Published: Sat, May 12, 2018
Medical | By Marta Holmes

Williamson continues run feast in IPL

Williamson continues run feast in IPL

Theoretically, they can still make it to playoffs provided they win their remaining games by big margins and other results too fall in their favour. But before we talk about the contest later today, let's talk about the interesting match yesterday between Delhi Daredevils and Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Pant then muscled pacer Siddharth Kaul's full toss to the deep midwicket boundary to bring up his maiden IPL ton in mere 56 balls before slamming Bhuvneshwar for two fours and three consecutive sixes to milk 26 off the final over. He looks every inch a star of the future. Earlier opting to bat, Delhi Daredevils posted a challenging 187 for 5 in stipulated 20 overs. Players like Pant, Iyer, Shaw and Boult have done well consistently for them.

The magnificent performance by the duo completely demoralised Delhi Daredevils and SRH would be pretty happy with their batsmen finally coming to the party.

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Williamson- Has been consistently scoring for his side across conditions. They have rarely dominated opponents, but they sit to of the IPL 2018 table because they have got into the happy habit of winning the close encounters. I think we didn't deserve to win this.

Tomorrow, Rajasthan Royals will take on Chennai Super Kings at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur.

Delhi Daredevils began on a disastrous note as they lost their top order cheaply, again! "The way the guys have responded under pressure has been outstanding and we will look to continue doing the same in the latter half of the tournament as well", Williamson told CNN-News 18. His 410 runs at an average of 51.25 have been crucial and the Hyderabad franchise must wrap him in cotton wool.

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Kane Williamson (83*) was Dhawan's faithful companion throughout most of the chase with Alex Hales (14) perishing earlier on.

The bowling attack is the best in the competition. "Sides batting first have won the last six games here and it shall be interesting to see if the chasing team can buck the trend", says Matthew Hayden. The match will begin at 8 pm. In Delhi's favour however, they have taken all four of their victories in the last six head-to-head encounters. When all five of a team's bowlers are bowling with such accuracy, there really is not much that can be done besides hope and pray that they go easy on them.

It, however, didn't prove to be well enough to restrict the table toppers SRH to reach the playoffs.

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