IPL 2021 was suspended indefinitely following a rise in cases of COVID-19 within the bio bubble. Brijesh Patel, IPL chairman on Tuesday said the BCCI will “find a way” to arrange for the return of foreign players participating in IPL 2021. IPL
IPL 2021 has been suspended indefinitely following a rise in cases of COVID-19 within the bio bubble. The latest development to trigger a total rethink on the IPL 2021 tournament is the positive COVID-19 test result of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi
Aakash Chopra believes that the Delhi Capitals (DC) giving the last over of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) innings to Marcus Stonis was a huge miscalculation. Amit Mishra had bowled three overs of his spell by the 11th over of the RCB innings. But the Delhi
Delhi Capitals (DC) skipper Rishabh Pant rued the 23 runs conceded in the last over to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by Australian pace bowling all-rounder Marcus Stoinis. Even with leg-spinner Amit Mishra having one over left in the bank, DC skipper Rishabh
Mohammad Kaif, Delhi Capitals (DC) fielding coach has hinted at fielding a three-pronged spin attack for the game against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on Sunday. Left-arm orthodox spinner Axar Patel has joined the squad after successfully recovering from Covid-19 and will complete an already
Axar Patel, who tested positive in early April, rejoined the Delhi Capitals on Thursday in Chennai. He is back to full fitness and participated in his first-team training session on Friday. After spending nearly three weeks in a medical care facility in
Amit Mishra, Delhi Capitals leg-spinner, who took his all-time tally to 164 wickets after a match-winning spell against Mumbai Indians on Tuesday, said he is not focussed on breaking Lasith Malinga’s record for the most wickets by a bowler in the IPL.
Amit Mishra had asked for a salary hike after claiming his first hat-trick in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Virender Sehwag recalled the incident as his comments came after Amit Mishra led Delhi Capitals to victory against Mumbai Indians in Chennai on
Rohit Sharma, MI skipper not only featured in the team’s loss to Delhi Capitals in the match but was fined Rs. 12 Lakh too for a slow over-rate offence. The clash between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals didn’t prove to be a
Rishabh Pant, Delhi Capitals skipper gave an insight into his leadership style and how he has benefitted from having Ricky Ponting as the head coach after Delhi Capitals registered a six-wicket win over Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.