NOT A SINGLE ball has been bowled yet in the 10th edition of the IPL, and the tournament organisers and owners are already fretting over injury concerns to some marquee names.
FORMER AUSSIE BATSMAN Brad Hodge has apologized for his remarks on Virat Kohli after the India skipper pulled out of the fourth Test against Australia due to a sore shoulder.
AUSSIE BATSMAN Brad Hodge has drawn a poor inference by stating that India skipper Virat Kohli, who missed the fourth and the final Test against India, could be saving himself for IPL 10, scheduled to kick off on April 5.
RECENTLY, THE BCCI announced renewal of contracts for a long list of Indian players. However, one veteran cricketer who did not find a place in the list was Suresh Raina.
ALTHOUGH THE Gujarat Lions don't have a great bowling line-up, their explosive top-order batsmen and match-winning all-rounders are capable of taking them to the playoffs for the second year in a row.
AS WE NEAR the 10th season of the Indian Premier League, we take a look at some of the lesser known Indians who could play a vital for their respective teams.
GUJARAT LIONS have arguably the best overseas batting line-up, coupled with two world class all-rounders too. However, their bowling looks quite thin and might haunt them.
INDIAN SPIN DUO Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja have become the first set of spinners to be jointly ranked number one in the ICC Test rankings for bowlers.
ALTHOUGH the IPL-10 player auction was not as riveting in comparison to its previous editions, it certainly did throw up some exciting moments. From good, bad to surprising ones...
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