KL Rahul and Deepak Hooda struck fifties, but Lucknow Super Giants’ innings on either side of their matured partnership wasn’t up to the mark, and the new franchise eventually ended up with a below-par total of 169. Washington Sundar bagged a couple of wickets upfront, while Romario Shepherd and T Natarajan also picked up a brace. It’s advantage SRH at the halfway mark as dew could make chasing a breeze. Can they capitalise on it and register their maiden victory?
87-run partnership between @klrahul11 & @HoodaOnFire propel #LSG to a total of 169/7 on the board.
Scorecard – https://t.co/omw6zCMpMR #SRHvLSG #TATAIPL pic.twitter.com/JHj7Viw2Z6
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 4, 2022