After opening their account in the IPL with a three-wicket victory over Pune Warriors India, Delhi Daredevils coach Greg Shipperd believes that there is room for improvement as far as team's bowling and fielding are concerned.
The Daredevils will play Kumar Sangakkara-led Deccan Chargers at the Feroze Shah Kotla ground here tomorrow.
Shipperd said his players need to get their act together fast in these two departments of the game if they want to counter the likes of Sangakkara, Jean Paul Duminy, Bharat Chipli and Shikhar Dhawan.
In their match against Pune Warriors in Navi Mumbai last evening, Delhi's Ashok Dinda dropped Jesse Ryder twice who then went on to score 60 off only 27 balls to help his side post a challenging 187 for five.
"Our fielding has been a bit sloppy and we need to improve on that.