With nothing at stake and both Delhi and Rajasthan out of the race for quarter-finals, the Ranji Trophy Super League Group 'A' match ended in a draw at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur on Sunday.
In reply to Rajasthan's first innings total of 295 runs, Delhi resumed from overnight score of 505 for five to amass a mammoth 688 and gain a huge 393-run lead and then had the hosts tottering at 41 for three when both captains agreed to call off the play.
Rajat Bhatia who scored 112 runs off 181 balls to propel Delhi to a mammoth total was the only highlight of the drawn match.
Rajasthan's Pankaj Singh scalped four for 125, while Vikrant Yadav and Aslam took two wickets each. Rajasthan were 41 for 3 after a bad start when play was called off.