Lowest Scores by SRH: Top 5 Lowest Team Totals by SRH in IPL

Lowest Scores by SRH in IPL

Lowest Scores by SRH

Despite having a formidable batting lineup ever since the franchise came into existence, SRH has been susceptible to the occasional wobble that has seen them put on some tiny totals over the years.

Luckily for them, they have been blessed with a great bowling unit as well, which is why they manage to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat occasionally – just as they have demonstrated by winning one of the matches featuring Lowest Team Totals by SRH in IPL history as listed below:

Top 5 Lowest Scores by SRH in IPL


#5. 118 vs Mumbai Indians (2018)

Lowest Team Totals in SRH

At number five on this list of lowest scores by SRH in IPL matches is the 118 they scored just a couple of seasons ago against Mumbai Indians in Mumbai. Batting first, SRH came up against an incredibly disciplined Mumbai bowling attack that did not allow them to break the shackles at all. In fact, out of six bowlers used, the highest economy rate conceded was 7.33 by Mitchell McClenaghan, which is still quite a respectable figure.

Yusuf Pathan and Kane Williamson top-scored for SRH with 29 each, which shows how much the team struggled with the bat. Chasing just 119 to win, Mumbai would have thought that they would win at a canter, but the SRH bowling attack had other ideas. Led by the wily Rashid Khan, SRH bamboozled the Mumbai Indians batting lineup and skittled them out for just 87, securing a 31-run win for the team from the south!

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#4. 118/8 vs Rising Pune Supergiants (2016)

Lowest Team Totals in SRH

Next on this list of Lowest Team Totals in SRH in IPL matches is another 118, this time for the loss of eight wickets against Rising Pune Supergiants in 2016. Unlike the last one, this would not prove to be a winning total for SRH, who went down in a rain-curtailed affair. Shikhar Dhawan’s half-century was the only bright spark in the SRH innings, as Ashok Dinda bagged 3/23 in his 4 overs. The rain came down 11 overs into the Supergiants’ innings at a stage when they were comfortably ahead of the DLS target, which took them to an easy victory.

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#3. 116 vs Delhi Capitals (2019)

Lowest Team Totals in SRH

2019 was a great year for the SRH batsmen, but they did have their odd off days, one of which has ended up here on this list of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s 5 lowest scores in IPL matches. The Delhi Capitals were in town on this occasion and posted a competitive 155/7 in the first innings thanks to 40s from Colin Munro and captain Shreyas Iyer. Despite an opening stand of 72 between Bairstow and Warner in reply, the Sunrisers’ middle-order completely crumbled as they ended up losing 7 wickets for 15 runs, as well as the match by 39 runs.

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#2. 113 vs Mumbai Indians (2015)

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Mumbai Indians takes the next two slots on this list of Lowest Team Totals in SRH in IPL matches, and second on the list is the 113 they managed on their home ground back in 2015. Mumbai’s opening bowlers, Malinga and McClenaghan, ran riot from the start, taking five wickets between them as SRH had lost half their side for just 51 runs inside 10 overs. They crawled to 113 eventually, losing their last wicket off the last ball, and then were completely blown away by the Mumbai openers in the second innings, comprehensively losing by 9 wickets.

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#1. 96 vs Mumbai Indians (2019)

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Top spot on this list of lowest scores by SRH in IPL history goes to their one and only two-digit total, which came in the 2019 season against Mumbai Indians. This wasn’t a very high-scoring affair but turned out to be a record-breaking one – batting first, Mumbai could only manage 136/7 in their 20 overs thanks mainly to a late onslaught by Kieron Pollard. Confident going into bat, SRH were rocked by Alzarri Joseph, with the young West Indian pacer running through their batting lineup like a knife through butter. SRH were bowled out for 96 in just 17.4 overs with Joseph grabbing 6/12 in 3.4 overs, which remains the best bowling performance in IPL history.

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