39th match (N), Raipur, Apr 28 2013, Indian Premier League
(20 ov, target 165)149/4
Daredevils won by 15 runs
player of the match
David Warner
Delhi Capitals
end of over 2012 runs
PWI: 149/4CRR: 7.45 
Mithun Manhas2 (4)
Steven Smith17 (8)
Shahbaz Nadeem4-0-30-0
Ashish Nehra4-0-27-0

That's all we have for today. Cheers

"Disappointing with the ball in the last five," says Aaron Finch. "That cost us at the end of the day. We are a bit conservative in the chase, but we could have made up. Morne, Umesh and Nadeem bowled really well. We have got only ourselves to blame for where we find ourselves. We haven't been consistent. We need seven from seven to get to nine wins. We have nothing to lose now."

"We had a really good game," says Mahela Jayawardene. "We had to adjust to the wicket upfromt, which we did. Davey batted really well towards the end. The bowlers bowled really well. I thought 140-150 might have been par, 160 was pretty decent. We need to keep this momentum, keep working hard and get wins under our belt. We haven't been consistent, hopefully we can do that now."

"To bat through is the role I have been given," says David Warner, the Man of the Match. "I am enjoying it. I just thought if I could get myself in and bat 20 overs, we could put a decent score on the board. We were always trying to get 10 an over for last five, sixty was bonus. You want the ball to follow you in the field, you want to be in the hot spots. You see Kohli, AB, they want to do that too. Hopefully we can take the momentum into the next game."

How good was that Umesh Yadav over? Yorker, yorker, slower-ball wicket, bouncer, slower short ball, the sharp bounce that got the big Yuvraj Singh wicket. Delhi move off the bottom of the table now. Pune inhabit that slot. Do hang around for quotes from the presentation

Nadeem to Manhas, 1 run

this makes it official. Manhas chips one to deep midwicket. Delhi have won by 15 runs

Nadeem to Manhas, no run

quick yorker, hit back to him

Nadeem to Smith, 1 run

nearly the yorker, Smith can't get under it. Only the single to deep cover. Delhi have won now

Nadeem to Smith, SIX runs

that's one of the four sixes needed. Nadeem bowls length for the first time, and he has launched this over wide long-on. Not sure Smith will get this length again

Nadeem to Smith, FOUR runs

this time he stands his ground but is yorked again. However, this one he has squeezed past short third for four

Nadeem to Smith, no run

Smith charges at him to york himself up. Dug out back to him

Last over coming up. Is there a last twist in store? Nadeem to bowl. Had Yuvraj been here, this would have been interesting

end of over 197 runs
PWI: 137/4CRR: 7.21 RRR: 28.00 • Need 28 runs from 6b
Mithun Manhas1 (2)
Steven Smith6 (4)
Ashish Nehra4-0-27-0
Umesh Yadav4-0-24-2
Nehra to Manhas, no run

moves too far across, looking to pull it behind square, misses a straight, short-of-a-length delivery

Nehra to Smith, 1 run

Smith is charging, gets a high full toss, gets only a single to long-off

Nehra to Manhas, 1 run

Delhi bowler to Delhi batsman. Manhas is backing away, Nehra follows him, concedes just the single

Nehra to Smith, 1 run

looks to swipe this, gets a single off the inside edge

Nehra to Smith, no run

slower ball, beats the almighty slow from Smith

Nehra to Smith, FOUR runs

Smith might have other idea. Plays the pick-up to a length ball on the pads, clears short fine leg with ease

Thirty-five to get off two overs. Not happening