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DC vs PBKS: Road to playoffs cleared for RCB, Mumbai as Delhi Capitals beat Punjab Kings

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Delhi Capitals beat Punjab Kings by 15 runs. Now the road to playoffs for RCB and Mumbai has been cleared.

Delhi Capitals emerged victorious in the 64th match of the ongoing season, with Riley Russo, Prithvi Shaw, David Warner, Philip Salt, Liam Livingstone, Atharva Taide, and Nortje and Ishant all contributing to their team’s score.

Following Punjab’s defeat, RCB and Mumbai have a clearer path to the playoffs. With the conclusion of the latest match, it has become apparent that both of these teams have a chance to secure a spot in the playoffs by emerging victorious in their upcoming games. Four teams are now vying for three spots with a strong claim.

The Delhi team, having been eliminated from playoff contention in IPL 2023, is now playing the role of spoiler for other teams. Delhi emerged victorious in the 64th match of the ongoing season as they defeated Punjab Kings by a margin of 15 runs.

The playoff race has become increasingly challenging for Punjab following their recent defeat. In the first innings, Delhi Capitals managed to score an impressive 213 runs while losing only two wickets. The Punjab team failed to secure a win after scoring only 198 runs and losing eight wickets in response, ultimately resulting in their defeat.

Delhi’s Riley Russo emerged as the top scorer with an unbeaten 82 runs. In addition to his teammate, another notable performance came from Prithvi Shaw, who scored 54 runs during the inning. In the latest cricket match, David Warner and Philip Salt contributed significantly to their team’s score.

Warner scored an impressive 46 runs, while Salt added 26 runs to the scoreboard. Punjab’s Sam Karan claimed a pair of wickets. Punjab’s Liam Livingstone emerged as the top scorer, amassing an impressive 94 runs. Atharva Taide scored an impressive 55 runs during the same period. Delhi’s Nortje and Ishant each claimed two wickets.

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