IPL 2019 Teams

Learnt a lot about mental aspect of the game from Ricky Ponting, Sourav Ganguly: Prithvi Shaw

Young Prithvi Shaw on Friday said he learnt a lot about the mental aspect of the game from legendary Ricky Ponting and Sourav Ganguly during the recently-concluded Indian Premier League.

IPL 2019 final: Jimmy Neesham deletes tweet on MS Dhoni’s dismissal, says ‘he just doesn’t care’

New Zealand cricketer Jimmy Neesham took down his tweet suggesting MS Dhoni's dismissal in the IPL 2019 final was a clear out and posted a new one saying that he 'just don't actually care'.

IPL 2019 awards fiasco: Angry Diana Edulji hits out at BCCI acting president

Edulji wanted to present the IPL winners' trophy to the champion team but was overruled by her CoA colleague Lt Gen Ravi Thodge, who felt that convention of the president giving away the trophy should be followed. Khanna, in the end, gave away the trophy.

Learnt different things in IPL 2019 from different coaches, players: Jonny Bairstow

England opener Jonny Bairstow says batting alongside Australian swashbuckler David Warner during a successful Indian Premier League helped raise his game.

IPL 2019 Final: The last ball, in Shardul Thakur’s words

IPL 2019: Chennai Super Kings fast bowler regrets not going for a big shot against Mumbai Indians’ Lasith Malinga on the final ball of the final.

The 12th edition of the Indian Premier League is all set to kick-off on March 23 with defending champions Chennai Super Kings hosting Royal Challengers Bangalore at home. All eight franchises are studded with star players and the T20 extravaganza promises to deliver another exciting season. Defending champions Chennai Super Kings have retained most of their players. Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Pandya brothers who are a regular face in Indian T20I squad will feature for Mumbai Indians. Virat Kohli, who has kept his critics at bay with his match-winning knocks, will hope to end Royal Challenger Bangalore title drought. Delhi franchise are looking to make a fresh start in the league after years of underachievement and will henceforth be called as Delhi Capitals. Australian cricketers Steve Smith and David Warner will return to their respective teams after the duo were ousted from participating in the previous edition. Smith will return to the Rajasthan Royals squad, while his Australian teammate will once again don the Sunrisers Hyderabad jersey.