Warner falls to Archer in the IPL battle against Smith’s Royals

Archer back on top in the last duel with Warner
David Warner’s problems with Jofra Archer continued when he was sacked by England for the fifth time this year when his side from Sunrisers Hyderabad fell to Steve Smith’s Rajasthan Royals overnight in the Indian Premier League.

Warner’s 48 was the best of Australia’s overnight performances on an unusually quiet night for the Australians at the IPL, while Alex Carey made his IPL debut for Delhi Capitals when he lost to the Mumbai Indians in the late game.

Archer had started the early game at the Stadium in sensational form and exceeded 145 km / h in his first duel against Warner and Jonny Bairstow. In his duel he had only conceded three runs – one of them from a missing field.

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Perhaps the tournament’s most dangerous pair, the Sunrisers openers survived and Warner built his way from 38 balls to 48, hitting two sixs and three fours before being tossed by a 146 mph missile from the returning archer, the one with numbers ended by 1. 25th

It was a déjà vu case for Warner; Archer fired him four times in Australia during the White Ball tour of England in September.

In all cricket formats in 2020, Warner has scored 28 runs out of the 41 balls confronted by Archer and lost his wicket five times. Rajasthan and Hyderabad will meet again on October 22nd.

Smith followed Sunrisers’ 4-158 and was beaten in third place five times after Ben Stokes, who played his first match since August, was promoted to opener alongside Jos Buttler.

Steve Smith and David Warner tossing a coin // BCCI / IPL

Stokes had little impact on the game as he wasn’t released from hotel quarantine until the night before the game. The all-rounder, who broke off his international season after the first Test against Pakistan, ended on August 8 to travel to New Zealand, the country of his birth, to be with his father Ged, who has a brain tumor, and was running Bowled for five after six balls.

It was his first T20 game in 238 days and, remarkably, only the 29-year-old’s fourth white ball game since winning the World Cup final last year.

A brilliant partnership between Rahul Tewatia and Riyan Parag led the Royals 5-78 to a win with five wickets and one ball left.

Alex Carey hit // BCCI / IPL 14 out of 9 on his IPL debut

Delhi made an IPL debut for Australian wicketkeeper Carey after Rishabh Pant was injured and knocked 14 of 9 balls unbeaten in 6th place after Marcus Stoinis ran out of eight for 13.

Carey and Stoinis later teamed up to capture the wicket of Hardik Pandya, who was lagging due to a duck, but Stoinis, who overran the game’s final, saw Krunal Pandya cross two boundaries when she made the seven required runs in picked up four balls.

Marcus Stoinis and Alex Carey combined for a wicket // BCCI / IPL
Marcus Stoinis and Alex Carey combined for a wicket // BCCI / IPL

James Pattinson had a rough night with the ball, making 37 runs of his three overs that opened bowling for Mumbai alongside New Zealander Trent Boult.

Mumbai and Delhi still occupy the two best places at half-time in the league, each with 10 points from seven games.

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