Meanwhile, Delhi are fourth on the points table with two win under their belt in five matches.
But once Samson and Nair were out, Delhi innings lost way and the asking rate piled up.
In the end, the equation however was brought down to 18 needed off the last three overs.
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Bhuvneshwar Kumar once again proved that he is the go-to man for Sunrisers in the crunch situations.
The next delivery, Rishabh Pant was out for a first-ball duck as Delhi were reduced to 86 for 3 with Warner taking an easy catch. Angelo Mathews, sent ahead of the in-form Morris, was able to keep a decent tempo as well as the two batsmen hit at least one boundary per over in the last five.
Zaheer Khan is one away from becoming the 10th bowler to 100 wickets in IPL.
Needing 24 runs from the final over, Delhi made a valiant attempt but ended up 15 runs short in the end.
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Bangladeshi pacer Rahman, who conceded 19 runs from his first over to return with poor figures of 2.4-0-34-0 against Mumbai, would be keen to make amends and demonstrate his capabilities. When17 April 2017, 2000 Hrs IST Where Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad The ProtagonistsThe outcome of this match will depend to a huge extent on which of the two Aussies - David Warner or Glenn Maxwell - does more damage with the bat.
Readers discretion is much required as these predictions are purely based on past standings and performance of team in the tournament during this season and their new amendments in the team thus they may go wrong very rarely. He smashed an unbeaten 70 runs off 54 balls with the help of seven boundaries and two sixes and added 60 runs with Naman Ojha (34 from 20 balls) for the fourth wicket to guide hosts to the modest total.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) skipper David Warner is coming back to his ebullient ways.
Shikhar Dhawan and Kane Williamson steadied the ship after Warner's dismissal, putting on a mammoth 136-run partnership to put the home side in a strong position. Morris was the pick of the Delhi bowlers with a four-wicket haul.
Known for his go-after-the-bowler style of batting, Warner showed he has the temperament to adapt; in the previous match, he began slowly on a hard pitch, but persevered, batted through the twenty overs and forced the pace at the back end of the innings.
Williamson took 19 runs from Amit Mishra in the 14th over with two sixes in that over before being out in the 17th over.
New batsman in, Moises Henriques too struggled on a slow track as he played 15 deliveries, scoring nine runs before being stumped by Saha off a delivery from left-arm spinner Axar Patel, leaving Hyderabad at 50/2 in 9.2 overs.