CSK beats 150/7 against Delhi Daredevils

CSK captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's (30) and his Indian buddy Ravichandran Ashwin (12 not out) guided the group to the unassuming aggregate after the home group attempted to compel the pace all through their innings. 

CSK's expectation for a solid begin got an early shock when New Zealand's World Cup legend Brendon McCullum (4) was rejected in the second over. 

Recently wedded India batsman Suresh Raina (4) likewise didn't keep going long. 

Some tight playing by Daredevils kept the Chennai batsman on a tight rope. CSK's distress to break the shackles improved of them and in the wake of coming to their 100 in the thirteenth over, they lost wickets at normal interims. 

South African Faf du Plessis' (32) release set off the downslide. His inopportune release, coupled with opener Dwayne Smith's (34) in the ninth over, implied that CSK's batting force was broken. 

Delhi Daredevils picked to bowl in the wake of winning the hurl. 

Thrill seekers ran in with South Africans trio of captain Jean Paul Duminy, Albie Morkel and Imran Tahir and Australian Nathan Coulter-Nile as the four abroad players.