As it happened: Hussey, Vijay steer CSK to 10-wicket victory

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Coming off a thumping away win over Pune Warriors, Kings XI Punjab will face a stern test when they take on a wounded Chennai Super Kings in their Pepsi Indian Premier League match, here tomorrow.

Having lost to Mumbai Indians in their opening game, the Super Kings would look to make amends quickly ahead of their match tomorrow. While a relatively inexperienced Kings XI side would go in as underdogs in this contest despite a resounding eight-wicket win over lacklustre Pune Warriors.

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This year, Kings XI Punjab have won their opening game for the first time.

On the bowling front, the hosts would be pleased with a disciplined performance from the seamers in the last match. Pacer Praveen Kumar, who recently returned from an injury lay off followed by a ban, looked in good rhythm as he picked up two key wickets including that of dangerous Ross Taylor.

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Kings XI won their first match against Pune. BCCI

CSK, on the other hand, would be looking to put behind the disappointment of their nine-run loss. Even though the match went down to the last over courtesy heroics from skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni (26-ball 51), CSK coach, Stephen Fleming, had expressed his displeasure over poor shot selection from some of his batsmen against MI.

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Updated Date: Apr 10, 2013 23:13 PM

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