The pacer has previously represented KKR, the two-time champions, from 2017 to 2021.
The weather will make it difficult to grip the ball. And the pitches in Australia will tend to be damp.
The rights had been estimated to fetch an unprecedented $7.7 billion. The US giant is planning to throw in the towel rather than get into a bidding war, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing internal deliberations.
Twitter also revealed that Mumbai Indians' celebration of the win against Delhi Capitals was the second most retweeted one of IPL 2022.
The Pandya-Nehra duo have got a dream start in this IPL but they must be aware that fortune and results often change dramatically in IPL one season after another
Gujarat Titans won the Indian Premier League at its first attempt with all-rounder Hardik Pandya leading his team to an emphatic seven-wicket victory over Rajasthan Royals in final on May 29.
IPL 2022 final: Debut team Gujarat Titans lifted the IPL trophy after defeating Rajasthan Royals.
The Mumbai Indians which believed in him when he was nobody, chose not to retain him for the IPL 2022 and the 28-year-old was instantly grabbed by a new franchise from his home state, Gujarat.
Pandya’s strikes ensured that RR were not left with any more dangerous batsman as Titans contained RR to the second lowest total in an IPL final (130 for nine).
Their combined eight overs cost only 35 runs and fetched four wickets, all top-order batsmen.
Pandya led the Gujarat Titans to an IPL title in their first appearance in the league, becoming the seventh successful captain, joining the list of three Indians in Rohit Sharma, M.S. Dhoni and Gautam Gambhir.
IPL 2022 final: The teams led by Hardik Pandya and Sanju Samson will play the deciding match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad at 8 pm.
The top two teams from the league stage will play the final, but sentiment rests with the side that’s taken 14 years to return to the final.
So close and yet so far ― that’s been RCB’s journey till now for the elusive IPL trophy. Oddly, this reflects our lives too quite often. Yet, it’s this very fact that makes life's journey so exciting.
Buttler joined Murali Vijay, Virender Sehwag, Wriddhiman Saha, Shane Watson and Rajat Patidar as the sixth batsman to score a century in the IPL Play Offs, his latest century was the 13th instance of a RR batsman scoring an IPL century.
Right-armer Prasidh Krishna and left-armer Obed McCoy bowled impressively to finish with six wickets between them and conceded a combined total of just 45 runs in their eight overs with the West Indian giving one run more than his Indian team-mate.
Buttler was there from start till end to not only anchor RR’s pursuit of 158 target after his pace bowling team-mates Prasidh Krishna (3 for 22) and Obed McCoy (3 for 23) did well to restrict Royal Challengers Bangalore to 157 for eight
Rajat Patidar bludgeoned his maiden T20 century as Royal Challengers Bangalore eliminated Lucknow Super Giants from the Indian Premier League with a 14-run win on May 25. Patidar, who only joined Bangalore as a replacement midway into the IPL after missing out in the original draft, smashed 12 fours and seven sixes in a superb knock of 112 off 54 balls, which lifted Bangalore to 207-4.
LSG ought to have curtailed RCB to under 200 had they held onto their catches and been a little more disciplined in the outfield. Patidar, who became IPL 2022’s fourth centurion was lucky to have three ‘lives’ in his 112 not out that came off only 54 deliveries.
Patidar had never scored a T20 hundred before. His highest score in 37 previous T20s was 96 for Madhya Pradesh against Goa in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in January 2021.
Patidar’s maiden T20 century, let alone his maiden IPL hundred in only his 11th match and second season with RCB, took his team to 207 for four after LSG won the toss and inserted the opposition in.
David Miller smashed three successive sixes in the last over as first-timer Gujarat Titans breezed into the final of the Indian Premier League with a dominant seven-wicket win over Rajasthan Royals on May 24.
Miller had none other than his captain Hardik Pandya to finish it for Titans, notching up a comfortable seven-wicket victory after chasing down Rajasthan Royals’ 188 for six to win with three deliveries to spare.
After a string of ordinary performances, Buttler came back to his run-scoring form, scoring 89 runs in 56 balls with 12 fours and two sixes, all in vain in the end though.
Miller put on a show to steal what might have been Buttler's night with some brilliant power hitting to take the Gujarat Titans to just a win away from the IPL trophy.