After 17 overs Delhi Daredevils completes ..

Grant Boone
April 12, 2018

But the groundsmen worked over time once the rains cleared and Delhi was given a target of 70 runs in six overs. With some superb bowling from Royals bowlers, the hosts restricted Daredevils to 60/4 and registered their first win of the season.

Delhi started handsomely with a couple of quick wickets of D'Arcy Short and Ben Stokes. Ben Laughlin proved to be the hero with the ball for RR as he picked two key wickets and conceded 20 runs in two overs.

"It is not the 200 run kind of wicket but 160-170 would be achievable because ball would come nicely on to the bat". But RR still had power hitters left.

After nine overs RR 77/2.In overs 13.4 Shahbaz Nadeem struck again, Ajinkya Rahane gone for 45. Unexpected showers interrupted the game at the Sawai Mansingh stadium in Jaipur as Rajasthan Royals was still batting in the first innings at 153 for 5 in the 18th over. However, as soon as the rain stopped, play was resumed courtesy some good work by the ground staff. That's why we are chasing.

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A sacrifice fly by Pounders and double by Bryce Braddock followed. "It came at both a good and bad time this year", Steinard said. Clark Dean crushed a three-run home run to create an air of doubt in the stadium. "She's gifted up front", Steinard said.

IPL Live Score RR vs DD: Rajasthan Royals take on Delhi Daredevils in Jaipur. "There has not been much cricket on it but we have tried hard to sustain grass on it because it is this ingrown grass which binds the soil of the wicket", veteran curator Taposh Chatterjee said. Captain Gambhir decided, for some reason, that he didn't need to bat and sent Pant in instead. Full marks to Jaydev Unadkat and Dhaval Kulkarni for keeping their cool during the match. A deft leg-cutter caught the edge of Maxwell's bat to have him out for 17 as the visitors eventually fell 10 runs short, Rajasthan extending their winning streak to seven over the the Daredevils and recording their first win of IPL 11. Rishabh Pant and Glenn Maxwell took charge and found the boundaries on a consistent basis. Before he could cause further damage, the Australian Maxwell was caught by Royals wicketkeeper Jos Bauttler off Ben Laughlin in the fourth over. Chris Morris (17 not out) and Shreyas Iyer (0 not out) were at the crease.

"We have put the ball in BCCI's court and the board will now take a call on the issue", he added.

In the last over, Delhi required a staggering 25 runs which was always going to be an uphill task for the batsmen.

Delhi got off to the worst possible start as their star batsman Colin Munro got out for a diamond duck, the third batsmen in IPL history to do so. Buttler got clean bowled by Shami and the score remained the same.

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