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|Delhi Daredevils (2008–2018)|
|League||Indian Premier League|
|Owner||GMR Group (50%)|
JSW Group (50%)
|Founded||2008 as Delhi Daredevils|
|Home ground||Arun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi|
|Secondary home ground(s)||Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium, Raipur|
|Indian Premier League wins||0|
|Delhi Capitals in 2020|
The Delhi Capitals are a franchise cricket team that represents the city of Delhi in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Founded in 2008 as the Delhi Daredevils, the franchise is jointly owned by the GMR Group and the JSW Group. The team's home ground is Arun Jaitley Stadium, located in New Delhi.
The Capitals broke their 12-year title jinx by appearing in their first IPL final in 2020, and qualified for the IPL playoffs in 2019 for the first time in 7 years. The leading run-scorer for the Capitals is Virender Sehwag, while the leading wicket-taker is Amit Mishra.
The IPL is a cricket league organised by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and backed by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The inaugural tournament was held in April–June 2008, in which BCCI finalised a list of eight teams who participated in the tournament. The teams represented eight different cities in India, including Delhi. The teams were put up for auction in Mumbai on 20 February 2008, and the Delhi team was bought by the property development company GMR Group for US$84 million.
In December 2018, the team changed its name from the Delhi Daredevils to the Delhi Capitals. Speaking to the rationale behind changing the team's name, co-owner and chairman Parth Jindal said, "Delhi is the power centre of the country, it is the capital, therefore the name Delhi Capitals." Co-owner Kiran Kumar Grandhi said, "The new name symbolizes Delhi’s identity and just like the city, we are aiming to be the centre of all action going forward."
2008 IPL season
During the inaugural edition of the IPL, the Delhi Daredevils won their initial two matches against the Rajasthan Royals and the Deccan Chargers. Then, after losing a match to the Kings XI Punjab, the team won their next two matches against the Royal Challengers Bangalore and the Chennai Super Kings.
However, the Delhi Daredevils lost in four straight matches, breaking the streak with a win against the Deccan Chargers. After another loss against the Kings XI Punjab, they recovered and won three matches to finish in the final four of the league.
The Delhi Daredevils lost to eventual champions, the Rajasthan Royals, in the semi-final.
2009 IPL season
The Daredevils dominated for much of the 2009 IPL season under the captaincy of former Indian opener and Delhi-native, Gautam Gambhir, finishing at the top of the table. The likes of former Indian opener and triple-Centurion Sehwag and Gambhir had both developed since the prior season. They set up many large totals for the Daredevils, with South African power hitter and part-time Keeper AB de Villiers hitting one of only two centuries in the 2009 IPL (the other was made by the young Indian batsman Manish Pandey) at a match in South Africa. The bowling team, which was composed mainly of New Zealander spin pro Daniel Vettori, India senior spinner Amit Mishra, Pradeep Sangwan, and former India fast bowler Ashish Nehra, was bolstered by the off-season signing of Australian Dirk Nannes, which created a strong bowling line-up. The batting of the Daredevils featured Sehwag, Gambhir, power hitter Dilshan, AB de Villiers, and Manoj Tiwari. The Daredevils consisted of new and then uncapped players like Australia Captain Aaron Finch and Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who went on to become successful in T20[clarification needed] circuits.
However, despite finishing at the top of the points table during the regular season, the Daredevils crumbled in the semi-final after Deccan Chargers' captain Adam Gilchrist hit the then fastest 50 in IPL history (in just 17 balls). Nannes in particular, who was again picked over Aussie pacer Glenn McGrath, was punished by Gilchrist, and later by Aussie opening all-rounder Andrew Symonds. The semi-final loss meant Delhi did not contest the final of the 2009 IPL season, despite having the best record in the league stages. However, Delhi managed to qualify for the now-defunct 2009 Champions League Twenty20 as a result of their performance in the group stage.
2012 IPL season
Due to the disbanding of the Kochi Tuskers Kerala, each team played the remaining eight teams twice, once at home and once away. Therefore, each team played an extended season of 16 matches.
In the 2012 IPL season, a new side of the Delhi Daredevils was seen after a poor 2011 season where they finished last. They came back strongly, having purchased players such as Afro-English batting great Kevin Pietersen, Sri Lanka Batsman Mahela Jayawardene, and Kiwi Batsman Ross Taylor. They stood first in the Pool Table with the Kolkata Knight Riders at second place, the Mumbai Indians coming third, and the defending champions the Chennai Super Kings securing the fourth spot, consequently also qualifying for the Champions League Twenty20 in 2012 held in South Africa.
Australian pace bowler Glenn McGrath expressed disappointment over not being picked to play any match during the whole season, and stopped playing for Delhi.
Former Sri Lankan Skipper Mahela Jayawardane was appointed as the new captain of the Delhi Daredevils after Indian opener Virender Sehwag stepped down from captaincy during the 2012 season of the Champions League Twenty20.
2013 IPL season
Delhi Daredevils lost their first six matches of IPL 2013 and won their first match in their seventh game against the Mumbai Indians. Virender Sehwag and Mahela Jayawardene's partnership led to a win against the Mumbai Indians, in which they scored 161 runs. Sehwag was the "Man of the Match" for his innings of 95* off 57 balls. After this match, they faced the Kings XI Punjab and lost again. But in their ninth match of the season against the Pune Warriors India, they won, putting them in eighth place in the points table. They defeated defending champions the Kolkata Knight Riders in their tenth Match by seven wickets but failed to advance to seventh place due to their net run-rate. In their next match against the Sunrisers Hyderabad, the Delhi Daredevils were bowled out for just 80 runs, giving the Sunrisers a win. In their match against the Rajasthan Royals, they scored 154 runs, thanks to recruit Ben Rohrer's half-century. However, that effort was in vain as the Rajasthan Royals chased the total down with the loss of only one wicket. This loss for the Daredevils officially eliminated them from the 2013 season.
In their next match against the Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi managed to contain the Royal Challengers who were 106 in 16.0 overs, but Bangalore scored 77 in their last 4 overs and reached a total of 183, thanks to a 99 by RCB Skipper Virat Kohli. The Daredevils lost the match by just four runs. The team next played the Chennai Super Kings who batted first and posted 168 runs. Delhi failed to gain momentum throughout the match and eventually lost by 33 runs. The following match was against the Kings XI Punjab who defeated them again, this time by seven runs, as they failed to chase down 172 runs. Their final game was against the Pune Warriors India. Delhi bowled first and the Pune Warriors posted a total of 171 runs. In the second innings, Delhi maintained the required run rate but began losing quick wickets after the tenth over. They could not chase the target and lost by 38 runs finishing last in the league table. Despite seeing a forgettable season, a few big names were added to the support staff as the season progressed. The legendary West Indies batsman Sir Vivian Richards was named as their new brand ambassador, former England spinner Jeremy Snape was added to the support staff, and renowned former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed was named as their new spin bowling coach.
2014 IPL season
Ahead of the IPL 2014 auction, on 10 January 2014, the Delhi Daredevils announced that they would not retain any players from their current squad for season seven. With no players retained, the team had the most "right-to-match" cards among all the franchises at the auction—three. They also had Rs 600 million (approx US$9.6 million) to spend at the auction.
The Delhi Daredevils experienced another poor season in 2014. They lost their first match, against the Royal Challengers Bangalore, however, they won their next match against the Kolkata Knight Riders. This was followed by a loss against the two-time champions the Chennai Super Kings and a close match which resulted in a loss against the Sunrisers Hyderabad. The Delhi Daredevils won their next match against the Mumbai Indians, having restricted them to 125. Later, when the tournament shifted from the makeshift venue in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to India, Delhi lost their next nine matches. The Delhi Daredevils won only two out of their fourteen matches, both of which took place in the adopted venue in the UAE. Despite their poor performance, South Africa all-rounder JP Duminy, the team captain scored 410 runs from 14 matches at an average of 51.25 and was the tournament's eighth highest run-scorer. The Delhi Daredevils once again finished last.
2015 IPL season
The team finished seventh in the 2015 edition of the IPL. They received fierce criticism from the Delhi fans due to their string of poor performances in the previous two years.
2016 IPL season
The Delhi Daredevils released many of their players, including the previous year's most expensive purchase, all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, whom they had bought for ₹16 crores. The Daredevils also released former Sri Lankan skipper and all-rounder Angelo Mathews, who was bought for ₹7.5 crore. New additions to the team included uncapped all-rounder Pawan Negi, who was bought for ₹8.5 crore, thereby becoming the most expensive Indian player in the IPL auction of 2016. Uncapped Indian batsman, Sanju Samson and Karun Nair, who previously played for the Rajasthan Royals, were also bought for hefty amounts. South African all-rounder Chris Morris was bought for ₹7 crore. English keeper Sam Billings and Australian Joel Paris also joined the Delhi squad. The team purchased three promising India U-19 players—local keeper Rishabh Pant, Rajasthan's pacer Khaleel Ahmed and Mahipal Lomror. After the Daredevils ended their association with South African batsman Gary Kirsten, they appointed Paddy Upton as their head coach. The Indian batsman and head coach of India U-19, Rahul Dravid was appointed the Daredevils' batting mentor. Former Indian pacer Zaheer Khan was appointed as the new captain of the Delhi Daredevils in the 2016 IPL season. Relative to their performance in the previous three seasons, the Delhi Daredevils improved the way they played. South African all-rounder Chris Morris got the fastest 50 (17 balls) of the tournament and was also effective in the bowling department. South African wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock was among the leading run-scorers in the season. After losing their first match against two-time champions the Kolkata Knight Riders, the Daredevils went on to dominate the Kings XI Punjab, the Royal Challengers Bangalore, defending champions the Mumbai Indians, the Kolkata Knight Riders in the second leg, and newcomers the Gujarat Lions. They won 5 of their first 7 matches, gaining 10 points. They lost their second match against newcomers the Gujarat Lions by just one run. The Daredevils were the favourites to qualify for the playoffs; however, they finished in sixth with fourteen points in fourteen games.
2017 IPL season
Delhi lost South Africans de Kock and Duminy before the tournament, placing dependence on a young batting line-up and a bowling line-up of former Indian pacer Zaheer Khan, Indian pacer Mohammed Shami, South African all-rounder Chris Morris, Aussie bowling all-rounder Pat Cummins, South African young pacer Kagiso Rabada, Indian spinner Amit Mishra, young spinner Shahbaz Nadeem, Jayant Yadav and Ben Hilfenhaus. They lost to runners-up RCB in the first game and won by big margins against RPS and KXIP. After this, they lost five consecutive games. However, they bounced back by chasing 189 and 214 against defending champions SRH and GL respectively. Keralite wicket-keeper Sanju Samson got the first century of the season. Young wicket-keeper and local boy Rishabh Pant made 97 against GL. But the Delhi Daredevils lost to then two-time champions MI by a margin of 146 runs, which was the highest win by runs in IPL history. During the middle of the tournament, captain and former Indian pacer Zaheer Khan was down with an injury to his hamstring which caused him to miss three matches, and young Indian batsman Karun Nair was appointed as stand-in captain.
The Delhi Daredevils ended up in sixth position again with six wins (+12 points) and eight losses for the season.
2018 IPL season
Going into the big auctions, each franchise were allowed to retain up to three players. Additionally, they could also use Right to Match cards to get back two players during the auctions. Delhi Daredevils retained Shreyas Iyer, Chris Morris and Rishabh Pant. Coach Rahul Dravid had to quit his job as the coach in order to protect his position as coach of India A and India U-19, following a conflict of interest debate. Ricky Ponting was appointed as the new coach.
2019 IPL season
The Delhi Capitals retained 14 players and traded their former player and India opener Shikhar Dhawan from Sunrisers Hyderabad. This was done by trading off the young all-rounder Vijay Shankar, and Abhishek Sharma and spinner Shahbaz Nadeem for the 12th season of the IPL. Retained players for the twelfth IPL season were: captain and Indian batsman Shreyas Iyer, Indian wicket-keeper and left-handed batsman Rishabh Pant, young Indian batsman Prithvi Shaw, Indian spinner Amit Mishra, young pacer Avesh Khan, uncapped bowler and injured Harshal Patel, uncapped bowling all-rounder Rahul Tewatia, Jayant Yadav, Manjot Kalra, New Zealand opener Colin Munro, New Zealand pacer Trent Boult, South African all-rounder Chris Morris, young South African pacer Kagiso Rabada and young Nepalese spinner Sandeep Lamichhane.
On the IPL auction day, 18 December 2018, DC filled up their 10 available player slots (seven Indian slots and three overseas slots) with: South African batsman Colin Ingram, Indian all-rounder Axar Patel, Indian all-rounder Hanuma Vihari, Sherfane Rutherford, Indian pacer Ishant Sharma, West Indian pacer Keemo Paul, and uncapped Indian cricketers Jalaj Saxena, Ankush Bains, Nathu Singh and Bandaru Ayyappa.
The Capitals began their campaign with a 37-run victory over 3-time champions Mumbai. The Capitals entered the playoffs after seven years, and they won their first playoffs match against the Sunrisers Hyderabad by two wickets. They lost the second match against the Chennai Super Kings by six wickets and ended up as second runners up in the playoffs, their best-ever finish.
2020 IPL season
Delhi Capitals released Hanuma Vihari, Jalaj Saxena, Manjot Kalra, Ankush Bains, Nathu Singh, Bandaru Ayappa, Chris Morris, Colin Ingram, and Colin Munro from their 2019 roster. They have added Jason Roy, Chris Woakes, Alex Carey, Shimron Hetmyer, Mohit Sharma, Tushar Deshpande, Marcus Stoinis, and Lalit Yadav for their 2020 roster during the IPL Auction. Chris Woakes, however pulled out of the tournament and was replaced by South African fast bowler Anrich Nortje. Jason Roy, became the second player (and second English Player) from Capitals to pull out of the tournament due to injury concerns and personal reasons, he was replaced by Australian bowling all-rounder Daniel Sams.
The Delhi Capitals play their home matches in the Arun Jaitley Stadium located in New Delhi. They also have the modern Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur as their second home ground.
Their anthem for the 2016 season of IPL, titled "Dhuandaar Dilli" was released on YouTube, sung by Sukhwinder Singh. In 2018, they released yet another theme song, titled "Dil Dilli hai, ab Dhadkega". The theme song for the 2019 season for the rechristened franchise, the Delhi Capitals was "Roar Machaa".
Former India Opener and Delhi local, Virender Sehwag was accorded the icon player status in the Delhi Daredevils team and was also the captain of the side during the first two seasons. However, he resigned and passed on the leadership to Gautam Gambhir for the 2010 season. But after Gambhir left the team for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the fourth edition, Sehwag was once again given the duty to captain the team. Since the start of the IPL in 2008, many international players such as Australian Glenn McGrath, South African batsman and part-time keeper AB de Villiers, Sri Lanka player Tillakaratne Dilshan, Australia opener and former vice-captain David Warner, Andrew McDonald, New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori, Farveez Maharoof, Dirk Nannes and Aussie opener Aaron Finch have donned the cap for the Daredevils. The team included Indian players like Tamil Nadu Middle-order batsman and keeper Dinesh Karthik and Yo Mahesh.
In 2009, Mohammad Asif and Shoaib Malik left due to the ban on Pakistani players and Asif's positive drug test. Aussie opener David Warner, Andrew McDonald, English Opener Paul Collingwood and Owais Shah were the new signings. Fast bowler Ashish Nehra came in from Mumbai Indians as a trade-off for Indian Opener Shikhar Dhawan. For IPL 2010, Australian all-rounder Moises Henriques came in from the Kolkata Knight Riders in exchange for Manoj Tiwary and Owais Shah. Wayne Parnell was purchased at the auction for US$610,000.
In 2012, they bought Sri Lankan Mahela Jayawardene, Jamaican all-rounder Andre Russell, Doug Bracewell, Morne Morkel and English batsman Kevin Pietersen. The Daredevils also signed uncapped Indian all-rounder Pawan Negi, batsmen Manpreet Juneja and Kuldeep Rawal ahead of the 2012 season. The Daredevils appointed Mahela Jayawardene as vice-captain for 2012. On 29 February 2012, the Daredevils signed Kiwi Batsman Ross Taylor from the inaugural Champions Rajasthan Royals in a trade for an undisclosed amount.
|Year||League table standing||Final standing|
|2008||4th out of 8||Semifinalists (4th)|
|2009||1st out of 8||Semifinalists (3rd)|
|2010||5th out of 8||5th|
|2011||10th out of 10||10th|
|2012||1st out of 9||Playoffs (3rd)|
|2013||9th out of 9||9th|
|2014||8th out of 8||8th|
|2015||7th out of 8||7th|
|2016||6th out of 8||6th|
|2017||6th out of 8||6th|
|2018||8th out of 8||8th|
|2019||3rd out of 8||Playoffs (3rd)|
|2020||2nd out of 8||Runners-up|
- Players with international caps are listed in bold.
- denotes a player who is currently unavailable for selection.
- denotes a player who is unavailable for rest of the season.
|No.||Name||Nat||Birth date||Batting style||Bowling style||Signed year||Salary|
|41||Shreyas Iyer||6 December 1994||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break||2018||₹7 crore (US$980,000)||Captain|
|100||Prithvi Shaw||9 November 1999||Right-handed||Right-arm off break||2018||₹1.2 crore (US$170,000)|
|42||Shikhar Dhawan||5 December 1985||Left-handed||Right-arm off break||2019||₹5.2 crore (US$730,000)|
|3||Ajinkya Rahane||5 June 1988||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||2020||₹4 crore (US$561,000)|
|189||Shimron Hetmyer||26 December 1996||Left-handed||Right-arm leg break||2020||₹7.75 crore (US$1.1 million)||Overseas|
|N/A||Jason Roy||21 July 1990||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||2020||₹1.5 crore (US$210,000)||Overseas|
|21||Marcus Stoinis||16 August 1989||Right-handed||Right-arm medium||2020||₹4.8 crore (US$670,000)||Overseas|
|20||Axar Patel||20 January 1994||Left-handed||Left-arm orthodox||2019||₹5 crore (US$700,000)|
|60||Daniel Sams||27 October 1997||Right-handed||Left-arm fast-medium||2020||₹20 lakh (US$28,000)||Overseas|
|16||Lalit Yadav||3 January 1997||Right-handed||Right-arm off break||2020||₹20 lakh (US$28,000)|
|84||Keemo Paul||21 February 1998||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2019||₹50 lakh (US$70,000)||Overseas|
|17||Rishabh Pant||4 October 1997||Left-handed||Right-arm medium||2018||₹8 crore (US$1.1 million)|
|5||Alex Carey||27 August 1991||Left-handed||Right-arm medium||2020||₹2.4 crore (US$340,000)||Overseas|
|99||Amit Mishra||24 November 1982||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break||2018||₹4 crore (US$560,000)|
|1||Sandeep Lamichhane||2 August 2000||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break||2018||₹20 lakh (US$28,000)||Overseas|
|23||Ravichandran Ashwin||17 September 1986||Right-handed||Right-arm off break||2020||₹7.6 crore (US$1.1 million)|
|46||Praveen Dubey||1 July 1993||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break||2020||₹20 lakh (US$28,000)||Replacement for Amit Mishra |
|25||Kagiso Rabada||25 May 1995||Left-handed||Right-arm fast||2018||₹4.2 crore (US$590,000)||Overseas|
|02||Anrich Nortje||16 November 1993||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2020||₹50 lakh (US$70,000)||Overseas|
|6||Avesh Khan||13 December 1996||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2018||₹70 lakh (US$98,000)|
|13||Harshal Patel||23 November 1990||Right-handed||Right-arm medium-fast||2018||₹20 lakh (US$28,000)|
|18||Mohit Sharma||18 September 1988||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2020||₹50 lakh (US$70,000)|
|97||Ishant Sharma||2 September 1988||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2019||₹1.1 crore (US$150,000)|
|N/A||Chris Woakes||2 March 1989||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2020||₹1.5 crore (US$210,000)||Overseas|
|96||Tushar Deshpande||15 May 1995||Right-handed||Right-arm fast-medium||2020||₹20 lakh (US$28,000)|
Administration and support staff
|Owner||Kiran Kumar Grandhi (GMR Group), Parth Jindal (JSW Group)|
|Head coach||Ricky Ponting|
|Assistant coach||Mohammad Kaif|
|Spin bowling coach||Samuel Badree|
|Fast bowling coach||Ryan Harris|
|Head talent scout||Vijay Dahiya|
Kit manufacturers and sponsors
|Year||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor (front)||Shirt sponsor (back)||Chest Branding|
|2015||Daikin||Lux Cozi||Flying Machine|
|2016||Shiv Naresh||Manforce||Karbonn Mobiles|
|2018||T10 Sports||NatureFresh||Suzuki Gixxer|
|2019||SqadGear||APL Apollo Steel Tubes||Lotus Herbals|
|2020||JSW Group||EbixCash||APL Apollo Steel Tubes|
|Edition||Played||Won||Lost||Tied||No result||% win||Home Win%||Away Win%||Neutral Win%||Status|
|IPL 2008||15||7||7||-||1||50%||4/7 (1 NR) = 66.7%||3/7 = 42.86%||0/1 = 0%||Semifinalists|
|IPL 2009||15||10||5||-||-||66.67%||-||-||10/15 = 66.67%||Semifinalists|
|IPL 2010||14||7||7||-||-||50%||3/7 = 42.9%||4/7 = 57.1%||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2011||14||4||9||-||1||30.77%||1/7 (1 NR) = 16.7%||3/7 = 42.9%||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2012||18||11||7||-||-||61.11%||5/8 = 62.5%||6/9 = 66.67%||0/1 = 0%||League Stage Table Toppers, Playoffs|
|IPL 2013||16||3||13||-||-||18.75%||3/8 = 37.5%||0/8 = 0%||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2014||14||2||12||-||-||14.28%||0/5 = 0%||0/4 = 0%||2/5 = 40%||League Stage|
|IPL 2015||14||5||8||-||1||35.70%||3/7 = 42.9%||2/7 (1 NR) = 33.3%||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2016||14||7||7||-||-||50%||4/7 = 57.1 %||3/7 = 42.9%||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2017||14||6||8||-||-||42.85%||4/7 = 57.1 %||2/7 = 28.6%||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2018||14||5||9||-||-||35.71%||4/7 = 57.1 %||1/7 = 14.3 %||-||League Stage|
|IPL 2019||16||10||6||-||-||64.27%||4/7 = 57.14%||5/7 = 71.43%||-||Semifinalists|
|IPL 2020||14||8||6||57.14%||5/7 =
|Overall||192||85||104||-||2||44.40%||40/84 (2 NR) = 47.611 %||32/84 (1 NR) = 38.09%||12/22 = 54.54%|
Last updated: 25 July 2020
Head to head in IPL
|Teams||Matches||Won||Lost||No result||% win|
|Chennai Super Kings||21||7||15||-||28.57|
|Deccan Chargers / Sunrisers Hyderabad||26||13||13||-||50.00|
|Kings XI Punjab||24||11||14||-||41.66|
|Kochi Tuskers Kerala||2||1||1||-||50.00|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||23||11||13||-||41.30|
|Pune Warriors India / Rising Pune Supergiants||9||4||4||1||44.44|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||23||9||14||1||38.36|
|Team now defunct|
Last updated: 25 July 2020
Overall results in CLT20
|Year||Matches||Wins||Losses||No result||Success Rate||Summary|
Head to head in CLT20
|CLT20 Team||Played||Won||Lost||Tied||No Result||Win%|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||1||1||0||-||-||100|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||1||0||1||-||-||0|
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