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IPL Auction 2022: DC looking for players who can give us more balance, says assistant coach Pravin Amre
The Delhi Capitals have retained four players — wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant, spinner Axar Patel, opener Prithvi Shaw and South African pacer Anrich Nortje.
IPL Auction 2022: From Kagiso Rabada to Pat Cummins, five overseas bowlers who could attract big bids
Let's take a look at five overseas bowlers who could go for big money at the IPL 2022 auction.
IPL auction 2022: It's a level playing field in auction, says Delhi Capitals talent search head Saba Karim
Delhi Capitals retained four players — wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant, spinner Axar Patel, opener Prithvi Shaw and South African pacer Anrich Nortje.
From The Batman, The Lord of the Rings to our very own Brahmastra, 2022 will be a year of varying nerdgasms
There is a purity and reassurance to the fact that even at a time when box office returns may be uncertain and moviegoing may be on the decline, the number of exciting stories and rich new worlds to explore and get lost in certainly isn’t.
IPL 2022 Retention: Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni among others retained; Hardik Pandya, Rashid Khan released
The major names to be released are out of form all-rounder Hardik Pandya and dashing keeper batter Ishan Kishan
Rahul Tripathi's penultimate ball six helped KKR reach their first final since 2014 after losing six wickets for seven runs in a space of 23 balls in death overs.
Kolkata Knight Riders almost committed harakiri in what seemed like an easy run chase against Delhi Capitals in the IPL Qualifier 2 on Wednesday
Kolkata Knight Riders held their nerve after a late collapse with Rahul Tripathi sealing a three-wicket win with a six off Ravichandran Ashwin to enter the IPL final for a third time.
Kolkata Knight Riders knocked Delhi Capitals out with a three-wicket win in Qualifier 2, setting up a repeat of the 2012 final with Eoin Morgan's men now facing Chennai Super Kings in the final.
Two-time champions KKR will face three-time winners Chennai Super Kings in the summit clash in Dubai on Friday.
Highlights, IPL 2021, KKR vs DC Qualifier 2, Full Cricket Score: Tripathi's six off penultimate ball wins it for KKR
IPL 2021, Qualifier 2 Live Updates: Rahul Tripathi’s on strike for the hat-trick ball, and once again goes for the slog like Narine before him, only this time he connects from the middle of his bat, clearing the long off fence in style as KKR knock DC out and keep their fairytale campaign going with a thrilling three-wicket win!
Rabada, who was the tournament's highest wicket taker last edition, has struggled to replicate the terrific form in the second leg of the ongoing season.
One of the best finishers in the game, MS Dhoni rolled back the clock on Sunday as he hit three boundaries in the final over to help CSK complete the chase against DC in Qualifier 1 of IPL 2021.
IPL 2021, Qualifier 1 Live Updates: Tom Curran to see things through. HE'S GOT A WICKET! He offers up a juicy looking slower ball, and Moeen Ali falls for it hook, line and sinker, as he pulls into the hands of Kagiso Rabada on the boundary line! Four for MS Dhoni on the second ball, he's hammered that over extra cover. Back to back boundaries, and this one's thanks to a huge slice of luck as it gets a big inside edge and races off to the rope. Curran started this over so well, but he's under serious pressure here. And he adds to that pressure with a wide! Four runs needed from three balls. MS DHONI NEEDS JUST ONE BALL! Chennai are through to their ninth IPL final, and once again, it's thanks to their hero MS Dhoni! Chennai win by 4 wickets. DC will now face the winner of the KKR v RCB match.
Having suffered a dramatic seven-wicket loss against RCB here on Friday, Delhi Capitals will look to bounce back with a win to make a direct entry into the final of the lucrative event when they take on Chennai Super Kings in Qualifier 1 at the same venue on Sunday.
While the Delhi side (20 points from 13 matches) has made sure of a top-two finish, a defeat at the hands of Sunrisers Hyderabad on Wednesday night has dented RCB's chances of ending second in the points table.
Chasing a modest target of 137, DC prevailed over CSK with two balls to spare after a strong start on a day their captain Pant turned 24.
CSK and DC have been the two most dominating teams in the UAE leg, having lost just one match so far to sail into the play-offs and both would look to finish in the top two as it will give them two shots at reaching the finals.
Defending champions Mumbai Indians are currently in the bottom half of the IPL points table after seven losses from 12 matches but their bowling coach Shane Bond said they are "still in the competition".