CSK coach credits MI with playing nice brand of cricket

Mumbai Indians continued its success at Chepauk, by winning the all-important Qualifier 1 against Chennai Super Kings by six wickets to book a spot in the summit clash of the IPL 2019. After winning the toss, CSK opted to bat first. On a slow pitch the batsmen could not get going and losing wickets early on also did not help CSK’s cause. Continue Reading

Patchy CSK banking on home advantage

Handed a reality check in their last league fixture, defending champions Chennai Super Kings would bank on home advantage to seal their place in the summit clash when they take on a confident Mumbai Indians in the Qualifier 1 of… Continue Reading

Can Mumbai stop CSK’s winning streak at home?

In an all important clash, the arch-rivals and two most successful IPL franchises, Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians will battle it out against each other at Chepauk. Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Mild baton charge at ticket buyers at Chepauk stadium

With Chennai Super Kings (CSK) playing against Mumbai Indians (MI) in a crucial Indian Premier League match Friday (26 April), the lines at the ticket counters started forming from last night. So, when there was a slight delay in issuing the tickets this morning, the young crowd became restless. Continue Reading

IPL: Mumbai police deny security threat to Wankhede Stadium

The Mumbai city police today said there was no security threat to the Wankhede Stadium in south Mumbai during the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches and that it was fake news. Continue Reading

Could not have asked for better start: Alzarri Joseph

“I could not have asked for a better start,” a soft spoken Alzarri Joseph said after claiming the best bowling figures in IPL history on his tournament debut. Young Windies pacer ended with sensational figures of six for 12 in… Continue Reading

IPL 2019: Fleming all praise for Pandya’s all-round performance

Pandya hit three sixes and one four in his unbeaten blitzkrieg and later picked up three wickets for 20 runs, including that of rival team skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, to help Mumbai Indians halt Chennai Super Kings at 133 for 8 and hand them their first defeat of the season. Continue Reading