Rajasthan roll past dire Delhi

  • Last Updated: May 3 2014, 20:45 BST

A review of Saturday's action in the Indian Premier League.

JP Duminy's knock was not enough to help the Daredevils
JP Duminy's knock was not enough to help the Daredevils

The Rajasthan Royals made light work of the chase against the hapless Delhi Daredevils on Saturday, winning by seven wickets to remain third on the table as their India leg kicked off.

The Royals made it four wins in six games as they chased down the middling score of 153 required, after Delhi posted 152 for five. Karun Nair was the star for the Royals, carrying his bat from start to finish.

The Mumbai Indians finally got a tick in the win column by beating table-topping Kings XI Punjab in exciting fashion at the Wankhede Stadium, their fortress where they were unbeaten last year.

The KXIP outfit recorded 168 for five in their 20 overs, thanks to a half century from Wriddhiman Saha, while Glenn Maxwell added to his impressive run tally too, against his former team. Mumbai then responded with 170 for five, with five balls to spare.