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featurecricketa day ago

Capitals now, Daredevils then: A trip down the memory lane with Greg Shipperd

‘One of my proteges, Ricky Ponting, is the new coach. I still talk to him, I still have a big place in my heart for Delhi and I see Shikhar Dhawan and Amit Mishra, who were there when I was coaching, still playing, so I gravitate towards Delhi.’
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricket2 days ago

Why RCB might 'flatter to deceive' in playoffs

Seven wins after 10 games and it has been an enchanting journey for Virat Kohli's men. So much so they must be dreaming for eternity. But then when you start peeling off the layers, there are lot of grey areas that come up, which have the potential of jeopardizing RCB's dream run of the decade 
Harshit Anand
newscricket3 days ago

IPL 2020 | AB de Villiers is the most innovative batsman that I have seen, opines Ali Bacher 

Former South African captain Ali Bacher has been mighty impressed with the exploits of RCB batsman AB de Villiers, whom he termed the most innovative batsman that he has seen in cricket. He also put him in the same league as Graeme Pollock and Barry Richards, after the way AB has batted this IPL. 
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featurecricket5 days ago

IPL 2020 | Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore - Statistical Preview

Two sides separated by just a solitary win, Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore will lock horns with each other in an all-important clash in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. The clash will be the two sides’ second meeting of the season, with RCB having won the first bout.
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newscricket7 days ago

IPL 2020 | AB de Villiers is a freak, greatest of all-time, claims Simon Katich

RCB have been on a roll in IPL 2020 and they continued their good run with win over RR headlined by AB de Villiers, whom RCB head coach Simon Katich termed a freak and also the greatest of all-time. AB de Villiers powered RCB to a victory from the jaws of defeat with his 22-ball-55 on Saturday.
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newscricket7 days ago

IPL 2020 | Wickets are getting a bit tired and a bit slow, claims Chris Morris

Chris Morris has gone gaga over his compatriot AB de Villiers’ batting but added that the wickets have become pretty slower thanks to the tired nature of it. The South Africa recruit has also added that RCB will have to control the bad habit of giving away too many extras in the middle overs.
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newscricket7 days ago

IPL 2020 | I want to perform for the team and show everyone I'm here for a good reason, states AB de Villiers

AB de Villiers, who retired from international cricket two years back, still has lot of fire left in him and after a match-winning knock, he expressed his desire to perform and show everyone how good he is. De Villiers starred in RCB's win after failing in the last game against KXIP batting at 6.
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newscricket7 days ago

IPL 2020 | Wanted to use Jaydev Unadkat to the bigger boundary, reveals Steve Smith

Steve Smith has stated that he wanted to keep Jaydev Unadkat to target the bigger boundary where he would be more effective but AB de Villiers changed the narrative straightaway. Smith has further added that it was a hard pill to swallow losing two straight games they should have won.
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newscricket7 days ago

IPL 2020 | AB de villiers is the most impactful player in the IPL, asserts Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli was super happy after RCB edged out Rajasthan Royals in a close game, chasing 178 runs as the Bangalore skipper announced that ABDv is the most impactful player in IPL. He also applauded RCB's bowling and said they have done well and labelled Chris Morris as 'brilliant' thus far. 
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featurecricket7 days ago

IPL 2020 | RCB vs RR Evaluation Chart: AB de Villiers' special powers RCB to a memorable win

With 35 needed off 12, no one would have given RCB much of a chance to win but then AB de Villiers smashed four sixes in last two overs to take the team over the line. Chasing 178, RCB needed 64 off the final five overs but Jaydev Unadkat's 19th over helped them win the encounter comfortably.
Harshit Anand