The season is going to an early close for KXIP here, as Rahane and Smith keep the scoreboard ticking at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium.
The forceful Tripathi goes for the trudge clear against Axar, however misses totally. Patel grabs a wicket, yet it appears to be short of what was needed for KXIP now.
RPS are in no rush here. They are cruising along at a fine pace, with Tripathi going for the charge, while Ajinkya Rahane assumes the sheet stay part. Most likely there is no chance to get back for KXIP now.
What’s more, much the same as that KXIP’s innings is all over, more than 4 overs short. Mohit Sharma goes for the huge hoink against Zampa, yet just figured out how to give a high catch to Daniel Christian in the profound.
Zampa pitches up one of his exemplary leg spinners, as Ishant trudges it against the turn. Of course, he wound up giving a high catch to Smith.
Swapnil Singh totally misses the line of the ball, and edges it to Daniel Christian at first slip, who bobbled, yet MS Dhoni behind the wicket, was ready, and took the catch on the bounce back.
Saha goes angling outside the off stump, hoping to manage the ball down to third man. Be that as it may, he just figured out how to get a thick edge, as Dhoni did well to take a jumping get behind the wicket.
Shardul grabs his third wicket. This has been a splendid powerpaly for RPS. Maxwell uppishly flicked the ball on the leg side, yet just figured out how to discover Rahane in the profound.
Another fails horrendously! Tewatia attempted to draw it, yet Shardul had heaved a slower bounder, and gloved it behind to Unadkat.
RPS have begun off similarly as they needed. Unadkat gave them an ambitious start with a wicket off the primary bundle of the day, and after that Shardul Thakur blended it up well, to trap Shaun Marsh.
Morgan attempted to take a fast single there, however a splendid bit of handling destroys him. The paceman came in running and tossed an underhand ball, to hit the stumps.
Splendid knocking down some pins by RPS. Shardul Thakur fires it in with a mixed crease, as Marsh plays an uppish drive, giving a simple catch to captain Steve Smith.