Delhi Daredevils v Perth Scorchers live Champions League T20 2012
Just like Saturday, Sunday could also prove to be a nerve-wrecking day for teams in the Champions League with a further two matches to be played.
Four of the five teams in Group A are still in the hunt for the semi-final slot though Sunday could change that.
Perth Scorchers have two defeats already and another one will send them crashing. Delhi Daredevils, on the other hand, will immensely boost their chances should they win while a defeat will put other teams into the mix as well.
Perth Scorchers have two points after their fixture against Kolkata Knight Riders was washed out due to rain. When the rain came into play, Scorchers had reached 91 from 14 overs.
The weather forecast for Sunday afternoon suggests a full game is on the cards and Scorchers need to do everything to not only win, but win by a margin.
Simon Katich, at the age of 37, still remains a reasonable threat in the T20 format while it will be a test for the bowlers to live up to the expectations.
Delhi Daredevils also benefited courtesy of rain troubles as they fetched two points from the match against Auckland, with the match not even starting. With six points, the team has a strong chance of making it through and if the performance against Kolkata Knight Riders is anything to go by, it should be a walk in the park.
Kevin Pietersen will hold the key with the bat while Morne Morkel is likely to fire up pace on the lively track. With Umesh Yadav and Irfan Pathan in the lineup, the captain is not short of seam bowling options.
The match starts at 1.30pm local time.
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