HASHIM AMLA, AB de Villiers and David Miller will not feature in any of the remaining IPL 10 games as the South African trio have left the cash-rich tournament to be a part of the national side that is set to play three-match ODI series against England, starting May 24.
MUMBAI INDIANS have been a successful chasing side and they have won majority of their games this season by batting second.
WHILE FANS have been voicing their disappointment over Gautam Gambhir’s exclusion from the India squad that is set to play the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, the Kolkata Knight Riders skipper opined that the selection for any ODI tournament should be done after considering their performance in the domestic 50-over format.
FOLLOWING SUNRISERS HYDERABAD’S seven wicket win over table-leaders Mumbai Indians, skipper David Warner credited his side’s all-round impressive performance.
FOLLOWING THE BCCI’S announcement of squad for the Champions Trophy 2017, chairman of selection committee MSK Prasad mentioned that Kuldeep Yadav and Rishabh Pant were taken into consideration for selection.
IPL CHAIRMAN Rajeev Shukla has clearly stated that the Chennai Super Kings and the Rajasthan Royals will make a comeback in the next edition of the cash-rich league.
DELHI DAREDEVILS trio Kigiso Rabada, Chris Morris and Angelo Matthews have left IPL 10 in order to join their respective national teams ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
THE 10th edition of IPL has provided the platform for players from obscurity to announce themselves on the biggest stage. On the fantasy cricket front too, a few names have made the leaderboard charts.
COURTESY OF a remarkable performance by openers Chris Lynn and Sunil Narine, Kolkata Knight Riders thrashed Royal Challengers Bangalore and won the game by six wickets.