Starting as overwhelming favourites, Delhi would look for an outright win against a struggling Haryana to provide a boost to the their topsy-turvy campaign in the Ranji Trophy tournament as the two sides prepare for a Group B match, in Rohtak on Saturday.
With one win, one loss and two draws under their belt, Delhi are presently lying third position with 11 points, and a win in their next match would strengthen their position. After a slow start, Delhi's batting line-up has started to produce results.
Ashoka club triumph
Ashoka Cricket Club beat SB Youth Club by six wickets while Young Cricketers beat Kishan Ganj Gymkhana by the same margin in DDCA league on Friday.