22:29 Delhi-Titans match washed out:
The Champions League group match between Delhi Daredevils and Titans was called off without a ball being bowled because of rain in Centurion, on Tuesday.
Titans captain Martin van Jaarsveld won the toss and elected to bowl but it started to rain heavily after the toss. The umpires waited till 1845 hours local time but with the rain not relenting and because of a water-logged outfield, they were forced to abandon the match.
Delhi, who get two points, finished on top of Group A. They will take on Lions in the first semi-final in Durban on Thursday. In the second semi-final, Titans will take on Sydney in Centurion on Friday.
20:53 Rain delays start of Delhi-Titans match:
Rain has delayed the start of the Champions League Group A match between Delhi Daredevils and Titans in Centurion.
It started to drizzle after the toss took place forcing the groundstaff to cover the pitch and outfield.
Both Delhi and Titans have already made it to the semi-finals.
20:38 Taylor leads Delhi, Titans elect to bowl:
Ross Taylor will lead the Delhi Daredevils after regular captain Mahela Jayawardene opted to take a rest with David Warner replacing him, against Titans in the Champions League T20 Group A match in Centurion, on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Titans captain Martin van Jaarsveld won the toss and elected to bowl in the last group match of the Champions League.
In the first match of the day, Perth Scorchers beat Auckland Aces by 16 runs to send Delhi and Titans through to the semi-finals from Group A.
00:07 CLT20 Live: Sydney beat Mumbai for fourth straight win: Scorecard:
An impressive Starc accounts for Perera (2) in his third over. Two balls later, he has Rayudu (6) caught by Smith for his third wicket.
A spectacular catch by Haddin helps Cummins get his second wicket, Malinga (1) being the casualty.
Harbhajan (22 not out) hits a four and a six in Starc's final over that costs Sydney 20 runs. But it is too little, too late.
Sydney beat Mumbai by 12 runs to notch their four straight win. They are the only side to win all their four matches.