'Ipl2014news' - 264 News Result(S)
The Supreme Court, on a recommendation from Indian Premier League's interim president Sunil Gavaskar, has asked Sundar Raman to continue as IPL's Chief Operating Officer. The court also asked the BCCI how it will probe the IPL betting and fixing scam.
New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson is preparing with his Mumbai Indians team in Abu Dhabi but won't play until New Zealand Cricket is satisfied he is recovered from the dislocated little finger suffered during ICC World Twenty20 on April 1.
Rajasthan Royals skipper Shane Watson hopes extrication of alleged spot fixers S Sreesanth and Ankeet Chavan will help the team reclaim the Indian Premier League title this time.
The first match of the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League is between defending champions Mumbai Indians, captained by Rohit Sharma, and Gautam Gambhir-led Kolkata Knight Riders, winners of the 2012 edition. The organisers are hoping that cricket takes the centre stage and not drama and scandals -- as in the last edition.
Star Australia all-rounder Shane Watson feels Rajasthan Royals have their strongest-ever team in the Indian Premier League for the 2014 season.
On March 25, the Supreme Court remarked: "It's nauseating that N. Srinivasan continued as BCCI chief, he should go if cricket has to be cleaned." It was the most damning allegation against a Board chief ever.
The Supreme Court will hear the matter on Wednesday when the plea of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) seeking transcripts of audio tapes containing statements of N Srinivasan and Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, recorded by the Justice Mukul Mudgal Committee, which probed allegations of IPL betting and spot fixing, will be taken up.
With N. Srinivasan wanting to be reinstated as BCCI president, the Supreme Court hearing of the Indian Premier League spot-fixing and betting scandal will headline a day when the tournament starts with a Mumbai Indians versus Kolkata Knight Riders match in Abu Dhabi.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Sanjay Patel said that cricket-lovers in the United Arab Emirates are spoilt for choice as they have loads of thrilling cricket to choose from.
Retired Australian great Michael Hussey is excited at the prospect of playing for Indian Premier League defending champions Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium, which he feels has the "best atmosphere he has ever experienced".