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- 'Dream season for us and it's just the start' - Shreyas Iyer
- South Africa coach Ottis Gibson wanted World Cup players to make early return from IPL
- 'Those last two overs were like hell' - Shreyas Iyer
- Kagiso Rabada out of IPL with back niggle
Delhi Capitals had one of the most balanced units this IPL but their inconsistent middle order derailed their march into the final
Iyer said a bit of bad planning during their batting innings cost Capitals in what was otherwise a season to be proud of
Ottis Gibson put in a request with CSA to withdraw 'key players' early, but ESPNcricinfo understands that the board did not bring up the issue with the BCCI
MS Dhoni's men kept Delhi Capitals to 147 and that total proved far too small the moment Faf du Plessis and Shane Watson got going
Capitals will have to match one of the all-time great IPL performances to win the tournament. Will they do it?
Capitals also need to make a choice between the two Colins - Ingram and Munro - ahead of the Qualifier 2
Shaw and Pant smashed Sunrisers' attack on a tough pitch and, after a wobble, an ice-cool Paul finished the job and took the side a step closer to the final
The Delhi Capitals captain said his team would not be intimidated by Chennai Super Kings, whom they face in the second qualifier
Prithvi Shaw and Amit Mishra also made telling contributions to Delhi Capitals' win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Eliminator
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