IPL 2020 DC vs SRH LIVE Score Updates: Delhi Capitals reach maiden IPL 2020 finals; beats SRH by 17 runs in Qualifier 2

IPL 2020 DC vs SRH Updates: Delhi Capitals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 17 runs in the second Qualifier to reach their maiden final in the Indian Premier League on Sunday.

Delhi Capitals will face Mumbai Indians in the summit clash on Tuesday.

Brief Scores:

Delhi Capitals: 189 for 3 in 20 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 78, Marcus Stoinis 38, Shimron Hetmyer 42 not out; Rashid Khan 1/26).

Sunrisers Hyderabad: 172 for 8 in 20 overs (Kane Williamson 67, Abdul Samad 33; Kagiso Rabada 4/29, Marcus Stoinis 3/26).

DC wins by 17 runs; qualifies for IPL 2020 finals

Delhi Capitals have beaten Sunrisers Hyderabad by runs and they have reached the final for the first time in the tournament. Incredible effort from Shreyas Iyer’s army!


Rabada proves why he is the best. Takes three wickets on the 18th over to put the final naiil in the coffin for SRH as he packs off Samad, Rashid Khan and Sreevats Goswami to put Delhi on the brink of making it to the final.

SRH-168/8 after 19 overs; need more 22 from 6 balls

Rabada picks up 3 wickets in 1 over; SRH 8 down

And one more wicket for Rabada, short and slower, Goswami, the new man in, hoicks it and finds the fielder in the deep on the on side, gone for another duck is Goswami.

Rabada on fire; SRH go 7 down

Rabada gets two wickets on back to back balls. Terrific delivery from Rabada, fuller and Rashid hits it long on where Axar completes a fine catch

SRH go 6 down!

One ball after smashing Rabada for a six, Samad hit it to the fielder at long-off. Looks like game over for SRH now.

150 comes up for SRH

old-fashioned slogging by Rashid keeps SRH’s hopes alone. He got a six and four off those balls to make it a 12-run over. 

SRH-160/5 after 18 overs; need more 30 from 12 balls


Huge moment in the game as Stoinis removes Williamson and a masterclass comes to an end. From now on, Delhi should control the game and should look to enter the final.

SRH-148/5 after 17 overs; need more 42 from 18 balls

Big wicket for DC; SRH lose half their side

Williamson finds the fielder in the deep after a brilliant 67. It was wide from Stoinis and he sliced it to Rabada. FOW-147/5

Fifty partnership for Williamson-Samad!

Strategic Timeout taken

Ashwin back on. Two off the first ball courtesy an outside edge. DC need to bowl some economical overs but Williamson has kept the scoreboard ticking splendidly. 10 off it. And we go into time out.

SRH-139/4 after 16 overs; need more 51 from 24 balls


16 runs from the Nortje over. Nortje went short to Samad and Samad pulled that over the ropes for a six. Followed it up with a four the next ball. And then another four.

SRH-129/4 after 15 overs; need more 61 from 30 balls


Axar continues. Williamson reaches fifty two balls later. Axar finishes his spell with one wicket for 33.

SRH-113/4 after 14 overs; need more 77 from 36 balls

Fifty for Williamson!

Williamson gets 50 off 35. He is playing a lone hand but he has kept SRH in the game for now.


Williamson keeps the sixes rolling in. It is keeping SRH in touch with the chase. But Samad will have to get into the act soon enough.

SRH-104/4 after 13 overs


Axar Patel strikes and he ends Jason Holder’s stay at the crease as the West Indies captain holes it out in the deep and his struggle at the crease comes to an end.

SRH-95/4 after 12 overs

SRH 4 down

Holder finds the fielder in the deep. This will hurt SRH. Axar strikes. Just when SRH were finding some momentum, they lose a wicket.


It looked like it was going to be a very good over but then Williamson picked one from Rabada and deposited it beyond the ropes.

SRH-83/3 after 11 overs; need more 107 from 54 balls

We reach the halfway mark!

SRH-75/3 after 10 overs; need more 115 from 60 balls

Strategic Timeout taken!

Axar continues and Williamson plays a fine scoop to collecta  boundary at fine leg. Axar comes back well after being hit for that four off the first ball. Top save from Dubey in the deep. Nine off the over. Time for a strategic time out.

DC-64/3 after 9 overs; need more 126 from 66 balls


Top start from young spinner Praveen Dubey as he gives just three from his over and the required rate is hovering just around 12 rpo.

SRH-55/3 after 8 overs; need more 135 from 72 balls

Fifty comes up for SRH

Axar Patel comes into the attack now. Holder took a risky single with a tap to mid-wicket where a lousy Hetmyer messed it up. Could have been close had he collected it quickly. Three off the over, all singles.

SRH-52/3 after 7 overs; need more 138 from 78 balls

End of Powerplay!

Williamson and Holder can play the calm innings but today, they will need to do so much more. Can they overturn SRH’s fortunes?

SRH-49/3 after 6 overs

Two wickets in 1 over from Stoinis

Marcus Stoinis strikes twice as he removes Priyam Garg and then Manish Pandey to put Delhi on top. The fall of Pandey means, Kane Williamson needs to play a blinder to help Sunrisers qualify for the final.

SRH-44/3 after 5 overs

SRH go 3 down

Stoinis strikes again!!! This time Pandey is walking back. Disaster for SRH. Scrambled seam, came back into the batsman a bit again.

SRH go 2 down

Stoinis removes Garg with a fuller one, almost a yorker, swinging in and Garg completely missed it while playing a drive and the ball castles the stumps. SRH lose their second.


 t’s difficult to score off Rabada and both Pandey and Garg bank on singles and two to keep the scorecard ticking.

SRH-36/1 after 4 overs


SRH fighting fire with fire though. They aren’t just hanging around. One lovely straight drive by Pandey for 4 and then a six by Garg off a bouncer.

SRH-28/1 after 3 overs; need more 162 from 17 overs


Kagiso Rabada strikes with his very first delivery as he knocks out David Warner with an inswinging yorker. Manish Pandey walks in early to join Priyam Garg. SRH-17/1 after 2 overs

Rabada strikes; Warner falls cheaply

Rabada has done his magic, on just the first ball of the spell, a screaming yorker, curves back to Warner, he tried to get the feet out of the way, but the ball hit his pads and then struck the stumps, bails came off. SRH lose first wicket.

Explosive start from SRH!

No signs of nerves for Priyam Garg, playing his first IPL, as he slog sweeps Ashwin high over the deep square leg as Sunrisers begins its chase. Warner off the mark.

SRH-12/0 after 1 over

We are underway with SRH’s chase!

Garg and Warner walks out for SRH; Ashwin handed over the ball to start of proceedings for DC.

End of DC’s innings

DC-189/3 after 20 overs


Sandeep Sharma strikes and he traps Dhawan, who falls for a brilliant 50-ball 78. Rishabh Pant joins Hetmyer with Delhi aiming the magical 200-run mark.

DC-182/3 after 19 overs

Dhawan falls for a quickfire 50 balls 78

Dhawan departs after a superb knock. Tries the reverse sweep against a full-toss from Sandeep but misses his shot. Umpire raises the finger.


18 runs off the Holder over – 4 fours. This is not looking good for SRH. Dhawan has been superb for DC.

DC-176/2 after 18 overs

150 up for DC

T Natarajan comes in and he starts off with a single followed by a terrific six from Hetmyer. Four balls in and no yorker from the yorker specialist. He’s trying but the balls are ending up being low full-tosses. 13 off the over.

DC-158/2 after 17 overs


Rashid for his final over of the night. No big risk taken by both the batsmen. They know that they will have four overs to go hard after this. Six singles in this over. 26 runs from his four overs plus a wicket.

DC-145/2 after 16 overs

Costly from Nadeem

Expensive over by Nadeem, he finishes with figures of 0/48. Last five overs remaining, how much will Delhi want to finish with?

DC-139/2 after 15 overs


Shreyas Iyer falls as he perishes, trying to up the ante. The DC skipper was struggling to time the ball and having realised he had to take risks, didn’t end up playing dots

DC-126/2 after 14 overs

DC go 2 down

Iyer tries to up the ante but hits it straight to mid-off, Jason Holder gets his first wicket. Iyer departs for 21 off 20.

Strategic Timeout taken

A forgettable outing for Nadeem as he has leaked 35 runs in his three overs. Meanwile, Iyer is getting a move on as he finds a boundary with a neat flick to the deep mid-wicket.

DC-120/1 after 13 overs


Another good over for SRH. Natarajan gives away just 5 runs. DC will be hoping to up the ante quick soon again.

DC-112/1 after 12 overs


Rashid for this third over. Warner is desperate for a wicket. Shreyas and Dhawan are watchful, they don’t want to give away another wicket to the leg-spinner. Just five singles from this one.

DC-107/1 after 11 overs

We reach the halfway mark!

Poor bowling from Nadeem, full-toss to Dhawan who hits it in the gap on the leg-side but good work by Samad in the outfield saves two runs. 100 also up for Delhi inside 10 overs. 13 off the over.

DC-102/1 after 10 overs

Fifty for Shikhar Dhawan

Dhawan goes past the 50-run mark with his trademark sweep shot for a maximum. He can make a big one here and we have seen that before in this tournament.


DC-89/1 after 9 overs

Rashid Khan stuns Stoinis

Rashid Khan strikes. Got the ball to turn just enough, beat Stoinis’ bat and hit the top of the off-stump. Can’t keep Rashid out of the match.


Dhawan is approaching his half-century and Stoinis is motoring on nicely. Both batsmen are well-set and are playing Rashid Khan without taking any risks.

DC-85/0 after 8 overs


An overthrow by Rashid Khan, the bowler, went for four. It was a sign of the times. SRH are under pressure and looking frustrated by their inability to get a wicket today.

DC-76/0 after 7 overs

End of Powerplay; Strategic Timeout taken

End of the Powerplay overs and DC have made the most of them. Stoinis kicked things off but Dhawan has joined in the fun as well. Warner turned to Nadeem for a change of pace but that didn’t go too well. 15 runs from the over.

DC-65/0 after 6 overs

Fifty comes up for DC; Fifty partnership for DC

Delhi Capitals seem to have come absolutely prepared for this must-win game. Promoting Stoinis up the order has certainly clicked as the new DC opening duo notched up 50-plus score in just 5 overs.

DC-50/0 after 5 overs


Stoinis is making Holder pay for putting him down as he creams the West Indian captain for four boundaries and a six to give Delhi a flying start. 18 runs of the over and Stoinis long levers are in play.

DC-39/0 after 4 overs


Sandeep almost got Stoinis. Holder, at short mid-on, failed to hold on to a tough chance. Then, Stoinis spanked two fours off the next two deliveries.

DC-21/0 after 3 overs

Stoinis dropped early by SRH!

Jason Holder has dropped Stoinis at silly mid-on! How costly will that be. Stoinis roars back with back to back boundaries and Sandeep Sharma is unhappy


Sedate start from Delhi as Dhawan gets going with a cracking shot to the deep point boundary as eight runs come from the second over.

DC-11/0 after 2 overs

Welcome boundary for Delhi Capitals

Shikhar Dhawan goes down the line and whacks a short ball through deep point fence for four.


Sandeep makes a steady start. Keeps Stoinis and Dhawan quiet. Got the inswinger going in the first over.

DC-3/0 after 1 over

Aaand we are underway!

Stoinis and Dhawan walks out for DC; Sandeep Sharma to start off proceedings with the new ball.

DC Playing XI

Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Shimron Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Praveen Dubey, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje

SRH Playing XI

David Warner(c), Shreevats Goswami(w), Manish Pandey, Kane Williamson, Priyam Garg, Jason Holder, Abdul Samad, Rashid Khan, Shahbaz Nadeem, Sandeep Sharma, T Natarajan

Toss Results

Delhi Capitals wins toss and opts to bat first.

David Warner: We would have bowled first, so happy with the toss. You can see a few indentations on the pitch too and hopefully we can take some early wickets in the powerplay. We are supposed to win close games, and that was a kick in the backside to perform and we have performed well since then. Everyone knows their roles in the team.

Shreyas Iyer: We had two outings against SRH and I think this is a better outfield to bat against them. Putting on a good total would be a responsibility, and it’s a good surface too. You have to take the positives, and do the homework right and I think we have done that well. Rashid is an amazing bowler who can change the game. We have to be aware of him and play smartly. Pravin Dube and Hetmyer come in. It’s important to keep things simple, and it’s only a matter of executing our plan today.






Can DC overturn their poor run of fortunes tonight?

We are exactly one hour away from toss!

Pitch conditions: Slow pitch was on offer in Abu Dhabi on Friday and to everyone’s surprise, there wasn’t much dew. It was a low-scoring thriller and if the same pitch is used, we might be in for another such encounter. While SRH are doing well with winning the toss and bowling first, DC might think otherwise given their vulnerability in chasing big totals.

Can Rabada clinch the Purple Cap from Jasprit Bumrah tonight?

Bumrah: Matches-14; Wickets-27
Rabada: Matches-15; Wickets-25


Prithvi Shaw all set to be dropped, Delhi Capitals likely to opt for new opening pair against SRH in IPL 2020 Qualifier 2

Delhi Capitals opener Prithvi Shaw’s bat has looked completely silent in the ongoing Dream11 IPL 2020. With each passing match, problems with Shaw’s batting and headache for DC has compounded. It seems DC management has now lost patience with Shaw as he is all set to be dropped from the make or break game against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday.

– Shaw has managed to score just 228 runs in 13 matches played this season at a strike rate of 136.52.
– Shaw’s highest score in the last 8 innings has been 19.
– He has been out on duck three times during this period.
– Shaw’s early dismissal in every match has created a lot of pressure on the team’s middle order resulting in team struggling for runs.

Milestones on the card!

-Shreyas Iyer needs 67 runs to complete 500 runs in IPL 2020.

-Ajinkya Rahane requires 69 runs to complete 4000 IPL runs.

-David Warner is 5 sixes away from completing 200 IPL sixes.

-Shahbaz Nadeem needs 3 wickets to complete 50 IPL wickets.

Can Stoinis be the gamechanger for DC again?

With 314 runs and nine wickets to his name, Stoinis is having one of his best IPL seasons, but the all-rounder said the team’s victories mean more than his individual performance.

Delhi Capitals all-rounder Marcus Stoinis on Saturday said playing “fearless cricket” could see them emerge victorious against a resurgent Sunrisers Hyderabad in the second qualifier and continue their march towards a maiden IPL title.

Air of uncertainty looms over Wriddhiman Saha’s availability!

Wriddhiman Saha’s groin injury, which ruled him out of the eliminator, might also keep him out of the second qualifier.

“We have faith in (Shreevats) Goswami. He has been around for some time and we need to give confidence,” said Holder, whose 13 wickets in six games along with crucial middle- order contributions, has been the ‘x factor’ for his side.

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