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Old January 8, 2012, 11:50 PM
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The fixture for IPL 2012 has been released. The tournament will be started on 2nd April and finished on 27th May.


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England batsman Kevin Pietersen has transferred to Delhi Daredevils from Deccan Chargers for the 2012 season of the IPL, the IPL has confirmed. Pietersen is the third player to switch teams during the transfer window, after Dinesh Karthik and R Sathish.

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No Bangladeshi player in IPL auction list.

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With BPL , players like shakib,tamim don't need. To play IPL :
Tamim will get more money in bpl
Shakib will get moremoney/game played in bpl

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Old January 22, 2012, 08:47 PM
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With BPL , players like shakib,tamim don't need. To play IPL :
Tamim will get more money in bpl
Shakib will get moremoney/game played in bpl

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shakib shuold play for KXIP because that team is pretty weak and he will probably get to play all matches
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IPL auction: The top 10 prospects
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The Indian Premier League, the world's richest cricket tournament, will hold an auction in Bangalore on February 4, where as many as ....



PL auction: The top 10 prospects




The Indian Premier League, the world's richest cricket tournament, will hold an auction in Bangalore on February 4, where as many as 144 players will go under the hammer. Each team can spend $2 million in the event meant for players not picked up in last year's auction. The exceptions are Royal Challengers Bangalore and Pune Warriors, who have already spent some money retaining their respective 'replacements', Chris Gayle and Sourav Ganguly.

Given the open slots available for each of the nine franchises and their need to inject quality players, we line up the top ten players who could attract high prices at Saturday’s auction.



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The Indian allrounder has the lowest base price of $100,000 among the so-called 'marquee' players but has been tipped to be the hottest property at this year's auction.

A brilliant fielder, tidy left-arm spinner and stroke-making batsman, the 23-year old presents a valuable all-round package. Playing for the defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala in IPL 4, Jadeja proved a decent buy with 283 runs at 31.44 and eight wickets at 38.12. Earlier, for Rajasthan Royals in 2008, Jadeja had played a big role in winning his team the title.

Potentially, at least four teams will vie for his name, the top two being Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab, who sorely need an Indian allrounder. Kolkata Knight Riders may show interest in him owing to his likeness to Shakib Al Hasan, and playing Jadeja ahead of the Bangladesh allrounder would prove an easier option. Bangalore may also show interest in an attempt to include an allrounder to support Gayle.

Brendon McCullum

McCullum's Twenty20 pedigree speaks for itself: a batting average of 33.06, strike-rate of 137.97 and four centuries. His unbeaten 158 in the first match of the inaugural IPL in 2008 still reverberates for its ferocity and though McCullum has been unable to replicate such brilliance in three subsequent seasons of the IPL, he remains a much-valued player.

Last season, playing for Kochi, McCullum scored 357 runs from 13 matches at 27.46, with just one half-century. However, he was the second highest run-scorer in New Zealand's domestic HRV Cup this season with 372 runs from nine matches at 46.50. In his last two Twenty20 internationals, against Zimbabwe, McCullum hit an unbeaten 81 off 46 balls and 64 in 37.

Among the franchises, Rajasthan and Mumbai Indians – each without a specialist wicketkeeper-batsman – and Deccan Chargers – given Kumar Sangakkara's possible unavailability – are the front-runners to bid for McCullum.

Mahela Jayawardene

Jayawardene's worth as a Twenty20 player was increased immensely when he was promoted to open for Sri Lanka in the format, and last season Kochi followed this ploy. The results weren't extraordinary, but with 299 runs including three half-centuries, Jayawardene played a steady role at the top of the innings while allowing McCullum to try and dominate.

Jayawardene is a valuable player because he can seamlessly float up and down the batting order, in addition to being a shrewd tactician and good catcher. Though there is some doubt over his availability owing to Sri Lanka's overseas tours during the IPL, it is foreseeable that at least three teams will bid for Jayawardene. Rajasthan, Delhi and Deccan were all let down by the absence of a strong presence in the middle order in IPL 4, and Jayawardene would be a viable option.

Parthiv Patel

Patel has not got as much playing time as he did in the first two seasons of the IPL playing for Chennai Super Kings, but opportunities for India in the 50-over format recently have boosted his stock. A much-improved wicketkeeper and stroke-maker at the top of the innings, Patel is a valuable prize for any IPL franchise. His Twenty20 strike-rate of 108.66 is good for an opener and his ability to contribute cameos - he did this in 2008 and 2009 - make him a viable option.

Should they not manage to secure McCullum, Rajasthan, Mumbai and Deccan could eagerly snap up Patel. The pocket-sized 'keeper stands to gain significantly more than his reserve price of $200,000.

Muttiah Muralitharan

Murali, 39, has left the international game but could find himself highly valued in Twenty20 cricket. Murali has spoken openly about his desire to be snapped up by an IPL franchise, and with a reserve price of $200,000 he could be targeted by Rajasthan and Kings XI Punjab who both desperately need a quality spinner. There are also indications from Chennai, for whom he played three seasons, that they are interested in a second spinner alongside R Ashwin as they have released Tim Southee from their squad. Added to Murali's allure is the fact that he will be free for the entire IPL season.

While playing for Chennai, Muralitharan took 52 wickets in 46 games across the IPL and Champions League Twenty20. However, he played only five of Kochi's 14 games in the 2011 IPL, managing just two wickets at 70.50. Playing for Wellington in the HRV Cup recently, Murali picked up seven wickets at an average of 15.71 and economy rate of 6.11 from five matches.

RP Singh

He may have fallen out of favour with the Indian selectors, but the left-arm pacer is a very capable performer in Twenty20 cricket. The most successful bowler in the IPL with 52 wickets - he was the highest wicket-taker in the second season of the IPL in South Africa - RP can expect to find interest from the franchises. A reserve price of $200,000 makes him a very good purchase, and specifically Rajasthan and Punjab could put down the money for him.

Vinay Kumar

The only current Indian bowler on the auction list, Karnataka's spearhead and Ranji Trophy captain could find himself as an attractive option at the auction. On Indian surfaces his bowling is can be quite successful, and considering the lack of options at the auction, Vinay - with a reserve price of $100,000 - could be a prize asset. Mumbai, Punjab and Rajasthan need to bolster their bowling attacks with Indian pacers and Vinay proves a capable addition.

Kevin O'Brien

Ireland's big-hitting allrounder shot into the limelight with a heroic 50-ball century (the fastest in World Cup history) against England in Bangalore last year.

With a Twenty20 strike-rate of 139.46, including the fastest hundred in England domestic Twenty20 for Gloucestershire last year, the 27-year-old offers a slam-bang prospect with the bat.

Apart from that, O'Brien is a handy medium-pacer. Though his Twenty20 stats - 16 wickets from 42 matches with a best of 2 for 12 - don't make for spectacular reading, O'Brien can chip in with tidy bursts. He is also a good fielder. His base price has been set at $50,000 but O'Brien could go for much more (last year Kolkata Knight Riders snapped up Netherlands' allrounder Ryan ten Doeschate for $150,000 after his base price was set at $50,000).

Tamim Iqbal

Tamim is the only Bangladesh cricketer in the IPL auction with a reserve price of $50,000, and could be in line for a good payday. What Tamim offers is an explosive approach at the top, and though a career Twenty20 average of 20.87 shows how unpredictable he can be, the fact that he will available for the entire season makes him an important prospect.

Rajasthan and Mumbai are in need of explosive overseas openers to partner their Indian openers in Rahul Dravid/Shane Watson and Sachin Tendulkar - both teams have experimented with several foreigners but with poor results - while Deccan could also invest in Tamim.

Vernon Philander

Enjoying a new lease on his international career owing to a stunning comeback into South Africa's Test team, the 26-year old Philander may have more joy in store this weekend. A bustling medium-pacer whose strength is line and length and the ability to swing the ball, he will have a tougher time on the subcontinent than at home, but Philander still comes as a huge asset to any franchise. His Twenty20 numbers are very attractive: 40 wickets in 52 games at 30.02, including a best of 5 for 17, and 511 runs at 28.38. With a base price of $200,000, he is expected to attract bids from Rajasthan, Deccan, Punjab and Delhi.

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There's no bid for Tamim Iqbal. Unsold.

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The first one under the hammer is Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal. Base price $50,000.

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Old April 4, 2012, 01:54 PM
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What's in a Suriname? George Bailey's visa

No cricketer can have gone to more extraordinary lengths to secure an India visa for the IPL than Chennai's George Bailey. Following the end of Australia's Twenty20 series against the West Indies, Bailey flew all the way from Barbados to the South American nation of Suriname in search of his travel documents – having been given some odd advice that it could not be obtained in the nearby Caribbean island of Trinidad as expected.


Having picked up his visa in the capital, Paramaribo, Bailey and his driver set off for the airport to fly back to Barbados. It soon became clear they were no chance of making the flight time, at which point Bailey's driver announced that he knew the pilot and would call him. Asked to delay the flight until the car arrived, the pilot happily obliged, but when Bailey reached the plane, some time after it was due to depart, the pilot insisted on having his photo taken with Bailey before departing. Bailey then turned up on day two of Australia's tour match against the WICB President's XI at the Three Ws Oval to relay his traveller's tale.

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'Are you Ryan ten Doeschate?'
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March 28
It is ridiculously exciting to be back in Kolkata for IPL 5. After missing the connecting flight and having to spend a full day poolside in Dubai, I'm back at the team hotel and catching up with old friends. I've already seen some of the familiar sights that are so Indian to me, boys swimming/washing in the lakes, street shops selling sweets, soap and flowers, and the colourful fruit carts doing trade with the mass of people filing along the side of the busy roads. Oh, and the hooting culture hasn't changed either.

Trevor Bayliss and Rudi Webster are two new faces, and along with their respective cricketing expertise, they both are full of cricket stories. Trevor, having shared some successful yet harrowing times with Sri Lanka, and Rudi, well, being a cricketer from the Caribbean in the ‘80s. Enough said.

March 29
Apart from training we've spent a lot of downtime in the hotel. The team room has a table tennis table, and rivalries from last season have already resumed. The support staff seem to think they dominate in this area, but our player representatives are looking sharp and I can't see us giving up our title any time soon.

The XBox is also a great way to pass time. There are loads of cricketers who play FIFA but it's Modern Warfare that has caught my interest of late. Apart from being a terrible soldier I also suffer from motion sickness and need a time out every 20 minutes or so. I've also had a few dreams where Morgs [Eoin Morgan] has abandoned me in some Russian city, surrounded by forces armed to the teeth. Might be time to find a new hobby.

March 30
The training sessions have been intense. Eden Gardens is in fantastic condition. The completion of the two stands and some eye-catching team branding have added even more to this amazing venue. The importance of winning your home games cannot be exaggerated and hopefully this stadium will become a fortress for the team.

March 31
It's been an early start this morning. We've just finished shooting a short ad for our main sponsors. Eoin and Yusuf play the lead roles, and let's just say Morgs is not set for a career in films. We all had a good laugh but the ad looks pretty decent too. I think I mastered watching TV. I was merely an extra but will have a word with the boss (Shah Rukh Khan) when he arrives!

April 1
Most of the overseas players have arrived today too which has really upped the excitement levels. Some of the hotel staff have been asking after Brendon [McCullum]. He obviously made a big impression and it's great to have him back here. Contrary to suggestions it wasn't only the bar staff who were asking after him.

The two questions I get asked most often here are: "Are you Ryan ten Doeschate?" immediately followed by "Where is Brett Lee?” Everyone will be happy to hear that Binga has arrived this morning, and it's only Jacques [Kallis], Marchant [de Lange] and Sunil [Narine] who are still missing.

April 2
A whole bunch of us had lunch in the hotel restaurant this afternoon. It was great to hear all the cricket stories of the past four months. The amount of small incidents that get missed by the viewing public are fascinating and it's fantastic to get the inside scoop from the international guys.

Tonight's training was really tough. You can feel that the players are concentrating on specific match preparation now, with fine detail being paid to all the disciplines. I'm one of those guys who likes good volume in my preparation so it was a particularly tiring session. I've just spent my last bit of energy having a quiet drink down at the hotel bar. A good night's rest is on the cards.

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The IPL's fifth season has registered a fall in total viewership and television ratings for the opening six games in comparison to the 2011 season. This includes a decline in cumulative viewership for the first time in the IPL's five-year history.
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This should be KKR's lineup
1. Gautam GAMBHIR (Bat)
2. Jacques KALLIS (O) (Bat/Bowl)
3. Manvinder BISLA (Bat/WK)
4. Shakib AL HASAN (O) (Bat/Bowl)
5. Manoj TIWARY (Bat)
6. Yusuf PATHAN (Bat/Bowl)
7. Rajat BHATIA (Bat/Bowl)
8. Iqbal ABDULLA (Bat/Bowl)
9. Sunil NARINE (O) (Bowl)
10. Brett LEE (O) (Bowl)
11. Lakshimipathy BALAJI (Bowl)

I know KKR will never let Shakib to bat at number 4.

I feel like this team combination will work perfectly as everyone has a role in the team which is most suited to them.

Shakib will be able to play his natural game and not get bogged down on coming in as a slogger. He will be able to build an innings if he bats a number number 4.

Shakib builds an innings then slogs at the end. He isnt that great batting ONLY as a slogger. He usually uses his confidence from building his innings to be able to slog at the end.

Narine is talented and should be able to showcase his talents more often.

4 Pacers - Lee, Balaji, Kallis (Bhatia for medium pacers)
There will be spinners that will be able to get the job done - Shakib, Narine, Abdulla & Pathan.

Pathan should come in as a slogger in the last 5 overs. He cant build an innings as well as Shakib can.

With this team KKR should be able to do well.
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Read on fb that Tamim is coming back to play in the DPL.
Rumour so far.
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There is a rumour that Tamim is in Bangladesh right now.
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Good..if it becomes true...at least he'll be scoring runs in DPL rather than sitting and doing nothing for IPL!
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Read on fb that Tamim is coming back to play in the DPL.
Rumour so far.
But if he comes to BD then he's not gonna get the money from IPL. And what if Tamim gets injured playing DPL and Pune needs Tamim at that point. So many questions must be going around on his mind.
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there is a rumor that Tamim is sitting next to me.
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Not happy with form of middle order- Gambhir

Excerpts from Gambhir's post match conference:

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^I think that was directed particularly at Yusuf Pathan who has been struggling this season.
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What a loser! So he's blaming the middle order now? What has Kallis done so far in this IPL? An average of only a 12.6 with a SR of an 80? Also what has Gambhir done besides that one 64 he made? That's where the problem is. If they would actually give the team a decent start, then the middle order could pick it up from there.

I agree with this fact though that Pathan needs to step up or has to go. It pissed me off watching him getting a massage during the game and then goes out there and gets out right away. Shakib does also need to step his game up because he's relied to perform with both bat and ball.

They also should really remove Gambhir as a captain. The sooner they do that, the better it will be for the team. The guy is just not captaincy material and proves it time and again.
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