Stadium history and statistics


The Rajasthan Royals (RR) will play their seventh match IPL 2021 Against Sunrisers Hyderabad at Arun Jaitley Stadium on Sunday.

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) turned heads by announcing that Ken Williamson is their new leader. The Kiwi will drive SRH for the first time in IPL 2021 against RR at Arun Jaitley Stadium, and it will be interesting to see how SRH is lining up as the Orange Army stated that they can change their players outside.

Both teams are in the lower half of the standings and desperate to win in IPL 2021. Fans should expect a high-scoring match in Delhi. In the previous game played on this land, Mumbai Indians chased a 219-point goal against the Chennai Super Kings.

With RR and SRH ready for battle at Arun Jaitley Stadium, here are some vital stats you need to know from previous IPL matches played here.

T20 matches played: 76

The matches won by the hitting teams first: 34

Matches won by second-hit teams: 42

Highest score for the first half: 231/4 – Delhi Capitals v. Kings of Punjab, 2011

Lowest first half score: 95- Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 2015

Highest Successful Run Hunt: 219/6 – Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings, 2021

Average first half score: 167

Which RR and SRH players performed well at Arun Jaitley Stadium?

Chris Morris snapped two opponents against the Mumbai Indians (Image Courtesy:
Chris Morris snapped two opponents against the Mumbai Indians (Image Courtesy:

Manish Pandey played a superb 61-pass against the Chennai Super Kings at Aaron Jaitley Stadium in Match 23 of IPL 2021, while Rashid Khan Pick up three wickets in that match.

Sanju Samson He was the RR’s top scorer in their match against the Mumbai Indians at this place. Samson scored 42 points from 27 deliveries, and Chris Morris was the most successful RR player in that game, with numbers 2/33.

Posted on May 2, 2021, 12:38 PM Indochina Time



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