Sunrisers Hyderabad have named Umran Malik as the swap for their left-arm pacer T Natarajan who tried positive for COVID-19 several days prior. The left-arm pacer gotten the infection in front of SRH’s down against Delhi Capitals in the subsequent leg. Alongside him, Vijay Shankar and five other care staff individuals were considered as close contacts and segregated.
Concerning Umran Malik, he is the momentary substitution of Natarajan and will be with the group just until the pacer recuperates from the infection and enters the air pocket once more. The player testing positive for COVID-19 should test negative twice on ninth and tenth day to return the bio-bubble again as per the conventions.
Umran Malik was at that point with the SRH group in the UAE as the net bowler and was promptly accessible to join the side. He plays homegrown cricket for Jammu and Kashmir and has highlighted in a single List An and T20 game each up until now. In the main T20 game he played against Bengal recently, Umran got back with the figures of 3/24 in his four overs. He is likewise an assigned all-rounder and it stays not yet clear if SRH allows him an opportunity in the playing XI.
SRH in a tough situation in IPL 2021
The principal leg of the IPL was not really important for SRH. They had lost six out of seven matches and expected to hit the lashes soon. However, the group drove by Kane Williamson couldn’t get moving at all against the table-clinchers Delhi Capitals. In the wake of picking to bat first, their batsmen could generally not hold the innings and ultimately wound up at 134/9 in their 20 overs.
The score was insufficient for the bowlers to guard despite the fact that they made an honest effort to limit the elegant DC line-up. This was the seventh misfortune for SRH this season and are currently left with winning all their leftover six matches. Indeed, even that will not get the job done if more groups arrive at 16 focuses as far as capability.
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