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Mahela Jaywardene won the toss for the Delhi Daredevils and elected to bat first. They made numerous changes to their side, in a big to change their fortunes around.
Sehwag opened the innings with captain Jayawardene, and got off to a flyer in the first few balls thanks for wayward bowling from Shaun Tait. Sehwag then missed a slower delivery from Faulkner, bowling him for 11 from 7 balls. From there on the normal Delhi top order collapse got going. Jayawardene tried to keep the innings together before giving his wicket away for 34 from 31 balls. Ben Rohrer coming back into the side showed some good character, and together with Jadhav, who has made a few good quick fire finishing innings this season, they took the Daredevils to a score of 154. Rohrer ending not out with his score on 64 from just 40 balls. Questions might be asked why he was not included in the side right from the start, might have been a different tournament for Delhi if he was. Tait was expensive in his comeback match, conceding 39 from his 3 overs.
Dravid and Rahane continued their good form, and showed the Daredevils just how bad they did bat on a pitch, that a score of 180 would have been par. They out on another 100 runs stand, before Dravid was caught by Agarkar off the bowling of Kaul, for a well played 53 from 48 balls. Rahane continued the assault, ending not out on 63 from 45 balls. Shane Watson gave some impotence towards the end, scoring a quick 28 from 14 balls. Royals passing the target with 13 balls remaining, a great boost for their net run rate, which will be important as we move towards the end of the tournament. Kaul and Negi were the only two bowlers for Delhi who showed decent figures, the rest all conceding above 10 runs per over.