IPL 2023: Gill ton, Mohit fifer help Gujarat Titans thrash Mumbai Indians by 62 runs, set final clash with CSK
The win also meant that Gujarat entered the IPL final for the second successive time and will meet Chennai Super Kings in Sunday's title clash at the same venue. Co-incidentally, the first match of IPL 2023 was between Gujarat and Chennai at the very same venue on March 31.
IPL 2023: Shubman Gill's sensational 129 powers Gujarat Titans to 233/3 against Mumbai Indians
On his way of leaving scores of fans in awe of his belligerent form by picking gaps and finding elevation beautifully, Gill also became the leading run-getter of the competition in the season, which will always be remembered for him. His first 30 balls saw him make 48 runs, before switching gears in thrilling fashion to slam 79 runs in his next 30 balls.
IPL 2023, Qualifier 2: Mumbai Indians win rain-delayed toss, elect to bowl first against Gujarat Titans
The toss was delayed by 45 runs due to rain, with the game beginning at 2000 hrs IST. The winner of Qualifier 2 will play against four-time champions Chennai Super Kings in the final on Sunday, while the side who doesn't win will be knocked out of the competition.
Jason Roy gives up ECB incremental contract to play in Major League Cricket
The MLC is due to take place from July 13-30 at Grand Prairie Stadium in Texas and has significant backing from both India and Australia: four of the six franchises have investors who own IPL teams, while Cricket Victoria and Cricket New South Wales have stakes in the other two. The league's inaugural season features a minor clash.
IPL 2023: Gujarat Titans have a very balanced side due to match winners, says Aaron Finch
Former Australia skipper Aaron Finch believes the Hardik Pandya-led side is balanced due to many match-winners in their line-up. "GT are a strong team to beat because they have a world-class bowler in Rashid Khan. They have a good captain in Hardik Pandya, who's shown a lot of maturity. Thirdly, their fast bowling attack is also balanced," he was quoted as saying by Star Sports.
Karthik picks Bharat as India's wicketkeeper for WTC Final; Shastri says choice depends on the conditions
Bharat was the wicketkeeper for India in this ye'r's Border-Gavaskar Trophy series with Rishabh Pant still recovering from injuries suffered in a serious car accident last year. Bharat got mixed results with bat and gloves as India won the series 2-1 to enter their second straight WTC final. Apart from him, left-handed wicketkeeper-batter.
IPL 2023: 'I am not Jasprit Bumrah's replacement, says MI pacer Akash Madhwal after 5-wicket haul in Eliminator
Madhwal picked a sensational five-wicket haul (5-5) and helped Mumbai Indians thrash Lucknow Super Giants by 81 runs in the eliminator and move into Qualifier 2 of IPL 2023 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Wednesday. He had guided Mumbai Indians to the Playoffs with a four-wicket haul in the must-win last league encounter with.
IPL 2023: Everything started when I played that shot, LSG's Krunal Pandya blames himself for defeat in Eliminator
Krunal Pandya promoted himself in the batting order and came in at No.4 but was out for eight runs, jumping out to attempt a big one against veteran spinner Piyush Chawla but ended up finding Tim David at long-on.
Rohit Sharma reflects on India's WTC final journey, says job is not done yet
India will take Australia on at The Oval in the final of the 2021-2023 cycle of the World Test Championship at The Oval, London from June 7 to 11. After the World Test Championship [2021 Final] in Southampton, we quickly had to regroup and get ready for the next cycle. I thought in that cycle we played some really, really tough cricket.
IPL 2023, Eliminator: Madhwal's 5/5 helps MI advance to Qualifier 2 with 81-run with win over LSG
Winning the toss on a pitch, where Lucknow Super Giants skipper Krunal Pandya had quipped he would have liked to bat first too, Mumbai Indians made 182/8, Cameron Green and Suryakumar Yadav chipped in with 41 and 33 respectively, while Tilak Varma hit a 22-ball 26.
IPL 2023: Wadhera's late blitz takes MI to 182/8 against LSG despite Naveen's four-fer
At one point, Mumbai Indians looked all set for a 200-plus total, as they raced to 98/2 at half-way mark. But Naveen-ul-Haq halted Mumbai's charge by using his slower deliveries to pick 4/38, with Yash Thakur and Mohsin Khan taking 3/34 and 1/24 respectively.