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The seventh episode of Bowled Over features Indian national team fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah in conversation with New Zealand pacer Mitchell McClenaghan.
The fourth episode of Bowled Over features former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris in conversation with New Zealand pacer Trent Boult.
Our Men in Blue are blazing quite the trail in England, where they are for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 — on the field, and off it
Champions Mumbai Indians attracted over 83 million engagements across various digital platforms during the IPL 10, which ended last month.
Champions Trophy 2017: Andrew Strauss defends Ben Stokes' decision to extend time in IPL despite injury fears
Andrew Strauss believes letting England stars such as Ben Stokes play in the Indian Premier League is worth any potential injury risk.
Krunal Pandya said: "You have to understand the situation, monitor the team's requirements and bowl accordingly. And generally in T20 format, if you curb the run flow, wickets would automatically fall."
Despite his lack of form in IPL-10, Jadeja still forms the core of the squad that reached England on Thursday, with the all-rounder banking both on his form throughout the bygone season and his last appearance in the mega event.
Kohli said: "After the kind of season we have had, it teaches you about yourself as a person. From the mindset point of view, it made me realise that you can't possibly do everything in every game."
Here is a comprehensive statistical analysis of IPL 2017.
Mumbai Indians dispelled a few stereotypes, such as that of being slow starters, while dishing out a set of consistent performances to lift the trophy for a third time.
Rohan Gavaskar and Amol Muzumdar talk about their favourite moments of the 2017 Indian Premier League (IPL) and announce different awards.
To celebrate Mumbai Indians' title win, Nita and Mukesh Ambani threw a grand private party which was attended by celebrities and players alike.
IPL in its first decade was like an infant — it shat its pants in public, embarrassed parents and guardians, threw tantrums and was rapped by higher powers for misbehaviour.
After a dramatic end to the 10th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), here are the five things we learned from the cash-rich league.
IPL 2017: From super-subs to midseason loans, a look at how teams could use international players better
Here's a look at a few suggestions that the IPL could implement to ensure that international players are utilised in a better way by the teams.
Rising Pune Supergiant run to the final was a story that had everything; the adversity of their poor start, the rise of their unsung heroes, a winning run against more fancied teams, and even a tragic ending.
The trio made the big IPL stage their own, showed admirable technique but above everything else displayed temperament – the main ingredient to survive at the highest level in any sport.
Mumbai Indians' Jasprit Bumrah is far from being a one-dimensional bowler, and is turning into a captain’s dream, doing everything his captain wants.
IPL 2017: From Ben Stokes to Ishant Sharma, here's a look at the hits and flops from the 10th edition
Every IPL season there are some players we expect to do well, and some players who surprise us. Take a look at some of the stars and the flops, the hits and the misses of the 10th edition of the IPL.