As ticket sales for Indian Premier League (IPL) semi-finals opened Monday in their new venue, Navi Mumbai, scores of disappointed fans thronged M. Chinnaswamy stadium here to seek refund on the tickets they had bought.
An upbeat Chennai Super Kings, just one win away from securing a possible semi-final spot in the Indian Premier League (IPL), will be taking on Delhi Daredevils in what is billed as a “quarter-final” game considering that both teams are on 12 points.
Kangra district police made a complaint to Kings XI Punjab team management for breach of security by their players, including S Sreesanth and Mahela Jaywardene, by slipping out of team hotel late last night without informing them.
With the Indian Premier League approaching its business end and three semifinal spots pretty much up for grabs, a no-holds-barred battle is on the cards when Rajasthan Royals lock horns with Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi today lashed out at state officials in Jaipur for harassing Rajasthan Royals team management by locking their temporary office at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium there.
Lalit Modi is widely acclaimed as the ‘Tzar of Indian Cricket’. A ‘Messiah’ of the game. There’s talk of a movie to be made on his life, writes Mina Anand.
Despite a four-match winning streak, Delhi Daredevils are not taking Kolkata Knight Riders lightly and coach Greg Shipperd said they have to win at least two more matches to seal their semis berth in the IPL.
Tickets for the semi-finals, 3rd place play-off tie and the final of the Indian Premier League III are on sale online on its official website, the T20 League.
The exclusion of the hard-hitting Kiwi from the KKR playing eleven against Kings XI Punjab at the Eden Gardens Sunday has raised a debate after the hosts lost despite putting up a mammoth total.
They may be languishing at the bottom of the points table but Kings XI Punjab coach Tom Moody has not stopped hoping for a semifinal spot in the Indian Premier League.
Kolkata Knight Riders opted not to manage things their own way with their mentor and Pakistani bowling great Wasim Akram being the conspicuous absentee during their practice session.
The Chennai Super Kings play their toughest match when they meet leaders Mumbai Indians in a crucial Indian Premier League.
Organisers believe the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) stadium's popularity will soar with the two IPL matches scheduled this month.
Daredevils bowling coach Eric Simons said Bangalore possess one of the strong batting line-ups in IPL III and his side could consider left-arm spinner and New Zealand captain Vettori.
With two convincing victories at home, the Delhi Daredevils would be hoping for another success against the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) when they clash in the Indian Premier League.