Hyderabad has fallen short of expectations in the current IPL 2023 despite having one of the greatest teams on paper. Only three of the nine games played by the Aiden Markram-led team ended in victories, and as a result, they are currently at the bottom of the IPL points standings.
They will need to win all of their remaining games in addition to praying that other teams lose points in order to turn things around.
Aakash Chopra, a former cricketer, claims that Hyderabad’s prospects of making the IPL playoffs are essentially nonexistent. The 45-year-old further noted that the team is currently experiencing several issues because none of its players have performed well this season.
Harry Brook, an England international who has only managed to score 163 runs in 10 games so far in the tournament, may be dropped from the team, according to Chopra.
If Hyderabad loses (against the Rajasthan Royals), they will be eliminated. Their odds of being accepted seem to be zero given the circumstances. There are several issues in Hyderabad. Issues range from No. 1 to No. 11. In a video posted to his YouTube account, Chopra said, “They might have to drop Harry puttar (Harry Brook).
Glenn Phillips is available, so play him here. Abhishek Sharma ought to be Mayank Agarwal’s first speaker. The previous time the two sides faced off, they were dealt a severe defeat. Jos Buttler, Sanju Samson, and Yashasvi Jaiswal, Rajasthan’s top three scorers, all scored fifty runs,” he continued.
Rajasthan’s losses are due to its batters’ inability to score runs. Chopra, Aakash
The Sanju Samson-led Rajasthan Royals have lost four of their previous five games and are currently ranked fourth in the IPL standings. Speaking of that, Chopra said that Rajasthan’s batting is currently the biggest area of concern because several of their batsmen are out of form.
“Rajasthan needs to win this game badly. Four of Rajasthan’s first five games ended in victories, but only one of their subsequent five. Their losses are due to their batters’ inability to score runs, Chopra said.