A video of Andre Russell press conference ahead of Delhi Daredevils’ IPL 2012 match against Rajasthan Royals.


Delhi Daredevil and West Indies player Andre Russell is excited to be a part of the Delhi team. The West-Indian all-rounder has not got an opportunity to prove his worth but he was not disappointed and just wanted to support the team.


According to him, he has no regrets of warming the bench. However, he feels a winning team is a happy team.


The Daredevils bowlers have also complemented their batsmen well by managing to keep the oppositions in check, with wrecker-in-chief Morne Morkel, holding the pack well.


Although the Royals have looked good with the bat, their bowling department lacks the sting, with captain Rahul Dravid admitting that bowling at the death has been a problem area for the team.


The Royals will thus bank on their batsmen to seize the initiative against Sehwag's men. However, lack of runs from the middle order remains a primary concern for Dravid.


With Dravid, Ajinkya Rahane and Owais Shah scoring consistently, the Royals boast of a formidable top-order, but the likes of Australian Brad Hodge and local talent Ashok Maneria have been inconsistent with the bat in the middle overs.