Indian Premier League, 2020

Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians - Match 56

Venue: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

Date & Time: 03 November 2020

Sunrisers Hyderabad 151/0

RR: 8.79 | Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Mumbai Indians by 10 wickets

commentary

Right then, we are done and dusted with the league stage of this year's Indian T20 League. Four teams, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore have survived the high demand of this tournament and now they will get ready for the playoffs. Next up, Mumbai will be in action again as they lock horns with Delhi in Qualifier 1 on the 5th of November in Dubai. The match will start at 1800 local (1400 GMT). We hope to have your company for that crunch encounter. Until then, cheers!

The Man of the Match for this game is Shahbaz Nadeem. He starts off by saying that he has been playing this way from the past couple of years and he was looking to give his 100 percent in all the games and it worked out this evening. Adds that he has been working hard on his carrom ball for some years and he thought about bowling them against the Mumbai left-handers. Talking about his round-arm action, Nadeem replies that it bounces sometimes when it pitches on the seam part and adds that it depends on how you release the ball. Tells that when you contribute for your team, you feel good and he feels that everyone in the bowling unit has been performing well. Mentions that it is a small ground but with the pitch turning slow, if you bowl in the right areas, it works.

The winning skipper of Hyderabad, David Warner, starts off by saying that he is feeling good now especially after what happened in the game against Punjab. The Aussie is happy that they restricted Mumbai to just 150. Credits his bowlers for their performance and as the openers, they just wanted to see the game through. Feels there is a good atmosphere in the dressing room and the whole management is a family and they have a never give up attitude. Says that even though there are injuries, they still find a way. Reminds that Kane Williamson missed out last year and Jonny Bairstow took his place and was absolutely fantastic. Mentions that with Saha opening, they are finding a good balance. Shares that in 2016 also, they were in a similar position where they had to win all their games to win the title. Adds that the whole team is passionate and they came out very motivated in this game. Tells that he prides himself to give a good start to them and fortunately, the last couple of games have been great. Talking about the next encounter against Bangalore, he says that they are a great team and he is excited about that challenge.

Hyderabad's mentor and batting coach, VVS Laxman is in for a quick chat! He says that he is proud of the entire group and especially after that game against Punjab. Adds that the bowlers after losing Bhuvneshwar Kumar have stepped up. Praises Saha for his performances since he has started playing. Mentions that they wanted to keep things simple and they took each game as it came and there was a lot of energy when they were fielding. Laxman is very proud of the team as the positivity was always on show. Feels that Warner leads from the front and that in the last three games, he has played really well. Further says that Warner is an amazing person in the dressing room. About their next encounter, VVS replies that they know that Bangalore are a good side and even though they beat them in the last game, this will be different. Tells that they are confident and will look to stick to the basics.

Mumbai skipper, Rohit Sharma says that it was not the day to remember and calls it probably the worst performance of the season for them. Mentions that losing wickets at the start didn't make it easier. Admits that they didn't play good cricket. Rohit is happy to be back, was going through some tough times and is looking forward to playing some more cricket here. Informs that his hamstring is absolutely fine. Regarding the dew factor, Sharma replies that they play at Wankhede, where there is always dew and you can't be demotivated with the toss, you still have to come out and execute the skills and have the belief. Adds that when you take wickets in the Powerplay, it becomes tough and they have seen that in this season. Shares that Boult and Bumrah were just rested and they are absolutely fine. Tells that it's a funny format and it's always right to focus on the present and leave this performance behind. Calls it a good challenge to play against Delhi. 

Earlier in the evening, Hyderabad's bowling was also on the money. They were focused and motivated and hardly put any foot wrong. Their bowling, especially, in the middle overs was incredible and they finished well at the backend too. Superb work with the ball and it was nicely backed up by their openers. Hyderabad now jump to the number 3 position in the table and will be delighted with the way they have peaked in the past few games.

A target of 150 was scaled down by the Orange team without breaking a sweat. David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha showed positive intent and gathered 56 runs in the Powerplay. From there onward, it was all too easy. Mumbai's bowling wasn't too penetrative and they struggled throughout. Dew could be a factor but they were poor right from the start. A day to forget for the defending champions.

Outstanding victory for Hyderabad! It was a stroll in the park for them against the best team of this edition and they have stormed into the playoffs. Kolkata are the last team to get knocked out now. 

17.1
4
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, FOUR! HYDERABAD WIN BY 10 WICKETS! They are in the playoffs and their dugout is roaring in delight. A flatter and shorter delivery around off, Warner camps back and smacks it through covers for a boundary.
16.6
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Beats the batsman with a slower delivery. A length ball on middle, angling in, Saha tries to work it on the leg side but misses. It deflects off his pads to point. Dot ball to finish the over. 3 more needed.
16.5
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, Angles in a length ball on middle, Warner tucks it to deep mid-wicket for a single.
16.4
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, Swing and a miss! Again a short delivery outside off, Warner jumps and tries to cut but misses.
16.3
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Back of a length ball on middle and leg, slower in pace, Saha helps it through square leg for a comfortable run.
16.2
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Shortish and outside off, cut straight to point.
16.1
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, A shortish length ball in the line of the stumps, Warner jumps back and smashes it to deep point for one.
15.6
1
James Pattinson to David Warner, In the air... SAFE! Short delivery outside off, Warner stands back and then plays the upper cut. It's aerial and Coulter-Nile charges forward from third man. It falls in front and he does well to stop it from racing away. A single taken, 6 more needed.
15.5
0
James Pattinson to David Warner, Spears in a full length ball on off, Warner once again is deep inside the crease as he mishits his shot back to the bowler.
15.4
1
James Pattinson to Wriddhiman Saha, A half-tracker once more by James, it's around middle, Saha swivels on one leg and directs his pull shot behind square leg for a single.
15.3
1
James Pattinson to David Warner, Shortish again, wide outside off, Warner hangs back and cuts it behind backward point. The third man fielder is quite square and hence only a run.
15.2
4
James Pattinson to David Warner, FOUR! Effortless! Back of a length ball around off, Warner uses the angle to his advantage and nails his pull shot to the wide long on fence. Only 9 needed more.
15.1
0
James Pattinson to David Warner, Pattinson hurls in a very full ball wide outside off, Warner moves back to make room and ends up failing to put bat on ball.

James Pattinson is back on for Mumbai. 2-0-22-0 so far. Hyderabad just need 13 now.

14.6
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, Slants in a length ball on middle, Warner stays leg side of this delivery and pushes it to covers. Takes a single to retain strike.
14.5
4
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, FOUR! Take that for a reply! Warner anticipates a slower delivery this time. The length is on the shorter side and it's angling into the southpaw. Warner rocks back and muscles his pull shot to the deep mid-wicket fence.
14.4
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, Slower in pace, on back of a length around off, Warner is early into the pull shot and misses. It brushes his body and deflects to short third man. Two dots now.
14.3
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, Smell the leather. NCN bends his back and digs in a well-directed short ball. Warner leans back, a though of playing the ramp shot crosses his mind but he pulls back. Allows it through.
14.2
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, The pace is right up there on this occasion. Fullish and on middle, Saha flicks it in front of square leg for a run.
14.1
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, A touch short and around off, cutting back in, Saha plays it late and taps it down to backward point. Looks for a run but is sent back.

Nathan Coulter-Nile is back into the attack. 2-0-18-0 are his figures so far.

13.6
2
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, Slower full ball around off, Warner drives it to the left of sweeper cover and collects a brace. 9 from the over without taking any risk. 19 needed more.
13.5
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, This one is very full and around off, Saha eases it down to long on for a single.
13.4
2
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, A length ball outside off, probably a leg cutter, Saha waits and then punches it to sweeper cover. The fielder moves across to his right to stop the ball and the batsmen take two.
13.4
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, Wide called for height! Kulkarni attempts for a slower bouncer but it has gone well over the head of the batsman.
13.3
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, Lovely pull shot. Warner rides the short ball and plays the horizontal bat shot. Sends it to deep mid-wicket for a run.
13.2
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, A yorker on middle and off, Saha digs it out on the leg side and picks up a run.
13.1
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, Starts his new spell with a slower full ball outside off, Warner keeps his weight on the back leg and drives it through covers for a run.

Dhawal Kulkarni is back on. 2-0-13-0 so far.

DRINKS! This game is all but done and dusted. Warner and Saha did not want to leave this to anyone else and have batted really well to make sure that they are sitting strongly with 7 overs left to go. They just need 28 runs and it looks like one of these two will score the winning runs and ensure that Hyderabad are in the playoffs.

12.6
1
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, Flighted and around leg, eased through mid-wicket for a run. 12 from the over, only 28 needed more.
12.5
2
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, Flatter and fuller on middle, Warner flicks it to deep mid-wicket and a fumble allows them the second run.
12.5
0
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, FIVE WIDES! Whoa! What was that? A bouncer by a spinner. Not only the batsman, but Krunal has also taken his keeper by surprise. It's down the leg side, Warner leaves and de Kock fails to collect. Bonus boundary at fine leg.
12.4
1
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Goes on the back foot and punches it down to wide long off for a run. All too easy.
12.3
0
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Play and a miss! Flighted and full wide outside off, Saha opts for the sweep shot but fails to connect. That's a rarity, he has been connecting with almost everything.
12.2
1
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, That is cut away through point for a single.
12.1
2
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, Loopy and full on middle, Warner whips it to wide long on and collects a couple.
11.6
1
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Initially shapes up probably for the reverse-batted shot but ends up pushing it towards covers for a run. 13 from the over!
11.5
4
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, FOUR! Warner wants to finish it quickly. Chahar drags his length short and serves it on middle, David rocks on the back foot and pulls it disdainfully to the mid-wicket fence.
11.4
1
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Fifty up for Saha as well! He has been a revelation from the time he has come for Hyderabad. This time he uses his feet to get to the pitch of the ball and forces it to long on for a run.
11.3
0
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Presses forward to a full ball and defends it solidly.
11.2
1
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Wide outside off, Warner bottom edges his cut and it rolls in the gap at point. A single.
11.1
6
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, SIX! Fifty up for Warner! Brings it up in style! Loopy and full around off, David goes with the spin and powers it over wide long on for a maximum. 48th League fifty for the Aussie and Hyderabad have also crossed the 100-run mark. 
10.6
4
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR! Saha brings out the big heave across the line this time. Connects well and smashes it over square leg. The fielder in the deep dives to get some hand on it but fails to prevent the boundary.
10.5
0
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Flighted and full around off, Saha makes room for the inside-out shot but ends up mistiming it back to the bowler.
10.4
1
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, A full toss on this occasion, outside off, Warner hammers it past the bowler to long off for another run in this over. They are doing it with ease.
10.3
1
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Very full this time, on middle, Saha whips it through mid-wicket and rotates the strike.
10.2
1
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, Fires in a shorter delivery, at 106 kph, Warner hangs back and somehow punches it down to long off for one.
10.1
1
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Flatter and shorter around off, Saha moves back and punches it to sweeper cover for a run.
9.6
2
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Bowls this on a shorter length around off, Warner pulls this one towards the deep mid-wicket region. The batters collect two runs before the fielder can clean up in the deep. 61 needed in 60 now.
9.5
1
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Cleverly bowled by Chahar! Sees Saha making room and bowls it slow and outside off, Saha reaches out and works this towards the long off region for one more single. That came off the toe end of the bat.
9.4
1
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Played this one really well but the fielder will clean this up. Loopy ball on middle, Warner powers his reverse sweep through the cover-point region and the man there runs to his right and stops this one. Just a single.
9.3
0
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Flatter around off, Warner punches this towards covers. A dot.
9.2
1
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Short ball on middle, Saha tucks this off his back foot towards the square leg region for one.
9.1
0
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, SWING AND A MISS! Floated around off, Saha looks to sweep this one but misses it altogether.

Rahul Chahar (2-0-18-0) is back on.

8.6
2
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, A couple to end the over as Warner flicks this towards deep mid-wicket. The fielder in the deep charges to the ball but fails to pick it up cleanly, making the second run easy. 66 needed in 66 now. They can do it with ease.
8.5
1
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Short ball around leg, Saha tickles this towards fine leg for one run.
8.4
4
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR! Back-to-back boundaries for Saha and Hyderabad are running away with this! Flatter on middle, Saha hammers this towards the backward square leg region to bag another boundary.
8.3
4
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR! They are not wasting any deliveries! What a good shot! Flatter and quicker around off, Saha slashes this over the backward point region for a boundary.
8.2
1
Krunal Pandya to David Warner, Flatter around off, Warner nudges this gently towards the mid-wicket region for a single.
8.1
1
Krunal Pandya to Wriddhiman Saha, Floated around leg, Saha tucks this towards the short fine leg region. The batters collect a single.

Krunal Pandya into the attack for the first time this evening. Can he break this partnership?

7.6
0
James Pattinson to David Warner, A dot to end the over as David Warner's pull is straight to the man at mid-wicket. 79 needed in 72 balls.
7.5
1
James Pattinson to Wriddhiman Saha, Another single! They are doing well to rotate the strike if there are no loose deliveries! Short of a good length around off, Saha pushes this towards the cover region.
7.4
1
James Pattinson to David Warner, A slower back of a length delivery around off, Warner waits for it and then guides it towards third man to rotate the strike. 
7.3
2
James Pattinson to David Warner, On a good length outside off, Warner slaps this one through the cover region for a couple.
7.2
1
James Pattinson to Wriddhiman Saha, A quick single this time as this back of a length ball is tapped towards backward point. Good running by these two batters.
7.1
1
James Pattinson to David Warner, A slower back of a length ball around off, Warner hops and works this to the square leg region to exchange ends with Saha.

James Pattinson is back for another spell with Mumbai in desperate need of a breakthrough.

6.6
0
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Flighted ball around off, Saha pushes this towards point. 9 from the over. Hyderabad are doing it with ease, minimum risk.
6.5
1
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Flatter around off, Warner punches this wide of long off to collect a single. 
6.4
2
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Floated on middle, Warner gets low and paddle scoops this towards the short fine leg region. The batters run two on this occasion.
6.3
4
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, FOUR! Is there anything that this man can't do? What a brilliant shot! Tossed up on middle, Warner reverse sweeps this past the diving fielder at short third man and finds the fence.
6.2
1
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Floats it nicely around off, Saha looks to sweep but it comes off the toe end of the bat and goes towards mid on. The batters collect a single.
6.1
1
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Flighted on off, Warner looks to drive but it takes the inside edge as it turns back in after pitching. Still, the ball goes in the gap at mid-wicket and they cross.

Drinks break! Hyderabad have come out with positive intent and made full use of the Powerplay. Both the openers looked for boundaries and found it at regular intervals as well. Now, they have a platform set and would hope for a smooth ride towards the target. Mumbai need to dry the runs to create pressure. Interesting middle phase coming up. 94 needed off 84 balls.

5.6
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, A single to end the Powerplay as Warner flicks this towards the square leg region. Hyderabad are at 56 for 0 at the end of six overs. A strong start by them.
5.5
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, Short of a good length ball around middle, Warner looks to pull but misses and gets hit on the body. Another dot.
5.4
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, A precious dot for Mumbai! A slower good length ball outside off, Warner reaches out and plays this to the man at point.
5.3
4
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, FOUR! Warner seems to be in a hurry to wrap things up and he does not want to take it late. Back of a length ball on middle, Warner moves back and powers this one through the mid-wicket region and it will run away to the ropes.
5.2
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, SWING AND A MISS! Coulter-Nile took the pace off this one. A slower back of a length ball outside off, Warner looks to heave this one away but does not connect the bat with the ball. Was too early into the shot.
5.2
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to David Warner, WIDE! Coulter-Nile slips this down the leg side. Warner looks to flick but misses. The umpire flexes his arms to signal this as a wide.
5.1
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Short of a good length on middle, Saha hops and tucks this towards deep square leg to cross ends. 50 up for Hyderabad in quick time!

Another bowling change. Nathan Coulter-Nile to bowl the last over of the Powerplay. He went for 11 runs in his previous over.

4.6
0
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Short ball outside off, Warner cuts this but finds the man at cover-point. Hyderabad need 101 in 90 balls.
4.5
0
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Tosses it up on middle, Warner reverse sweeps this one but does not get it to elevate much and it is just short of the man at short third man.
4.4
4
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, FOUR! Wide of the man there and not by much as well! Hyderabad are cruising now! Floated on off, Warner gets on his knees and sweeps this one past the diving fielder at square leg and this will race to the fence. 
4.3
0
Rahul Chahar to David Warner, Short ball around middle and leg, Warner gets on his knees and looks to heave this away but he does not connect bat with ball.
4.2
1
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, Loopy on middle, Saha milks this towards long off for a single.
4.1
4
Rahul Chahar to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR! What a welcome for Chahar! Both of them are playing wonderfully right now! Flatter around off, Saha swivels and pulls this one towards the deep mid-wicket region for a four.

Change in bowling. 40 runs in 4 overs and now Rohit Sharma has given the ball to Rahul Chahar. This could backfire.

3.6
2
James Pattinson to David Warner, A slower full length ball on middle, Warner tucks this towards deep square leg and the batters run hard to come back for the second run. A big over for Hyderabad. 16 off this one.
3.5
1
James Pattinson to Wriddhiman Saha, Short of a good length delivery around off, Saha taps this towards point for a single. Smart batting by Saha. Milking the singles after the three boundaries in the first three balls.
3.4
1
James Pattinson to David Warner, Well fielded by the man at cover-point! Good length ball outside off, Warner slaps this through the line again and Kishan does well to dive to his left and half-stop this one. Only a single in the end.
3.3
4
James Pattinson to David Warner, FOUR! Three in a row now! Warner, you beauty! If he gets going, no one can stop Hyderabad! Back of a length delivery around off, Warner slashes this through the point region for yet another boundary. 500 fours in the League, only the third batsman to do that!
3.2
4
James Pattinson to David Warner, FOUR! Back-to-back boundaries for Warner and Hyderabad have started this chase off in some style! Back of a length ball around middle, Warner makes some room and punches this through the cover-point region for another boundary.
3.1
4
James Pattinson to David Warner, FOUR! Warner welcomes Pattinson into the game with a boundary! On a shorter length around off, Warner pulls this one hard through the mid-wicket region and it will run away to the ropes.

James Pattinson into the attack now.

2.6
4
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR! Very nicely worked! Hyderabad have started off really well! Back of a length ball on the pads, Saha tickles this towards the fine leg region to bag a boundary. 10 runs off this over. A successful one for Hyderabad.
2.5
4
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, EDGY FOUR! Not what Saha wanted to do but Hyderabad and Saha will accept this gracefully! Another good length delivery outside off, Saha looks to heave this towards the off side but the ball kisses his outside edge and flies towards the third man region for a boundary.
2.4
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, On a good length around the off pole, Warner pushes this to the cover region and the batters run through for a quick single.
2.3
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, Good length around off, Saha looks to heave this across the line but it goes off his toe end towards short third man and the batters run across for the single. The fielder there has a shy at the non-striker's end but he hits Saha on his pads. 
2.2
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, Short of a good length delivery around off, Saha taps this towards point but is not able to get off the strike on this occasion.
2.1
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, SWING AND A MISS! On a good length around off, Saha looks for the pull but only connects his bat with thin air.
1.6
1
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Short of a good length ball on middle, Saha works this towards point and scampers through for the single. A good over for Hyderabad. They collect 11 runs off this one.
1.5
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, A dot ball after two boundaries as Saha pushes this to the point region.
1.4
4
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, FOUR! Follows the biggie up with a boundary! Great batting by Saha! On a good length on middle, Saha lofts this one nonchalantly over the mid on region and it crosses the ropes on a bounce for a boundary.
1.3
6
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, SIX! That is the first biggie of Hyderabad's innings and it comes off Saha's bat. Great timing on this one. On a good length ball around off, Saha makes some room and lofts this one beautifully over the wide long off region for a biggie.
1.2
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Back of a length delivery on middle, Saha looks to pull this one but he misses it and it hits his body and the ball rolls to the off side.
1.1
0
Nathan Coulter-Nile to Wriddhiman Saha, Short of a good length ball on middle, Saha hops and eases this to the point region and looks for the single. A loud no is heard from Warner's end.

Nathan Coulter-Nile to operate from the other end.

0.6
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, A dot to end the over. Good length ball around off, Warner pushes this towards the cover region and denies the single on this occasion. Just 3 runs off the first over.
0.5
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, Saha is off the mark as well as he punches this one towards the point region. 
0.4
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to Wriddhiman Saha, Short of a good length ball on off, Saha hops and blocks this one out.
0.3
1
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, First runs off Warner's bat! Back of a length ball on middle, Warner pulls this one towards the deep square leg region for a single.
0.2
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, An appeal for LBW but nothing from the umpire! Back of a length ball around leg, Warner looks to flick but misses and gets hit on the pads. A loud appeal but nothing from the umpire.
0.1
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, Good length on off, Warner pushes this to the off side and signals no for the single.
0.1
0
Dhawal Kulkarni to David Warner, WIDE! Hyderabad are underway courtesy of an extra! Kulkarni slips the ball down the leg side, Warner looks to flick but misses. Wided.

We are back for the chase! The openers of Hyderabad, David Warner and Wriddhiman Saha walk out to the middle. Dhawal Kulkarni will start with the ball. Off we go...