Sunrisers 142-6 (18 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Trinidad bring their best bowler, Narine, back in the attack. Sammy is cautious as he watchfully defends the first two balls before tapping it on the off-side for one and Perera also takes a single.
Narine breaks the partnership with the wicket of Sammy, who is caught by Badree in the slips for 15 as he tried to steer it fine.
He gets another wicket from the last ball as Ashish Reddy pops a simple return catch.
Narine, who bowled 16 dot balls in his spell, finishes with excellent figures of four for nine in four overs including a maiden.
Sunrisers 140-4 (17 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Emrit starts with two wides to Perera before he slams one powerfully down the ground but Bravo makes a good stop to keep it down to two.
Sammy then joins the party as he smashes it over long-on for a huge six that carries all the way to 91 metres.
He chips the next ball over the off-side but the fielder at sweeper cover puts down a simple chance. How costly could that prove? 31 needed from 20 balls.
Emrit then bowls a high full toss which Sammy somehow fends and it goes fine on the leg side for a four.
The next ball is a bit higher and this time it is called a no-ball for height as Bravo takes the catch at long-on but two runs for Sunrisers.
The last ball is again a full toss which Perera hits it over the bowler's head for another boundary.
23 runs from the over has turned the tide in Hyderabad's favour with 21 needed from three overs for victory.
Emrit ends a disappointing spell of 57 runs conceded in four overs.
Sunrisers 117-4 (16 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Trinidad keeping Narine's final over for the end as Rampaul comes back. The first ball is a full toss which Perera smashes back, hitting his partner Sammy on the leg and gets just a single.
Rampaul bowls a slower ball to Sammy who takes a single and hands the strike back to Perera.
The Sri Lankan pulls the next ball over midwicket where Simmons makes a good effort on the boundary, with a one-handed pluck in mid-air but he fails to hold on and it goes over the ropes for a six. The next ball is in the blockhole which Perera digs out for a single.
Two runs from the last two balls as Sunrisers gets 11 runs from that over, with 44 needed from four overs for victory.
Sunrisers 106-4 (15 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Perera breaks the shackles as he lofts the first ball from Emrit over long-on for a six which takes him to 26 from 15 balls and helps Sunrisers cross the 100-run mark.
Emrit then bowls it wide of the off-stump as Perera throws his bat but fails to connect and the next one is even wider and again the left-hander cannot get his bat to it.
The fourth ball is full and wide which Emrit lofts over the cover region for a boundary.
He nearly chips it back to the bowler off the last ball as Emrit makes a good effort on his follow through but the ball fell short.
Sunrisers need 55 runs from five overs for victory.
Sunrisers 95-4 (14 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Narine beats Vihari with one that turns away and his foot strays out of the crease as keeper Ramdin is quick to whip off the bails. The third umpire rules in favour of the bowler as Vihari walks back after scoring 13 from 18 balls.
Darren Sammy is beaten first up by the doosra and the same result off the next ball. Sammy then tries to defend but again it spins off the face of the bat missing the edge narrowly. He finally gets his bat to ball defending it watchfully off the front foot and hits the last ball to short midwicket.
A wicket maiden for Narine makes it more difficult for Sunrisers, who now need 66 runs from six overs for victory.
Sunrisers 95-3 (13 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Emrit comes back as the ball is changed because of the effect of dew. The first ball is outside the off-stump as Perera has a huge swing but misses and he tries to cut the next but again he fails to connect.
Emrit then bowls a bouncer which Perera ducks under before smacking the fourth ball over midwicket for a four.
He then tries a slower ball which is fuller in length but Perera despatches it over the midwicket fence for a huge six.
Emrit goes back to the bouncer but this time it is very high and called no-ball for height. He has a huge swing at the last ball which is again full and slower in pace but fails to connect.
Sunrisers need 66 runs from seven overs for victory.
Sunrisers 83-3 (12 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Narine is back into the attack and he still has three overs in his kitty. Will Perera try to attack him or play him out?
Perera hits the first ball on the leg side for one before Vihari fails to get the next ball away before getting one to sweeper cover.
Narine bowls a good over giving away just five runs as the required run rate shoots up to 9.75, with 78 needed from eight overs for victory.
Sunrisers 78-3 (11 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
And disaster has struck again for Sunrisers. Duminy nudges one on his pads straight to the fielder at short fine leg as Vihari calls him for a quick single but the direct hit catches the left-hander short of his crease.
Duminy, who made 17 from 16 balls, initially hesitated before committing to the call but the direct hit from Rampaul ended his stay.
Thisara Perera wasting no time as he lofts Stewart for a huge six over long-off to get off the mark from the second ball he faced.
Sunrisers 70-2 (10 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Badree will finish off here as he comes on to bowl his fourth and final over. Four singles from five balls before Vihari chips it over the bowler's head but has not timed it well. Bravo makes a good stop on the boundary to keep it down to two runs.
Badree gives just six in that over to finish with good figures of 25 runs in four overs.
At the halfway stage, Sunrisers are 70 for two in 10 overs, needing 91 from 60 balls for victory.
Sunrisers 64-2 (9 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Two singles from the first three balls before Duminy slaps a short wide delivery from Stewart through the point region for a four. Two more singles to end the over as eight runs come from it.
Sunrisers 56-2 (8 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Badree rushing through his over as he gives away just six runs as Trinidad continue to dry up the boundaries.
Sunrisers are 56 for two in eight overs and will need a good partnership to lay the foundation for an onslaught in the end overs.
Sunrisers 50-2 (7 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Pacer Navin Stewart comes into the attack and he immediately strikes with the big wicket of Dhawan. The slower ball foxes the Sunrisers captain completely as he tries to flick it on the leg side but is too early into the shot and lobs a simple catch back to the bowler.
Dhawan is gone for 23 from 18 balls to leave Sunrisers in trouble at 45 for two in the seventh over.
Hanuma Vihari gets off the mark with a single to midwicket before JP Duminy ends the over with a delightful boundary through the covers.
Sunrisers 44-1 (6 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
It's spin from both ends as Badree comes back for his second spell. A leg bye for Duminy from the first ball before Dhawan plays out four dot balls. He breaks the shackles with a huge swept six over the leg side to end the over on a high.
Sunrisers 37-1 (5 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Sunil Narine is called into the attack in place of Rampaul, who bowled two overs for 17 runs.
And he strikes with his first delivery as Parthiv tries to play the cut shot but ends up lobbing a simple catch to Stewart at short thirdman.
Patel is out for 17 from 15 balls after putting on 35 runs for the opening wicket with Dhawan.
A wide ball down the leg side to JP Duminy followed by a single as just two runs come from Narine's first over.
Sunrisers 35-0 (4 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Pacer Rayad Emrit into the attack replacing Badree, who bowled just one over. Patel comes down the track but the pacer sends down a quick bouncer which hits the left-hander on the helmet and he is attended to by the physio.
He throws his bat at the next ball in anger and it goes off the edge past the wicketkeeper for a boundary.
Emrit tries another quick bouncer to Parthiv who ducks under it but it is called no-ball for height.
The last ball is on the pads which Dhawan flicks fine for a boundary to get 11 runs from that over.
Sunrisers 24-0 (3 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Dhawan guides the first ball from Rampaul to thirdman for one before Parthiv chips it over the off-side for a boundary. Two dot balls before Parthiv ends the over with a huge six over midwicket.
Hyderabad off to a good start as they reach 24 for no loss in three overs.
Sunrisers 13-0 (2 overs) v Trinidad 160-8
Leg-spinner Samuel Badree into the attack now. Dhawan sweeps the first ball beating the fielder at short fine leg for a boundary and then pulls the third ball to deep midwicket for one.
Two more singles as Sunrisers reach 13 for no loss after two overs.
Sunrisers 6-0 (1 over) v Trinidad 160-8
The two left-handed openers Parthiv Patel and Shikhar Dhawan walk out to open the innings for Sunrisers. Ravi Rampaul will bowl the first over for Trinidad.
And Trinidad drop a catch off the first ball of the match. Parthiv tries to go over the off-side but ends up slicing it towards thirdman where the fielder came in but failed to hold on.
Dhawan then smashes the next delivery through the covers to cause more grief to Rampaul. He gets an inside edge from the fourth ball for a single to fine leg as six runs come from the first over.
Trinidad 160-8 (20 overs) vs Sunrisers
Sammy was the best bowler for Sunrisers as he took two for 21 in four overs, while the other frontline bowlers struggled. Steyn went for 41 runs in four overs and Ishant gave away 36 in four overs with both picking a wicket each.
Leg-spinner Mishra went for 27 runs in three overs but the other leggie Karan Sharma was not given a single over.
Thisara Perera also made a good contribution, taking two for 26 in four overs.
Hyderabad will need a good start if they are to challenge Trinidad because it won't be easy in the middle overs against mystery spinner Sunil Narine.
Trinidad 160-8 (20 overs) vs Sunrisers
Trinidad lose their way as three wickets fall in the last over. Ramdin is dismissed off the first ball as he holes out to Steyn in the deep on the leg side for 21 from 15 balls.
Sunil Narine is run out for a duck as he called his partner for a difficult second run but failed to make his ground.
Navin Stewart was then bowled by a yorker from Perera for 17.
Rayad Emrit hit the last ball past point to get three runs as Trinidad finished on a competitive 160 for eight in 20 overs.
Trinidad 153-5 (19 overs) vs Sunrisers
Steyn to bowl his fourth and final over. He starts with a high full toss which Ramdin flicks on the leg side for a four and that is also called a no-ball for height. The next ball he tries to slog it but gets a thick edge which flies over the keeper for a four. Ramdin again edges the next ball but this time Parthiv makes a good effort as he gets a hand on it but fails to hold on.
He ends the over with three dot balls to Stewart to finish a disappointing spell of one for 41 in four overs.
Trinidad 141-5 (18 overs) vs Sunrisers
Hyderabad's fielders are struggling big time as Dhawan misfields to give away a single. Off the next ball Ashish Reddy lets one go through at thirdman to give away a boundary leaving bowler Perera visibly disappointed.
Four more singles as Perera goes for nine runs in that over.
Trinidad 132-4 (17 overs) vs Sunrisers
Sammy continues his good bowling performance as he picks up another wicket in his final over. Pooran fails to get away a short ball as he edges it to the wicketkeeper to be caught for six.
Navin Stewart gets a lifeline as Karan Sharma drops a high catch at deep midwicket despite having enough time to get under the ball. The next ball he gets another reprieve as JP Duminy fails to hold on to the catch at long-off and ends up palming it over the ropes for a six.
Sammy gives away nine runs in that over to finish with two for 21 in four overs.
Trinidad 123-4 (16 overs) vs Sunrisers
Steyn comes back, to bowl his third over. A single each for Denesh Ramdin and Nicolas Pooran before the former gets a boundary through the covers.
Pooran ends the over with another frustrating boundary for Steyn as he opens the face of the bat and runs it fine of the keeper.
Trinidad 112-4 (15 overs) vs Sunrisers
Sammy has been quite miserly with the ball despite the other bowlers leaking runs for Sunrisers. He bowls two dot balls before the pressure pays off as Mohammed tries a wild slog but ends up losing his stumps after scoring 19 from 27 balls.
Another superb over from Sammy, giving away just two runs while picking up a wicket.
Trinidad 110-3 (14 overs) vs Sunrisers
Ishant is back as Hyderabad look to break this partnership which has put Trinidad in control. Mohammed takes a single from the second ball to bring up the 100-run mark for his team.
Bravo then hammers a short ball down the ground to long-on where the fielder again fails to judge it and goes the wrong way to give away a four.
The next ball is sent crashing into the sight screen for another big six. Against the run of play Ishant strikes with the key wicket of Bravo, who is caught in the covers as he failed to get enough elavation.
The left-hander played a sizzling innings off 66 from 44 balls, hitting five fours and four sixes.
Trinidad 98-2 (13 overs) vs Sunrisers
Bravo is in total control out in the middle as he slaps compatriot Sammy past point for a boundary and then takes one to thirdman. Mohammed then taps it to the cover region for two runs before he lofts the last ball over covers for another couple.
Trinidad 89-2 (12 overs) vs Sunrisers
Bravo going after Mishra as he hits him for two sixes from the first three balls of his third over, through leg side.
The left-hander takes a single from the last ball to bring up his half-century from 37 balls.
Mishra has gone for 15 runs in that over for total figures of 27 runs in three overs.
Trinidad 74-2 (11 overs) vs Sunrisers
Darren Sammy comes into the attack now. Bravo drives the first ball powerfully but hits his partner Mohammed who seems to be in some pain and is attended to by the physio.
Bravo then pulls a short ball to deep square leg for one before Mohammed defends the next ball which swings away. The next ball is hit to the fielder at point while Mohammed plays and misses the last ball as Sammy concedes just a single in that over.
Trinidad 73-2 (10 overs) vs Sunrisers
Mishra bowls a tight second over conceding just four singles as Trinidad reach 73 for two after 10 overs.
Bravo looks set to bat till the end, scoring 35 from 30 balls, while Mohammed is on 13 from 15 balls.
Trinidad 69-2 (9 overs) vs Sunrisers
Perera starts with two dot balls to Mohammed before the left-hander hits it through point for two runs and then gets one. Bravo and Mohammed take a single from the last two balls to get five runs from the over.
Trinidad 64-2 (8 overs) vs Sunrisers
Leg-spinner Amit Mishra comes into the attack. Bravo sweeps the first ball fine for two runs before getting a single from the next. Mohammed then late cuts the third ball and finds the gap between point and short thirdman for a boundary before driving it down to long-off for a single.
Eight runs from Mishra's first over as Trinidad continue to score freely to reach 64 for two after eight overs.
Trinidad 56-2 (7 overs) vs Sunrisers
Vihari is taken off after just one over and he makes way for all-rounder Thisara Perera. Bravo gets a lucky four as Vihari misjudges the bounce on the cover boundary and lets the ball go through. The left-hander takes a single from the last ball to get six runs from that over.
Trinidad 50-2 (6 overs) vs Sunrisers
Bravo is targetting Ishant. He lofts a full wide delivery over the cover region for a four before hitting the next over mid-off for the same result and then takes a single.
Ishant then checks Trinidad's progress with the wicket of Lewis, who tries to nudge the outgoing delivery but gets an edge to be caught behind for 22 from 14 balls.
Lewis and Bravo lifted Trinidad after a wicket off the first ball as they put on 49 runs from 5.3 overs for the second wicket.
Jason Mahmood gets a single from the last ball as Trinidad reach 50 for two after six overs.
Trinidad 40-1 (5 overs) vs Sunrisers
Shikhar Dhawan takes a gamble by bringing in part-time off-spinner Hanuma Vihari. He starts with a rank long hop which Lewis hammers through his favourite extra cover region for a boundary. The next ball is an exact action replay of the first and Lewis is again to despatch it through the covers for a four which takes his score to 22 from nine balls.
Trinidad looking comfortable on 40 for one after six overs. Lewis is on 22 from 13 balls and Bravo on 15 from 16 balls.
Trinidad 32-1 (4 overs) vs Sunrisers
Bravo is not holding back either as he heaves Ishant over mid-on for the first six of the match. Ishant then bowls a quick bouncer which Bravo tries to pull but misses as keeper Parthiv Patel has to jump high to pouch it. He takes two runs from the fifth ball to get eight runs from that over.
Trinidad 24-1 (3 overs) vs Sunrisers
Lewis hammers the first ball of Steyn's second over powerfully through the covers for his first boundary. He drives the next through the same region and this time gets three runs before Bravo one to mid-on.
Lewis gets his second boundary of the over as he again takes toll of some width and hits it through the off-side.
Trinidad have recovered after a wicket off the first ball to reach 24 for one in three overs.
Trinidad 10-1 (2 overs) vs Sunrisers
Ishant Sharma to bowl the second over. Bravo and Lewis take a single each from the first two balls before Ishant beats the former with two superb deliveries which bounce and move away from the left-hander.
Bravo then hits back as he lofts it down the ground through the vacant mid-on region for a four.
Trinidad 4-1 (1 over) vs Sunrisers
Pacer Dale Steyn to bowl the first over and he starts with a wicket. Lendl Simmons came down the track and tried a huge swing over the off-side but got only an edge to be caught behind.
New batsman Darren Bravo also goes after a wide delivery but misses before he takes a single to fine leg.
Evin Lewis gets a couple through midwicket off the last ball of that over.
20:13 Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Shikhar Dhawan has won the toss and elected to bowl against Trinidad and Tobago in the seventh match of the Champions League T20 in Mohali.
The start of the match has been delayed and it will begin at 2032 hours IST after rain delayed the first match of the day between Titans and Brisbane Heat.
Earlier, Titans beat Brisbane Heat by four runs courtesy of Marchant de Lange, who bowled a superb spell of three for 13 in four overs. The start of the match was delayed by nearly 45 minutes because of rain.
Heat: 119-10 (20 overs)
Titans: 123-10 (18.5 overs)
Morkel cleans up Chris Hartley (7) in the first ball of the penultimate over to provide one more twist.
Sabburg eases the pressure with a six off the fifth ball. So, 10 needed by Heat from the last over. De Lange to bowl.
Sabburg (19) is unfortunately run out while attempting a couple off the first ball. Matthew Gale (1) is run out of the second.
De Lange uproots McDermott's (2) stumps to earn Titans a four run win.
Heat: 104-6 (18 overs)
Titans: 123-10 (18.5 overs)
James Hopes makes 37 before hitting a Van der Merwe delivery straight to AB de Villiers at long off.
But the captain has done his job.
Chris Lynn (6) doesn't last long either, Wiese having him caught by Van der Merwe.
Heat need 30 runs in 15 balls with four wickets left. sabburg eases the pressure with successive boundaries.
Heat: 52-3 (10 overs)
Titans: 123-10 (18.5 overs)
De Lange strikes twice in his first over. The lanky paceman first has Peter Forrest (8) caught by Farhaan Behardien at square leg and then accounts for Cutting (0) in his first over, having him caught by Kuhn at cover.
Christian joins his captain and starts of with a six off Wiese.
Heat: 15-1 (3 overs)
Titans: 123-10 (18.5 overs)
Roelef van der Merwe will open the bowling for Titans and it will be James Hopes and Joe Burns first up for Heat. Hopes hits the first ball to the fence as five runs come off the over.
Morne Morkel to bowl with the second new ball. He gives away just a single.
Rowan Richards to bowl the third over. He strikes first ball, having Burns (0) caught by Marchant de Lange. Hopes eases the pressure with successive boundaries.
Titans: 123-10 (18.5 overs)
AB de Villiers (28) is also run out after a quick cameo, by Farhaan. D Wiese (5) is caught by Sabburg at midwicket off Christian.
Mangaliso Mosehle (6) also doesn't survive for long, Christian having him caught by Cutting at long off. Gale returns to account for Behardien (9), caught by Hauritz at fine leg and Morkel (0) - caught by Hartley - off successive balls.
Two balls later it is all over as Rowan Richards (0) is caught by Gale off his own bowling. Gale ends with figures of four for 10.
Titans, after a steady start, suffer a spectacular batting collapse to be all out for 123.
Titans: 93-4 (13 overs)
AB de Villiers, the captain has come in to join Davids at the crease. The latter albeit is run out by Hartley in the next over.
Davids' 31-ball 39 was inclusive of five boundaries and a six.
Roelef van der Merwe doesn't last long either, Nathan Hauritz having him caught by Burns even before he could open his account.
Titans: 74-2 (10 overs)
Hopes has bowled out his quota of overs, ending with figures of none for 26. Daniel Christian replaces his captain in the attack. Davids welcomes him with a boundary through fine leg.
Ben Cutting replaces McDermott (2-0-22-0) in the attack in the 10th over and strikes fourth ball, having Kuhn (31) caught by Christian.
Kuhn's 27-ball knock was inclusive of six boundaries and he helped his captain add 69 runs for the second wicket.
Titans: 48-1 (6 overs)
Hopes' second over is an expensive one, nine runs coming off it with Davids finding the fine leg fence.
Kuhn gets into the act in Gale's second over, hitting the bowler for successive boundaries. Hopes goes for 12 runs in his third over.
And Heat make the first bowling change in the sixth over, Alistair McDermott coming in place of Gale (2-0-10-1). Davids welcomes the new bowler with a huge six, the first of the innings, followed by a boundary.
Titans: 2-1 (2 overs)
The match, having been delayed by half an hour owing to a wet outfield, finally starts. No overs have albeit been lost.
Titans, who put up a formidable total in a losing cause against Chennai Super Kings, will have yet another opportunity to showcase their batting prowess.
Henry Davids and Jacques Rudolph come out to open the batting while it will be James Hopes opening the bowling for Heats.
Just one run off the first over. Matthew Gale to bowl with the second new ball. He strikes with his second ball, having Rudolph (1) caught by Chris Sabburg at cover. Early trouble for Titans here.
Heino Kuhn is the new batsman.
Brisbane Heat have won the toss and invited the Titans to bat first in their Champions League T20 game at Mohali.
"There's moisture on the surface," reasons Heat captain James Hopes.