MI vs SRH head to head IPL record: Stats, total matches and history


Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) has been one of the most consistent teams in the IPL in recent years, with the exception of the 2021 and 2022 seasons. From 2016 through 2020, they were the only team to make the playoffs. They won their first championship in 2016, defeating RCB in the final. Later, in the 2018 season, they reached the finals but were beaten by CSK to lose out on another championship.

Mumbai Indians (MI), on the other hand, are the IPL's most dangerous team. They have won the championship in two of the previous four years, thanks to outstanding efforts from several players. MI host the Orange Army in the rematch after defeating SRH at home in Match No. 25. at the Wankhede stadium.

Mumbai Indians have to win this match by a good margin to boost their chances to reach the IPL playoffs. A loss in this match will make sure that their journey is more than done this year. As of now, MI are sixth in the IPL 2023 points table and will make one final push for a top four slot, while SRH are last and will try to spoil their opponent's party.

MI vs SRH head to head

In terms of IPL matches played thus far, the Mumbai Indians have a tiny advantage. Mumbai has won 11 games in 20 matches, including a super over triumph in 2019, while Hyderabad has won 9 times. Mumbai will look to increase this lead but with a bigger goal in mind with the playoffs in sight.

Matches played 20
MI won 11
SRH won 9
Tie 0

MI vs SRH match results

MI defeated the Orange Army by 14 runs in Match No. 25 of the IPL 2023 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. Cameron Green hit an unbeaten 64 off 40 balls as the visitors set a massive total of 192/5 in their allocated 20 overs. In response, Mayank Agarwal hit 48 and Heinrich Klaasen 36, but it wasn't enough as MI held the hosts to 178. Green bowled a solitary spell of 1/29 (4) and was named Player of the Match for his all-round performance.

Date Winner Margin Venue
18-Apr-2023 MI 14 runs Hyderabad
17-May-2022 SRH 3 runs Mumbai
08-Oct-2021 MI 42 runs Abu Dhabi
17-Apr-2021 MI 13 runs Chennai
03-Nov-2020 MI 34 Runs Sharjah
04-Oct-2020 SRH 10 wickets Sharjah
02-May-2019 MI 40 runs Hyderabad
06-Apr-2019 MI Super over Mumbai
24-Apr-2018 SRH 1 wicket Hyderabad
12-Apr-2018 SRH 31 runs Mumbai
08-May-2017 MI 4 wickets Mumbai
12-Apr-2017 SRH 7 wickets Hyderabad
07-May-2016 SRH 7 wickets Hyderabad
17-Apr-2016 SRH 85 runs Visakhapatnam
16-May-2015 MI 20 runs Mumbai
24-Apr-2015 MI 9 wickets Hyderabad
11-May-2014 SRH 15 runs Dubai
29-Apr-2014 MI 7 wickets Hyderabad
12-May-2013 SRH 7 wickets Hyderabad
30-Apr-2013 MI last 7 wickets Mumbai

MI vs SRH IPL stats

Most runs

David Warner leads the batting rankings in the IPL games against MI and SRH, with 524 runs. Shikhar Dhawan (436) and Kieron Pollard (431) come after him. David Warner currently captain the DC team while Shikhar Dhawan captains the PBKS side.

Player name Runs
David Warner 524
Shikhar Dhawan 436
Kieron Pollard 431
Rohit Sharma 353
Suryakumar Yadav 254

Most wickets

Bhuvneshwar Kumar leads the bowling attack with 18 wickets, followed by Jasprit Bumrah (16) and Lasith Malinga (13).  Except for these two players all the other players have either retired or play for different teams.

Player name Wickets
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 18
Jasprit Bumrah 16
Lasith Malinga 13
Siddharth Kaul 12
Mitchell McClenaghan 11

Best match in the Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad head to head

The match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the IPL was a thrilling encounter that kept fans on the edge of their seats until the very end. Here is a summary of the best moments from the match:

Toss: Mumbai Indians won the toss and elected to bat first.

Mumbai Indians got off to a solid start, with their openers scoring runs at a good pace. Quinton de Kock played a brilliant knock, scoring a quickfire half-century, while Rohit Sharma provided valuable support. Despite losing a few wickets in the middle overs, MI managed to maintain a decent run rate.

Hardik Pandya's explosive cameo towards the end powered Mumbai Indians to a challenging total of 162 runs.

Sunrisers Hyderabad started their chase confidently, with Wriddhiman Saha and Martin Guptill launching a counter-attack against the MI bowlers. Manish Pandey was the star batsmen for the SRH team as he scored a brilliant 71 runs not out.

However, MI fought back with some crucial breakthroughs, dismissing both the openers in quick succession. Manish Pandey was still at the crease and continued playing a brilliant innings, anchoring the innings and keeping SRH's hopes alive. The match went down to the wire, with SRH needing a few runs off the final over to win.

Jasprit Bumrah bowled a sensational Super Over, restricting SRH to just 7 runs.

In the chase, MI's openers, Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock, calmly guided their team to victory with two balls to spare.

Mumbai Indians emerged victorious in this thrilling encounter, winning both the match and the Super Over. It was a nail-biting contest that showcased the competitiveness and skill of both teams.

Mumbai Indians will have to win this encounter while Sunrisers Hyderabad will look to spoil the party.