Rajasthan Royals registered an easy win against the Delhi Capitals.

David Warner and Mitchell Marsh put up a 144-run partnership.

If RR had gone for the DRS, Marsh may have been LBW from the first ball he faced. However, Warner survived after being bowled by Yuzvendra Chahal but the bails did not come off.

Marsh made 89 off 62 balls, while Warner was undefeated on 52 from 41 balls. Warner had his sixth half-century of the season.

Earlier, Ravichandran Ashwin batted at No. 3 and struck a 38-ball 50.

He shared a 53-run fourth-wicket stand with Devdutt Padikkal, who hit 48 off 30 balls.

However, the Delhi Capitals came back in the final five overs, conceding only 44 runs and capturing three wickets to reduce the RR to 160/6.

Player of the match: Mitchell Marsh PC@Twitter

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