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HindustanTimes Fri,19 Sep 2014

IPL 2011: News

Players, fans will need to adjust to new roles in IPL 4: Big B

Terming it as "bizarre", megastar Amitabh Bachchan feels cricketers who played against one other in the World Cup will now be playing together in a team in the soon to begin IPL tournament.

'Deccan Chargers keen to win more matches before home crowd'

Deccan Chargers Hyderabad team is keen on winning more matches in the upcoming fourth edition of the Indian Premier League before the home crowd here, coach Darren Lehmann said.

Preity rubbishes rumours of selling her IPL team

Brushing aside rumours of selling her IPL cricket team Kings XI Punjab, Bollywood actress Preity Zinta said she will never go out of it completely. "We were going to do a stake offload, a bit of it. But there was this random rumour (of selling it).

No time for myself, but who's complaining

All good things must come to an end, and that is the case with the World Cup victory celebrations. Still there is no harm to talk about that epic achievement one more time before the fever of IPL 4 grips us all. Harbhajan Singh writes.

CSK, MI are the teams to watch out for

To me, the big challenge coming into the fourth edition of the competition was to understand the intensity of the Indian Premier League, coming as it is days after the conclusion of the World Cup. Javagal Srinath writes.

Opportunity to test my captaincy skills

The new season of the Indian Premier League has kicked off with great fanfare and new challenges and responsibilities, in the shape of two new teams, await us. Yuvraj Singh writes. Yuvraj says

MI not losing sleep over Bhajji, Symmo

The Mumbai team management has a couple of  problems to deal with. One, to get Andrew Symonds and Harbhajan Singh get over their acrimonious past; two, keep players in top shape physically and mentally after the draining World Cup campaign.

Dhoni among the finest in the last three decades

India's emphatic World Cup victory has proved beyond doubt they are currently the best all-round cricket team. MS Dhoni's polished performance as skipper, where he pushed, prodded and cajoled his side into peaking at the right time, has shown he's not only the best leader in the game but also one of the finest of the last 30 years. Ian Chappell writes.

Dad's not the way for this Srikkanth

Trying to make a career in cricket and being born as the son of a famous player, looks to be an ideal situation. But, surprisingly such success stories have been rare. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports.

Imperative to repeat good record at Eden

Ideally, we would have liked to have come home for today's Deccan Chargers' game with a win under our belts. We are disappointed at having lost a game that we had sewn up when we needed just nine off eight balls. Gautam Gambhir writes.

With Ganguly gone, Eden loses its buzz

Sourav Ganguly’s presence was not felt. But his absence might have been. The deejay was belting out chartbusters and korbo lorbo jeetbo (will do, fight and win) was doing the rounds. Atreyo Mukhopadhyay reports.

IPL, Wagh’s ticket to recognition

Going into Sunday night's Indian Premier League match against the Rajasthan Royals, Shrikant Wagh — the only Maharashtrian face in the Pune Warriors India XI on their IPL debut — has sent down more than 3,000 deliveries balls in domestic cricket.

Expect Sachin's aura to silence the Bangalore crowd

It was a commendable way to start our IPL campaign. Mumbai Indians played brilliantly to outclass Delhi Daredevils at their home ground. The star of our victory was slinging Lasith Malinga, who was in the opposition dressing room just a week back, for the World Cup final.

Abdulla delivers on time

Iqbal Abdulla believes god has a timetable for everyone and nothing comes to you out of turn, “kitna bhi haath-pair mar lo (however much you thrash about)”. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports.

Tough task and Gilly knows it

After they were upstaged by newcomers Pune Warriors in the opening game, Kings XI Punjab face the unenviable task of having to  tackle the formidable Chennai Super Kings at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on Wednesday. Ashutosh Sharma reports. Match Box
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