Captain Ken Williamson is returning to New Zealand

IPL 2022: Why Williamson IPL 2022 – SRH suffered a huge blow as their amulet captain Ken Williamson flew home with his partner to welcome his second child. SRH posted an official update on their Twitter page and wished their captain good health and happiness. Follow IPL 2022 live updates on InsideSport.IN.

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IPL 2022: Big shock for SRH as captain Ken Williamson returns to New Zealand to welcome his second child

IPL 2022: Williamson to be father for second time – SRH captain is going to be a father for the second time. Earlier, he and his wife Sara Rahim became the proud parents of a beautiful daughter in 2020 Now, this loving couple will be blessed with one more joy

IPL 2022: Why Williamson is struggling to find form for SRH

  • Meanwhile, on the field, the SRH captain has failed to fire for SRH in IPL 2022. He has scored just 216 runs in 13 matches
  • He made these runs at a terrific strike rate of just 93.51. This is the lowest for batsmen in the current IPL season and the lowest in IPL history.
  • Williamson’s struggle was such that he lowered himself in SRH’s must-win game against MI.
  • With Williamson absent from SRH’s last league match against PBKS, SRH is likely to give the reins to Nicholas Puran or Abhishek Sharma.
  • SRH currently has 12 points and will need to win the last game against PBKS to have low hopes of qualifying for the playoffs.

IPL 2022: Big shock for SRH as captain Ken Williamson returns to New Zealand to welcome his second child

IPL 2022: SRH Qualification Scene

Sunrisers Hyderabad is still mathematically alive after winning by 3 runs. With 12 points from 13 matches, SRH is in 8th place. However, despite winning the last match against PBKS and scoring 14 points, their place in the playoffs will not be guaranteed.

  • They have to win their last match against SRH’s PBKS.
  • SRH should also expect RCB to lose the last match to GT and DC MI.
  • This combination of results will put RCB, DC and SRH at 14 points.
  • However, SRH has to win by a big margin to increase their net run rate.
  • To qualify for SRH, DC would have to lose by 9 wickets with 10 overs to spare or 100 runs.
  • Similarly, SRH has to win by 100 runs to correct the negative NRR.
  • Remaining matches of SRH: PBKS

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