IPL 2021 Standings

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teams teams
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Chennai Super Kings CSK
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
2
Delhi Capitals DC
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
3
Kolkata Knight Riders KKR
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
4
Mumbai Indians MI
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
5
Punjab Kings PBKS
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
6
Rajasthan Royals RR
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
7
Royal Challengers Bangalore RCB
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
8
Sunrisers Hyderabad SRH
0
0-0-0
0
-
0
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IPL 2020 Top Batsmen

#1
Shubman Gill
matches 14
runs 440
Strike Rate 117.96
#2
Eoin Morgan
runs 418
#3
Nitish Rana
runs 352

IPL 2020 Top Bowlers

#1
Varun Chakravarthy
matches 13
wickets 17
econ 6.84
#2
Pat Cummins
wickets 12
#3
Shivam Mavi
wickets 9

News

IPL 2021 Auction Buys: Who Fetched How Much From KKR

IPL 2021 Auction Buys: Who Fetched How Much From KKR

KKR needed 8 players to have a 25-member-strong squad and KKR went on to pick Shakib Al Hasan, Ben Cutting, Harbhajan Singh and five others. Cutting can work as a great lower-middle-order batsman and deliver those lethal bouncers, while Harbhajan fills in the place for a strong Indian off-spinner with experience. The other five buys included Sheldon Jackson, Viabhav Arora, Karun Nair, Venkatesh Iyer, Pawan Negi.

R Ashwin climbs to No. 5 in ICC's allrounders' list - is he ready to join the all-time greats?

R Ashwin climbs to No. 5 in ICC's allrounders' list - is he ready to join the all-time greats?

Ravichandran has become the second player in the world with three instances of a five-wicket haul and a century in the same match! His match winning 106 and 8-for in the just-concluded Test match against England in Chennai underlines the claim that Ashwin has emerged as one of the finest all-rounders in home conditions. But, has he done enough to join the illustrious list of legendary all-rounders?

2ND TEST, DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS: ASHWIN'S 106 PUTS ENGLAND ON THE MAT; CAN INDIA EQUALIZE TOMORROW?

2ND TEST, DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS: ASHWIN'S 106 PUTS ENGLAND ON THE MAT; CAN INDIA EQUALIZE TOMORROW?

Ravichandran Ashwin's jaw-dropping 106 and Virat Kohli's fighting 62 in the second innings paved India's way to a daunting lead of 481 runs against England on Day 3 of the second Test in Chennai. England, chasing 482 for a win, lost three crucial wickets for just 53 runs with Skipper Joe Root standing alone at the crease, following the wicket of night watchman Jack Leach in the last ball before Stumps.

2ND TEST, DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS: ASHWIN FIFER LEADS INDIAN ATTACK AS HOSTS TAKE 249-RUN LEAD

2ND TEST, DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS: ASHWIN FIFER LEADS INDIAN ATTACK AS HOSTS TAKE 249-RUN LEAD

A dream comeback was no longer a dream for Team India on Sunday as they battered England, restricting them for a mere 134 runs to take a 195-run lead in the first innings on Day 2 of the second Test at Chepauk. Ravichandran Ashwin was the star with the ball, returning another fifer (5-43). India were one down for 54 runs (current lead 249) at Stumps with Rohit Sharma looking good yet again with a 25* and Cheteshwar Pujara with a 7*. Shubman Gill was sent back on 14 after being trapped leg before by Jack Leach.

2ND TEST, DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS: ROHIT, RAHANE STEER INDIA TO A COMMENDABLE 300-6

2ND TEST, DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS: ROHIT, RAHANE STEER INDIA TO A COMMENDABLE 300-6

Rohit Sharma is back in form and HOW! He alone contributed more than half of his team’s total on Day 1 with a flamboyant 161 off 231 balls to guide India to 300-6 at the end of Day 1 of the second Test at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday. Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, too, hit the purple patch with a gritty 67 off 149 balls.

2ND TEST, PREVIEW: Is India ready enough to make comeback on a rank-turner?

2ND TEST, PREVIEW: Is India ready enough to make comeback on a rank-turner?

India are currently in a similar situation as they were in Australia two months ago. With a massive loss in the first Test, India, back then, turned the tides under Ajinkya Rahane's leadership after Virat Kohli had left on paternity leave. The question is, can they repeat a similar feat on a rank-turner at Chepauk?