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IPL 2011: News

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.

Fit-again Praveen raring to make a mark for KXIP

Praveen Kumar was unlucky to miss the World Cup due to injury, but the medium-pacer is pragmatic about the loss and is looking to do well for Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the Indian Premier League. Ashutosh Sharma 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

After long wait, instant gratification

Success does not come easy. However, the means are worth the result. Paul Valthaty's 15-year cricket odyssey finally bore fruit on Wednesday, and how. Rohit Bhaskar writes.

Adam Gilchrist, Kumar Sangakkara all set for a pitched battle

After breaking the home-jinx with a 33-run win against Royal Challengers Bangalore yesterday, a confident Deccan Chargers will take on Adam Gilchrist-led Kings XI Punjab, who are equally on a high after their splendid victory over Chennai Super Kings.

Valthaty leads charge with bat and ball

Put into bat, Deccan Chargers scored 165 for eight in their Indian Premier League match against Kings XI Punjab today. Scorecard

Aussie battle on Indian soil

Two veteran Australians - Adam Gilchrist and Shane Warne - will be pitted against each other when the Kings XI Punjab take on the Rajasthan Royals at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on Thursday. Ashutosh Sharma reports Matchbox

Country comes first: Gilly

Playing for the country should always take precedence over the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL), retired Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist said on Friday.

Invisible man Valthaty puts IPL stars in shade

Paul Valthaty may not inspire much confidence when he trudges in to bat -- no funky haircut and no flashy bling on show at the glitzy, celebrity-centred Indian Premier League.

I’d prefer Tests: Hussey jr

Even as players all over the world are quitting Test cricket to prolong their One Day International and T20 careers, Australian middle-order batsman David Hussey has his priorities set on the longer version.

Who is the greediest of them all?

In the country versus club debate, which is the inevitable consequence of the way IPL is structured, we fail to address one simple fact, writes Pradeep Magazine.

Gilchrist bemoans lop-sided Kotla contest

The Delhi Daredevils finally pulled off an impressive win at home on Saturday, after getting their wish of facing the Kings XI Punjab on a green pitch — away from the lifeless, slow surface that their pace-oriented bowling and stroke-making batsmen despised. And the packed Ferozshah Kotla crowd loved the big-hitting contest.

Knights hope to regain Eden glory against Kings’ men

After Capital gains, it’s time the Kolkata Knight Riders give their fans some joy at the Eden Gardens. A five-day gap after the thrashing at the hands of Chris Gayle worked wonders for Gautam Gambhir who led the Knight Riders to a resurgent victory against the Daredevils. Somshuvra Laha reports.

Knights show no respect to the visiting Kings

Kings XI Punjab raised early hopes but failed to get away from the Kolkata Knight Riders bowling and were eventually tied to a modest 119 for  six, much to the joy of the Eden Gardens crowd. Scorecard

Mumbai seek to return to winning ways against Kings XI

Smarting from their morale-shattering seven-wicket loss against Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians would look to put behind their disappointment and train their guns on a struggling Kings XI Punjab to return to winning ways in the Indian Premier League on Monday.
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