League leaders Gujarat Lions take on Delhi Daredevils in a clash between two in form teams in match 31 of the 2016 edition of the Indian Premier League on 3 May (Tuesday). The two teams have been impressive in their outings in the competitions so far.
With six wins from eight games, the Lions have set the pace with their openers Brendon McCullum and Dwayne Smith, in particular, giving bowlers nightmares. The middle order has remained untested so far and if the openers fail, as in their last game against Kings XI Punjab, then they might find themselves in trouble. The bowlers have stuck to their task and they come into this game as the favourites.
Delhi Daredevils, the team that has surprised everyone this season, were not expected to be in contention for a play-off spot but they have defied expectations. Ably lead by Zaheer Khan, the Delhi outfit have a number of young players who are keen to perform and in Quinton de Kock they have arguably the best young batsman in the world.
Though they come into this clash as underdogs, Delhi are capable of springing a surprise on the Gujarat Lions.
Cricketgateway.com will live stream all the 60 matches of IPL 2016 in countries outside India, the US, the UK, Africa and Europe.
Below is a list of official TV broadcasters across the globe
Match starts at 3.30pm BST. Live TV coverage is available on Sky Sports 3 and Sky Sports 3 HD.
Live updates for all 60 matches on mobile will be available on the Hotstar app, which can be downloaded for Android, iOS and Windows from hotstar.com.
Live TV coverage in India is available on Sony Max, Sony Six and Sony ESPN channels with the match starting at 8pm IST. The matches will be live streamed online via Sonyliv.com, while live mobile updates with score and team news will be available on the Hotstar app, which can be downloaded for all mobiles on hotstar.com.
|India||Sony Max, Sony Six, Sony ESPN|
|Bhutan||Set Max, Sony Six|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|
|Sri Lanka||Carlton Sports Network|
|Middle East and North Africa||OSN|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports|
|Nepal||Sony Six, Sony Max|