Both in-form batsmen kept the scoreboard running and amalgamated 72 runs before Delhi got their first breakthrough, Bairstow (41) provided by Keemo Paul.
Kagiso Rabada took the crucial wicket of David Warner who scored 51 runs. In the very next delivery Rabada got hold of Vijay Shankar. Rabada took four wickets in the match and regained the purple cap with his tally of 17 wickets.
Chris Morris took three wickets in the 18th over which helped Delhi dismantling the Hyderabad's batting line-up. Delhi's brawny bowling performance helped Delhi restricting Hyderabad to just 116 runs.
Earlier, Delhi had a bland start as their both the openers, Prithvi Shaw and Shikhar Dhawan, were sent back to the pavilion in the first four overs.
Colin Munro and the skipper Shreyas Iyer took the charge and duo stitched a 49-run partnership by drubbing boundaries and sixes. Munro made 40 runs off just 24 with the help of four boundaries and three maximums before Abhishek Sharma got hold of him.
Rishabh Pant then joined the skipper and both added 56 runs to the board helping the team to reach a respectable total. Iyer became victim of Bhuvneshwar Kumar while Pant became victim of Khaleel Ahmed after which Delhi could not manage to form a stable partnership and set a 156-run target for the hosts.
Delhi will now host Mumbai Indians on April 18 while Hyderabad will host Chennai Super Kings on April 17.
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