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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    To the Indian Premier League

    To the Indian Premier League


    A yorker from Lucknow's Marcus Stoinis has ousted the Brendon McCullum-coached Kolkata from the tournament, as you may have heard amid that cacophony on Sky Sport.

    The Super Giants guaranteed a semi-final spot in the process.

    They posted 210 without loss, courtesy of an opening stand between Quinton de Kock and KL Rahul.

    Lucknow won by two runs, despite 64 runs coming from the last four overs.

    The Knight Riders' Tim Southee can now head join the Black Caps tour of England earlier than expected.

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     27 Jun: England has New Zealand firmly on the back foot with a day to play in the test cricket series at Headingley
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     25 Jun: The 12th man and woman factor of the Headingley crowd is willing on England like its Trent Bridge predecessor, heading into the third day of the final cricket test against New Zealand
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