Out of five matches, Delhi won just two against Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians, while Rajasthan have three victories to show after which they are lying at the third place in the points table. (Agencies)
Both the teams, however, will take a lot of confidence from their comprehensive victories in their last match of the UAE leg.
While Delhi notched up a six wicket win over Mumbai last Sunday, Rajasthan showed nerves of steel to edge out Kolkata via the Super over and the two teams will look to outwit each other on Saturday.
For Delhi, J P Duminy and Murali Vijay have been among the runs, while stand-in skipper Dinesh Karthik too has a half century to show. But a lot will be expected from the rest of the batsmen such as opener Quinton de Kock, Ross Taylor and captain Kevin Pietersen.
For the bowlers, pacer Jaydev Unadkat and spinner Shahbaz Nadeem have taken six and four wickets respectively so far but the Daredevils will need other bowlers to fire as well.
Skipper Pietersen will want their pacers Mohammad Shami and Wayne Parnell to step up their performance but Delhi also needs someone to support Nadeem at the spin department, considering the fact that Duminy has not been successful with his off-breaks.
Rajasthan, on the other hand, are on a roll with back-to-back victories and they would look to keep their momentum going on Saturday.
Shane Watson's boys have been a cohesive unit and they have always contributed as a team. Ajinkya Rahane has been rock solid at the top but he needs a good opening partner to give Rajasthan a good start.
The Royals have experimented with Abhishek Nayar and K Nair but both the batsmen have been a failure.
Sanju Samson and Watson have provided support in the middle-order but they need to be more consistent.
The bowlers have done well with veteran spinner Pravin Tambe and seamer Kane Richardson been among wickets.
Senior all-rounder Rajat Bhatia too has stuck to his role of containing the rival batsmen in the middle overs, while James Faulkner also with three wickets in a single over against Kolkata in their last match.
Delhi Daredevils: Kevin Pietersen (C), MA Agarwal, NM Coulter-Nile, Q de Kock, JP Duminy, KM Jadhav, KD Karthik†, S Kaul, Milind Kumar, Mohammed Shami, S Nadeem, JDS Neesham, WD Parnell, HS Sharath, R Sharma, LR Shukla, R Shukla, LRPL Taylor, MK Tiwary, SS Tiwary, JD Unadkat, M Vijay, J Yadav
Rajasthan Royals: Shane Watson (c), Ajinkya Rahane, James Faulkner, Stuart Binny, Sanju Samson, Brad Hodge, Steven Smith, Abhishek Nayar, Ben Cutting, Kane Richardson, Tim Southee, Unmukt Chand, Ankush Bains, Vikramjeet Malik, Rahul Tewatia, Ankit Sharma, Amit Mishra, Deepak Hooda, Rajat Bhatia, Kevon Cooper, Iqbal Abdulla, Dhawal Kulkarni, Pravin Tambe, Karun Nair, Dishant Yagnik.
Out of five matches, Delhi won just two against Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians, while Rajasthan have three victories to show after which they are lying at the third place in the points table.