END OF OVER:
20 | 9 Runs | DC: 157/4 (7 runs required, RR: 7.85)

  • Kedar Jadhav63 (34b)
  • Saurabh Tiwary26 (25b)
  • Ishant Sharma4-0-39-0
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar4-0-20-1

11.30pm Kedar Jadhav did everything right initially, as Daredevils' top order didn't do all the right things in the beginning, and got the chase under control. But he lost his timing in the second half and Sunrisers' bowlers bowled very well, in the right areas with the right field to get the match back in their favour. Which means Delhi Daredevils have been knocked out as well...

JP Duminy: With three overs to go I thought we had a chance but Bhuvi bowled exceptionally and changed the game. They batted extremely well and ran between the wickets, kept us on our toes. 160 was definitely chaseable and we lost too many wickets upfront. Kedar batted exceptionally well but things didn't go our way. The pitch was slightly sticky at times.

David Warner: Good fight back from us after the first six overs. 150-160 was going to be par and a great innings Moises played there, great support from Karn and Bhuvi. We had to take early wickets and credit to de Kock's innings, he took us by surprise. Credit goes to Ishant for the way he came back after the game against Chennai. With two set batsmen, legspin would've come on the bat nicely in the end, I had given Karn a break initially. If a few decisions had gone our way initially the situation would have been different for us. Unfortunate for Steyn and Boult to miss out.

Man of the Match Henriques: Nice to get an extended run in the team which makes one feel more comfortable. Early on I was struggling a bit in the innings and was looking to take the innings deeper by batting more and more. Last game Morgs came off and this time it happened to me, so nice to see the team chipping in. I'm not as nervous now as I used to be, it's a game of cricket and I try to enjoy that. Bhuvi bowled very well in the end and that swung the game in our way.

That's all from us on this Saturday night. Join us on Sunday as well for the double-header as the league stage gets tighter and tighter to seal the playoff berths. Until then, good bye and good luck. This is Vishal D signing off, ciao!

Ravi: "Very poor captaincy from dumny... Daredevils deserve loss"

Nahush: "De Kock & Jadhav - 113 off 65 balls. Rest of DD - 40 off 55 balls."

Rakesh: "DD made a huge blunder in the tournament by giving too many chances to Mathews in place of Albie. Their first match strategy of playing Albie at No.3 was actually a good plan."

Chiranjeev: "I guess it was that single denied by JPD to QDK that changed the match in SRH's favor"

Teja: "Both teams were even except one has BK who can bowl yorkers at will." Where's the mark?

19.6
0
I Sharma to Jadhav, no run, it's a dot ball as KJ drills the full delivery down the ground and Ishant stops. He then throws the ball high in the air to celebrate. 16 conceded by him in his last two overs

Warner joins Ishant for the field again - fine leg and third man in the circle. Long on and long off in the deep

19.5
1
I Sharma to Tiwary, 1 run, full delivery now, doesn't time the slog on the leg side as it goes along the ground to deep midwicket
19.4
1
I Sharma to Jadhav, 1 run, dropped at short fine leg, very tough chance though. Poor short delivery, KJ mistimes it again and it went to the right of PK. He put in a dive but couldn't hold on to it when he landed and one more run
19.3
2
I Sharma to Jadhav, 2 runs, there's a run-out chance - KJ mistimed the pull off the short ball as it landed near the circle at midwicket region. They come back for the second by the time the fielder from the deep comes in and he doesn't get a direct hit

Warner and Ishant decide the field - fine leg is on, backward square leg is deep

19.2
1
I Sharma to Tiwary, 1 run, full on leg stump now, driven hard but straight to midwicket and they sneak in one
19.1
4
I Sharma to Tiwary, FOUR runs, full and straight, Tiwary drills that hard and fast all along the ground, straight past Ishant who stands in the middle of the pitch to watch that go for four

16 runs. Six balls. Here's Ishant Sharma...

Werries: "Again DD not utilizing Albie Morkel"

END OF OVER:
19 | 6 Runs | DC: 148/4 (16 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.78, RRR: 16.00)

  • Saurabh Tiwary20 (22b)
  • Kedar Jadhav60 (31b)
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar4-0-20-1
  • Ishant Sharma3-0-30-0
18.6
1lb
B Kumar to Tiwary, 1 leg bye, inswinging low full toss hits his foot in front of leg stump, Bhuvi appeals but it's going down leg and they take a leg bye
18.5
1
B Kumar to Jadhav, 1 run, full toss on the stumps, KJ mistimes the pull towards long on. Warner gets it, so only one
18.4
1
B Kumar to Tiwary, 1 run, inswinging yorker on the pads, low full toss actually and he clips it to deep square leg. Tiwary ran for two from the beginning but KJ was happy with one
18.3
1
B Kumar to Jadhav, 1 run, superb yorker under pressure on the off stump, he makes room and taps it to short third man

Rakesh: "It is funny how all are remembering Steyn and Boult when SRH are in danger. No one remembered them when SRH won the previous game!"

18.2
1lb
B Kumar to Tiwary, 1 leg bye, full toss deflects off the pad fine down leg, Ojha does great work to dive and keep it to two
18.1
1
B Kumar to Jadhav, 1 run, short ball is slapped down towards long on with a top edge, Warner launches a flat throw so they can't think of a second

Only seven from that over, 22 from 12 now. Bhuvi for his last over now

END OF OVER:
18 | 7 Runs | DC: 142/4 (22 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 7.88, RRR: 11.00)

  • Kedar Jadhav57 (28b)
  • Saurabh Tiwary19 (19b)
  • Ishant Sharma3-0-30-0
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar3-0-16-1
17.6
1
I Sharma to Jadhav, 1 run, 120kph, slower delivery towards the leg side to chase KJ as he makes room, inside edge hits the body and then goes fine on off for one
17.5
1
I Sharma to Tiwary, 1 run, low full toss on off is driven straight to extra cover
17.4
0
I Sharma to Tiwary, no run, gets the yorker but doesn't get the direct hit! Tiwary blocked the ball on leg and ran a long way for the single, Ishant picked it up and had a shy at the keeper's end but missed as the batsman was way outside the crease

Sameer Dharur: "This is the result of benching Trent Boult - who was having a great tournament - for 3 games straight."

17.3
0
I Sharma to Tiwary, no run, short ball angling away just outside off, Tiwary pulls and misses as it bounces over the bat
17.2
1
I Sharma to Jadhav, 1 run, doesn't move much and merely tucks the incoming delivery towards midwicket by closing the face of the bat for one
17.1
4
I Sharma to Jadhav, FOUR runs, comes down the track, pulls with a top edge and it goes right over the keeper for a lucky boundary

Ishant having a word with Bopara before his over...

wendywoo: "And this is exactly why Sunrisers need Dale Steyn!"

END OF OVER:
17 | 9 Runs | DC: 135/4 (29 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 7.94, RRR: 9.66)

  • Kedar Jadhav51 (25b)
  • Saurabh Tiwary18 (16b)
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar3-0-16-1
  • Praveen Kumar2-0-34-0
16.6
1
B Kumar to Jadhav, 1 run, fullish outside off again, driven down to long off for one
16.5
4
B Kumar to Jadhav, FOUR runs, slammed over point, four more! It was almost a half-volley outside off, he got some room too and went down on a knee to drive that square in the air for his fifty
16.4
0
B Kumar to Jadhav, no run, charges down this time but the away-swinging delivery from length beats his swing outside off

A 50 at last

37

Number of innings without an IPL half-century for Kedar Jadhav since getting an unbeaten 50 on IPL debut

A season of woes

18.6

Yuvraj's average in IPL 2015, his worst among all seasons. His strike rate of 117 is worse than all seasons except 2009

de Kock finds form

50

Quinton de Kock's score, his highest in 11 IPL innings. In 10 previous innings he had scored 159 runs

Twos galore

18

Number of twos in the Sunrisers' innings, which equals the highest in IPL 2015. Royals have done it twice, and Kings XI once this year

Close to his best

74*

Henriques' score, his second-best in all T20 games; he'd scored 77 for Sydney Sixers v Perth Scorchers in the 2015 Big Bash final

Moises' best

1

Number of 50-plus scores for Henriques in the IPL. His previous-highest before this innings was 44, for RCB v Sunrisers in 2013

Zaheer's bunny

4

Number of times Zaheer has dismissed Dhawan in the IPL; only Faulkner has dismissed him as many times

Warner's favourite venue

117

Runs scored by Warner, without being dismissed, in two previous IPL innings in Raipur. His combined SR in those innings was 175

Least-favoured opponent

1-4

Daredevils' win-loss record v Sunrisers, their worst among all opposition teams in the IPL