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SRH removes Warner as captain, Williamson to lead for remaining season

SunRisers Hyderabad would like to announce that Kane Williamson will be taking over the captaincy for tomorrow's match and for the remainder of IPL 2021.

World T20 venues could be curtailed: BCCI

"We are still hopeful that with five months left and significant population being vaccinated, we will be in a position to host World T20," said a senior BCCI office bearer

Maxwell hints of Aussies travelling with Team India to England

A senior BCCI official agreed that the option could be explored looking at the international travel guidelines during the last week of May as all commercial flights from India to Australia are banned

IPL 2021: Rajasthan Royals contributes Rs 7.5 crore towards Covid relief

Players along with the team owners and team management have come forward to raise funds and have been working along with the Rajasthan Royals' philanthropic arm Royal Rajasthan Foundation (RRF) in partnership with the British Asian Trust (BAT).

IPL table: CSK back on top, SRH rooted to bottom

With 10 points from six games, CSK are level on points with second-placed Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and lead third-placed Delhi Capitals by two points. They, however, have a far superior net run rate (NRR) than RCB.

We close to putting in perfect performance: Chris Jordan

Jordan said that Punjab Kings had been training with wet balls in the net to get used to the high volume of dew that is there in Ahmedabad, which is where they will play their next three games

Struggling Sunrisers Hyderabad run into in-form CSK

CSK had an underwhelming 2020 season but the team, packed with seasoned players, is now displaying the efficiency it is known for

BCCI assures safe return of foreign players after IPL

Andrew Tye (Rajasthan Royals) and the duo of Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa (both Royal Challengers Bangalore) withdrew as apprehension set in after a couple of weeks went by smoothly for the league

Life gets tough as IPL franchises focus on mental health of players

The sudden departure of three Australian players - Andrew Tye (Rajasthan Royals), Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson (both Royal Challengers Bangalore) and R Ashwin (Delhi Capitals)

Off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin opts out of IPL

I would be taking a break from this years IPL from tomorrow. My family and extended family are putting up a fight against #COVID19 and I want to support them during these tough times.

Delhi Capitals beat SRH in first Super Over of the season

SRH, who sent in captain David Warner and Kane Williamson, managed to take just seven runs in their Super Over which was bowled by Axar Patel

With eye on rising Covid cases, SRH players urge people to stay at home

In the video, Manish Pandey says: "Hey, Orange Army we are looking at the second wave of Covid-19."

Bishnoi’s commitment and focus is sorted: PK coach Kumble

In a low-scoring match, MI could only put up 131 for six on the board. Punjab Kings finished the match in 17.4 overs with skipper KL Rahul scoring an unbeaten 60.

Feeling fit, I am on top of my game: Chris Gayle

KL Rahul and Chris Gayle played unbeaten knocks of 60 and 43 as Punjab Kings defeated Mumbai Indians by nine wickets with 14 balls to spare here at the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Friday evening.

Punjab Kings romp to 9-wicket win over Mumbai Indians

Rahul hits half-century as his side defeats Mumbai Indians by nine wickets

IPL table: RCB solidify top spot, RR rooted to bottom

The perfect start has helped them reach eight points and their dominant win over Rajasthan Royals (RR) has also given a boost to their net run rate (NRR), which has gone from +0.750

It was an exceptional innings: Sangakkara on Padikkal’s maiden IPL ton

I thought it was an exceptional innings. He played really, really well. He played the shots that he knew he could play and he kind of anticipated some of the deliveries that were going to be bowled with the fields set.

MI looking for consistency against Punjab

The Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai crashed to defeat against Delhi Capitals following an inept batting performance and will look for redemption

Rohit Sharma fined Rs 12L for MI’s slow over rate vs DC

"As it was his team's first offence of the season under the IPL's Code of Conduct relating to minimum over rate offences, Mr Sharma was fined Rs 12 lakh," it said.

MI showed great character to drag match into final over, says Jayant

Leg-spinner Amit Mishra spun a web over Mumbai Indians before Shikhar Dhawan and Steve Smith played knocks of 45 and 33 respectively as Delhi Capitals registered a win

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