12.45pm That's all we have in game 6 of the 2018 IPL, from a rainy Jaipur. Rajasthan have a win, Delhi don't. More IPL tomorrow, join us then.
12.31am It's not very loud in Jaipur, but Rajasthan are on the board. They successfully, and very clinically, defend 71 to beat the Delhi Daredevils for the seventh consecutive time in the IPL.
A few more minutes of rain may have meant this match would have been washed out, but not to be. We managed to get in a six-over game, with a 71-run target for Delhi. They could never get anything going right from the outset. Ben Laughlin was the best bowler for Rajasthan, culling the game with a match-changing 10 balls. That leaves Delhi to still get a win in this year's IPL.
Sanju Samson is the Man of the Match: "Feels amazing, we wanted a win at our home ground. It's about the preparation, we had four team camps."
Ajinkya Rahane: "Good way to start at home. We thought 71 was difficult to chase, focussing on things we could control. When we were batting, we thought 165 to 170 would be good. T20 is all about starting from zero, whether we win or lose."
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Gautam Gambhir: "It was a beautiful wicket to bat on. One of the flattest wickets. Thought if we could contain them to 170, we had a good chance. We had to go from ball 1. There are hardly any balls, difficult for our batsmen."
24 off 5 for Delhi. Morris on strike.
Right then, 25 off 6! Laughlin to bowl. 24 runs will take us to a Super Over.
Delhi need a boundary!
25 off 8. Mid-off comes up, always dangerous.
3 runs a ball now. Tension! Rahane is chatting with his bowler. Changes are being made to the field.
Guruprasad D: "35 off 12. Bring in DK now!"
35 off 12! 34 for a Super Over. Unadkat to bowl.
37 off 14 now. Very hard, under any conditions.
40 now, off 17.
42 off 18, an average of 14 an over. Pant on strike. Laughlin