Sunrisers fit the bill for end of the season games after waste of time against Titans

Sunrisers Hyderabad sealed a place in the playoffs of IPL 2024, with one point from their washed-out game against Gujarat Titans ensuring they will finish the league stage in the top four. They now have 15 points with one game remaining, against Punjab Kings on May 19. It was their most memorable season finisher capability since IPL 2020, in the wake of completing rearward in the association in 2021 and 2023, and in eighth spot in 2022. SRH's expectations of a main two completion, in any case, endured a shot. They can in any case accomplish it - they need to beat PBKS and trust that Rajasthan Royals, who presently have 16 focuses, lose their last association game against table-clinchers Kolkata Knight Riders - yet it is at this point not completely inside their hands. GT's mission reached a bleak conclusion, with their last two matches - against KKR at home on May 13 and this one in Hyderabad - cleaned out without a ball bowled. They completed the season with 12 places, which as of now puts them third from base, however they could descend one spot on the off chance that PBKS beat SRH. The Rajiv Gandhi Global Arena was under covers for the greater part of Thursday night. A concise drought prompted the declaration of a 8pm throw and a 8.15pm beginning, yet downpour returned very quickly, and let up in no significant way from there on. The match was canceled at 10.10pm, two hours and 40 minutes after its booked beginning.