Delhi would be hoping that their in-form pace attack led by Ishant Sharma will come out all guns blazing to counter Sehwag's marauding ways at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

Ending his long association with Delhi, the Najafgarh-born Sehwag shifted to Haryana this season in order to open up a slot for the young crop of state players.

After conceding three points to Rajasthan in their opening game, Delhi were bolstered by the return of Ishant in the playing XI against Vidarbha.

The third game will see Delhi face their once favorite star Sehwag, who started the season with a well made 92 in his side's only game against Maharashtra.

Haryana conceded three points to Maharashtra on the basis of first-innings lead but they can take quite a few positives out of the drawn game.

Delhi would certainly want to take the momentum forward against Haryana on their home turf, but the side would be wary of Sehwag, who knows the Kotla wicket like the back of his hand.



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