IPL 2024: Final Match, KKR vs SRH Match Prediction

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2024-05-26 19:30
Indian Premier League 2024
2024-05-26 19:30:00
Indian Premier League 2024
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The statistics are heavily skewed in favor of KKR. Out of the 26 matches played between the two teams, KKR has won 17, while SRH has managed to win only 9.

Kolkata Knight Riders

KKR has found success this season. Finishing first in the points table, the team secured an easy path to the final. They have had ample rest over the past week and are eagerly anticipating their third IPL title.

Much of KKR’s success can be attributed to the outstanding all-round performances of Sunil Narine and Andre Russell. Narine has been particularly impressive at the top of the order and is the team’s leading scorer this season.

His opening partnership with Rahmanullah Gurbaz will play a crucial role if the team aims to achieve a significant score. Shreyas Iyer and Venkatesh Iyer have been somewhat inconsistent during the group stages, but their individual half-centuries in Qualifier 1 would have boosted their confidence.

KKR also boasts a solid bowling attack. Varun Chakravarthy has delivered impressive performances, taking 20 wickets. Harshit Rana has been brilliant and will join Mitchell Starc and Vaibhav Arora in the pace department.

At the moment, there are no real weaknesses in the KKR lineup. The only thing they would want to avoid is complacency. We expect KKR to continue their aggressive approach against SRH in this match and try to stifle their high-flying batsmen.

Sunrisers Hyderabad

Under the adept leadership of Pat Cummins, the SRH team has achieved remarkable success compared to previous seasons, reaching the final for the third time. While much of the team’s success during the group stage was secured by the opening pair of Travis Head and the incredible batting of Abhishek Sharma, the team will be thrilled with how Rahul Tripathi and Heinrich Klaasen performed in the last match.

However, the form of players like Aiden Markram and Abdul Samad remains a concern.

Part-time spinners Abhishek Sharma and Shahbaz Ahmed were the unexpected heroes of the second qualifier, weaving a web around the RR batsmen. With a new flat and dry pitch expected, their performances will be eagerly anticipated once again.

In terms of pace, T. Natarajan has been consistent throughout the season, taking 19 wickets. He will be joined by Pat Cummins, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Jaydev Unadkat. SRH played a match in Chennai and will be better prepared for the conditions.

These conditions may not suit their style of play, but if there is a captain who can adapt to the demands of the situation, it is Pat Cummins. Expect him to use plenty of slower deliveries and spinners at all stages and to come at KKR with everything he has.


While the previous encounter between these two teams was quite one-sided in favor of KKR, this time we expect a much closer contest. Nevertheless, we believe KKR has a good chance to replicate the result due to their team performing well on all fronts.

Bet: Kolkata Knight Riders to win the match, 1.85

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