Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2013, Mohali April 9, 2013

Reinforced Super Kings seek first win

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Match facts

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Start time 2000 (1430 GMT)

Big Picture

Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings had contrasting starts to IPL 2013. While Kings XI thrashed Pune Warriors in an away game, Super Kings slipped up after a dominant beginning in Chennai, handing Mumbai Indians a victory. Going into their second matches, both teams are at opposite ends of the points table, ends neither is too familiar with.

For Kings XI, it was a near-perfect display. They were disciplined with the ball, energetic with the bat and electric in the field. Parvinder Awana bowled possibly the delivery of the IPL so far, angling in and moving across Angelo Mathews to have him caught behind. Mandeep Singh, with a little help from Adam Gilchrist, accounted for Marlon Samuels with an inch-perfect throw from deep midwicket. Then there was Gurkeerat Singh's spectacular, flying take in the long leg region, to get rid of Ross Taylor. Three special moments, which ripped the heart out of Warriors' batting. Gilchrist and Manan Vohra then sealed things in style, knocking off the target of 100 with almost eight overs to spare.

Super Kings, on the other hand, had Mumbai at 83 for 6 after 12 overs, before Kieron Pollard showed grit and gumption. Still, the target of 149 was hardly daunting for a line-up like Super Kings'. A series of poor shots though pushed them so far behind in the chase that even a MS Dhoni special could not rescue the team. But Super Kings have seen it all before, and one game is hardly a measure of how an IPL season could turn out. If the players' tweets ribbing Ravindra Jadeja on the eve of the Mohali match are any indication, team morale is high. Plus, they have reinforcements in the form of South African allrounders, Albie Morkel and Chris Morris, who arrived following the conclusion of their domestic commitments. Morkel was an injury worry, turning an ankle during South Africa's T20 final on Sunday, but he has since tweeted that his scans are clear.

Kings XI are still without the services of injured Australian batsman Shaun Marsh - he tweeted on Saturday that he hoped to be with the team in a week's time.

Players to watch

So far, this IPL has thrown up a number of unlikely heroes. Rahul Shukla impressed with his pace for Rajasthan Royals, and Hanuma Vihari with an all-round showing for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Then there was 19-year-old Manan Vohra for Kings XI. Admittedly, he was not really under any pressure against Warriors, with the target being a paltry 100, but the fact that it was his IPL debut compensated for that; it was his first real taste of the crowds, the TV cameras, the hype. How did he respond? By slamming five fours in his first seven balls, carving through the covers, flicking through the leg side and, most impressively, swiveling to pull. He eventually finished unbeaten on 43 off 28. Vohra continuing where he left off will go a long way in helping Kings XI build on their remarkable start to the tournament.

Chris Morris set his base price at US$20,000 in February's IPL auction. He was bought for US$625,000; Super Kings paid 31 times the base price for the allrounder, who can be expected to produce accurate, pacy spells, and get a few big hits away down the order. Morris first caught the eye at the 2012 Champions League where his team, Lions, finished runners-up. On Sunday, he took 2 for 18 at 5.68 as Lions triumphed in the Ram Slam T20 Challenge, claiming the big wickets of Herschelle Gibbs and Albie Morkel. With Morkel unlikely to be 100% fit after his ankle trouble, and Ben Laughlin having an average game against Mumbai, there's a good chance Morris will get an IPL debut on Wednesday.

Stats and trivia

  • Kings XI have won four of their last five IPL matches against Super Kings. Before that, they'd lost five in a row against them.
  • Suresh Raina needs three sixes to become the second player, after Chris Gayle, to get to 100 sixes in the IPL. Gilchrist is third on the list, with 87 sixes.
  • MS Dhoni has scored three fifties in eight innings against Kings XI, averaging 44.80 at a strike rate of 155.55

Quotes

"Kings XI Punjab have never won their opening match in the IPL earlier. That is the hoodoo we have got rid of. Every team hopes to start a tournament with a win and so we are going towards the right direction."
Captain Adam Gilchrist is relieved to start Kings XI's campaign with a win

Nikita Bastian is a sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo

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  • Nampally on April 10, 2013, 13:19 GMT

    CSK has a very strong & well balanced side. They nearly won the match against MI due to heroic one man show of awesome power by Dhoni but for Pollard pulling off that superlative catch on the fence. With some of the best players in IPL, CSK are still front runners to win it all. Vijay, Jadeja, Dhoni & Raina are some of the biggest T20 hitters whilst there are likes of M.Hussey, Ashwin, Morkel, Hillfenhaus & Bravo to supply extra power. Punjab Kings also are a good team with the Azhar Mahmood, the dark horse, who can swing the game in matter of minutes & Gilchrist to back him up. There is also some young talent like Mandeep singh, Vohra, Sandeep Sharma . It is going to be an interesting game. I give the edge to CSK - an all round side with Power & poise!

  • on April 10, 2013, 8:00 GMT

    CSK has nothing to worry about.They take some time to get a settled side every season.I am worried why hilfenhaus didn't played last game.He was best for CSK last season.Hope he comes back into the side on the pacy track. CSK should play imtiaz ahmed .He can swing the ball both ways and moreover he is quite accurate.He can bat well and hit several massive lusty blows in syed mushtaq ali trophy and ranji trophy. My CSK line up:Vijay,Hussey,Raina,Badrinath,Jadeja,MSD,Bravo,Imtiaz,hilfenhaus,nannes, ashwin. KXIP is also a pretty good side.They have got some brilliant indian pacers.They have good all-rounders to go with talented local batsmen and experienced overseas batsmen.

  • on April 9, 2013, 20:25 GMT

    Super Kings have had an ordinary start to this tournament. This is not new for them though... Once they find their right combination, they will be very very hard to be stopped.

    Nannes should always be in the playing 11 considering his success in this format. Two of the three allrounders (Morkel, Bravo and Morris) may be in the playing 11 with Hussey as the fourth overseas player.

    When it comes to Indian players, Rajput may be given another chance if the track assists fast bowlers (Mohali pitch usually is pacer friendly).

    For Kings XI, It is the right time for them to beat CSK (hit the rod when it is hot). The match to be played in Chennai will be favouring CSK since the Chennai pitch will be in the slower side (then) where the quality spinners from CSK can take advantage off.

    With the Kings XI quickies in supreme form, it will be a challenge for the CSK batsmen to score runs freely.

    Looking forward for this wonderful contest....

  • PrasannaVenkateshan on April 10, 2013, 13:43 GMT

    Today's Team M.Vijay,M.Hussey,S.Raina,S.Badrinath,R.Jadeja,MS.Dhoni,A.Morkel,D.Bravo,R.Ashwin,S.Jakati,D.Nannes

  • PrasannaVenkateshan on April 10, 2013, 13:40 GMT

    Chennai is going to win the match and the tournament.All the best

  • rijulshah on April 10, 2013, 13:22 GMT

    Kings XI batting although good, is vulnerable..CSK is more consistent in that regard

  • I_m_AKS on April 10, 2013, 13:22 GMT

    Todays team : Vijay, Hussey, Raina, Aparajith, Dhoni, Badrinath, Bravo, Jadeja, Ashwin, Morris/Kulasekara, Nannes.

    Baba Aparajith is a bright prospect, CSK should provide him opportunity to showcase his talent.

  • on April 10, 2013, 13:19 GMT

    All the best Dhoni today ur team winner

  • SelfSelva on April 10, 2013, 12:55 GMT

    1. Vijay, 2. Hussey (o) , 3. Raina, 4. Dhoni, 5. Badri, 6. Jadeja, 7. Morkel (o), 8. Aparajith, 9. Bravo (o), 10.du plesis (o), 11. Ashwin

  • sweetspot on April 10, 2013, 11:29 GMT

    @ Syed Maaz Hasan - Faf is recovering from a back injury. He has tweeted that he will be fit soon.

    As far as slow starters CSK are concerned, if their batting comes together, they won't have too many problems. Form is not an issue. They won't be undone by pace, and they have far too much firepower in that line up to overhaul any score or set one big enough to choke the opposition. MSD will be trying options for the rest of the tournament. This is not an anxious side at all! KXIP will have to bring their A game to beat CSK.

    Remember how the lion had gone home to its cave last year and three teams conjured up a scheme to wake it up and bring it back for the hunt? Oops! We know how it went for two teams after that in the knockout. But I have a feeling CSK won't leave much to chance this year, since MSD seems to be hungry.

  • Nampally on April 10, 2013, 13:19 GMT

    CSK has a very strong & well balanced side. They nearly won the match against MI due to heroic one man show of awesome power by Dhoni but for Pollard pulling off that superlative catch on the fence. With some of the best players in IPL, CSK are still front runners to win it all. Vijay, Jadeja, Dhoni & Raina are some of the biggest T20 hitters whilst there are likes of M.Hussey, Ashwin, Morkel, Hillfenhaus & Bravo to supply extra power. Punjab Kings also are a good team with the Azhar Mahmood, the dark horse, who can swing the game in matter of minutes & Gilchrist to back him up. There is also some young talent like Mandeep singh, Vohra, Sandeep Sharma . It is going to be an interesting game. I give the edge to CSK - an all round side with Power & poise!

  • on April 10, 2013, 8:00 GMT

    CSK has nothing to worry about.They take some time to get a settled side every season.I am worried why hilfenhaus didn't played last game.He was best for CSK last season.Hope he comes back into the side on the pacy track. CSK should play imtiaz ahmed .He can swing the ball both ways and moreover he is quite accurate.He can bat well and hit several massive lusty blows in syed mushtaq ali trophy and ranji trophy. My CSK line up:Vijay,Hussey,Raina,Badrinath,Jadeja,MSD,Bravo,Imtiaz,hilfenhaus,nannes, ashwin. KXIP is also a pretty good side.They have got some brilliant indian pacers.They have good all-rounders to go with talented local batsmen and experienced overseas batsmen.

  • on April 9, 2013, 20:25 GMT

    Super Kings have had an ordinary start to this tournament. This is not new for them though... Once they find their right combination, they will be very very hard to be stopped.

    Nannes should always be in the playing 11 considering his success in this format. Two of the three allrounders (Morkel, Bravo and Morris) may be in the playing 11 with Hussey as the fourth overseas player.

    When it comes to Indian players, Rajput may be given another chance if the track assists fast bowlers (Mohali pitch usually is pacer friendly).

    For Kings XI, It is the right time for them to beat CSK (hit the rod when it is hot). The match to be played in Chennai will be favouring CSK since the Chennai pitch will be in the slower side (then) where the quality spinners from CSK can take advantage off.

    With the Kings XI quickies in supreme form, it will be a challenge for the CSK batsmen to score runs freely.

    Looking forward for this wonderful contest....

  • PrasannaVenkateshan on April 10, 2013, 13:43 GMT

    Today's Team M.Vijay,M.Hussey,S.Raina,S.Badrinath,R.Jadeja,MS.Dhoni,A.Morkel,D.Bravo,R.Ashwin,S.Jakati,D.Nannes

  • PrasannaVenkateshan on April 10, 2013, 13:40 GMT

    Chennai is going to win the match and the tournament.All the best

  • rijulshah on April 10, 2013, 13:22 GMT

    Kings XI batting although good, is vulnerable..CSK is more consistent in that regard

  • I_m_AKS on April 10, 2013, 13:22 GMT

    Todays team : Vijay, Hussey, Raina, Aparajith, Dhoni, Badrinath, Bravo, Jadeja, Ashwin, Morris/Kulasekara, Nannes.

    Baba Aparajith is a bright prospect, CSK should provide him opportunity to showcase his talent.

  • on April 10, 2013, 13:19 GMT

    All the best Dhoni today ur team winner

  • SelfSelva on April 10, 2013, 12:55 GMT

    1. Vijay, 2. Hussey (o) , 3. Raina, 4. Dhoni, 5. Badri, 6. Jadeja, 7. Morkel (o), 8. Aparajith, 9. Bravo (o), 10.du plesis (o), 11. Ashwin

  • sweetspot on April 10, 2013, 11:29 GMT

    @ Syed Maaz Hasan - Faf is recovering from a back injury. He has tweeted that he will be fit soon.

    As far as slow starters CSK are concerned, if their batting comes together, they won't have too many problems. Form is not an issue. They won't be undone by pace, and they have far too much firepower in that line up to overhaul any score or set one big enough to choke the opposition. MSD will be trying options for the rest of the tournament. This is not an anxious side at all! KXIP will have to bring their A game to beat CSK.

    Remember how the lion had gone home to its cave last year and three teams conjured up a scheme to wake it up and bring it back for the hunt? Oops! We know how it went for two teams after that in the knockout. But I have a feeling CSK won't leave much to chance this year, since MSD seems to be hungry.

  • leadshafi on April 10, 2013, 11:29 GMT

    if kings xi made a bowling condition.then it will be a tight finish in mohali today.go punjab

  • on April 10, 2013, 11:24 GMT

    Azhar mehmood is playing this match or not ?

  • Paiudupi on April 10, 2013, 11:02 GMT

    Today is Kings XI's day and they definitely win this match. Sorry, CSK fans. Better luck in next match.

  • BRUTALANALYST on April 10, 2013, 10:56 GMT

    I don't think Morriss will even get a game Bravo,Hussey,Nannes and Morkel will be the Overseas pick for sure unless injury.

  • on April 10, 2013, 10:54 GMT

    pacy and accurate bowling line-up coupled with lightening fielding keeps King XI slightly ahead of the CSK.As far as CSK is concerned once they get their combination right they will be the rolling stones of IPL.Kings XI is looking superb this year,not to forget Shaun Marsh who will join later.CSK has to get their opening pair right as they have struggled here since the departure of Hayden.

  • on April 10, 2013, 10:44 GMT

    I hope the team manages to put that lovely smile with dimples on their owner's face throughout the tournament..

  • on April 10, 2013, 10:34 GMT

    My playing 11 would be ... 1. Vijay, 2. Hussey (o) , 3. Raina, 4. Dhoni, 5. Badri, 6. Jadeja, 7. Morkel (o), 8. Aparajith, 9. Bravo (o), 10. Morris (o), 11. Ashwin

  • on April 10, 2013, 10:02 GMT

    Remember CSK had lost both matches with KXIP in IPL2012. probly dhoni is testing his options with KXIiP.

  • on April 10, 2013, 10:01 GMT

    i think CSK will start their account today even though they lost the last game in chennai. Addition of albie morkel will strengthen the camp but he should be given rest for few games.yesterday watching dinesh karthik's batting was superb and as like that in CSK also every tamil players should show their potentials

  • on April 10, 2013, 9:40 GMT

    what about Faff du Plessis? Isn't he available in the ranks of csk?

  • on April 10, 2013, 9:30 GMT

    My CSK Playing elevan:- 1)Vijay, 2)Anirudha, 3)Raina, 4)Bravo, 5)Dhoni, 6)Badhri, 7)Morkel, 8)Jadeja, 9)Moris, 10)Ashwin, 11)Nannes

  • Audit1986 on April 10, 2013, 9:15 GMT

    I think it will be KXIP day. They are looking very organized and strong this year. Gilli and Hussy can change the condition anytime. Azher mehmood is an absolute genius in T20 format. CSK is also strong enough to lose any team. But i will go for KXIP today.

  • Krishnalucky on April 10, 2013, 9:04 GMT

    Gilchrist has to comes down the order, this will makes a psychological effect on the opponent team and as well has on his own mates itself........

  • ladycricfan on April 10, 2013, 9:02 GMT

    KXIP won 4 of the last 5 matches against CSK. It is time for CSK to turn the tide and have a win. My team: Vijay, Hussey, Raina, Badri, Bravo, Dhoni, jadeja, Morris, Ashwin, Nannes, Rajpoot/ young Indian allrounder. Go CSK.

  • on April 10, 2013, 8:39 GMT

    The main problem for CSK since the departure of Hayden as been opening pair. Vijay is simply not fit for the job, he thinks himself as another sehwag scoring in 1 out of 10 games, it is better if we bring Anirudh in to the top order or at least promote Badrinath .. even if they score 10 to 15 runs it will be valuable to us rather than the single digit scores of Vijay. We cannot wait for one golden innings from Vijay instead better to go with some consistent opener.

  • Agni_bala on April 10, 2013, 7:13 GMT

    By proper team selection any team can win. In this format better to go with more alrounder 3-4 (including foreign players). because one player can change the course of the match with bat or bowl . even 1 over can change the result. T20s results may be more influenced by alrounders (like pollard). I hope CSK uses this logic of utilizing alrounders more effective than any other team in crucial stages (in the past). this concludes CSK has an edge in any match.

  • satishchandar on April 10, 2013, 7:04 GMT

    CSK.. I think they should look in Morris leaving Morkel some time to heal it off.. They usually do this stuff at the start of the season.. Try out the dark horses ahead of the main stage. Nannes is a sure starter for every game.. Laughlin will be the one to go away with a not so spectacular performance in the game he got.. Dwayne need to buck up as the bowler.. As he is bowling in the death.. Top 3 need to tighten their game more.. If they can play till the 10-12 overs scoring between 80-100 in that period, they have the firepower to close down the game in next 8-10 overs.. Punjab is a good team with very good pacers lined up.. Awana, PK, Azhar and Harris are very good pace attack in IPL especially with Mohali lending some assistance to their liking.. Chawla is as usual enigmatic guy who himself never know what his spell will look at the end of the day.. Punjab's top order batting with promising youngsters and good seniors would come good more than bad..

  • dsnagre on April 10, 2013, 6:58 GMT

    Well its hussy V hussy...both have ability to change the result of the match....its 50-50 contest...i am going with Punjab coz their local player are so good than csk ...

  • Harish_Sridhar on April 10, 2013, 6:36 GMT

    Purely going by the past few games between these two sides, KXIP should believe in themselves to win this encounter. They have done it before & the win in their first game this season will help their confidence.

    IMHO, may be CSK plays them casually,i.e. with a slight touch of over confidence. The top order always banks on the rear guard action and hence tends to throw their wickets quite cheaply.

    Now that they lost their first game, CSK should approach this game more responsibly. Bring in Morris in place of Laughlin and if CSK are chasing, MSD must play one position higher (he needs partners no matter how good he is).

    Proud of u MSD - great effort the last game against MI. GO CSK!!

  • soorya.dhoni on April 10, 2013, 6:30 GMT

    i wud like ta c either Morkel/Morris instead of Laughlin. Vijay needs to concentrate more and be more sensible. He is a stylish player and needs to build a god partnership with Huss. Huss is a legend and ofcorse experienced, but he can try to improve his S/R. In case two wickets fall early, send Badri ahead of msd and Bravo. He is a specialist in rescuing the team frm a crisis situation(remember last yr's play-off agnst MI). With Msd, Morris nd Bravo ta come later, they hav guys who can finish d inns. in style. Also they mite consider pushing Sir Jadeja up d order so tht he can take around 10 balls to settle down and then play his strokes

  • on April 10, 2013, 5:49 GMT

    my playing 11 for csk will be (in batting order) - m.vijay, a.shrikanth, s.raina, b.aparajith, ms.dhoni, d.bravo, a.morkel, c.morris, r.jadeja, r.ashwin, d.nannes. with 5 al lrounders the batting line up goes upto number 9 and 7 bowling options front line + 1 part timer raina gives chennai lots of options with bat and ball , the kind of hard hitting ability chennai have there is every possibility of them chasing any target even with 12-13 runs per over required in last 2-3 overs , and there bowling line up looks solid as well they have 3 spinners if there is even a bit of spin they can dominate and 4 seamers out of which 2 are really experienced campaigners of t20

  • Qa_ankit on April 10, 2013, 5:34 GMT

    I am actually not a fan of eighter team (as i m RRians) but still i have a blink going on in my mind about Kings XI. They looked to me far more dangerous then others teams. Why? Check their bowling strength. If they are playing all 5 bowlers from Indian bench, even then they have quality and good experience. And what it does is given all 4 foreign players a chance who can bat. So if you are having Gilli, D.Hussey, Shaun Marsh etc, believe me their batting is on a higher note. And their fielding, that was something to be appraised. Still need to perform though. But if this year, (All 2nd tier teams) RR, Punjab, Hyderabad and Pune goes for final 4 then i am gonna do Jham Pic Jham Pic Jhapang..

  • KK_Cricket on April 10, 2013, 5:05 GMT

    Chennai will goof up by dropping Nannes and playing over rated A Morkel and not so well know Chris Morris.. If Punjab bowl first, they have more than a chance...

  • SathiHussey on April 10, 2013, 4:22 GMT

    Dhoni should be bat next to the Raina. It gives more strength for allrounders who can smash the innings at the end with great finisher MSD.Bravo should be bat at no5 or next to the MSD.

  • Siva_Bala75 on April 10, 2013, 3:52 GMT

    What about Kulasekara and Akila? Are they available to play in Non Chennai matches?

  • Rockers11.1 on April 10, 2013, 3:16 GMT

    Chennai Super Kings.. All the best Lions.. Expecting a good play from batters..

  • muktijoddah on April 10, 2013, 2:03 GMT

    Luke pomersbach should have given a chance

  • on April 10, 2013, 1:51 GMT

    I want CSK playing with the same squad and only one change should be Chris Morris in place of Lauglin. Mohali pitch may set with bit seeming condition should assist for Nannes, Bravo and Morris. CSK is balanced with Seem and Spin in right combination. So, there is no way victory could slip from CSK's hand unless batsmen failed like first match. Vijay hadn't think much about he throwing the wicket as he was over confident that his team would reach 140 add runs easily but this time he will play the crucial role. CSK will win this match in last over.

  • on April 9, 2013, 22:50 GMT

    Kings 11 Will win this hands down !

  • on April 9, 2013, 21:45 GMT

    Is Shaun N Luke available for tom

  • ThyrSaadam on April 9, 2013, 20:49 GMT

    CSK should start this game as favourites to win, although KXIP are 1-0, and CSK 0-1. Something about CSK that seems very new is that they dont seem to know who the best 4 overseas stars are?

  • womenlovecricket on April 9, 2013, 18:09 GMT

    Come on CSK - you were robbed of a win against Mumbai because of a man called Pollard - this time please play like the 2 times champions you are....

  • on April 9, 2013, 18:02 GMT

    Chennai squad is. Vijay hussey raina badri dhoni a morkl bravo morris jadeja ashwin jakati..

  • on April 9, 2013, 17:59 GMT

    Kings 11 pb. Should be.. a gilchrist. Mandeep. S marsh. D hussey a mahmood. Vohra gurkirat chawla p kumar awanna. Bipul sharma

  • on April 9, 2013, 17:57 GMT

    The immediate swap would be Chris Morris for Ben laughlin and the rest of the XI will be the same as against MI. The one thing that is very important for Super kings is the start provided by opening duo they might score slow but need to provide a solid start on which the explosive batsmen can build on! it is crucial M Vijay understands his role , he can be a swashbuckler but the team needs to him play accordingly, hope he delivers along with Mr.Cricket.

  • on April 9, 2013, 16:06 GMT

    in kings were is paul valuthy

  • on April 9, 2013, 16:06 GMT

    in kings were is paul valuthy

  • on April 9, 2013, 17:57 GMT

    The immediate swap would be Chris Morris for Ben laughlin and the rest of the XI will be the same as against MI. The one thing that is very important for Super kings is the start provided by opening duo they might score slow but need to provide a solid start on which the explosive batsmen can build on! it is crucial M Vijay understands his role , he can be a swashbuckler but the team needs to him play accordingly, hope he delivers along with Mr.Cricket.

  • on April 9, 2013, 17:59 GMT

    Kings 11 pb. Should be.. a gilchrist. Mandeep. S marsh. D hussey a mahmood. Vohra gurkirat chawla p kumar awanna. Bipul sharma

  • on April 9, 2013, 18:02 GMT

    Chennai squad is. Vijay hussey raina badri dhoni a morkl bravo morris jadeja ashwin jakati..

  • womenlovecricket on April 9, 2013, 18:09 GMT

    Come on CSK - you were robbed of a win against Mumbai because of a man called Pollard - this time please play like the 2 times champions you are....

  • ThyrSaadam on April 9, 2013, 20:49 GMT

    CSK should start this game as favourites to win, although KXIP are 1-0, and CSK 0-1. Something about CSK that seems very new is that they dont seem to know who the best 4 overseas stars are?

  • on April 9, 2013, 21:45 GMT

    Is Shaun N Luke available for tom

  • on April 9, 2013, 22:50 GMT

    Kings 11 Will win this hands down !

  • on April 10, 2013, 1:51 GMT

    I want CSK playing with the same squad and only one change should be Chris Morris in place of Lauglin. Mohali pitch may set with bit seeming condition should assist for Nannes, Bravo and Morris. CSK is balanced with Seem and Spin in right combination. So, there is no way victory could slip from CSK's hand unless batsmen failed like first match. Vijay hadn't think much about he throwing the wicket as he was over confident that his team would reach 140 add runs easily but this time he will play the crucial role. CSK will win this match in last over.

  • muktijoddah on April 10, 2013, 2:03 GMT

    Luke pomersbach should have given a chance