Hyderabad: On the eve of their match against defenders Chennai Super Kings, Sunrisers Hyderabad's chief coach Tom Moody says the track at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium here looked challenging but wasn't as bad as it looked statistically.
"I am sure tomorrow (Wednesday) it is going to be on a new wicket again. I am sure it will be a good contest between bat and ball," Moody said.
Sunrisers, who have a good bowling attack, have won all the five matches played here so far and no team could cross 130 runs on this surface.
"We feel there has been a number of games that teams including ours' have not scored what we felt a par score on it. I think we have bowled particularly well on it, at times our opponents, too, bowled well on it. I think it is not as bad as it looks statistically. It is decently good surface," he said....more
09:06 PM, May 07, 2013