Champions League Twenty20 - Group B

Mumbai Indians v Sydney Sixers

Sydney Sixers won by 12 runs

Right. We are all but ready to go. Michael Lumb and Peter Nevill are out there to open. Munaf Patel has the new ball. One slip in place

5.25pm Another interesting selection is Sachin Tendulkar, who has yet to play an innings at higher than a run a ball in this tournament

5pm Brad Haddin has won the toss, and Sydney Sixers are batting first. Welcome to, hopefully, the last dead rubber of this tournament. What's more? This rubber is so dead Sixers will have to lose by a huge margin to slip to the second position in the table. They, along with Lions, are through to the semi-finals anyway.

Of course there is no Shane Watson here. Nathan McCullum replaces him. Peter Nevill will open the innings now. He will replace Dominic Thornely, who scored a diamond duck in the previous match, in the line-up.

Mumbai Indians have made two changes, bringing in Thisara Perera and Munaf Patel in the place of Mitchell Johnson and Dhawal Kulkarni. What was Munaf doing out of the XI in the first place anyway?

0.1

Patel to Lumb, FOUR, short of a length, on off, Lumb gets a think inside edge past short fine leg

0.2

Patel to Lumb, no run, length ball, just outside off, seams away a little, left alone

0.3

Patel to Lumb, 1 run, another thick inside edge, gets a single to square leg

0.4

Patel to Nevill, no run, length ball, on off, pushed to square leg

0.5

Patel to Nevill, no run, full, on off, pushed back to Munaf

0.6

Patel to Nevill, 2 runs, picked away off the pads, Ojha makes a diving save at the deep square leg fence

End of over 1 (7 runs) Sydney Sixers 7/0 (RR: 7.00)
PM Nevill    2* (3b)      MM Patel    1-0-7-0
MJ Lumb    5* (3b 1x4)     

Lasith Malinga to share the new ball. One wide slip in place

1.1

Malinga to Lumb, FOUR, Smack. Easy does it. Length ball, on off, and he has lofted inside-out over wide mid-off

1.2

Malinga to Lumb, 2 runs, slower ball, on off, and he has chipped it over mid-off. Slightly mis-hit but it has cleared the fielder

1.3

Malinga to Lumb, no run, short of a length, kicks up from there, beats his attempt to punch at it

1.4

Malinga to Lumb, no run, slower ball, outside off, he doesn't even go after it

1.5

Malinga to Lumb, FOUR, another slower ball, but Lumb has got all of this one, driving it over mid-off. Perera runs backward, gets a hand to it, but can't hold on to t

1.6

Malinga to Lumb, 1 wide, another slower ball, but it's a wide

1.6

Malinga to Lumb, no run, slower ball again, short of a length, just outside off, left alone

End of over 2 (11 runs) Sydney Sixers 18/0 (RR: 9.00)
MJ Lumb    15* (9b 3x4)      SL Malinga    1-0-11-0
PM Nevill    2* (3b)      MM Patel    1-0-7-0

2.1

Patel to Nevill, no run, short of a length, just outside off, he tries to pull, but it is not short enough

2.2

Patel to Nevill, 1 run, runs this shortish delivery to third man

2.3

Patel to Lumb, no run, short, wide, he tries to upper-cut, but is beaten

2.4

Patel to Lumb, 2 runs, pulled away, but he has mis-hit it past midwicket

2.5

Patel to Lumb, no run, another pull off a bowl to full for pull, beaten as he tries it

2.6

Patel to Lumb, 1 run, looks to run this down to third man, gets a bottom edge for a single

End of over 3 (4 runs) Sydney Sixers 22/0 (RR: 7.33)
MJ Lumb    18* (13b 3x4)      MM Patel    2-0-11-0
PM Nevill    3* (5b)      SL Malinga    1-0-11-0

Thisara Perera to bowl now

3.1

Perera to Lumb, 1 run, another mis-hit pull from Lumb, and this one clears midwicket

3.2

Perera to Nevill, 1 run, short of a length, into the body, worked away for a single

"@Sid Monga, Just note what blunder you made at 5,25 pm. See you 2 hours later when you would be hiding for cover!" Mandar, I am hiding already. I am ashamed of my existence. I wonder if Harbhajan should have followed Dhoni's suit and given the captaincy to Tendulkar

3.3

Perera to Lumb, FOUR, finally he times a pull. Charges down at him, likes the slower pace of Perera and smashes it past midwicket

3.4

Perera to Lumb, 2 runs, normal service resumes. Lumb pulls again, this time the tennis-ball bounce gets the top edge, but falls wide of Pollard at deep midwicket

3.5

Perera to Lumb, no run, short of a length, no room, pushed to cover

"Never mind why Munaf was out of the Mumbai XI. Why was Mitch Johnson in the team?" James, well of course. He is a once-in-a-generation bowler

3.6

Perera to Lumb, 1 run, an almighty swing at a shortish ball gets an edge to short third man

End of over 4 (9 runs) Sydney Sixers 31/0 (RR: 7.75)
MJ Lumb    26* (18b 4x4)      NLTC Perera    1-0-9-0
PM Nevill    4* (6b)      MM Patel    2-0-11-0

Malinga gets a change of ends

4.1

Malinga to Lumb, no run, starts with a slower ball, 118ks, on middle and leg, pushed back to him

4.2

Malinga to Lumb, 2 runs, I hope Lumb makes a trip to the casino tonight. He charges at Malinga, hoicks at a slower ball, and the edge lobs over backward point

4.3

Malinga to Lumb, no run, full and fast, driven nicely, but finds extra cover

4.4

Malinga to Lumb, OUT, Lumb finally succeeds at what he seems to have been trying to do: find an outfielder with the pull. Slower ball again, and this time he connects with the pull for a change, only to hole out to deep midwicket

MJ Lumb c Smith b Malinga 28 (20m 22b 4x4 0x6) SR: 127.27

Nic Maddinson is in at 3, but is not on strike

4.5

Malinga to Nevill, 1 run, low full toss on the pads, fails to punish it, takes just the single to deep square

"Cricinfo needs to add a "Match Context" or "What's At Stake Here" field to the summary page in here. It's hard to keep track of all these T20 games. Save me having to go dig around the rest of the site to understand what the teams are playing for!" Alan McLachlan, that's a business strategy, gets us extra hits

4.6

Malinga to Maddinson, SIX, what a start for Madinson. Bouncer from Malinga, he arches back, makes room, and then guides it virtually over the head of the wicketkeeper. And it clears the dugouts

End of over 5 (9 runs) Sydney Sixers 40/1 (RR: 8.00)
NJ Maddinson    6* (1b 1x6)      SL Malinga    2-0-20-1
PM Nevill    5* (7b)      NLTC Perera    1-0-9-0

Patel is back

5.1

Patel to Nevill, OUT, Sixers have nominated the pull as their favourite poison. Nevill tries one to a delivery nearly not full enough, and lobs it down mid-on's throat

PM Nevill c Perera b Patel 5 (23m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 62.50

Brad Haddin is the new man in

5.2

Patel to Haddin, no run, short of a length, no room, extra bounce, and Haddin, who is on the charge, is surprised. And beaten

5.3

Patel to Haddin, OUT, Patel is on fire here. Digs it in short again, provides Haddin with the room. I don't know if it is extra bounce or spongy bounce at work, but all Haddin manages with the cut is catching practice to cover-point. Hold on for a second. They are checking if the front foot has landed fine. Yes it has. Only by inches, but it has

BJ Haddin c Rayudu b Patel 0 (1m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Steve Smith to face now

5.4

Patel to Smith, no run, short of a length, on off, pushed to cover-point

5.5

Patel to Smith, no run, length ball, just outside off, defended to cover

5.6

Patel to Smith, no run, double-wicket maiden. And they didn't want to play Munaf. Short of a length, just outside off, defended again

End of over 6 (wicket maiden) Sydney Sixers 40/3 (RR: 6.66)
SPD Smith    0* (3b)      MM Patel    3-1-11-2
NJ Maddinson    6* (1b 1x6)      SL Malinga    2-0-20-1

Pragyan Ojha to give us some spin. Round the wicket to left-hand bat

6.1

Ojha to Maddinson, 1 run, really slow in the air, Maddinson chips down the wicket, waits and waits, and then chips it wide of long-on

6.2

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, flighted on off, pushed to long-on with soft hands, but they can't turn back for the second

6.3

Ojha to Maddinson, FOUR, nicely swept away. Full, on the pads, and he has beaten short fine leg with ease

6.4

Ojha to Maddinson, 1 run, short of a length, widish, dabs it to short third

6.5

Ojha to Smith, no run, flighted, just outside off, defended with an open face

6.6

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, arm ball, he seems to have read it, plays around the front pad and gets a single to short fine leg

End of over 7 (8 runs) Sydney Sixers 48/3 (RR: 6.85)
SPD Smith    2* (6b)      PP Ojha    1-0-8-0
NJ Maddinson    12* (4b 1x4 1x6)      MM Patel    3-1-11-2

Shaun Pollock, doing a ring-side interview, is surprised TV hasn't cut into an ad break. Shaun, that's what happens when Indian teams are not doing well. has been happening since the start of the Australia tour last December

7.1

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, short of a length, turning in, picked away for a single

Harbhajan Singh has introduced himself. Round the wicket to left-hand bat

7.2

Harbhajan Singh to Maddinson, 1 run, turn for Bhaj, Maddinson runs it down to short third

7.3

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, turning into the pads, helped around the corner

7.4

Harbhajan Singh to Maddinson, 1 run, worked into the leg side for another single

7.5

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, no run, short of a length, punched down, but can;t beat straight midwicket

7.6

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, looks to work this to leg, gets a soft leading edge for one

End of over 8 (5 runs) Sydney Sixers 53/3 (RR: 6.62)
SPD Smith    5* (10b)      Harbhajan Singh    1-0-5-0
NJ Maddinson    14* (6b 1x4 1x6)      PP Ojha    1-0-8-0

8.1

Ojha to Smith, no run, nicely flighted, on off, turns away, beats the bat

8.2

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, slightly straighter, Smith covers the turn, drops this into the off side, takes a single

Over the wicket now

8.3

Ojha to Maddinson, FOUR, another nice sweep from Maddinson. Likes the angle coming in, sweeps it dead square, and bisects the men in the deep

8.4

Ojha to Maddinson, 1 run, down the wicket, short of a length, worked away to square leg

8.5

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, driven down to long-off for one

8.6

Ojha to Maddinson, SIX, Maddinson is striking them clean. Down the wicket, right to the pitch of the ball, and wallops it with the turn, and well over long-on. Into the stands. Thankfully, there is no one hanging around in this stand to get hurt

End of over 9 (13 runs) Sydney Sixers 66/3 (RR: 7.33)
NJ Maddinson    25* (9b 2x4 2x6)      PP Ojha    2-0-21-0
SPD Smith    7* (13b)      Harbhajan Singh    1-0-5-0

9.1

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, short of a length, turning in, whipped away for one

9.2

Harbhajan Singh to Maddinson, 1 run, short of a length, into the pads, Maddinson goes deep into the crease, bunts it into the leg side, gets a single

9.3

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, gets a leading edge to long-off as he looks to drive to long-on

9.4

Harbhajan Singh to Maddinson, 1 run, runs this offbreak down to short third. Maddinson yet to face a dot ball

9.5

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, offbreak, into the pads, helped away for another single

9.6

Harbhajan Singh to Maddinson, no run, first dot for Maddinson. He tries the big slog-sweep, is early into it, and the ball lobs off the back of the bat, but short of point

End of over 10 (5 runs) Sydney Sixers 71/3 (RR: 7.10)
NJ Maddinson    27* (12b 2x4 2x6)      Harbhajan Singh    2-0-10-0
SPD Smith    10* (16b)      PP Ojha    2-0-21-0

10.1

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, short of a length, slow, punched away for one

10.2

Ojha to Maddinson, 2 wides, darted down leg, wide, and also a bye as Karthik can't collect this half-volley

10.2

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, on pads, holds its line, nudged away to short fine leg

10.3

Ojha to Maddinson, 1 leg bye, tries the big hoick, Ojha fires it in again, and Maddinson gets just the leg-bye

10.4

Ojha to Smith, no run, arm ball, hits the inside half of the defensive bat

10.5

Ojha to Smith, OUT, arm ball again, Maddinson calls him through for a tight single to point. The direct hit seems to have caught him short, but nobody is appealing. Belatedly, somebody appeals. Belatedly, Aleem Dar asks for the third umpire. And he is run out. That's against the run of play

NJ Maddinson run out 27 (23m 13b 2x4 2x6) SR: 207.69

Moises with his Mo' to bat now. Slip in for him

10.6

Ojha to Henriques, no run, full, middle and leg, driven back to Ojha

End of over 11 (5 runs) Sydney Sixers 76/4 (RR: 6.90)
MC Henriques    0* (1b)      PP Ojha    3-0-25-0
SPD Smith    12* (20b)      Harbhajan Singh    2-0-10-0

11.1

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, flighted on middle and leg, driven to long-on

Slip in for Henriques

11.2

Harbhajan Singh to Henriques, OUT, and Dar has given him. That was an offbreak and could have been turning down leg. Pitched just outside off, turning past the bat even as he is playing forward. On second look, this hasn't turned that much, and Dar has judged the extent of turn to perfection

MC Henriques lbw b Harbhajan Singh 0 (1m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

O'Keefe is the new batsman. The slip stays

11.3

Harbhajan Singh to O'Keefe, no run, defended off the front foot

11.4

Harbhajan Singh to O'Keefe, no run, another forward-defensive

11.5

Harbhajan Singh to O'Keefe, no run, defended again

11.6

Harbhajan Singh to O'Keefe, 1 run, driven past the non-striker, who is in the way of Harbhajan who would have fielded it easily without the obstruction. They go through for the single, though. I know many a batsman who wouldn't have. Mind you, I am not saying the non-striker went out of his way to obstruct him

End of over 12 (2 runs) Sydney Sixers 78/5 (RR: 6.50)
SNJ O'Keefe    1* (4b)      Harbhajan Singh    3-0-12-1
SPD Smith    13* (21b)      PP Ojha    3-0-25-0

12.1

Ojha to O'Keefe, 1 run, down the wicket, pushes this down to long-on

12.2

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, punched away into the leg side

12.3

Ojha to O'Keefe, 1 run, flighted on off, pushed with soft hands, gets a single to point

12.4

Ojha to Smith, 1 run, chips down the wicket to drive this to deep midwicket

12.5

Ojha to O'Keefe, no run, arm ball, angling in towards top of off, defended off the back foot

12.6

Ojha to O'Keefe, no run, tossed up, middle and off, pushed to the left of Ojha who puts in a dive to save one run

End of over 13 (4 runs) Sydney Sixers 82/5 (RR: 6.30)
SNJ O'Keefe    3* (8b)      PP Ojha    4-0-29-0
SPD Smith    15* (23b)      Harbhajan Singh    3-0-12-1

13.1

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, FOUR, seems like the doosra and he hasn't read it. Or it was the toppie. Oh yes, a topspinner. Anyway he hasn't read it and edges this cut fine of short third man

13.2

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 2 runs, pushed into the leg side, wide of the deep fielder, and they steal the second. Harbhajan gives Malinga a dirty little stare. If looks could kill, we would we without the slinger

13.3

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, short of a length, pushed into the off side for one

13.4

Harbhajan Singh to O'Keefe, 1 run, dabbed away to short third man for another single

13.5

Harbhajan Singh to Smith, 1 run, quick offbreak, worked away towards deep midwicket

13.6

Harbhajan Singh to O'Keefe, 1 run, the doosra, he is forward and it runs off the outside half for a single to cover

End of over 14 (10 runs) Sydney Sixers 92/5 (RR: 6.57)
SNJ O'Keefe    5* (10b)      Harbhajan Singh    4-0-22-1
SPD Smith    23* (27b 1x4)      PP Ojha    4-0-29-0

Both the spinners bowled out now. They bowled eight in a row, for 52 for 2. Not a bad effort. Perera to bowl now

14.1

Perera to O'Keefe, no run, short of a length, outside off, holds its line, beats him

14.2

Perera to O'Keefe, 1 run, short of a length, outside off, steered away to third man

14.3

Perera to Smith, no run, nice delivery again. Holds its line outside off, short of driving length, beats the bat

14.4

Perera to Smith, FOUR, just a touch too short for his pace, and gives his time to pull this wide of deep square. Doesn't even have to transfer the weight back

14.5

Perera to Smith, 1 run, slower ball, short, pushed to point for one

14.6

Perera to O'Keefe, OUT, that;s a bouncer like he meant it. Gets it to rise throat high as opposed to the earlier waist-high effort. O'Keefe throws his bat at it, manages a top edge to fine leg where Munaf makes no mistake. I don't see Munaf making a single mistake

SNJ O'Keefe c Patel b Perera 6 (11m 13b 0x4 0x6) SR: 46.15

End of over 15 (6 runs) Sydney Sixers 98/6 (RR: 6.53)
     NLTC Perera    2-0-15-1
SPD Smith    28* (30b 2x4)      Harbhajan Singh    4-0-22-1

Nathan McCullum comes in at 8. Smith to bowl his first over

15.1

Smith to McCullum, 2 runs, short of a length, into the ribs, tucked away behind square

"Why give Tendulkar the captaincy when you have Rohit Sharma to look up to?" Vrijilesh, yes Rohit would have been an apt comparison, but we were talking about Tendulkar, so...

15.2

Smith to McCullum, 3 runs, length ball, into the pads, pushed into the gap between dee square and long-on. Enough time to go back for three

Smith to Smith now. Patel to Patel happens a lot in Gujarat. And some Mumbai suburbs

15.3

Smith to Smith, 2 runs, short of a length, into the body again, worked away wide of deep square

15.4

Smith to Smith, no run, length ball, no room, pushed back to Smith

15.5

Smith to Smith, no run, short of a length, early into his attempt to work it to leg, gets a leading edge towards mid-off

15.6

Smith to Smith, 1 run, slower ball, outside off, punched to the right of point

End of over 16 (8 runs) Sydney Sixers 106/6 (RR: 6.62)
SPD Smith    31* (34b 2x4)      DR Smith    1-0-8-0
NL McCullum    5* (2b)      NLTC Perera    2-0-15-1

Perera to continue. That will leave two for Malinga and one for Patel in last three

16.1

Perera to Smith, 1 run, slower ball, full, on the pads, flicked away, wants the second, sees Pollard in the vicinity of the ball, decides against it

"Thanks for not publishing my earlier comment. It was really non-sense." Yusuf, I haven't read it yet. Or so I think. Because I can tell non-sense from a mile. And so I should

16.2

Perera to McCullum, 1 run, slower short ball, into the body, worked away for one

16.3

Perera to Smith, 1 run, another slower short ball, opens the face, gets a single to short third

16.4

Perera to McCullum, 1 run, slower short ball, legcutter, gets a bottom edge on the cut, and they steal a single. Not only they do so, Smith makes his singe, turns around and alerts McCullum that the throw is arriving at "your end, mate"

16.5

Perera to Smith, 2 runs, pulled away wide of deep midwicket

16.6

Perera to Smith, 1 run, another slower ball, and he gets no power behind this cut. Just a single ensues

End of over 17 (7 runs) Sydney Sixers 113/6 (RR: 6.64)
SPD Smith    36* (38b 2x4)      NLTC Perera    3-0-22-1
NL McCullum    7* (4b)      DR Smith    1-0-8-0

"About captaincy for Tendulkar or Rohit - Rohit was not given captaincy because I believe a captain has to be part of the playing 11. For Rohit, the way he is playing right now, it would be hard to find a place in the playing 11 regularly." Raj, and what about Tendulkar? And before you jump at me with guns and knives, I am talking T20

Malinga is back

17.1

Malinga to Smith, FOUR, full, fast and wide, and Smith steers it wide of point. Finally he gets the pace he is looking for. Something tells me we will see only slower balls from now on

17.2

Malinga to Smith, 1 run, slower bouncer, steered away to third man

17.3

Malinga to McCullum, 1 run, slow again, backs away to run it past point for one

17.4

Malinga to Smith, OUT, slower ball again, and he has found the timber here. Smith feels Malinga might finally bowl the quicker ball and moves across to try to scoop it. Malinga stays slow, and arrives after Smith has scooped. Leg stump gone. They check for the no-ball, but Lasith is fine

SPD Smith b Malinga 41 (45m 41b 3x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

Pat Cummins is the new batsman in

17.5

Malinga to Cummins, no run, now arrives the quick ball. Fast bowler to fast bowler, at 145ks. Full, just outside off, beats the edge

17.6

Malinga to Cummins, no run, full, middle and leg, pushed to short midwicket

End of over 18 (6 runs) Sydney Sixers 119/7 (RR: 6.61)
PJ Cummins    0* (2b)      SL Malinga    3-0-26-2
NL McCullum    8* (5b)      NLTC Perera    3-0-22-1

Munaf is back

18.1

Patel to McCullum, 1 run, yorker outside off, dug out for a single

18.2

Patel to Cummins, 1 run, another yorker, steered away to third man

18.3

Patel to McCullum, 1 run, slower length ball, pushed towards long-off for one

18.4

Patel to Cummins, no run, looks to pull, but finds short midwicket

18.5

Patel to Cummins, 2 runs, high full toss, gets a thick edge over short third man

18.6

Patel to Cummins, 1 run, full, outside off, driven to extra cover

End of over 19 (6 runs) Sydney Sixers 125/7 (RR: 6.57)
PJ Cummins    4* (6b)      MM Patel    4-1-17-2
NL McCullum    10* (7b)      SL Malinga    3-0-26-2

As Munaf finishes his spell, the PA at the ground plays a Punjabi song talking about a girl from Gujarat

Malinga to finish off now. Do we have a Marathi song about a Sinhalese girl?

19.1

Malinga to Cummins, 1 bye, slower ball again, beats the bat, but they steal a bye

19.2

Malinga to McCullum, 2 runs, short ball, manages enough contact with this to clear the fielders on the leg-side ring

19.3

Malinga to McCullum, no run, seems him back away, slips in the full and wide delivery. Dot

19.4

Malinga to McCullum, 2 runs, slower short ball, pulled to long-on where Perera's misfield allows them the second

19.5

Malinga to McCullum, FOUR, he has managed successfully what Smith failed with. Gets a full fast ball from Malinga, goes down on a knee, and scoops it over the keeper's head

19.6

Malinga to McCullum, 2 runs, slow and short, pulled up high, Harbhajan runs back to try to catch, but it falls over him

Daren Ganga's finishing comments: "I have a funny feeling that this is an ideal situation for Sachin Tendulkar to get himself in." A veiled barb? The asking rate, after all, is under seven. Jokes aside, this is a solid performance from Mumbai Indians so far. They assessed the tacky bounce early, and used it rather well by digging the ball in short and running their fingers across it. Without Watson, Sixers managed just 137. They'll hope this is not the sign of things to come.

"For the Sixers to drop to 2nd place, Mumbai need to chase this total down in less than 40 balls." Jimmy, I hope you have used the calculator better than I do. On the flip side, we will see Tendulkar try to master this format of the game. Such a pity it is a dead rubber

End of over 20 (11 runs) Sydney Sixers 136/7
NL McCullum    20* (12b 1x4)      SL Malinga    4-0-36-2
PJ Cummins    4* (7b)      MM Patel    4-1-17-2
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Oct 22, 2012

Pat Cummins is congratulated on a wicket, Mumbai Indians v Sydney Sixers, Champions League T20, Durban, October 22, 2012

Pat Cummins is congratulated on a wicket

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Oct 22, 2012

Steve Smith is bowled while trying to paddle Lasith Malinga, Mumbai Indians v Sydney Sixers, Champions League T20, Durban, October 22, 2012

Steve Smith is bowled while trying to paddle Lasith Malinga

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