IPL 2021 Standings

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teams teams
mp mp
W-L-D w-l-d
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1
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

1ST TEST, DAY 5 HIGHLIGHTS: Gill's 50, Kohli's 72 fail to save India, England win by 227 runs

1ST TEST, DAY 5 HIGHLIGHTS: Gill's 50, Kohli's 72 fail to save India, England win by 227 runs

A crushing 227-run defeat in Chennai couldn’t dent Team India’s spirit as India skipper Virat Kohli insisted that they would learn from their mistakes and come back stronger like always in the remaining three Tests and hand England a tough fight. India were bundled out for 192 on Day 5, despite valiant knocks from Shubman Gill (50) and Kohli (72).

Man of the Moment - Ishant Sharma's 14-year-long journey to 300 Test Wickets

Man of the Moment - Ishant Sharma's 14-year-long journey to 300 Test Wickets

Our former Knight Ishant Sharma stands literally tall (6’4”) among all his contemporary fast-bowling colleagues. The lanky Delhi lad completed his 300th Test wicket today and we couldn’t help but reminisce his brilliance that we have been catered to in the past 14 years. He has had his share of misfortunes, injuries, dull phases and yet the fact that he is just two Tests short of playing his 100th Test shows that he has been trusted by the Indian team management time and again.

1ST TEST, DAY 4 HIGHLIGHTS: INDIA NEED 381 RUNS ON DAY 5, WILL WE WITNESS ANOTHER HISTORIC WIN?

1ST TEST, DAY 4 HIGHLIGHTS: INDIA NEED 381 RUNS ON DAY 5, WILL WE WITNESS ANOTHER HISTORIC WIN?

India made a brilliant comeback on Monday, restricting the English batsmen for just 178 in the second innings and will now need 381 more runs to win the match after ending Day 4 on 39-1. Our talented opener Shubman Gill (15*) and the rock-solid Cheteshwar Pujara (12*) are holding the fort and they will have a crucial role to play to take India to a commanding position tomorrow. Rohit Sharma (12) was the only man to fall, castled by Jack Leach.

1ST TEST, DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS: ENGLAND DOMINATE AS INDIA LOOK TO SAVE FOLLOW-ON

1ST TEST, DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS: ENGLAND DOMINATE AS INDIA LOOK TO SAVE FOLLOW-ON

Three days of domination from England and India are battling to save a follow-on now. In response to England’s first-innings total of 578, India are in for some real trouble as they ended Day 3 of the first Test on 257-6 in Chennai, still trailing by 321 runs. Washington Sundar (33) and Ravichandran Ashwin remained unbeaten at Stumps, trying to bring India out of the soup.

1ST TEST, DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS: ROOT RULES THE ROOST AS ENGLAND POST 263-3 AT CHEPAUK

1ST TEST, DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS: ROOT RULES THE ROOST AS ENGLAND POST 263-3 AT CHEPAUK

A tough opening day to the first Test in Chennai saw India concede 263 runs to England for only three wickets on a slow and sluggish pitch that barely provided any help to the bowlers. Winning the toss and deciding to bat first, England rode on Joe Root’s century to end the first day’s proceedings on a high.