman Powell, Axar Patel, Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Mustafizur Rahman, Chetan Sakariya, Mandeep Singh, Srikar Bharat, Sarfaraz Khan, Tim Seifert, Lungi Ngidi, Ashwin Hebbar, Praveen Dubey, Khaleel Ahmed, Anrich Nortje, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Ripal Patel, Yash Dhull, Vicky Ostwal

Sunrisers Hyderabad: Abhishek Sharma, Kane Williamson(c), Rahul Tripathi, Aiden Markram, Nicholas Pooran(w), Shashank Singh, Washington Sundar, Marco Jansen, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umran Malik, T Natarajan, Sean Abbott, Ravikumar Samarth, Shreyas Gopal, Jagadeesha Suchith, Glenn Phillips, Vishnu Vinod, Priyam Garg, Kartik Tyagi, Romario Shepherd, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Abdul Samad, Saurabh Dubey

DC vs SRH Dream 11 Squad

Wicketkeeper: Nicholas Pooran (c), Rishabh Pant (vc)

Batters: Mitchell Marsh, Kane Williamson, Rovman Powell, Abhishek Sharma

All-rounders: Axar Patel, Aiden Markram

Bowlers: Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Shardul Thakur, T. Natarajan



The IPL 2022 match between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad begins at 7:30 PM IST.


IPL 2022 will be aired live on Star Sports channels – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 3 and Star Sports 3 HD. It will also be streamed live on Disney+Hotstar. You can also follow the live commentary and latest updates from IPL 2021 on Sportstar.

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