Pune Warriors India could have been the most unlucky team this IPL 6 yet. Managing to restrict Sunrisers Hyderabad to a below par total of 119 in 20 overs, the whole team was dismissed for 108 with one over left. It was a severe blow in an extreme turn of events in the game when a definite victory turned into an impossible one as Amit Mishra struck with a Hat-Trick, making it his third in IPL. He is the only player to have three hatricks to his name in the tournament. The hatrick came at a much needed time retaining SRH in the upper half of the list. A well deserved Man of the Match for Amit Mishra.
Pune Warriors India vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 22nd Match, Pune
PWI: 108-all out (19.0 Ovs)
SRH: 119/8 (20.0 Ovs)
SRH won by 11 runs
Rajasthan had piled up a monumental inning with their score of 179 after Ajinkya Rahane, Shane Watson and Yagnik steadily adding to the score. However, the same cannot be said about Mumbai Indians. They failed player after player after player. Dinesh Karthik's efforts were overshadowed by the poor performances. They lost out to Rajasthan Royals with a shameful 87-run gap. Rahane with 68 runs was the Man of the Match.
Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians, 23rd Match, Jaipur
MI: 92-all out (18.2 Ovs)
RR: 179/3 (20.0 Ovs)
RR won by 87 runs
Going head to head today on the greens would be the underdogs this tournament, Chennai Superkings and Delhi Daredevils at Feroze Shah Kotla. Delhi which is yet to make its mark on the league table will be hoping for a win now at their homeground.