Opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan's brilliant half-century knock of 78, the all-round performance of Marcus Stoinis (38 runs and three wickets for 26 runs) and the lethal bowling of Kagiso Rabada (four wickets for 29 runs) gave Delhi Capitals a qualifier for Sunrisers Hyderabad I entered the final of the IPL for the first time by defeating by 17 runs on Sunday, on November 10, they will face the defending champions Mumbai Indians.
Delhi scored a challenging score of 189 for three in 20 overs and then overcame Hyderabad's tough challenge. Hyderabad scored 172 for eight wickets. The Hyderabad team was eliminated with this defeat. The final will be between the two teams that finished first and second in the league table. Mumbai was ranked first and Delhi was ranked second. Mumbai had earlier defeated Delhi in the qualifiers but now both teams will face each other in the title match. Mumbai will land for the fifth time and Delhi for the first time with the intention of winning the title.