While Sunrisers remain on top of table with 18 points, the DareDevils have no hope left, with just three wins in 11 matches.
Things could not be more different for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Earlier Today, Delhi won the toss in Kotla and it chose to bat first on his home ground.
Shakib Al Hasan struck off consecutive balls in the fourth over to remove in-form opener Prithvi Shaw (9) and Englishman Jason Roy (11), leaving Delhi at 21 for two.
Earlier, though, it looked like SRH had a battle on its hands as Pant found the ideal stage to showcase himself.
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Delhi, however, made a challenging score of 187 for five in 20 overs, but the bowlers of Delhi performed poorly. Alex Hales smashed a couple of boundaries, which kick-started the run-chase for the Sunrisers. He was even responsible largely for Harshal Patel's run out. A knock to remember, both for the crowds as well the spectators at home and everywhere. Most importantly, while SRH storm into the playoffs, Delhi have officially been eliminated from the tournament.
They had players showing that they can help turn around their fortunes - the likes of Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw, Trent Boult and recently, Amit Mishra have been in good form, but Delhi still haven't found the kind of collective performance to kill off games. I just think it does sometimes (work), sometimes it doesn't.
His 13 wicket-tally coupled with a miserly economy rate of 7.05 indicate towards him being a complete bowling package.
Here, we look at the key talking points from the clash. Pant not only took the team out of trouble nearly single-handedly, but also displayed incredible courage in his shot selections.
Their partnership crossed 150 off 88 balls and they never really looked in any bother as Delhi ran bereft of ideas.
Earlier, while Pant ultimately lifted Delhi up to a competitive score, he was a big contributor to their early struggles, guilty of running out two of his batting partners - he has now been involved in four run-outs in this year's IPL. A bit of partnership at the top, which gave us the momentum. Most of the match-winning performances have in fact come from Indian players, in most cases from youngsters who are yet to establish themselves in worldwide cricket - Shubhman Gill, Prithvi Shaw, Ishan Kishan, Rishabh Pant and K Gowtham - to name a few.