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IPL 5 2012 Schedule, Indian Premier League 2012 Time Table Fixtures

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Posted by on January 12, 2012 in DLF IPL 5 2012, Sports

 

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All Crickiet Teams Squad Members for DLF IPL 2010 – Indian Premier League

All Teams Squad Members for DLF IPL 3 (2010) – Indian Premier League Cricket Teams 2010

Chennai Super Kings: MS Dhoni (capt), Muttiah Muralitharan, Manpreet Gony, Shadab Jakati, Arun Karthik, Thissara Perera, L Balaji, Suresh Raina, Michael Hussey, Makhaya Ntini, Thilan Thushara, C Ganapathy, M Vijay, Sudeep Tyagi, R Ashwin, Justin Kemp, Hemang Badani, S Badrinath, Matthew Hayden, Albie Morkel, Jacob Oram, George Bailey, Parthiv Patel.

Deccan Chargers: Adam Gilchrist (capt/wk), Abhinav Kumar, Azhar Bilakhia, Andrew Symonds, Arjun Yadav, Bodapati Sumanth, Chaminda Vaas, D Ravi Teja, Dwayne Smith, Fidel Edwards, Harmeet Singh (1), Harmeet Singh (2), Ashish Reddy, Herschelle Gibbs, Jaskaran Singh, Kemar Roach, VVS Laxman, Mohnish Mishra, P Vijaykumar, PM Sarvesh Kumar, Pragyan Ojha, Rohit Sharma, RP Singh, Ryan Harris, Scott Styris, T Suman, Venugopal Rao.

Delhi Daredevils: Gautam Gambhir (capt), AB de Villiers, Umesh Yadav, Kedar Jadhav, Wayne Parnell, Shashi Ranjan, Ashish Nehra, Mithun Manhas, Andrew McDonald, Farveez Maharoof, Virender Sehwag, Dinesh Karthik, Joginder Singh, Pradeep Sangwan, Amit Mishra, Moises Henriques, Sarandeep Singh, Sarabjit Ladda, Aavishkar Salvi, David Warner, Dirk Nannes, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Rajat Bhatia.

Kings XI Punjab: Kumar Sangakkara (capt/wk), Brett Lee, Adrian Barath, Vikramjeet Malik, Bipul Sharma, Manvinder Bisla, Yusuf Abdullah, Karan Goel, Ravi Bopara, Irfan Pathan, Ramesh Powar, Shalabh Srivastava, Mohammad Kaif, Love Ablish, Amanpreet Singh, James Hopes, Reetinder Singh Sodhi, Yash Gandhi, Shaun Marsh, Mahela Jayawardene, Yuvraj Singh, Sreesanth, Piyush Chawla.


Kolkata Knight Riders
: Sourav Ganguly (capt), Cheteshwar Pujara, Ishwar Choudhary, Charl Langeveldt, Chirag Pathak, Iqbal Abdulla, G Vignesh, Brendon McCullum, Angelo Mathews, Wriddhiman Saha, Ajit Agarkar, Rohan Gavaskar, Chris Gayle, Manoj Tiwary, Rohan Gavaskar, Harshad Khadiwale, Varun Aaron, Eklak Ahmed, Owais Shah, Murali Kartik, Brad Hodge, Ajantha Mendis, Laxmi Shukla, Ashok Dinda, Ishant Sharma.

Mumbai Indians: Sachin Tendulkar (capt), Lasith Malinga, Kieron Pollard, Ambati Rayudu, Chandan Madan, Syed Sahabuddin, Dhawal Kulkarni, Shikhar Dhawan, Graham Napier, Dilhara Fernando, Dwayne Bravo, Zaheer Khan, Ali Murtaza, Saurabh Tiwary, R Sathish, Aditya Tare, Ishan Malhotra, Rahul Shukla, Abhishek Nayar, JP Duminy, Sanath Jayasuriya, Harbhajan Singh, Ryan McLaren.

Rajasthan Royals: Shane Warne (capt), Damien Martyn, Abhishek Jhunjhunwala, Abhishek Raut, Faiz Fazal, Amit Paunikar, Amit Singh, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Shaun Tait, Yusuf Pathan, Swapnil Asnodkar, Naman Ojha, Johan Botha, Michael Lumb, Shrikant Wagh, Sumit Narwal, Syed Quadri, Kamran Khan, Graeme Smith, Morne Morkel, Siddharth Trivedi, Mahesh Rawat, Munaf Patel.

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Anil Kumle (capt), Jacques Kallis, Shrivats Goswami, Bhuvanesh Kumar, Eoin Morgan, Abhimanyu Mithun, Virat Kohli, Robin Uthappa, Dale Steyn, Cameron White, Kevin Pietersen, Rahul Dravid, S Sriram, Manish Pandey, R Vinay Kumar, KP Appanna, B Akhil, Steven Smith, Praveen Kumar, Mark Boucher, Dillon du Preez, Ross Taylor, Roelof van der Merwe.

 
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Posted by on February 15, 2010 in DLF IPL 2010, Sports

 

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IPL auction: Mumbai get Pollard, Bond for KKR

The auction of 67 players for the third season of the Indian Premier League got underway in Mumbai today. With 12 spots up for grab in the 8 franchisees, Shahid Afridi was the first player to go under the hammer but none of the teams showed interest and the Pakistani all-rounder went unsold in the first round of bidding.

The bidders though upped the ante when the West Indian Kieron Pollard was on offer. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings matched each other till the end as both kept bidding for the player until they reached their price cap of $750,000. At this point Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders also joined for a 4 way tie.

At this IPL chairperson Lalit Modi announced the tie-breaker and all the 4 teams put in an undisclosed amount (in Indian currency). The bid in the end went in favour of Mumbai Indians.

After this Australian keeper Brad Haddin and English spinner Graeme Swann went unsold. South African pacer Wayne Parnell was then latched on by the Delhi Daredevils for a price of $610,000.

Source: http://www.indianexpress.com/

 
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Posted by on January 19, 2010 in Business

 

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Modi gets his way, 10 IPL teams from 2011

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: It was supposed to be a meeting to clip Indian Premier League
chairman Lalit Modi’s wings. Instead, the IPL’s governing council
meeting on Thursday cemented Modi’s position as IPL supremo. Contrary to media speculation , Modi will continue to head IPL till 2012.

His proposal to increase the number of teams from eight to 10 in the 2011 edition — which was being opposed by some members and franchisees earlier — was also accepted without any opposition.

However, keeping in mind frequent injuries to players due to a packed calendar, BCCI is mulling a cap on the number of matches Indian players can play in the IPL.

At the meeting, Modi and BCCI secretary N Srinivasan , who were reported to be at loggerheads, showed no hint of acrimony. The meeting went on for three-and-a-half hours, an hour more than scheduled and there were smiling faces all around, handshakes and pat-on-the-back camaraderie.

‘Modi is doing excellent job’

BCCI president Shashank Manohar put all speculation to rest on Thursday by announcing that Lalit Modi will remain the chairman of IPL till 2012. ‘‘ Somebody’s fertile brain came up with an idea that Lalit Modi is being removed as IPL chairman and a conspiracy is being hatched by myself, my secretary (Srinivasan), treasurer (Pandove) and Farooq Abdullah (member of marketing committee). Modi is doing an excellent job and he has been appointed by the general body till 2012. There is no reason and no power or authority to remove him,’’ Manohar said after the meeting.

As Manohar spoke, both Modi and Srinivasan, sitting on either side of the president, nodded along, suggesting that reports about the two having serious issues with each other were completely false.

‘‘ There could be differences or issues between people but that doesn’t make them enemies . I am very sorry to say that the picture presented by the media is absolutely baseless ,’’ Manohar added.

That is when Manohar was also asked to explain what exactly Modi’s position in IPL is? ‘‘ The IPL is a statutory subcommittee of the BCCI and Modi is the chairman of that sub-committee . Like Rajiv Shukla is chairman of finance sub-committee , Arun Jaitley is the chairman of the umpires sub-committee . Because there has to be certain continuity in the process of running a tournament, a provision has been made in the constitution that allows Modi to remain chairman of the IPL sub-committee for five years, unlike other sub-committees which change every year,’’ Manohar explained.
On the issue to put a cap on number of matches played by Indian players, a source close to the BCCI bigwigs said: ‘‘ This (injuries and fatigue) was a cause of concern for the BCCI. But right now, the only way is to put a cap on the numbers of matches for the Indian cricketers. In other words, the players can pick and chose their games and can also get rest when they want.”

Sources also said that some committee members talked at length about the concerns of the cricketers in case the number of matches go up in the IPL. ‘‘ BCCI is planning to make an arrangement that will allow the players to stay fit and that too without losing out on money. I guess, IPL will have a discussion with the team owners on this,’’ sources said.

As for Lalit Modi, it is now clear that he is neither the commissioner of the IPL nor the league chairman. He is the IPL chairman till 2012. And until then, as president Manohar said, BCCI remains a ‘happy family’
Source: economictimes.indiatimes.com

 
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Posted by on December 17, 2009 in Business, Sports

 

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Indian Premier League (IPL 3) 2010 Cricket match schedule

Indian Premier League (IPL 3) 2010 Cricket match scheduleThe teams are of IPL 2010 are:Deccan Chargers (DC), Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Mumbai Indians (MI), Rajasthan Royals (RR), Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), Delhi Daredevils (DD), Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

March 12: DC v KKR in Hyderabad.

March 13: MI v RR in Mumbai/Nagpur; KXIP v DD at Mohali.

March 14: CSK v DC in Chennai; KKR v RCB in Kolkata.

March 15: RR v DD in Jaipur.

March 16: RCB v KXIP in Bangalore; KKR v CSK in Kolkata.

March 17: DD v MI in Delhi.

March 18: RCB v RR in Bangalore.

March 19: DC v KXIP in Vishakapatnam.

March 20: RR v KKR in Ahmedabad; MI v RCB (venue to be decided)

March 21: DD v DC in Delhi

March 22: MI v KKR (venue to be decided)

March 23: RCB v CSK in Bangalore.

March 24: KXIP v RR at Mohali.

March 25: KKR v DD in Kolkata.

March 26: CSK v MI in Chennai; RR v DC in Ahmedabad.

March 27: RCB v DD in Bangalore; KXIP v KKR at Mohali.

March 28: RR v CSK in Ahmedabad; DC v MI in Vishakapatnam.

March 29: DD v KKR in Delhi.

March 30: MI v KXIP in Mumbai/Nagpur.

March 31: CSK v RCB in Chennai; DD v RR in Delhi.

April 1: KKR v DC in Kolkata.

April 2: KXIP v RCB in Mohali.

April 3: CSK v RR in Chennai; MI v DC in Mumbai/Nagpur.

April 4: DD v RCB in Delhi; KKR v KXIP in Kolkata.

April 5: DC v RR in Hyderabad.

April 6: MI v CSK in Mumbai/Nagpur.

April 7: RR v KXIP in Ahmedabad.

April 8: RCB v DC in Bangalore; CSK v DD in Chennai

April 9: KXIP v MI in Mohali

April 10: RCB v KKR in Bangalore; DC v CSK in Hyderabad

April 11: RR v MI in Jaipur; DD v KXIP in Delhi

April 12: DC v RCB in Hyderabad

April 13: CSK v KKR in Chennai

April 14: MI v DD (venue to be decided)

April 15: RR v RCB in Jaipur; KXIP v DC in Dharamsala

April 16: DD v CSK in Delhi.

April 17: RCB v MI in Bangalore; KKR v RR in Kolkata.

April 18: DC v DD in Hyderabad; KXIP v CSK at Dharamsala.

April 19: KKR v MI in Kolkata.

April 20: Rest day.

April 21: 1st Semifinal in Bangalore.

April 22: 2nd Semifinal in Bangalore.

April 23: Rest day.

April 24: Play-off for 3rd place.

April 25: IPL 3 finals

 
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Posted by on August 17, 2009 in Sports

 

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