19.4
W
Sandeep Sharma to Rayudu, OUT, bouncer over off stump, and Rayudu's fallen with the scores tied! Opens up and looks to pull, but it's a hard one to drag from over his right shoulder, and he ends up miscuing it high, offers a simple catch to Vijay Shankar at mid-off. Vijay Shankar catching Rayudu's just what this match needed, I suppose!

AT Rayudu c Shankar b Sandeep Sharma 21 (49m 25b 1x4 0x6) SR: 84.00

Scores are level now.

19.2
6
Sandeep Sharma to Jadhav, SIX runs, wow, that's another brilliant stop at the boundary from Manish Pandey. Or is it? Jumped down the pitch and turned this ball into a full-toss on the legs. Flicked it and timed it very well, well enough to clear the boundary to the right of deep midwicket. But Pandey, running to his right and jumping past the rope, pulls it back with one hand. But replays show his foot landed before he could paddle the ball back, and that will be six
17.1
W
Kumar to Watson, OUT, bouncer, rises over Watson's right shoulder. Looks to hook, and doesn't catch it cleanly. There's an appeal for caught-behind from Bhuvneshwar, and it's finally given. Tiny bit of glove on it, and Watson falls four short of what would have been a repeat of his hundred in last year's final. Fantastic knock - he took his time early on, but once he was in, there was no stopping him. Great catch from Bairstow, by the way, diving to his left and completing it with a tumble

SR Watson c †Bairstow b Kumar 96 (91m 53b 9x4 6x6) SR: 181.13

Update: Rayudu has joined Watson in that 40-balls-no-dismissals-against-Rashid club. Basically, the two most invincible batsmen against Rashid are in the middle together.

Abhishek: "I sent a message at start of this innings about why MSD is such a great captain. So happy to be proven correct. It's because he backs he players in their bad times. Everyone was baying for his blood and Shane Watson delivers the goods. No team like CSK. No captain like MS."

16.2
6
Ahmed to Watson, SIX runs, short, sits up on an off-stump line, and Watson opens up and pulls it with great power, generated with the swivel through his hips, to send this flying high over the midwicket boundary
15.6
4
Rashid Khan to Watson, FOUR runs, shot. Super shot. Wrong'un, turning towards leg stump, and he's a big man but he's so quick on his feet here. Opens up at the hips, drops down onto his back knee, and sweep-pulls, with a roll of his wrists on top of the bounce, to send it running away to the left of short fine leg
15.3
6
Rashid Khan to Watson, SIX runs, bam. Tossed up on leg stump, and he clears his front leg and clears long-on by a big distance
14.5
4
Kumar to Watson, FOUR runs, slower ball, back of a length, fifth-stump line. It seems to take an age to reach Watson, but that's also because he's in position so early, back foot deep in his crease. He waits and chops it away fine, and finds the gap to the left of short third man

Super Kings 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st3SR WatsonF du Plessis
2nd77SR WatsonSK Raina
3rd80AT RayuduSR Watson
4th15AT RayuduKM Jadhav
5th1DJ BravoKM Jadhav