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RR eyes play-off berth
Rajasthan Royals will look to close in on a play-off berth and consolidate their position in the points table when they take on a struggling Delhi...
Rajasthan Royals will look to close in on a play-off berth and consolidate their position in the points table when they take on a struggling Delhi Daredevils in the Pepsi Indian Premier League, here on Tuesday. Daredevils were routed by Sunrisers Hyderabad by six wickets in their previous encounter as their big-ticket stars once again failed to fire with the bat and folded up for a pathetic 80 runs, the second lowest total of the season after CSK's 79 against Mumbai Indians. Daredevils were living dangerously over the past few weeks with a couple of victories just about keeping their campaign alive in the tournament. But their chances are as good as over after they dished out yet another horrendous batting display. Virender Sehwag, Mahela Jayawardene and David Warner went out cheaply against Hyderabad but what was more surprising to watch was their atrocious shot selection. Daredevils had included two overseas all-rounders, Johan Botha and Jeevan Mendis, into their playing XI against Sunrisers to turn around their ebbing fortunes but the move did not produce the desired result. Only four of the Delhi batsmen managed to touch the double-digit mark in what can only be described as a meek surrender. Considering there is nothing to lose in the matches ahead with just six points from 11 matches, the Daredevils will look to play party poopers and upset the applecart of the Royals. The last time the two sides met on April 6 at the Feroze Shah Kotla stadium, Kevon Cooper had bowled a sensational final over, picking up two crucial wickets, to hand Rajasthan a thrilling five-run win over the hosts. Revenge would be on top of Daredevils' agenda but given their poor run in the competition and Royals 'home' record -- six wins out of six games -- the script is most likely to remain the same for the hosts.