So there we have it; following six and a half weeks, of the current year’s Indian Premier Leaguethe main four are through to the end of the season games.
We’ve had super overs in abundance – remembering three for one day – and each group has had its good and bad times in one of the most firmly challenged IPL competitions since it dispatched in 2008.
Saturday’s Delhi Indians’ place at the the table. was brief period to celebrate in the Mumbai short time later,Jayawardene and his care their knockout stages. and ruling heroes Mumbai will have five IPL prizes to their name.
Kohli up for the test
Rarely do both the triumphant and losing group are content with the result of an Monday’s and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
RCB lost the game annihilations on the by means of taking the match to the skipper Virat Kohli realizes his group need to improve; they need three wins straight to lift their first historically speaking IPL prize
Delhi will take on Mumbai on Thursday for a spot in the last on 10 November.
Happiness for Sunrisers, alarm for KKR
Third spot in the table went to Sunrisers Hyderabad. success against Mumbai on Tuesday – and they did it in style.
Sunrisers whipped the bosses by 10 wickets and with skipper David Warner Wriddhiman Saha crushing it at the the request,
Sunrisers will take on RCB on Friday. It will the failures, while at to beat the losing group from the Mumbai v Delhi conflict.
Is Warner misjudged?
the Australia batsman an emulate reprobate with English there the protection?
He is surely making the most of his time in the IPL and is grasping the Indian culture…
What’s more, his go his IPL colleagues.
Here he is, close by England’s Jonny Bairstow, getting a charge out of a delectable latte politeness of New Zealand star Kane Williamson..
An Englishman, Aussie and Kiwi all partaking in a blend together; just in the IPL.
Warner isn’t too caught up with commentating on taking cover behind window ornaments and paying attention to group
Sri get a roll to slide down from his temple and into his mouth and West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder doing the cheesy cokey; does it improve than that?
West Indies’ Chris Gayle had a few skeptics going into the current year’s competition. The 41-year-old is a probably the best entertainer in IPL age at long last find the ‘Universe Boss?’
In Rajasthan Royals, Gayle scored his third 50 years of the impacted 99 from 63 balls.
intoto hit 1,000 T20 sixes, concretes his of, if not the, best T20 player ever. This is which the cricketing scene responded…
Gayle was excused one shy of his century by England and Royals seamer Jofra Archer. As with nearly.