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HindustanTimes Tue,23 Sep 2014

IPL 2011: News

Rattled KKR up against confident CSK

Still smarting from their defeat at the hands of Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Kolkata Knight Riders will have to get their act together soon and come out all guns blazing against defending champions Chennai Super Kings in their IPL return-leg match here tomorrow.

Badrinath proves he is still up for the challenge

International cricket is addictive, says S Badrinath, who got initiated into it late, when he was almost 28. And he played only three ODIs and two Tests. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports.

Kolkata Knights dance in the rain

In between a drizzle and torrential rain, the Kolkata Knight Riders took a giant step towards the playoffs at the Eden Gardens on Saturday. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports. Scorecard | Lowest scores in power plays

Devils’ nightmare

If Thursday’s Indian Premier League match against the Delhi Daredevils was important for S Badrinath to help the Chennai Super Kings seal a berth in the playoffs, it was equally crucial for the Tamil Nadu batsman to build a firm case for recall to the national team. Amol Karhadkar reports. Scorecard

If you are good enough, nobody can keep you out

Indian cricket isn’t known for many famous comebacks on the international stage, especially by those who have turned 30. But S Badrinath is set to buck the trend.  Amol Karhadkar reports.

'Under no pressure to perform'

Wriddhiman Saha, declared Man of the Match for his unbeaten 46 that helped Chennai Super Kings beat Kochi Tuskers Kerala by 11 runs in Chennai on Wednesday night, said he was not under any pressure to perform, but played according to the situation.

IPL good practice for WI tour: Saha

Wriddhiman Saha, declared Man of the Match for his unbeaten 46 that helped Chennai Super Kings beat Kochi Tuskers Kerala by 11 runs here om Wednesday night, said he was not under any pressure to perform, but played according to the situation.

For CSK and RCB, it's all about who finishes with distinction

The battle for the top spot in the Indian Premier League table will go down to the wire as top-placed Chennai Super Kings lock horns with the Royal Challengers Bangalore, who are second, at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday. Rohit Bhaskar writes. Match box

RCB knock down Super Kings

Royal Challengers Bangalore finish on top after defeating Chennai Super Kings, writes Rohit Bhaskar. Scorecard

 

Time for the big guns

The best teams have qualified for the playoffs and can salvage the IPL season, writes Sanjjeev Karan Samyal. Watch out for this | Things that clicked

Gayle, Ashwin to spice up clash of the southern bigwigs

Chris Gayle was the hero on Sunday, much as he's been all season for RCB. However, CSK coach Stephen Fleming warned RCB that getting Gayle early could leave them in a spot of bother. Rohit Bhaskar reports.

Gearing up to face the Caribbean storm

The 24-year-old may not have played a Test yet, but on Sunday he did what bowlers with hundreds of Test wickets have failed to do this season - keep Chris Gayle in check. Rohit Bhaskar writes.

It's always the captain's call

After one-and-a-half months of IPL drama, we look at the four skippers with different styles but a common goal. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports. Dhoni: The champion | Gambhir: The fortune changer | Tendulkar: The veteran | Vettori: The craftsman

Royal flush for the Kings

Raina's innings takes the Chennai team to its second IPL final, Vettori's boys to get another chance in second qualifier. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal report. Scorecard | Scoring graph | 5 tastiest bits

Look how they shine...

Does the colour of a sporting team's attire have any say in the final outcome? Folks back at the fag end of the 19th century certainly thought so. Rohit Bhaskar reports. Mantra for success | Different hues
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