Delhi started the innings in one tempo and were content with it, going at 7 or 8 runs per over. But the Anderson innings has taken them over the 180-run mark. Billings looked good and gave the home side the start they were looking for after winning the toss. He raced to fifty before throwing it away.
KXIP kept chipping away at the wickets and at one stage seemed to have a lid on Delhi, but Anderson's 22-ball 40 has given them a stiff target to chase. The wickets is dry and the old ball is not coming on. Also, there is a bit of reverse which the Zak and Co. will surely exploit. The powerplay will be crucial for Punjab. Back in 10 with their response..