The Sunrisers Hyderabad are the second-lowest team after the Delhi Capitals in the ongoing competition. Both teams have had low points due to their maximum losses in the competition. However, other participants gained a lot of points based on their wins in the competition.

The Sunrisers, Hyderabad, and Delhi Capitals are all struggling to win in the upcoming competition. And to get into the quarterfinal contests, they must win in the remaining cricket league. The 58th match of the Indian Premier League 2023 will take place on May 13 at Rajiv Gandhi International Arena, Hyderabad, between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Lucknow SuperGiants.

Ahead of the SRH vs. LSG match, the scenario of their playoff qualification looks a little tragic, as winning all the remaining limited-over matches is mandatory for both teams. Before May 23rd, the Sunrisers match will be held against RCB [on May 18], the next Gujarat Titans [on May 15], and then the Mumbai Indians [on May 21st]. However, victory in the above-mentioned match will improve their chances of playing in the competition that would take them to the finals.

whereas the Lucknow SuperGiants have already generated 11 points, but this is insufficient to reach the next level of the competition. The next match of the Lucknow SuperGiants will be against Mumbai Indians [on May 16] and against KKR [on May 20], in which they need to win by the highest margins to dominate the game. However, everything depends on the performance of the respective teams and their results.