Notwithstanding their one-run opening game loss to Chennai Super Kings, the Jean-Paul Duminy-led side has shown ample courage with their new-look squad in this edition of the cash-rich league.

Even though Delhi batting showed gaping holes in their 151-run chase at Chepauk, Albie Morkel struck an unbeaten 55-ball 73 to take the team to touching distance of a win.

The bowling also showed muscle with new-ball bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile bagging three wickets to check the CSK surge. But the tournament's biggest buy, Yuvraj Singh will really have to stand up and deliver to give Delhi the much-needed impetus.

The spinners -- Imran Tahir, Duminy and Amit Mishra – though have bowled with a lot of heart and the trio will once again be looking to turn things around in front of their home crowd.

It will also be interesting to see if veteran pacer Zaheer Khan, who has been struggling with his fitness, takes field in the Sunday clash.

Having lost nine straight games in the previous edition, Delhi started this season with another defeat but would have taken some heart after giving a tough time to two-time champions CSK.

Pleased with his teams bowling show against Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side, Duminy said that they will have to asses and maximize player utility.

"I was pretty happy with the way we went with the ball. Yes, there is learning. Whether we need to re-shuffle or maximize player potential in batting line-up, we'll see. We have to asses it game by game and see what is going to be our strategy in terms of conditions we are going to face. We will have to maximize the powerplay and see how it goes," Duminy had said after the match.

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