Indian Premier League - 14th match

Delhi Daredevils v Sunrisers Hyderabad

Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 3 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)

"@RAshwin: As if Sehwag and Steyn play for the same team in international cricket." Ouch, Sreeyuth Lal. That's well spotted, but haven't you been told to not be cynical or realist in face of the hype in April and May? Anyway, Warner and Sehwag are here. Warner will take first strike. To Steyn. Here we go

7.55pm As we wait for the game to begin, let me tell you we aren't the only ones. R Ashwin is watching too, and tweeting, "Viru pa playing his first game,Dale Steyn will be charging in too.It all happens only here.#pepsiIPL"

"Kaul's profile talks about his "accurate line and length". Those aren't attirbutes for India's (or anyone's) Mohammed Sami." James, Sid Kaul looks a bit like Sami, and his action is similar, but he is not quite as quick as Sami. However, I have seen him bowl good spells of reverse swing, which is when the resemblance was striking

7.45pm I hear Sanga is under pressure and all that. Writes in Alex, "So Sanga plays again. You feel he can't have too many more failures before he makes way for Quinton de Kock following his recent form for the Lions"

Meanwhile, Anand Rajan is in for the Sunrisers. Unfortunately the goose laying golden eggs has been killed. The Double Dees are going in without Unmukt Chand. Siddarth kaul, India's own Mohammad Sami, is in too

7.35pm So we won't have to wait to see Sehwag. Hopefully, for the Double Dees, this won't be like the time Sehwag landed as the Indian saviour and scored a golden pair at Edgbaston in 2011

7.28pm The toss is expected in two minutes. Will Sehwag play?

All Sri Lanka affair at the toss. Mahela and Kumar. Almost a domestic tussle out in the open. Mahela says they need to do the basics right. Kumar says Shikhar Dhawan is still a week from match fitness. Mahela has won the toss and the Double Dees are going to bat first. The big news is, Sehwag is back, and says Mahela, "with a smile on his face"

Virender Sehwag is expected to make his first appearance in IPL 2013, with his team desperate to get on the points table after three defeats. Siddarth Ravindran's preview to the game will get you up to speed to everything you need to know before the toss.

While you wait for the toss, here's last evening episode of The Huddle, where former KKR boy Aakash Chopra talks about the Fake IPL player and the multiple-captain theory that went wrong. Former England seamer and fulltime KKR fan Isa Guha chimes in about KKR's strong foreign contingent, while Jarrod Kimber and Sambit Bal make a surprise entrance, straight from the RCB v KKR game at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, with fancy beer goggles. Tune in for more Huddle fun today, at 7 30 PM IST.

More reading material to keep you hooked - Harsha Bhogle makes a pertinent point in his latest column: The IPL is a good launchpad for fringe players, but it can't replace good, old-fashioned first-class grind. Stat-czar S Rajesh goes behind the IPL numbers in today's Numbers Game, and marvels at how low-scoring IPL 2013 has been so far.

Andrew Fidel Fernando narrates the stirring tale of how cricket has thrived in the north of Sri Lanka, through the war and after. Also, a lovely rewind to 1997, when an enraged Inzamam-ul-Haq jumped into the stands in Toronto to attack a man who taunted him with a megaphone. Safi Thind narrates the tale on The Cordon.

Delhi are sure to turn the corner sometime soon, and today might be the day. Predict the result of this match on the Tata Motors T20 predictor, and you could be in line for some fabulous prizes. It's also time to update your Fantasy side - is Sehwag a shoo-in today? He could single-handedly win you the daily prize.

0.1

Steyn to Warner, no run, full, swinging in towards off at 144ks, driven nicely to mid-off

0.2

Steyn to Warner, no run, full and swingng in again, driven nicely again, but Sanga makes a nice diving save at short extra

0.2

Steyn to Warner, no run, pitched up outside off, driven to mid-off

0.3

Steyn to Warner, no run, this one dies on its way to the keeper. Bowled a little shorter than the previous two, and Warner is caught on the crease, and is beaten on the inside edge

0.4

Steyn to Warner, OUT, Warner keeps the proud Delhi-Duck tradition going. Has taken from not right where Chand left, but he has scored a duck nonetheless. Looks to drive hard at this one, the ball swings and hits the inside half of the bat and lobs to mid-on

DA Warner c Anand Rajan b Steyn 0 (2m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

In comes captain Mahela Jayawardene

0.5

Steyn to Jayawardene, no run, superb delivery. That's a Test-match delivery, but not quite Test-much keeping from Parthiv Patel. Perhaps he is not used to this kind of swing. Steyn bowls a perfect outswinger, Jaywardene pushes at the length, gets a solid edge to Parthiv's right, but he seems to have followed the angle and his weight is towards leg before he changes direction and dives wide of off. He gets a hand to this but the catch doesn't stick

0.6

Steyn to Jayawardene, no run, superb bowling. Wicket-maiden. Another outswinger, the edge is soft this time, but White does really well to dive to his right at second slip and field this

End of over 1 (wicket maiden) Delhi Daredevils 0/1 (RR: 0.00)
DPMD Jayawardene    0* (2b)      DW Steyn    1-1-0-1
V Sehwag    0* (0b)     

Delhi to Delhi. Sharma to Sehwag

1.1

Sharma to Sehwag, 1 run, risky run to get off the mark. Pushed hard to mid-off, and charges off. No direct hit, though

1.2

Sharma to Jayawardene, no run, short of a length, just outside off, defended off the back foot

1.3

Sharma to Jayawardene, no run, length ball, on off, moving in a bit, defended back to him

Sehwag is not wearing his spectacles

1.4

Sharma to Jayawardene, SIX, length ball, on the pads, Mahela plays a nice little pick-up shot over square leg. Gets a lot of height on this, but enough distance to clear the field

1.5

Sharma to Jayawardene, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, dabbed towards point, and Sehwag calls him through for one

1.6

Sharma to Sehwag, FOUR, short of a length, wide, Sehwag flays at it, gets a thick edge, wide of slip

End of over 2 (12 runs) Delhi Daredevils 12/1 (RR: 6.00)
V Sehwag    5* (2b 1x4)      I Sharma    1-0-12-0
DPMD Jayawardene    7* (6b 1x6)      DW Steyn    1-1-0-1

"Probably Ashwin believes that Sehwag won't play intl. cricket again :P" Ajith, that's sharp. Thankfully, it's not the captain tweeting. I hear he has been pretty active on twitter

2.1

Steyn to Jayawardene, no run, this one doesn't swing. Mahela is beaten on the inside edge, but this is headed down leg, and so the appeal is denied

2.2

Steyn to Jayawardene, 1 leg bye, another non-swinger, and this time he gets a leg-bye

2.3

Steyn to Sehwag, 1 leg bye, short of a length, angling in, beats the flick, but another leg-bye ensues

2.4

Steyn to Jayawardene, no run, short of a length, on off, no room, defended off the back foot

James: "So far, Sehwag is following Geoff Boycott's advice (probably a first!). "Best way to play fast bowlin' is from t'non striker's end""

2.5

Steyn to Jayawardene, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, steered to third man for one

2.6

Steyn to Sehwag, 1 run, dug in short, at 141ks, doesn't quite come on to the bat, though, and Sehwag has to delay his attempt to ramp him, and ends up playing towards square third man for one

End of over 3 (4 runs) Delhi Daredevils 16/1 (RR: 5.33)
V Sehwag    6* (4b 1x4)      DW Steyn    2-1-2-1
DPMD Jayawardene    8* (10b 1x6)      I Sharma    1-0-12-0

Thisara Perera replaces Sharma

3.1

Perera to Sehwag, FOUR, and is despatched first ball. Short, wide, gentle pace, and Sehwag leans back to cut it powerfully to the left of point and to the right of third man

3.2

Perera to Sehwag, no run, short, not too wide, Sehwag goes for the cut, but is beaten by the lack of room

3.3

Perera to Sehwag, 1 run, throws his bat at a wide length ball, gets a thick edge to third man for one

3.4

Perera to Jayawardene, no run, short, wide, moving away slightly, beats Jayawardene on the cut

3.5

Perera to Jayawardene, no run, short and wide again, and Perera gets away again. This has been only lucky over. Cut straight to point

3.6

Perera to Jayawardene, FOUR, not lucky this time. Slower ball, full and wide, and Jayawardene has driven this through the packed of-side field. To the right of cover. An over that deserved to go for much more than the nine it eventually did

End of over 4 (9 runs) Delhi Daredevils 25/1 (RR: 6.25)
DPMD Jayawardene    12* (13b 1x4 1x6)      NLTC Perera    1-0-9-0
V Sehwag    11* (7b 2x4)      DW Steyn    2-1-2-1

Sharma gets a change of ends

4.1

Sharma to Sehwag, no run, short of a length, just outside off, Sehwag punches at thin air as he is beaten by the bounce

Ameya: "Delhi could have been 0-2 had Parthiv consumed Complan in his childhood!!"

4.2

Sharma to Sehwag, 1 run, dug in short, he rides the bounce, bunts this into the leg side, and races away for a single

4.3

Sharma to Jayawardene, OUT, Sharma gets Jayawardene. A shot perhaps borne out of pressure of slow scoring? Just short of a length this is, and Jayawardene has made up his mind this has to go. However, it is not full enough for the straight loft, and he gets too under it, and skies it to mid-on. They check for the no-ball, but Ishant is good. Not by much, but he is

DPMD Jayawardene c Steyn b Sharma 12 (16m 14b 1x4 1x6) SR: 85.71

4.4

Sharma to Sehwag, OUT, Sharma on a hat-trick. Delhi people are going after Delhi people everywhere. Sehwag punches at a wide one, gets a thick edge, White is placed superbly at a wide slip, and he takes a tumbling one

V Sehwag c White b Sharma 12 (21m 10b 2x4 0x6) SR: 120.00

4.5

Sharma to Botha, no run, length ball, just outside off, defended to point

4.6

Sharma to Botha, 2 runs, wide length ball, he pushes at it, gets an edge, a soft one, and it falls in front and to the left of second slip

End of over 5 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 28/3 (RR: 5.60)
J Botha    2* (2b)      I Sharma    2-0-15-2
MC Juneja    0* (0b)      NLTC Perera    1-0-9-0

Anand Rajan is back

5.1

Anand Rajan to Juneja, no run, widish length ball, left alone. This one bounces in front of the keeper

5.2

Anand Rajan to Juneja, 1 run, short of a length, middle and leg, he gets inside the line to work it to leg

5.3

Anand Rajan to Botha, no run, half-volley outside off, driven nicely but straight to mid-off

Suween: "Placing Cameron White at wide slip was a brilliant move by Sangakkara. Sanga's captaincy has earned him his place in the team."

5.4

Anand Rajan to Botha, no run, short of a length, just outside off, punched to point

5.5

Anand Rajan to Botha, no run, left alone. And this is straight too, but headed down leg. Only slightly but still

5.6

Anand Rajan to Botha, no run, defended back to him

End of over 6 (1 run) Delhi Daredevils 29/3 (RR: 4.83)
J Botha    2* (6b)      Anand Rajan    1-0-1-0
MC Juneja    1* (2b)      I Sharma    2-0-15-2

6.1

Sharma to Juneja, no run, on a length, just outside off, defended off the front foot

6.2

Sharma to Juneja, no run, wrsitily flick from just outside off, straight to mid-on

6.3

Sharma to Juneja, 2 runs, nicely played. All Indian wrists in there. Takes this length ball from outside off and whips it between mid0on and midwicket. On the walk too

6.4

Sharma to Juneja, 1 run, short, doesn't get up, runs this down to third man

6.5

Sharma to Botha, no run, short of a length, widish, holds its line there and beats his drive

6.6

Sharma to Botha, no run, short, wide, gets away with it as this is cut straight to point

End of over 7 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 32/3 (RR: 4.57)
J Botha    2* (8b)      I Sharma    3-0-18-2
MC Juneja    4* (6b)      Anand Rajan    1-0-1-0

chan: "Maybe they need to change the name from "Delhi Daredevils" to "Delhi Ducks".. its still "Double Dees" as Dan Morrison would like to call.."

Amit Mishra into the attack

7.1

Mishra to Juneja, no run, length ball, turning away slightly. He looks to cut, but is cramped

7.2

Mishra to Juneja, 1 run, tossed up wide, teasing him, Juneja goes hard at it, gets an edge into Patel's pad

7.3

Mishra to Botha, no run, flatter, just outside off, defended

7.4

Mishra to Botha, 1 run, slower, fuller, 86ks, punched away to sweeper-cover

7.5

Mishra to Juneja, 1 run, worked to leg from wide outside off for a single

7.6

Mishra to Botha, no run, nicely flighted, on off, turning away slightly, pushed to cover. Four overs without a boundary now

End of over 8 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 35/3 (RR: 4.37)
J Botha    3* (11b)      A Mishra    1-0-3-0
MC Juneja    6* (9b)      I Sharma    3-0-18-2

Kartik: "Virender Sehwag should be the brand ambassador of IRCTC both always fails to open"

8.1

Anand Rajan to Juneja, 2 runs, driven, in front of his body, but hit powerfully enough to elude the outstretched hand of the bowler, and they charge back for the second

8.2

Anand Rajan to Juneja, no run, nicely driven, but straight to short extra cover

Pradeep Ghosh: "It seems the presence of the Bombay Duck (Agarkar) in the squad has given birth to the Delhi Duck."

8.3

Anand Rajan to Juneja, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, dabbed away to third man for one

Kalyan: "Show some support to Delhi! Instead of writing - "Four overs without a boundary now", least you could write is "Three overs without a wicket now""

8.4

Anand Rajan to Botha, 2 runs, gets across to play this. The bounce cramps him up, but he manages to mis-time it wide of long leg, and has time to come back for the second

8.5

Anand Rajan to Botha, FOUR, wide length ball, nicely played. He moves forward into the drive, opens the face late, and it races off the bat to beat third man

8.6

Anand Rajan to Botha, OUT, throws away his wicket. Just before the timeout. Short, widish, but doesn't quite come on. A bit of tennis-ball bounce. Botha fails to keep the cut down, and finds point to perfection

J Botha c Reddy b Anand Rajan 9 (19m 14b 1x4 0x6) SR: 64.28

Abhinav: "You mention boundaries, someone mentions wickets and Delhi gives us both in the 9th over!!"

End of over 9 (9 runs) Delhi Daredevils 44/4 (RR: 4.88)
     Anand Rajan    2-0-10-1
MC Juneja    9* (12b)      A Mishra    1-0-3-0

9.1

Mishra to Juneja, 1 run, flat, middle and leg, defended to leg, takes a single

Usman: "Perfect timing with ur support Kalyan. But still it has been more than 8 overs without a duck now."

Irfan Pathan is the new batsman. There is a slip in for him

9.2

Mishra to Pathan, no run, flighted on off, pushed back to him

9.3

Mishra to Pathan, 1 run, driven to long-off for a single this time

9.4

Mishra to Juneja, no run, tossed up, on off, defended off the back foot

9.5

Mishra to Juneja, no run, plays across the line, Mishra beats him with the legbreak, but it is clearly pitched on off, and is missing the stumps

9.6

Mishra to Juneja, no run, short of a length, on off, punched to point

End of over 10 (2 runs) Delhi Daredevils 46/4 (RR: 4.60)
MC Juneja    10* (16b)      A Mishra    2-0-5-0
IK Pathan    1* (2b)      Anand Rajan    2-0-10-1

Steyn is back

10.1

Steyn to Pathan, no run, length ball, just outside off, pushed to cover

10.2

Steyn to Pathan, no run, short of a length, outside off, pushed to point

Goes round the stumps

10.3

Steyn to Pathan, no run, full and fast, and angling in, defended back to him

10.4

Steyn to Pathan, no run, dug in short this time, angling in towards the chest, fended off the back foot

Back over the stumps. Short square leg is in

10.5

Steyn to Pathan, FOUR, bouncer, Pathan goes for the pull despite being forward, and gets a top edge, which flies over the keeper's head

10.6

Steyn to Pathan, 1 run, dug in short, into the ribs, fended to leg for a single

End of over 11 (5 runs) Delhi Daredevils 51/4 (RR: 4.63)
IK Pathan    6* (8b 1x4)      DW Steyn    3-1-7-1
MC Juneja    10* (16b)      A Mishra    2-0-5-0

11.1

Mishra to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, on the stumps, worked to leg off the back foot

11.2

Mishra to Juneja, 1 run, flighted on off, again wristed to leg for a single

11.3

Mishra to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, a bit too short, pulled away to deep midwicket

11.4

Mishra to Juneja, 1 run, flighted on off, driven to sweeper-cover for one

11.5

Mishra to Pathan, 2 runs, full, middle and leg, worked wide of deep square leg for a couple

11.6

Mishra to Pathan, 1 run, length ball, turning in towards leg, pushed to deep midwicket for a single

End of over 12 (7 runs) Delhi Daredevils 58/4 (RR: 4.83)
IK Pathan    11* (12b 1x4)      A Mishra    3-0-12-0
MC Juneja    12* (18b)      DW Steyn    3-1-7-1

12.1

Anand Rajan to Pathan, no run, short of a length, outside off, beats the push, bounces in front of the keeper

12.2

Anand Rajan to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, into the ribs, worked to fine leg

Rajan's jersey number is 999

12.3

Anand Rajan to Juneja, 1 run, steered away to third man for one

12.4

Anand Rajan to Pathan, 1 wide, wide down the leg side

12.4

Anand Rajan to Pathan, no run, short of a length, no room, middle and off, defended back to him

12.5

Anand Rajan to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, down the leg side, gets a single to fine leg

12.6

Anand Rajan to Juneja, 2 runs, short, too short, pulled away in the air, and wide of midwicket. Gets a couple

End of over 13 (6 runs) Delhi Daredevils 64/4 (RR: 4.92)
MC Juneja    15* (20b)      Anand Rajan    3-0-16-1
IK Pathan    13* (16b 1x4)      A Mishra    3-0-12-0

13.1

Mishra to Pathan, 1 run, short, not too wide, cut away to deep cover

13.2

Mishra to Juneja, no run, tossed up on off, Juneja tries the big sweep and is beaten

13.3

Mishra to Juneja, OUT, goes for the big drive outside off, not quite to its pitch, and gets a thick edge to point. One for goes. Surely he would have scored more with an "ad" in his name instead of "un"

MC Juneja c White b Mishra 15 (42m 22b 0x4 0x6) SR: 68.18

Talking of great names, here is a Ranji triple-centurion. Kedar Jadhav

13.4

Mishra to Jadhav, 1 run, short of a length, on off, punched down to long-on

13.5

Mishra to Pathan, no run, flighted on off, slower through the air, defended back to him

13.6

Mishra to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, just outside off, cut away to sweeper-cover

End of over 14 (3 runs) Delhi Daredevils 67/5 (RR: 4.78)
IK Pathan    15* (19b 1x4)      A Mishra    4-0-15-1
KM Jadhav    1* (1b)      Anand Rajan    3-0-16-1

14.1

Perera to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, on off, pushed to cover for one

14.2

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, short of a length, wide, cut away to sweeper-cover

14.3

Perera to Pathan, 1 run, tucked away off the hip for a single

14.4

Perera to Jadhav, no run, short of a length, on off, defended to point

James: "1-15 and no boundaries conceded. Top stuff from Mishra."

14.5

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, short, into the body, pulled away to deep square

revathi: "After Jayawardane, every one of delhi batsmen bats at least one place too high for them - Delhi really miss one or two good Indian batsmen in their squad"

14.6

Perera to Pathan, 1 run, length ball outside off, swiped away to long-on for one

End of over 15 (5 runs) Delhi Daredevils 72/5 (RR: 4.80)
IK Pathan    18* (22b 1x4)      NLTC Perera    2-0-14-0
KM Jadhav    3* (4b)      A Mishra    4-0-15-1

15.1

Anand Rajan to Pathan, no run, short of a length, on off, pushed back to him

15.2

Anand Rajan to Pathan, 1 run, full, on off, driven to long-off

15.3

Anand Rajan to Jadhav, 1 run, steered away to third man

Akshay Shukla: "Jadhav has Better strike rate and is a better batsman still comes after Irfan...."

15.4

Anand Rajan to Pathan, 1 run, full, middle and leg, driven to long-on

15.5

Anand Rajan to Jadhav, 1 run, short of a length, widish, dabbed away to third man

15.6

Anand Rajan to Pathan, no run, full toss, outside off, misses out as he has hit it straight to point

Time for time-out

End of over 16 (4 runs) Delhi Daredevils 76/5 (RR: 4.75)
IK Pathan    20* (26b 1x4)      Anand Rajan    4-0-20-1
KM Jadhav    5* (6b)      NLTC Perera    2-0-14-0

Sharma comes back

16.1

Sharma to Jadhav, (no ball) FOUR, is this the freeing the shackles? Sharma not only oversteps, but is also cut away for four. To the right of third man. Takes from in front of the stumps by backing away

Free hit coming up

16.1

Sharma to Jadhav, SIX, Sharma bowls a slower ball right in the slot. Jadhav has picked it early and launched it back over his head. Eleven off one legal delivery this over

16.2

Sharma to Jadhav, no run, slower short ball, Jadhav looks to run it down to third man, but is beaten by the slowness this time

16.3

Sharma to Jadhav, 1 run, short of a length, on off, steered away to third man

16.4

Sharma to Pathan, 1 run, another slower ball, shortish, outside off, punched away for a single

16.5

Sharma to Jadhav, 1 run, walks down at him, Sharma digs this in short, cut away to deep point for one

16.6

Sharma to Pathan, 1 wide, full and wide, out of Pathan's reach, and is called wide. Slightly harsh for mine

16.6

Sharma to Pathan, 1 wide, wide full toss, and this one is a big wide, and called again

Sharma went for 18 in his first three overs, but has conceded 16 in this one already

16.6

Sharma to Pathan, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, punched to point. Finally, the over ends

End of over 17 (17 runs) Delhi Daredevils 93/5 (RR: 5.47)
IK Pathan    22* (28b 1x4)      I Sharma    4-0-35-2
KM Jadhav    17* (11b 1x4 1x6)      Anand Rajan    4-0-20-1

17.1

Perera to Pathan, 1 run, slower ball, a proper offbreak, turning from outside leg, gets a leading edge towards mid-off

17.2

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, length ball outside off, driven to long-on

17.3

Perera to Pathan, OUT, Pathan has picked out deep midwicket. This was in the slot, on a length and on the pads. Pathan plays the pick-up shot, but doesn't get enough on in, and has found out the fielder in the deep

IK Pathan c Vihari b Perera 23 (42m 30b 1x4 0x6) SR: 76.66

17.4

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, full outside off, steered to third man for one

17.5

Perera to Morkel, OUT, short, wide, upper-cut away, finds third man. Another golden duck for Delhi who have been finding fielders to perfection

M Morkel c Ashish Reddy b Perera 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

17.6

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, full, on off, driven to long-off

End of over 18 (4 runs) Delhi Daredevils 97/7 (RR: 5.38)
KM Jadhav    20* (14b 1x4 1x6)      NLTC Perera    3-0-18-2
S Nadeem    0* (0b)      I Sharma    4-0-35-2

18.1

Steyn to Jadhav, 1 run, slower ball, on the pads, worked away to fine leg for one

18.2

Steyn to Nadeem, OUT, Steyn, you beauty. Too good an outswinger for a tailender. It's actually bowled cross-seam, but behaves like a perfect outswinger. Pitches middle and off, Nadeem has his outside edge beaten, and the off stump flattened. Another golden duck

S Nadeem b Steyn 0 (2m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

"A Duck after exactly 16 Overs!! Cheers for Delih!!!" Brajesh, now you have got two

Yadav is in now

18.3

Steyn to Yadav, no run, full and straight, defended back to him

A slip is in

18.4

Steyn to Yadav, no run, short of a length, on off, defended off the front foot

18.5

Steyn to Yadav, 1 wide, short of a length, too far down the leg side, called wide

viswam21: "IPL introduces a new cap .. GOLDEN cap and it goes to DELHI!!"

18.5

Steyn to Yadav, 1 run, quick, short of a length, on off, bunted into the off side for one

18.6

Steyn to Jadhav, 1 run, backs away to cut a short ball to third man for one

Steyn has just bowled the most economical four-over spell of this year's IPL

End of over 19 (4 runs) Delhi Daredevils 101/8 (RR: 5.31)
KM Jadhav    22* (16b 1x4 1x6)      DW Steyn    4-1-11-2
UT Yadav    1* (3b)      NLTC Perera    3-0-18-2

Last over coming up

19.1

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, driven to long-on for one

19.2

Perera to Yadav, 1 run, full, outside off, driven to long-on

19.3

Perera to Jadhav, no run, nearly a yorker, outside off, dug out, but he gets in a dot

19.4

Perera to Jadhav, SIX, nice shot. This is a half-volley, possibly a yorker gone wrong, he goes deep into the crease and lofts this straight back over Perera's head

19.5

Perera to Jadhav, 1 run, slugged away to long-on. Yadav tries to come back for the second, but there isn't enough time for that

19.6

Perera to Yadav, FOUR, Yadav slogs, Mishra misfields at short fine leg, and concedes three extras

Despite those three extra runs, this is a pretty pedestrian total, and that too thanks to Jadhav's late boost. Sunrisers will be loving it so far. We will be back soon with the chase

End of over 20 (13 runs) Delhi Daredevils 114/8
UT Yadav    6* (5b 1x4)      NLTC Perera    4-0-31-2
KM Jadhav    30* (20b 1x4 2x6)      DW Steyn    4-1-11-2
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Photos

Apr 12, 2013

Amit Mishra drives one down the ground, Delhi Daredevils v Sunrisers Hyderabad, IPL, Delhi, April 12, 2013

Amit Mishra drives one down the ground

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Apr 12, 2013

Morne Morkel erupts after taking a wicket, Delhi Daredevils v Sunrisers Hyderabad, IPL, Delhi, April 12, 2013

Morne Morkel erupts after taking a wicket

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