Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson will miss out on Tuesday’s IPL match against Chennai Super Kings, owing to personal reasons.Williamson has returned to New Zealand, it has been learnt.He is likely to rejoin the team ahead of Sunrisers’ next match against Rajasthan Royals in Jaipur on April 27.Bhuvneshwar Kumar will lead the side today in Williamson’s absence as he has done previously in the tournament when the Kiwi star missed out due to injury.SRH are currently in the fourth spot in the points table, with successive wins over CSK and KKR at home. They have five wins in nine games. CSK is at the top of the standings.Despite two consecutive losses, CSK still sit pretty at the top of the points table with 14 points from 10 games. However, they will like their top order to perform and secure a playoffs berth.But it will be a tough ask for them against SRH, who would be riding high on confidence after their comprehensive victory against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in Hyderabad.SRH, however, will be wary of the fact that Tuesday’s game would be the last match for their in-form opener Johnny Bairstow, who will be leaving to attend England’s training camp for the upcoming World Cup. Both David Warner and Bairstow have scored the bulk of the runs for the SRH and their middle-order has not performed — a fact well known to them and their opponents.With five wins from nine games, Sunrisers would want to continue with the winning momentum and move upwards in the points table.advertisementThe last time these two teams met in the ongoing IPL, SRH had secured a convincing six-wicket win at their home ground.