The picturesque but sleepy town of Dharamsala is all set to host Kings XI Punjab's last two home matches at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) stadium as IPL 6 draws to a close.
The Supreme Court directed Chennai Corporation to de-seal three stands with 12,000 seats in M A Chidambaram Stadium for today's T20 match between Chennai and Delhi.
There is reason to believe that the cricketing gods have been unfair to Cheteshwar Pujara. Although considered one of finest among the younger generation of batsmen, he has seldom played a part in Indian cricket's biggest adventure - the T20 league. Sahan Bidappa reports.
We’ve made life a little difficult for ourselves after that defeat to Kolkata and that means today’s clash against the Kings XI and our final game against Chennai Super Kings are must-win encounters. Chris Gayle writes.
Around the world: More and more players are cashing in on the mushrooming of T20 leagues all across the world. MVL Manikantan reports.
A look at the Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad squads reveals a stark contrast. Unlike Mumbai, who have many international stars, Hyderabad have few big names. Kushal Phatarpekar reports.
I love the spectacle of dancing down the crease, one, two and three….bang the ball sailing over the head for a six. The romance of the bat chasing the ball is so enchanting. I compare this stroke for my love for the black Yamaha RX 100.Gautam Gambhir writes.
With probably the best bowling attack in the league, led by none other than Dale Steyn, the Sunrisers Hyderabad’s only worry has been about putting enough runs on the board.
Ashutosh Sharma reports.
Not one batsman or a bowler from among the top five Ranji Trophy performers in each category made it to the India team for the upcoming Champions Trophy, writes Subhash Rajta.
Mitchell Johnson and Lasith Malinga are completely different bowlers who rely on totally different skill-sets, writes Anil Kumble.
The Indian T20 League has suddenly made millionaires out of young men who come from backgrounds where they were unable to afford more than one pair of cricket shoes, writes Sahan Bidappa.
To force their way back into the national side, the axed trio of Gautam Gambhir, Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag should keep the fighting spirit alive and get back through good performances in domestic cricket, former captain and chairman of selector Kris Srikkanth said today.
West Indies bating great, Sir Viv Richards had once feared that Test cricket will die down a slow death due to low turnout of fans but the advent of Twenty20 format has instilled a fresh lease of life into the game.
Chris Gayle doesn't want cricket fans to emulate their fanatic football cousins and heckle players the way Virat Kohli was at the Wankhede. No player likes to be booed, especially in his country, reports Subhash Rajta.
Sure, Virat Kohli is an embodiment of our times. But in this day, he's also a victim, albeit of his own doing. Hours after his latest episode with the crowd, a Youtube video started doing the rounds of social networks. Kaushik Chatterji reports.