• IPL 2022 award winners:

    Who won Orange Cap, Purple Cap, Fairplay, other awards: After two months of riveting action, the 15th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) found its winner. Gujarat Titans, who were one of the two new teams to join the tournament this season, beat Rajasthan Royals for the third time in the season, by seven wickets at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad in the final on Sunday to win their maiden trophy. And even while the Royals lost the final, it was two of their players who won Orange Cap and Purple Cap. One of them, Jos Buttler ended up winning the player of the season award as well as he went past David Warner for the second most runs scored by any player in a season.
    IPL 2022 award winners: Who won Orange Cap, Purple Cap, Fairplay, other awards: After two months of riveting action, the 15th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) found its winner. Gujarat Titans, who were one of the two new teams to join the tournament this season, beat Rajasthan Royals for the third time in the season, by seven wickets at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad in the final on Sunday to win their maiden trophy. And even while the Royals lost the final, it was two of their players who won Orange Cap and Purple Cap. One of them, Jos Buttler ended up winning the player of the season award as well as he went past David Warner for the second most runs scored by any player in a season.
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    IPL 2022 award winners: Who won Orange Cap, Purple Cap, Fairplay and other awards
    Rajasthan Royals' Jos Buttler won a host of awards, including the Orange cap and the player of the season.
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  • IPL 2022:

    KL Rahul on Wednesday reached yet another milestone in his remarkable IPL career. Batting against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) captain completed 500 runs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. It’s the fifth consecutive season in which Rahul has crossed the 500-run mark, becoming the first Indian batter to do so in the tournament history.
    Rahul is only the third Indian batsman, after Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan to get more than 500 runs in five seasons. He is just behind Australia’s David Warner who has done this marvel in 6 seasons.
    IPL 2022: KL Rahul on Wednesday reached yet another milestone in his remarkable IPL career. Batting against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) captain completed 500 runs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. It’s the fifth consecutive season in which Rahul has crossed the 500-run mark, becoming the first Indian batter to do so in the tournament history. Rahul is only the third Indian batsman, after Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan to get more than 500 runs in five seasons. He is just behind Australia’s David Warner who has done this marvel in 6 seasons.
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    IPL 2022: KL Rahul Becomes First Indian Batter to Cross 500-run Mark for Fifth Straight Season
    Rahul is only the third Indian batsman, after Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan to get more than 500 runs in five seasons
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  • How David Warner's Last-Minute Decision To Take Strike On First Ball vs PBKS Cost Him Dear:

    For the first time in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season, Delhi Capitals registered consecutive wins after emerging victorious over Punjab Kings by 17 runs on Monday at the Dr DY Patil Sports Academy. However, the match did not start off on a good note for the Rishabh Pant-led side as opening batter David Warner was sent back to the pavilion on the very first ball of the game by Liam Livingstone. It was Warner's last-minute decision to take the strike on the first ball, and in the end, it backfired.

    Punjab Kings had set the field for the right-handed batter Sarfaraz Khan as he was all set to take the strike. However, at the last minute, Warner walked up to Sarfaraz and the left-handed batter took the strike.
    How David Warner's Last-Minute Decision To Take Strike On First Ball vs PBKS Cost Him Dear: For the first time in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season, Delhi Capitals registered consecutive wins after emerging victorious over Punjab Kings by 17 runs on Monday at the Dr DY Patil Sports Academy. However, the match did not start off on a good note for the Rishabh Pant-led side as opening batter David Warner was sent back to the pavilion on the very first ball of the game by Liam Livingstone. It was Warner's last-minute decision to take the strike on the first ball, and in the end, it backfired. Punjab Kings had set the field for the right-handed batter Sarfaraz Khan as he was all set to take the strike. However, at the last minute, Warner walked up to Sarfaraz and the left-handed batter took the strike.
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    How David Warner's Last-Minute Decision To Take Strike On First Ball vs PBKS Cost Him Dear. Watch | Cricket News
    IPL 2022, PBKS vs DC: David Warner was dismissed on the first ball of the match against Punjab Kings on Monday.
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  • David Warner's last-minute strike swap with Sarfaraz Khan goes horribly wrong in PBKS vs DC IPL match:

    Mitchell Marsh on Monday notched up a gritty half-century before Shardul Thakur's four-wicket haul helped Delhi Capitals stay afloat in the playoffs race with a 17-run win over Punjab Kings. Marsh, who began this season while nursing a hip injury and later tested positive for coronavirus, hit his second straight fifty of the season to power his side to a 159-7 against a disciplined Punjab attack. Shardul Thakur then returned 4/36 in his four overs to restrict the opposition to 142-9 at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbain.
    David Warner's last-minute strike swap with Sarfaraz Khan goes horribly wrong in PBKS vs DC IPL match: Mitchell Marsh on Monday notched up a gritty half-century before Shardul Thakur's four-wicket haul helped Delhi Capitals stay afloat in the playoffs race with a 17-run win over Punjab Kings. Marsh, who began this season while nursing a hip injury and later tested positive for coronavirus, hit his second straight fifty of the season to power his side to a 159-7 against a disciplined Punjab attack. Shardul Thakur then returned 4/36 in his four overs to restrict the opposition to 142-9 at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbain.
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    Watch: David Warner's last-minute strike swap with Sarfaraz Khan goes horribly wrong in PBKS vs DC IPL match
    IPL 2022, DC vs PBKS: While it was a near-perfect game for Delhi Capitals, the 2020 runners up stuttered at the start with David Warner getting out for a golden duck. Watch Video: David Warner's decision to swap strike with Sarfaraz Khan backfires as Liam Livingstone sends him back for golden duck.
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  • Will Prithvi Shaw open with David Warner? A look at Delhi Capitals' likely playing XI against Punjab Kings:

    With an aim to enter the top 4, Delhi Capitals (DC) will square off against Punjab Kings (PBKS) in the 64th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. Both the teams have their chances of making it to the 2nd round. With 6 wins from 12 matches, DC are placed at the 5th spot and are confirmed to enter the top 4 if they emerge victorious. They have a strong NRR of +0.210.
    7th-placed PBKS also have the same number of wins from 12 matches. But their NRR is on the lower side (+.023). Should they win against DC, they will take a big step towards qualifying for the 2nd round for the first time since 2014.
    Will Prithvi Shaw open with David Warner? A look at Delhi Capitals' likely playing XI against Punjab Kings: With an aim to enter the top 4, Delhi Capitals (DC) will square off against Punjab Kings (PBKS) in the 64th match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. Both the teams have their chances of making it to the 2nd round. With 6 wins from 12 matches, DC are placed at the 5th spot and are confirmed to enter the top 4 if they emerge victorious. They have a strong NRR of +0.210. 7th-placed PBKS also have the same number of wins from 12 matches. But their NRR is on the lower side (+.023). Should they win against DC, they will take a big step towards qualifying for the 2nd round for the first time since 2014.
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    Will Prithvi Shaw open with David Warner? A look at Delhi Capitals' likely playing XI against Punjab Kings
    Will Delhi Capitals be boosted by Prithvi Shaw's availability or not? Shaw's availability will be the focus when DC will take on Punjab Kings in the 64th match of IPL 2022. The DC opener has been out of action for two weeks now. He has been discharged after recovering from typhoid and has joined the DC camp.
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  • 'If you're no.4, you come to bat at no.4. Take responsibility':

    The Rajasthan Royals faced their fourth defeat of the 2022 Indian Premier League campaign on Wednesday, when the Delhi Capitals cruised past Sanju Samson's men by 8 wickets. After restricting Rajasthan to 160/6 in 20 overs, the Capitals chased down the target with 11 balls to spare, thanks to a brilliant 144-run stand between Mitchell Marsh (89) and David Warner (52*). With their third loss in last four matches, the Royals remain third on the table with 14 points in 12 games.
    After being invited to bat by Rishabh Pant, RR had lost the early wicket of Jos Buttler (7); as has been the case for the Royals' batting lineup this season, Ravichandran Ashwin was promoted after the early setback and the off-spinner impressed with a half-century in 38 deliveries. However, a 41-run stand with Yashasvi Jaiswal (19) and another 53-run stand with Devdutt Padikkal (48) delayed their captain Sanju Samson's arrival at the crease for the Royals.
    'If you're no.4, you come to bat at no.4. Take responsibility': The Rajasthan Royals faced their fourth defeat of the 2022 Indian Premier League campaign on Wednesday, when the Delhi Capitals cruised past Sanju Samson's men by 8 wickets. After restricting Rajasthan to 160/6 in 20 overs, the Capitals chased down the target with 11 balls to spare, thanks to a brilliant 144-run stand between Mitchell Marsh (89) and David Warner (52*). With their third loss in last four matches, the Royals remain third on the table with 14 points in 12 games. After being invited to bat by Rishabh Pant, RR had lost the early wicket of Jos Buttler (7); as has been the case for the Royals' batting lineup this season, Ravichandran Ashwin was promoted after the early setback and the off-spinner impressed with a half-century in 38 deliveries. However, a 41-run stand with Yashasvi Jaiswal (19) and another 53-run stand with Devdutt Padikkal (48) delayed their captain Sanju Samson's arrival at the crease for the Royals.
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    'If you're no.4, you come to bat at no.4. Take responsibility': Gavaskar slams Sanju Samson for batting order shuffle
    IPL 2022: The former India captain was not impressed with Sanju Samson for the batting order change during the game against Delhi Capitals.
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  • RR vs DC Highlights:

    Riding on Mitchell Marsh’s all-round heroics, Delhi Capitals got their act together in the nick of time to upstage Rajasthan Royals by eight wickets and keep their IPL playoffs hopes alive on Wednesday. After their bowlers restricted RR to 160/6, Marsh’s 62-ball 89 and David Warner’s unbeaten 52 off 41 balls helped the Capitals complete the task with 11 balls to spare for their sixth win of the season that saw the team suffer setbacks both on and off the field, including multiple COVID-19 cases in its camp. Follow highlights of RR vs DC from Mumbai below.
    RR vs DC Highlights: Riding on Mitchell Marsh’s all-round heroics, Delhi Capitals got their act together in the nick of time to upstage Rajasthan Royals by eight wickets and keep their IPL playoffs hopes alive on Wednesday. After their bowlers restricted RR to 160/6, Marsh’s 62-ball 89 and David Warner’s unbeaten 52 off 41 balls helped the Capitals complete the task with 11 balls to spare for their sixth win of the season that saw the team suffer setbacks both on and off the field, including multiple COVID-19 cases in its camp. Follow highlights of RR vs DC from Mumbai below.
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    IPL 2022, RR vs DC Highlights: Delhi Capitals register comfortable win
    IPL 2022, RR vs DC Highlights: Rajasthan Royals were beaten by Delhi Capitals.
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  • Umran Malik was our target:

    Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer Umran Malik has had a torrid time in the last three matches in the Indian Premier League. Umran, who seemed to be the star in the SRH bowling line-up in the last week has conceded 125 runs and has not been able to pick any wickets.

    Against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday, 8 May, Umran Malik was smacked for 20 runs in his first over with Faf du Plessis and Rajat Patidar trying to be ultra-aggressive against him. They seemed to follow the approach Delhi Capitals took against Umran, with Warner using the young fast bowler’s pace against him.
    Umran Malik was our target: Sunrisers Hyderabad pacer Umran Malik has had a torrid time in the last three matches in the Indian Premier League. Umran, who seemed to be the star in the SRH bowling line-up in the last week has conceded 125 runs and has not been able to pick any wickets. Against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday, 8 May, Umran Malik was smacked for 20 runs in his first over with Faf du Plessis and Rajat Patidar trying to be ultra-aggressive against him. They seemed to follow the approach Delhi Capitals took against Umran, with Warner using the young fast bowler’s pace against him.
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    Umran Malik was our target: Wanindu Hasaranga reveals how RCB batters took the attack to SRH pacer
    Umran Malik has been wicketless in his last three matches and has conceded 125 runs. Batsmen have taken an attacking approach against Malik to smash him all around the park in the last three matches.
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  • Delhi Capitals lost to Chennai Super Kings by 91 runs, playoff chances take a hit:

    David Warner glared at Nitin Menon as he walked past him, livid that the umpire’s call didn’t go his way. Maheesh Theekshana’s leg-before appeal was very confident and the DRS showed that Menon was right. Delhi Capitals desperately needed two points from this game to keep their playoffs hopes alive and against Chennai Super Kings’ 208/6, Warner was the team’s best bet. The batsman’s anger captured the frustration of a failed reverse sweep attempt.

    In the end, DC folded up for 117 to lose by 91 runs, a serious blow for them with just three group matches remaining. For CSK, they will take this win and hope against hope.
    Delhi Capitals lost to Chennai Super Kings by 91 runs, playoff chances take a hit: David Warner glared at Nitin Menon as he walked past him, livid that the umpire’s call didn’t go his way. Maheesh Theekshana’s leg-before appeal was very confident and the DRS showed that Menon was right. Delhi Capitals desperately needed two points from this game to keep their playoffs hopes alive and against Chennai Super Kings’ 208/6, Warner was the team’s best bet. The batsman’s anger captured the frustration of a failed reverse sweep attempt. In the end, DC folded up for 117 to lose by 91 runs, a serious blow for them with just three group matches remaining. For CSK, they will take this win and hope against hope.
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    IPL 2022: Delhi Capitals lost to Chennai Super Kings by 91 runs, playoff chances take a hit
    Conway, Gaikwad play connoisseur’s cricket. Moeen does bowling star turn.
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  • Capitals' Warner runs into Sunrisers as race for playoffs hots up:

    Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad haven't met this season yet. Capitals are currently placed seventh and Sunrisers fourth, with only two points separating the two sides. In fact, Sunrisers are fourth only because of a superior net run-rate over two other teams with the same points. Capitals, on the other hand, have the best net run-rate among all teams but can do nothing with it for now.

    There is a pattern in their journey so far this season too: Sunrisers lost two, won five and lost two again, while Capitals have struggled to win two in a row despite nine matches into the league stage. However, their captains are as contrasting as fire and ice, with their strike rates this year speaking as much: Rishabh Pant's 149 is as many as 50 rungs ahead of Kane Williamson's.
    Capitals' Warner runs into Sunrisers as race for playoffs hots up: Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad haven't met this season yet. Capitals are currently placed seventh and Sunrisers fourth, with only two points separating the two sides. In fact, Sunrisers are fourth only because of a superior net run-rate over two other teams with the same points. Capitals, on the other hand, have the best net run-rate among all teams but can do nothing with it for now. There is a pattern in their journey so far this season too: Sunrisers lost two, won five and lost two again, while Capitals have struggled to win two in a row despite nine matches into the league stage. However, their captains are as contrasting as fire and ice, with their strike rates this year speaking as much: Rishabh Pant's 149 is as many as 50 rungs ahead of Kane Williamson's.
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    Capitals' Warner runs into Sunrisers as race for playoffs hots up
    Injury cloud over Washington Sundar who split his webbing again and didn't bowl against CSK
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