Cricket fans can watch the Delhi Daredevils make a bid for the IPL 2015 Top Four as they face the second-place Rajasthan Royals on Sunday, in the 35th match of this year’s Indian Premier League, looking not only to pass Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kolkata Knight Riders to take fourth place, but to get payback for an earlier defeat by Rajasthan.
To watch the Delhi Daredevils vs. Rajasthan Royals match live online from Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai, see the information at the bottom of this article.
After dropping the first two games of their IPL 2015 season — stretching their two-season futility streak to 11 — the Delhi side, captained by South African international J.P. Duminy, turned their season around winning four of their next six.
Most recently, on Friday, Duminy’s boys put a nine-wicket hurting on Kings XI Punjab in Delhi.
The Rajasthan Royals story this season has been almost a mirror image of Delhi’s. Streaking out of the gates to a five-game undefeated streak, the team hasn’t looked the same since, losing three in a row and suffering two no-result washouts in their last five.
The Royals, led by Captain Shane Watson, lost an eight-run decision to the seventh-place Mumbai Indians on Friday, hitting what may have been their lowest point of the season.
The Daredevils will try to ride a revamped bowling attack that now features pacer Zaheer Khan, who returned to cricket after a year off on Friday to take two wickets against KXIP. Australian fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile came up with arguably his best outing of IPL 2015, claiming four wickets.
The India-based site Cric HD may stream the match live online at this link. But viewers should be aware that the site carries large amounts of both pop-up and embedded ads that could cause browser crashes and other online slowdowns.
Viewers in India should try Star Sports to follow the Delhi Daredevils vs. Rajasthan Royals match live online while Cricket Gateway also carries the match outside the United States by clicking here. First ball is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. United States Eastern Time, 7:30 a.m. Pacific.
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