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Shimron Hetmyer

Dhawan, Stoinis show exit to Sunrisers Hyderabad

Delhi Capitals will now challenge Mumbai Indians for the title on Tuesday, having lost to them in the first Qualifier

Sunrisers hammer DC by 88 runs, stay alive in race for playoffs

In response to 219/2 wickets, DC were blown away for 131 and succumbed to their third consecutive defeat of the season

Chakravarthy stars with five-for in KKR’s 59-run victory over DC

Chasing a stiff target of 195, Chakravarthy (5/20) and Pat Cummins (3/17) gave the Delhi Capitals batsmen a torrid time to restrict them to 135 for 9 in 20 overs

Darren Bravo in, Shai Hope out

Hope, a veteran of 34 tests, has had a poor recent run in test cricket. He's averaged 19.48 since December 2017 and just 14.45 since February 2019, lowering his career test average to 26.27.

Mumbai Indians face off table toppers Delhi Capitals

Be it a potent top-order, a strong middle-order or a lethal bowling attack, there is hardly anything that separates the two sides

Delhi Capitals’ young blood gunning for IPL glory

The team management assembled a team that is a mix of youth and experience.

Closed-door matches will give us an edge in England: Phil Simmons

Suspended since March due to the deadly virus, international cricket is set to be back when West Indies and England lock horns in a three-match Test series starting July 8 at Southampton.

Darren, Hetmyer pull out of England tour

Cricket West Indies (CWI) announced a 14-man squad for the series, which is expected to mark resumption of international cricket if it gets the final approval from the UK government

WI beat India by 8 wickets in 1st ODI, Hetmyer, Hope hit tons

Chasing a challenging 288 for a victory on a sluggish wicket, 22-year old Hetmyer took 106 balls for his sensational 139 which was studded with 11 fours and seven huge sixes

Ind-WI 2nd T20I: Windies level series with comprehensive win

West Indies chased down a target of 171 with nine balls to spare with opener Lendl Simmons being unbeaten on 67

Yuvraj Singh slams India’s sloppy fielding in first T20I 

In the first innings, the Indians were far from impressive on the field as Washington Sundar and Rohit Sharma dropped a few catches.

Chase master Kohli puts on a master class

The Indian skipper hits an unbeaten 94 as India take 1-0 lead with stunning win

With Shikhar Dhawan back, KL Rahul could be back at number 4

Kohli, who also enjoyed a great run in the mega event, will not be short on motivation despite the lack of world beaters in the opposition camp.

England prove too hot for Windies

Joe Root slams century and picks up two wickets as hosts crush opposition by eight wickets

Coulter-Nile, Starc star as Oz beat WI in close contest

While Australia recorded their second victory in as many matches, West Indies succumbed to their first loss of the tournament after beating Pakistan in their cup opener

Take Windies lightly at your own peril

The team from Caribbean has match winners but lack of consistency a major worry

Hetmyer blitz keeps SRH’s play-off dream uncertain

Hetmyer's knock contained four boundaries and six hits into the stands while Gurkeerat's innings was laced with eight fours and a six

RR look to keep playoffs hopes alive against RCB

Rajasthan bring their campaign back on track by beating Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders.

CSK aim to oust RCB in Bengaluru

Chennai, would aim for victory against RCB and confirm their berth in the play-offs.

Chance for King Kohli to stamp his authority in IPL

The Bengaluru franchise is optimistic of ending on a high in new season.

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