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Mumbai Indians 149/8 (20 ov)
Sunrisers Hyderabad 151/0 (17.1 ov)
Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 10 wickets
Player of the match: Shahbaz Nadeem
So, that is it from me, Karthik Raj and my co-commentator, Shashwat Kumar. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda's coverage of the IPL play-offs
Shahbaz Nadeem has been named as the 'Man of the Match' for his superb bowling spell.
David Warner : It feels good now after that dreadful loss against KXIP. They rested a few players but it hold them to 150 on this ground was great. A lot of credit goes to the bowlers, Nadeem was superb. We were trying to be as clinical with the bat then, and it feels good. We try and put our best foot forward, and that stems from the franchise owners. They are great people and it is like a family. We have a never say die attitude and that is how we approach each game. We had a couple of injuries but they are here in spirit and we are doing it for them. Kane missed out due to injury last year and Jonny took his place, and was absolutely fantastic. But that happens in franchise cricket, we can play only four overseas players.
Comments from the players

Rohit Sharma: Not the day we want to remember, probably our worst performance of the season. We wanted to try a few things, it didn't go our way. We knew dew was going to play a factor and we wanted to take the toss out of consideration, but we didn't play good cricket today. I was happy to be back, it's been a while. I'm looking forward to play few more games here, let's see what happens. It (hamstring) is fine, absolutely. We play at Wankhede where there's dew in the second innings. You have to back your skills, and believe that you can get people out. They played good shots in the powerplay, and that helped them. If you take wickets in the Powerplay, even if there is dew, it can put pressure on the opposition. It's a very funny format. It's always nice to forget was has happened, and focus on the present. They (Delhi) are a good side, so it will be a good challenge to face them. You want to leave this performance behind as quickly as possible. We'll get back to the drawing board and figure things out.
What a professional run-chase from SRH!! They wrap up a dominating 10-wicket victory with 17 balls to spare. The duo of David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha were positive right from the beginning. Saha, in particular, took the initiative to attack the pacers as SRH managed to make 56 runs off the Powerplay. Even after the first six overs, Saha and Warner continued to attack the spinners with a variety of shots including scoops and paddles. 

After reaching his half-century, David Warner took the role of an aggressor while Saha opted to play second fiddle. The Mumbai Indians bowling attack didn't look threatening in the absence of Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah. Even in their presence, MI might have struggled to defend target as low as 150 despite the slow nature of the attack. With this victory, SRH qualify for the play-offs as the fourth-placed team. They will face Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Eliminator while Mumbai Indians were already confirmed to play Delhi Capitals in the first Qualifier on Friday.
17.1 Krunal Pandya to David Warner, FOUR! SRH INTO THE PLAYOFFS! HEARTBREAK FOR KKR! Length delivery outside off stump and Warner works out the change in pace before cracking it past extra cover for four! 
They are just stretching the inevitable now. Three runs required off 18 balls.
Over: 17 | Summary: 1 0 1 0 1 0 Bowler: Nathan Coulter-Nile Score: 147/0
16.6 Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, back of a length delivery on middle and leg stump. Saha looks to turn it into the leg side but is early on the shot as the ball beats the ball and crashes into the thigh pad
16.5 Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, slower delivery on a back of a length on leg stump. Warner waits for the ball to arrive before working it towards deep mid wicket for one
16.4 Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, banged into the track well outside off stump. Warner jumps up and looks to upper cut it but can only swish and miss. Good change in length from NCN!
16.3 Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, back of a length delivery on leg stump. Saha hops onto his toes before tucking it off his hips towards fine leg for a single
16.2 Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, back of a length delivery on off stump. Saha gets on top of the bounce and runs it down to the fielder in the ring at backward point. Dot ball!
16.1 Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, length delivery on middle and leg stump. Warner backs away and carves it off the back foot towards deep point for a single
Seven runs off that James Pattinson over. SRH are just a hit away from making the play-offs. They require six runs off 24 balls.
Over: 16 | Summary: 0 4 1 1 0 1 Bowler: James Pattinson Score: 144/0
15.6 James Pattinson to David Warner, short delivery outside off stump. Warner backs away and ramps it towards third man. The fielder hares in from the fence but the ball just lands short of him
15.5 James Pattinson to David Warner, back of a length delivery on off stump. Warner gives himself a bit of room and looks to access the off side but shanks it straight back to the bowler
15.4 James Pattinson to Wriddhiman Saha, back of a length delivery on leg stump. Saha swivels on his pull shot wonderfully and gets it down to long leg for one more run. Just 7 needed now!
15.3 James Pattinson to David Warner, slower delivery on a back of a length outside off stump. Warner goes deep in his crease before slashing it towards third man for a single
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