Saturday, May 31, 2008

Kings XI Punjab is confident of beating Super Kings in 2nd semifinal Today

Despite losing both their previous IPL matches to Chennai Super Kings, King's XI Punjab were going into today's semi finals against the same opposition with a measure of confidence, team captain Yuvraj Singh and coach Tom Moody said today.

"It's a different ground (Wankhede Stadium) and circumstances are different. We are coming into the game with greater confidence and will be looking to do our best with ball, bat and on the field," the lanky Australia-born Moody said.

Captain Yuvraj said the team had learnt valuable lessons from their losses to Chennai at home and in the latter's backyard (Chidambaram Stadium) and were
keen not to commit the same mistakes.

"We will try not to make the same errors again and will see where the opposition falters and try and take advantage," the stylish left-handed batsman said.

"Our confidence is high with the way we are playing and if we execute our plans properly today, no doubt we can win," the King's XI skipper said.

About his own form with the bat, Yuvraj said the good run he had in their last game would stand him in good stead.

"I had some good form in the last game. It has come at the right time ahead of the semi finals," he said referring to his knock of 49 in 16 balls.

Yuvraj Singh backed his bowling attack by saying it had performed well barring the odd game.


"Our bowlers have bowled well. It's just that the wickets were flat. The attack might have faltered on one or two games, but our bowlers are doing a great job," Yuvraj said. Yuvraj praised the batting of Shaun Marsh, who has accumulated nearly 600 runs in only ten games.

"It's been great to watch him and he's an important member of the team. We hope he does well tomorrow also," he said about the Western Australian left-handed opener's superb show thus far.

Yuvraj also played down his earlier comments criticising the Mumbai crowd and said he was confident they would support his team in the semis.

"My comments have been blown out of proportion. I had only said (after the thrilling one-run win over Mumbai Indians team at this venue) that they should not criticize Indian players. The public here is good and I'm sure at least half of them will support us in our game".

Yuvraj sounded upbeat that many more youngsters would be working hard through domestic and international cricket to make it to the IPL.

"Lot of youngsters who could have come in had to go for international duty and I'm sure many would work harder to come in to the IPL next year," he explained.

Talking about the aspect of coaching in a T20 tournament, Moody said that it was not easy to improve the players' skills. "It's just about trying to get the players as close as possible to each other and getting them to play together. Most of the players have not even seen each other before and at times have seen them only on television. There's not enough time to up skills but you can only help with improving technique and innovation," the King's XI coach said.

Moody said it was not proper to judge a coach's worth after only one year of IPL.

"It's not about the coach but about the players. It's just about creating the right environment about the players. You can't judge a coach in the first year of the IPL," he said, adding it would be ideal to do so after a couple of years.

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Friday, May 30, 2008

Rajasthan Royals in IPL Final

 Rajasthan Royals into the final of the inaugural Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament.

Watson plundered 52 from just 29 deliveries before wreaking havoc with the ball, taking a parsimonious 3 for 10 to thrash Glenn McGrath's Delhi Daredevils by 105 runs in Mumbai.

The Shane Warne-skippered Royals were sent in to bat after losing the toss, and raced a to monstrous 9 for 192 from their allotted 20 overs.

South African captain Graeme Smith (25) and Swapnil Asnodkar (39) laid the platform atop the Royals' order, before Watson and Yusuf Pathan (45 from 21) took to the Daredevils with reckless abandon.

McGrath was expensive, going for 38 runs without return from his four-over spell.

Delhi offered little in response in a one-sided semi-final, skittled for just 87 runs with 3.5 overs to spare.

Watson starred with the ball alongside Warne (2 for 21) and Munaf Patel (3 for 17), with Tillakaratne Dilshan's 33 from 22 posting the Daredevils' highest individual score.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008


IPL Semi-finals Ms_dhoni

Batting first, the Chargers only managed 147, a target that was chased down with relative ease by the Kings. Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni steering Chennai to victory with a 55-run stand, Raina top scored with 54 not out. 

Chennai will now face Kings XI Punjab in the semi-finals, while Shane Warne and Shane Watson's top of the table Rajasthan Royals will play Glenn McGrath's Delhi Daredevils in the first semi-final on Saturday.

Tomorrow's final round-robin match between Mumbai and Bangalore is a dead rubber.

Deccan Chargers v Chennai Super Kings

Deccan  8/147

Venugopal Rao (IND) - 46 (46)
Dwaraka Ravi Teja (IND) - 40 (28)
Scott Styris (NZL) - 20 (20)

Lakshmipathy Balaji (IND) - 2/34
Albie Morkel (RSA) - 2/37
Manpreet Gony (IND) - 1/21

Chennai  3/148

Suresh Raina (IND) - 54* (43)
MS Dhoni (IND) - 37 (25)
Parthiv Patel (IND) - 20 (27)

Pragyan Ojha (IND) - 1/28
PM Sarvesh Kumar (IND) - 1/18

Player of the match: Suresh Raina (Chennai Super Kings)

Chennai Super Kings won by 7 wickets (with 4 balls remaining

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Sunday, May 25, 2008

Kolkatta Beat Mohali, Sourav 86(53)

Sourav Ganguly to set Eden Gardens alight by smacking Irfan Pathan for 15 off the first four balls of the last over to take Kolkata Knight Riders to a thrilling, three-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab.

Ganguly made an unbeaten 86 off 53 balls (six sixes, six fours) to mastermind the Knight Riders' chase of Punjab's 174 for six and end what has been a disappointing campaign for them with a victory. Apart from Ganguly's innings, the other hero for Kolkata was Umar Gul, who slammed two sixes off his first and third deliveries to up the scoring rate at just the right time.

Kumar Sangakkara's 45-ball 64 (two sixes, seven fours) was the highlight of Punjab's innings.

In the day's first game, Bangalore Royal Challengers beat Deccan Chargers by five wickets to record their fourth win and assure themselves of seventh place. Chasing a modest 165, Bangalore scored 65 from the last four overs.

Balachandra Akhil was the hero of the hour, smiting 27 off seven balls (three sixes, two fours), which was some effort considering he had scored a total of?14 in his previous five innings. The result confirmed Deccan Chargers as wooden spoonists.

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Friday, May 16, 2008


The big fat IPL format has made the dull months of April and May boom time in Calcutta. With the shortest form of cricket gaining in popularity, cash tills are ringing all over — hotels, malls, restaurants and retail stores.

"Traditionally, April-May are lean months for the hospitality industry. Last year, there was 85 per cent room occupancy around this time, but this year we are full up," said a spokesperson for ITC Sonar Calcutta.

With the teams and celebrity guests pushing up the occupancy rates, the average room rate has gone up at the Bypass hotel, the spokesperson added.

The Park, hosting the commentators, has also witnessed a 15 to 20 per cent rise in occupancy in the past month and is expecting to improve on the performance once the Mohali team checks in later this month.

The benefits of excitement around T20 matches have trickled down below the star hotels.

If Sanjeev Bhargava of Trade Links is busy meeting the demand for luxury cars — he has supplied Shah Rukh Khan's Mercedes — the New Market hawker selling Kolkata Knight Riders T-shirts is finding it difficult to meet the demand. "The T-shirts are selling like hot cakes… People are buying them before going to Eden Gardens," said the middle-aged man selling the black-and-gold T-shirts at anything between Rs 75 and Rs 150.

The expensive variants — Reebok's KKR jerseys at Rs 1,699 — are also flying off the shelves. "Our biggest challenge now is to meet the demand. We are taking bookings in advance. Shah Rukh's No. 12 jersey is the biggest sell-out," says Reebok India managing director Subhinder Singh Prem.

With the home team bouncing back with two consecutive wins, the next leg of the IPL promises to be more exciting. To cash in on the craze, malls have put up giant screens and restaurants are coming up with attractive offers.

"At the lounge, we definitely see an upsurge the days the Calcutta team is playing. It is like a festival and the footfall increases by 35 per cent," said Ashim Mewar, the restaurant director of Red Kitchen and Lounge.

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Monday, May 12, 2008

Kings XI Punjab beat Bangalore

It was Australia day in Mohali as two young West Australians, Shaun Marsh, 24 (son of Geoff) and 23-year-old Luke Pomersbach, shared an unbroken stand of 102 in 9.2 overs as Kings XI Punjab beat Bangalore by nine wickets. Marsh hit 74 off 51 balls and Pomersbach 34 off 24 balls as Kings XI overhauled Bangalore's 143 for eight in 15.4 overs to register their sixth win. Sachin Tendulkar will play his first IPL match when he appears for Mumbai Indians against Chennai tomorrow.

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Rajasthan Royals
Rajasthan Royals and the Chennai Super Kings are quickly establishing themselves as title contenders of the inaugural Indian Premier League which took off spectacularly just under a month ago in Bangalore.

The Royals led by former Australian star, Shane Warne, re-grouped after their loss to the Super Kings late last week to get back to the top of the table after their comfortable three-wicket win over the Delhi Dare Devils in Jaipur on Sunday.

They have a two-point lead over the Super Kings, who experienced a bleak period last week where they lost three matches on the trot and who edged out the Kings XI Punjab in a thriller at the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Saturday evening
Both teams have played nine matches, the Rajasthan Royals have 14 points while the Super Kings have 12.

The Kolkata Knight Riders, who went five matches without a win, have also bounced back. They recorded two superb wins in the last two games, they beat the Royal Challengers by five runs just before the weekend and on Sunday they turned in one of their better performances when they beat the Deccan Chargers by 23 runs in Hyderabad to move into fifth place on the table.

Sourav Ganguly led from the front as he scored a blistering 57-ball 91 with five 6s and 11 4s to help his side to a match-winning 204-4 off 20 overs.

Australian David Hussey also got among the runs, scoring 57 off 29 balls with three 6s and four 4s to boost the total.


The Deccan Chargers, who seem to have lost the plot even through they have some talented players for this format of the game in Adam Gilchrist, Herschelle Gibbs and Scott Styris, were restricted to 181-7 in their 20 overs.

Only Venugopal Rao, who blasted a 42-ball 71 with four 4s and two 6s at the bottom of their innings, and Rohit Sharma, who scored 33, were able to come to terms with the Knight Riders bowling.

Ashok Dinda was the stand-out in the Knight Riders attack with 3-33 while Ganguly, who was named the Man of the Match afterwards, bagged 2-25.

In the later game Warne's Rajasthan Royals were given a rude shock in the penultimate over, bowled by the Australian, when Farvez Maharoof slammed 27 off the over to take the Delhi Dare Devils from 122-6 to 149-7 in just six balls.

But in the end they overcame the 156-7 set by the Dare Devils and ended with 159-7 to sneak a three-wicket win and remain unbeaten at home in Jaipur.

Rao's strikes were just the boost that Dare Devils needed at the time as they looked doomed at that stage of the encounter.

Those mighty swings, he struck fours sixes off Warne's over, at least gave his side an outside chance of clinching a win.

But another Australian Shane Watson, who has earlier taken two vital wickets, scored 74 off 40 balls came to the party for the Rajasthan Royals at the crucial moment.

Graeme Smith and Watson were involved in a 71-runs stand which helped. Smith scored 24.

The Kings XI Punjab, who suffered a setback before the weekend when they were beaten by four wickets by the Super Kings, meet the struggling Royals Challengers in Chandigarh today.

They are favoured to win the game as the Royals Challengers have struggled all the way to find a good combination for this format even though they have some of the best players in the world in their squad.

Monday: Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers, Chandigarh. TV: 4.20pm on SS2 and CSN.

Tuesday: Kolkata Knight Riders v Delhi Dare Devils, Eden Gardens, Kolkata. TV: 4.20pm on SS2 and CSN.

Wednesday: Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. TV: 4.20pm on SS2 and CSN.

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Having let Chennai amass the IPL's highest total in their first fixture, Punjab didn't do their chances of making it six wins in a row any good, as Mahendra Singh Dhoni's side piled up an impressive 181-4 at the MA Chidambaram stadium here yesterday. However, Punjab staged a remarkable recovery as they conceded just 37 from their last five overs.
Powered by Suresh Raina's (26) early fireworks and some lusty hitting led by Dhoni (60 not out), Chennai have forced Mohali on the backfoot once again. But it was an imacculate 47-ball 64 from Subramaniam Badrinath that got them out of jail early on.
That Sreesanth remains an enigma in cricketing circles was vindicated during this game. The India speedster was innocuous in his first over, starting off with a couple of wides before Sivaramakrishnan Vidyut blasted him through the covers twice. But as has so often been the case, the bowler returned to get rid of the opener with a peach.
His second over was equally dramatic, with the bowler getting smashed on his toe by a firm shot from Suresh Raina on his follow-through. Limping by now, Sreesanth then bowled a wide that should have been penalised for two runs instead of one, but removed Stephen Fleming in the same over as Chennai lost both their openers who provided them a rollicking start to their run chase in Delhi two days back.
Suresh Raina and Badrinath, batting at No. 4 for the first time in the competition, stepped it up with remarkable urgency, pushing for the twos and picking the gaps in between, before Dhoni and Badrinath's 91-run stand lifted them to a commanding position.
Dhoni's susceptibility to spin bowling has been picked up by sides in the competition, as Shane Warne and Pragyan Ojha's success against him show. But the Indian One-day captain didn't let Piyush Chawla settle down, repeatedly stepping out and launching him into the stands

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Monday, May 5, 2008

Shoaib Akhtar Can Now Play In IPL

Shoaib Akhtar in action
Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar's five-year ban was suspended for a month by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Sunday.

A PCB tribunal accepted a plea from Shoaib that the ban should be suspended temporarily so that he can play in the Indian Premier League.

Justice Aftab Farrukh, who heads the tribunal, said the ban was delayed until the next hearing on June 4.

"Since it will take time to dispose of Shoaib's regular appeal against the ban the tribunal felt that preventing him from playing in the league would have been an additional penalty on him," Farrukh said.

"It would have been an additional penalty which has not even been prescribed by the disciplinary committee of the board which banned him from playing in or for Pakistan but not outside Pakistan."

Shoaib was banned for five years by the PCB last month for several incidents of indiscipline and violating the conditions of a two-year probation.

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IPL Funda

 Star power combined with sports: Preity Zinta, owner of Kings XI — the Mohali team — at the PCA stadium, Mohali, along with an enthusiastic crowd of cricket fans
Indian Premier League (IPL) has redefined the people's perception of Twenty20 cricket, both as a sporting pursuit and as a spectator spectacle. Purists may wince at the IPL Twenty20 Championship (18 April-1 June) as not being the "real thing". But the encouraging response generated by the event has proved that this instant form of cricket has been lapped up by the fans, and is here to stay.
The three-hour time frame in which the encapsulated thrills and spills unlimited give people their money's worth. No surprise, fans are willing to dig deep into their pockets to buy the steeply priced IPL tickets, though at many centres the ticket sales are yet to pick up momentum. Money, indeed, is the name of the game as the players, sponsors, franchisees, staging associations and the Board of Control for Cricket India (BCCI) are all set to reap the riches.

The franchisees have sunk crores to own their teams, and no franchise is taking it as a charitable activity, claiming that they are here to promote cricket. They have invested crores to beget crores, and they are not apologetic about the nakedly commercial nature of the event. No expense is being spared, with cheer girls and all making the IPL an event to remember and cherish. The impressive lineup of players assembled from all the cricket-playing countries is indeed a major draw, ensuring quality cricket.

The BCCI is learnt to have netted Rs 7,000 crore, or thereabouts, from the sale of television rights alone, and six players were signed up for over a million dollars each. The IPL has turned out to be a cash cow for overseas players where cricket does not generate much income in the turnstile, like in India, nor are their cricket boards cash-rich.

The IPL has also shown how private players, with the support of the BCCI and the staging associations, could organise such events with taut efficiency, compared to the laid-back attitude of the State cricket associations who conduct traditional Test and ODI matches in a sloppy manner.

The cheerleaders may have faced flak but the IPL gave people a lot to cheer about

Mercifully, the IPL, as many feared, has not become a flip-flop show, as all those involved, including the top players—both Indian and foreign—hired at enormous cost, have shown true professionalism, despite playing for city-specific clubs with fancy names, and no national identity to boast of. The eclectic mix of players sharing the same dressing room, playing alongside or playing against each other, is a new experience, which will expand the mindset of the players, who can learn from each other's experience, and learn to nurture personal relationships (though the Harbhajan Singhs may prove to be an inglorious exception). Indian fans could never have seen on home grounds, and for such a long duration, a fine mix of celebrity players like Shane Warne, Brett Lee, Glen McGrath, A B de Villiers, Daniel Vettori, Muthiah Muralitharan, Matthew Hayden, Brendon Mc Cullum, Michael Hussey, Adam Gilchrist, Andrew Symonds, Mark Boucher, Shaun Pollock, Sanath Jayasuriya, Graeme Smith, Ricky Ponting, Chris Gayle and David Hussey but for the IPL. The eight teams will play each other twice on home and away basis and the top four teams will play the semi-finals. In all, there will be 59 matches spread over 44 days and the final will be played at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai on June 1.

And to think of it, the BCCI was the last cricket board to get on the Twenty20 bandwagon, after putting up stout resistance till the International Cricket Council (ICC) read out the riot act—shape up or ship out. The Indian Board really warmed upto the miniature cricket only after Mahendra Singh Dhoni's "boys" won the inaugural T20 World Championship in South Africa last year. But the BCCI's hands to organise the IPL was forced by the challenge posed by the Indian Cricket League (ICL), headed by Kapil Dev, and promoted by Zee TV's Subhash Chandra. Chandra is no Kerry Packer—the Australian television tycoon was the first to challenge the established cricket order in the 1970s when he floated the World Series Cricket Down Under with coloured clothings, white balls, skimply clad damsels etcetera entertaining the spectators— but was man enough to swim in untested waters. Whether the ICL will be able to pass muster in the coming months and years is a guessy game, but the way the IPL has taken off, the championship looks set for a long haul. And for the success of the IPL, a huge chunk of credit must go to the young and dynamic Lalit Modi for its imaginative conceptualisation.

Though the ICC is yet to allot the IPL a definite slot in its crowded Futures Tour Programme calendar, that may change when BCCI president Sharad Pawar takes over the reins of the ICC a few months from now. For the present, the IPL has drawn up a 10-year plan, though slotting the event in the cricket calendar seems to be a knotty problem. There are many reasons why the IPL will be a success. The first and foremost is the huge money involved in the event. The sponsors have shown their willingness to invest crores to own clubs, sponsor clubs and matches. Young and old players are getting a chance to prove their worth, and in this tough like a nail competition, only the fittest will survive. And the eight teams in the fray are also giving a chance to their captains to showcase their captaincy skills and leadership acumen to upstage each other. Tight bowling, fast scoring and electric fielding are some of the exciting features of the IPL which keep the spectators glued and entertained.

The scrap between Harbhajan Singh and S Sreesanth in Mohali the other day is proof enough that the competition is getting heated up, as the stakes are very high for the teams, captains, players, sponsors...

The BCCI and the IPL also deserve kudos for cracking the whip against Harbhajan—and possibly against Sreesanth—for his unacceptable behaviour, which shows that the players cannot trifle with the competition.

With a total purse of Rs 12 crore, and the winning team slated to pocket Rs 4.2 crore, the IPL is no child's play, though it is intended to showcase the youth power in cricket. The prize money is so huge that even the bottom-placed team will earn Rs 40 lakh, which is no petty cash. And the player of the tournament will be richer by Rs 10 lakh.

The IPL has also opened up a window of opportunity to the fringe players who would have otherwise struggled to get into even their state teams. The Under-19 and Under-21 players no more have to wait eternally in the shadows of their seniors for a call up to the national team. Now they have choices aplenty to display their talent, make their mark and make money too. Who would have thought that players like Manpreet Goni, Abhishek Nayar, Ashok Dandu, Abhishek Jadeja, Dinesh Salukhe, Karan Goel and Shikhar Dhawan would have received national spotlight but for the IPL?

In the long run, only youthful performers will survive, perhaps with the exception of a "genius" like Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin's "to-be or not-to-be" dilemma has not helped the cause of his Mumbai team, leaving stand-in captain Harbhajan Singh to face the music. (Remember, the Harbhajan-Sreesanth fracas occurred after the Mumbai team suffered their third straight defeat). If Sachin was not fit enough to play in the IPL, he should have opted out. He has blocked the place of a deserving player at the top by being just a titular "icon".

Many other senior players like Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and Virender Shewag, and younger lot like Mahendra Singh Dhoni (who was bought by Chennai for a whopping Rs 6 crore) and Gautam Gambhir have used the IPL as a springbaord to give their career a nice varnishing. Sehwag's swashbuckling unbeaten 94 against Deccan Chargers, with a "4-6-4-6-4-6" over off Andrew Symonds boot, proved that he could crack big scores, with big shots, in limited overs cricket too.

Those who howl that the IPL will kill Test and ODI cricket should also realise that it's time much innovation was brought into traditional cricket to bring back fans to the grounds, and for which the facilities need to be upgraded, competition tight and fast, and of course the home team's success rate, their ability to produce results. Otherwise Twenty20 will sweep every other form of cricket asunder


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