Sunrisers up against in-form Chennai on slow Delhi wicket

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Dubai: A Super Over heartbreak in their last match against Delhi Capitals may have relegated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) back to the bottom of the rung, but David Warner & Co knows they could take plenty of positives from the match.

The pieces seemed to have finally fit in the jigsaw for Sunrisers, who with a dash of luck would have backed up their fine nine-wicket triumph over Punjab Kings with another victory.

Having said that, Warner’s men face the real test of whether they have turned the corner and are deserving of a spot in the knockouts when they face the mighty table-topping Chennai Super Kings at the Arun Jaitley Stadium.

Both have flown in to New Delhi for the match after SRH were denied on the spinning MA Chidambaram track in Chennai and CSK thumped Royal Challengers Bangalore by 69 runs on the pacier Wankhede wicket.