Delhi Capitals has got another chance of reaching the final

Delhi Capitals is a franchise team in the Indian Premier League but earlier, it was known by the Delhi Daredevils. The team is a founding member of the IPL but yet to play the final of the tournament. This time, the 12th season of the Indian Premier League is running and Delhi Capitals has got another chance! The chance of reaching the final and take the title for the first time.

The ongoing season of the Indian Premier League has to the end. Still, the 2nd qualifier and the final are ahead. Delhi Capitals played the ground stage very well and at the end, they grabbed the 3rd position. So, they had to play the eliminator round and their opponent was the 4th ranked holder team Sunrisers Hyderabad. Capitals won the eliminator round against SRH and now, they have got another chance to move to the final. This time, their opponent is the most successful team in IPL, Chennai Super Kings.

Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians played the first qualifier round where Mumbai Indians won by 6 wickets and confirmed their position into the final. Now, for the 2nd finalist, CSK and DC will face against each other in the 10th May 2019.

Delhi Capitals has got another chance

yesterday night, the eliminator round between SRH and DC took place where Delhi Capitals won the toss and decided to bowl first. So, Sunrisers Hyderabad came to bat. Saha and Guptill opened the innings for SRH but in 31 runs, Saha was gone. Top orders of the team played quite well and top five players got runs in the match. Guptill was the highest scorer who scored 36 runs so far. By losing eight wickets in selected 20 overs, Sunrisers Hyderabad scored 162 runs so far. Paul took three wickets highest for the team Capitals.

Later, Delhi Capitals came to chase the score. They opened well with Shaw and Dhawan. Dhawan added 17 runs only but Shaw added the highest 56 runs for the team. Later, Pant was there for the rest of the work and he added 49 runs into the scoreboard. The DC had to play 19.5 overs to reach the destination. The middle order and the lower order players of the team failed and so, they were about to lose the match. But finally, they did it but lost eight wickets as well.