Daredevils v Royals, IPL 2014, Delhi May 3, 2014

Nair fashions Royals' clinical chase

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Rajasthan Royals 156 for 3 (Nair 73*, Samson 34) beat Delhi Daredevils 152 for 5 (de Kock 42, Duminy 39, Tambe 2-25) by seven wickets
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Rajasthan Royals produced one of their better batting performances this season to keep pace with the two table leaders and no, the starring roles didn't feature Ajinkya Rahane or Shane Watson or Stuart Binny. There was one steadying hand from Sanju Samson to ensure the middling target was under control and a surprise promotion for Rajat Bhatia, but it was another young batsman, playing only his third game for the franchise, who reaffirmed Royals' narrative of being a moneyball outfit. Karun Nair, the Karnataka batsman who had scores of 8 and 1 in his previous two outings, was conservative to start with, but opened up in the second half of his innings to hit an unbeaten half-century to sink Delhi Daredevils by seven wickets.

A chase of 153 had tested Royals two years ago at the same ground when they had fallen a run short, but there were no such surprises this time as Royals built a solid foundation to set up the launch. In that first half, Nair had almost remained invisible in the shadow of Samson's strokeplay. He was on 29 off the first 30 balls he faced despite hitting three crisp boundaries. Maybe it was the dismissal of Samson or maybe it was the need to be assertive in the company of Bhatia, who was sent to provide some thrust to the innings, Nair's second half was in complete contrast to the first. His next 20 deliveries produced 44 runs that included five fours and two sixes, the second of which could have done Watson proud for its disdain.

Watson joined Nair towards the end of the innings and hit a couple of sixes too, but his - or his team management's - decision of sending Bhatia ahead of better batsmen proved to be one of his more effective strokes. Bhatia can bat, but he has never played as high as No. 4 in the IPL. His cross-batted slogs were not the most pleasing to the eye, but just like his bowling, his stand of 44 runs in five overs with Nair quickly deflated Daredevils bowling, especially with the danger of Watson looming.

Unlike Royals, Daredevils batting had been a three-part story, all quite different from each other, but adding up in the end to a fighting total. After being asked to bat, Quinton de Kock and M Vijay were not really fussed by the frequent change of bowlers by Royals and added a confident 33 runs for the first wicket before Vijay was caught at mid-off. The fall of wicket or the distractions involving the square-leg umpire, who let Kevin Pietersen off the hook by not reviewing a run-out call, didn't affect de Kock's approach as he went about picking his boundaries at a regular pace.

Daredevils were 68 for 1 when Pravin Tambe removed both de Kock, who was out caught and bowled, and Pietersen, who holed out at long-on, in the same over to signal the start of a period of Royals dominance. Only 32 runs came in the next six overs and it took an enterprising effort from JP Duminy and Kedar Jadhav to lift Delhi out from that hole.

Jadhav may have been lucky to get his first six - a top edge off James Faulkner - but none of his later shots were mis-hits. He finished the innings with a flourish, hitting one of the biggest sixes of the match in the last over and was unbeaten on 28 off 14 balls. Duminy as usual had played his part too in helping Delhi add 58 off the last five overs. It gave their bowlers a chance, but on a pitch that was a far cry from some of the slower surfaces Delhi has dished out in the past, it was always going to be a tough one to defend.

Devashish Fuloria is a sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo

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  • Greatest_Game on May 4, 2014, 15:05 GMT

    @ Nikko Chunn commented that "Not playing Neesham was bad enough and our batting suffered immeasurably without him... then Parnell bowled poorly too…"

    As a Saffa, Parnell frustrates the hell out of me. He is either really good, or really bad, with nothing in between. (He is usually great when he has not played for a while.) Yet, to my immense surprise, when I looked up the team stats I found Parnell is DD's 2nd most economical bowler, at econ 7.26. (Coulter-Nile is unfortunately out.)

    Neesham concedes more runs at econ 9.62, and his batting is no better! He has scored 30 runs in 3 innings, highest score 22!

    I'm not arguing for Parnell - he SHOULD be dropped as he always bowls best coming back into the team - it seems to motivate him to prove himself. I think the secret to using him well is to play him, then drop him, then play him, then drop him ….

    Not sure at all about Neesham. After 3 matches he is way down the list of batting & bowling averages!

  • Greatest_Game on May 4, 2014, 14:44 GMT

    @ cricketlover111 commented that "The Australian foreign players team beat the South Africans ... DD team is average apart from Duminy."

    Even worse, Duminy is DD's most economical bowler, & he did not send down a single over!

    The problem is the captain of the South African Foreign Players Team is no longer a proper Saffa. KP spent so long playing for England he slowly lost his Saffa cricket skills and …… how else can I say this ….. slid downhill to settle at the level of …. ummm … English players! (Note: "English" players in IPL teams learned cricket somewhere else, like SA, Ireland, etc.)

    The South African Foreign Players Team should sack their skipper & rejoin with the New Zealand Foreign Players. Both love to beat those 'other' *Southern Hemisphere players - the Aussies.

    If DD do play 4 foreign players, they should at least be in form, & contribute! Million dollar players who don't perform are deadweights.

    *For the IPL, Zim's player is an honorary Saffa

  • Greatest_Game on May 4, 2014, 13:51 GMT

    Dehli's most economical bowler is Duminy, econ 6.64. Rahul Sharma's econ is 10.83. Unadkat's econ is 8.46. Snami's ave is 8.41.

    So why in heaven's name did KP not bowl Duminy, and yet sent in Sharma, Unadkat and Shami, when the objective was to LIMIT the Royals scoring?

    Why is Karthik even playing? Is it because they spent so much money on him? He is clearly not picked because he is a run machine! Not with a 17.66 ave!!!!!! Little de Kock has scored the same number of runs as Karthic, but in half the innings. As so many Asian commenters here have observed, as a South African he can't play spin,but his average is 35.33 - the second best in the team!

    de Kock is a good keeper. Karthik is in terrible form. Drop Karthik & pick a youngster who is hungry for runs! And as for KP - poor batting, poor captaincy! He can go with Karthik. Dehli Daredevils' $3 million bench warmers!

  • avani on May 4, 2014, 11:17 GMT

    Congrats Shilpa Shetty. Your team is as beautiful as you. Hope your team continue to win by miles to bring on your face lot of smiles. By the by Binny has become a permanent 1 over bowler! Any way my favorite team RR b'cse of Dravid, Nair and Binny in the team.

  • on May 4, 2014, 11:11 GMT

    Leg umpire Sanjay Hazare was saved yesterday thanks to Tambe and Smith getting KP out for 14 after that horrible umpiring.

  • on May 4, 2014, 10:55 GMT

    Delhi bowling has been toothless.. Not having a single match winning bowler.... poor show with no fight....

    Dravid!!!!! you beauty....

  • on May 4, 2014, 9:01 GMT

    RR is like Arsenal. They don't have stars, but they create stars. Lovely team.

  • on May 4, 2014, 8:59 GMT

    Facebook User - who are you calling the underdogs? Rajasthan wee the bookies' favourite... so the opposite was true. Fact. DD lost, again, due to no balance / Neesham.... Parnell is, on current form, a bowler (in every third game it would seem he is anyway).... Neesham an all-rounder who gives the batting line-up more confidence to get the 10 runs we were short the other night. I refuse to concede we are worse, until we are playing our best eleven and thus our strongest unit tested. And when KP does not bowl the spinners on short boundaries for at least four overs more than needed.... not bowling Duminy either, meaning we had NO all-rounder at all.... in t20.... SAD!! Just too annoying to believe.

  • Machu.mac on May 4, 2014, 7:12 GMT

    RAHUL DRAVID is Great ,because he is encouraging Young cricketers and giving Chance to young Cricketers to show their talents ....So I support Rajasthan Royals....

  • on May 4, 2014, 6:44 GMT

    Those who call Rajasthan an underdog side should realize that they are not at all underdogs and they were bound to win this comfortably .They have a good squad of proven performers like Watson Smith Faulkner Samson Binny Hodge .They are no longer underdogs and do not punch above their weight unlike the 1 st 3 seasons.

  • Greatest_Game on May 4, 2014, 15:05 GMT

    @ Nikko Chunn commented that "Not playing Neesham was bad enough and our batting suffered immeasurably without him... then Parnell bowled poorly too…"

    As a Saffa, Parnell frustrates the hell out of me. He is either really good, or really bad, with nothing in between. (He is usually great when he has not played for a while.) Yet, to my immense surprise, when I looked up the team stats I found Parnell is DD's 2nd most economical bowler, at econ 7.26. (Coulter-Nile is unfortunately out.)

    Neesham concedes more runs at econ 9.62, and his batting is no better! He has scored 30 runs in 3 innings, highest score 22!

    I'm not arguing for Parnell - he SHOULD be dropped as he always bowls best coming back into the team - it seems to motivate him to prove himself. I think the secret to using him well is to play him, then drop him, then play him, then drop him ….

    Not sure at all about Neesham. After 3 matches he is way down the list of batting & bowling averages!

  • Greatest_Game on May 4, 2014, 14:44 GMT

    @ cricketlover111 commented that "The Australian foreign players team beat the South Africans ... DD team is average apart from Duminy."

    Even worse, Duminy is DD's most economical bowler, & he did not send down a single over!

    The problem is the captain of the South African Foreign Players Team is no longer a proper Saffa. KP spent so long playing for England he slowly lost his Saffa cricket skills and …… how else can I say this ….. slid downhill to settle at the level of …. ummm … English players! (Note: "English" players in IPL teams learned cricket somewhere else, like SA, Ireland, etc.)

    The South African Foreign Players Team should sack their skipper & rejoin with the New Zealand Foreign Players. Both love to beat those 'other' *Southern Hemisphere players - the Aussies.

    If DD do play 4 foreign players, they should at least be in form, & contribute! Million dollar players who don't perform are deadweights.

    *For the IPL, Zim's player is an honorary Saffa

  • Greatest_Game on May 4, 2014, 13:51 GMT

    Dehli's most economical bowler is Duminy, econ 6.64. Rahul Sharma's econ is 10.83. Unadkat's econ is 8.46. Snami's ave is 8.41.

    So why in heaven's name did KP not bowl Duminy, and yet sent in Sharma, Unadkat and Shami, when the objective was to LIMIT the Royals scoring?

    Why is Karthik even playing? Is it because they spent so much money on him? He is clearly not picked because he is a run machine! Not with a 17.66 ave!!!!!! Little de Kock has scored the same number of runs as Karthic, but in half the innings. As so many Asian commenters here have observed, as a South African he can't play spin,but his average is 35.33 - the second best in the team!

    de Kock is a good keeper. Karthik is in terrible form. Drop Karthik & pick a youngster who is hungry for runs! And as for KP - poor batting, poor captaincy! He can go with Karthik. Dehli Daredevils' $3 million bench warmers!

  • avani on May 4, 2014, 11:17 GMT

    Congrats Shilpa Shetty. Your team is as beautiful as you. Hope your team continue to win by miles to bring on your face lot of smiles. By the by Binny has become a permanent 1 over bowler! Any way my favorite team RR b'cse of Dravid, Nair and Binny in the team.

  • on May 4, 2014, 11:11 GMT

    Leg umpire Sanjay Hazare was saved yesterday thanks to Tambe and Smith getting KP out for 14 after that horrible umpiring.

  • on May 4, 2014, 10:55 GMT

    Delhi bowling has been toothless.. Not having a single match winning bowler.... poor show with no fight....

    Dravid!!!!! you beauty....

  • on May 4, 2014, 9:01 GMT

    RR is like Arsenal. They don't have stars, but they create stars. Lovely team.

  • on May 4, 2014, 8:59 GMT

    Facebook User - who are you calling the underdogs? Rajasthan wee the bookies' favourite... so the opposite was true. Fact. DD lost, again, due to no balance / Neesham.... Parnell is, on current form, a bowler (in every third game it would seem he is anyway).... Neesham an all-rounder who gives the batting line-up more confidence to get the 10 runs we were short the other night. I refuse to concede we are worse, until we are playing our best eleven and thus our strongest unit tested. And when KP does not bowl the spinners on short boundaries for at least four overs more than needed.... not bowling Duminy either, meaning we had NO all-rounder at all.... in t20.... SAD!! Just too annoying to believe.

  • Machu.mac on May 4, 2014, 7:12 GMT

    RAHUL DRAVID is Great ,because he is encouraging Young cricketers and giving Chance to young Cricketers to show their talents ....So I support Rajasthan Royals....

  • on May 4, 2014, 6:44 GMT

    Those who call Rajasthan an underdog side should realize that they are not at all underdogs and they were bound to win this comfortably .They have a good squad of proven performers like Watson Smith Faulkner Samson Binny Hodge .They are no longer underdogs and do not punch above their weight unlike the 1 st 3 seasons.

  • on May 4, 2014, 6:17 GMT

    We should replace Kane Richardson with Tim Southee....! He also adds depth to the bowling and batting...! He is a genuine all-rounder...! So in case James Faulkner has a bad day he can cover up for him...! So the batting will go till No.9 and then we have 7-8 bowlers who can bowl...! In case karun Nair doesn't perform Unmukt Chand should be played...! Otherwise the team is perfect and gelling together well..! The team combination is also good for winning....!

  • karnamgiridhar on May 4, 2014, 6:10 GMT

    For all those who thought IPL I ony big hitting or slogging, they are proven wrong, we have been seeing some fabulous mind games by many bowlers. specially the younger lot in Chahal, Tambe, and some quality seam and swing bowling from Sandeep sharma. Narine is at his best always. common siers are hit even in test matches these days, but the TV screen do not how the count that's it.

  • cricketlover111 on May 4, 2014, 5:43 GMT

    The Australian foreign players team beat the South Africans. Do they do this so the foreign players feel at home? DD team is average apart from Duminy

  • on May 4, 2014, 5:22 GMT

    As usual, the underdogs performed better than expected, and punched above their weight. The aura of Samson should continue to grow. However, it being a Rajasthan side, they should have picked at least 2 local players such as Dishant Yagnik. I say this because I too belong to Jaipur and love that city a lot. At the same time, I am very happy that Binny, Samson, Rahane, Tambe and now Karunesh Nair play such fair and nice cricket, and fight till the last moment. Not to ignore the spirit and heroics of Watson, Faulkner and the magical Brad Hodge. I also want to see Kevin Cooper back, and perhaps Shaun Tait, Time Southee and any other foreign player, simply because all of them must taste the experience of playing with the most amazing team that India has ever produced.

    All the best RR to keep winning!!

    Thanks, Sanket

  • on May 4, 2014, 4:22 GMT

    RR is an awesome outfit - they always seem to get a decent team on board with such less money....

  • Kashi0127 on May 4, 2014, 4:07 GMT

    @ ANDROID_USER Karun Nair and host of others from Karnataka (Rahul, Jadhav, Uthappa, Pandey, Gautham, Vinay) and few other teams have done very well in national circuit which was lot tougher than IPL. They definitely need recognition, not because of IPL performance but in true cricket games and hard fought events.

  • Kashi0127 on May 4, 2014, 3:57 GMT

    What else would you expect a team (Rajasthan Royals) packed with two Karnataka players and backed by Karnataka's star of all time Dravid to do. I can't wait to what they can do to Royal Challengers (I have deliberately left out B of RCB as they do not represent Bangalore) - A True and Original Bangalorean

  • on May 4, 2014, 3:47 GMT

    Rahul Dravid and RR management is doing a great service to Indian cricket....They are nourishing young Indian cricketers brilliantly in RR setup. Thanks RD and RR for a great team atmosphere.

  • on May 4, 2014, 3:22 GMT

    Wow! Not playing Neesham was bad enough and our batting suffered immeasurably without him... then Parnell bowled poorly too... awesome. Not hindsight, said it all before game. make that change DD. For pity's sake, it is t20 and you left him out after he high batted and took 1/30 versus Chennai... and I bet he was angry with how he went. But leaving him out for a hot/cold bowler (on form)? Um, nope. But worse than (or as bad as) all this - KP did not bowl Duminy and brought back in Sharma and then bowled the two spinners for seven overs? Was there some obsession with having taken them into the match? Was it ignorance or stubborness or both? Because it was bizarre IMHO to see them given over after over and get toweled.... There is a great side in there and it might come out with Neesham back in there (just for balance alone and some blimmin' hitting power on that tiny ground maybe!? OMG). ... but will they do the obvious? They did not last night. Faith still strong, but hurting... 8-(

  • hkiran1 on May 4, 2014, 2:00 GMT

    Karun Nair's batting is similar to Kallis's. Was delighted to see the way he got inside the line of an away going delivery. Kudo's to Dravid for spotting, nurturing and giving oppurunities to Indian talent. Becoz of that RR seems like a team which have deep batting strength without much relying on overseas players. Most importantly these players like Sanju and Karan are not sloggers but proper batsmen who can hold on their own in Test's too. If they can do the same with young Indian bowlers, it will be good for India.

  • Jagger on May 4, 2014, 1:58 GMT

    Watson getting close to where he should be batting in all forms. Just another one or two rungs down the batting order to six or seven and he will be monstering the bowling in the final overs all over the world. When he has to think about it, he struggles. Shutty eyes, hitty hard, dear Watson.

  • Jagger on May 4, 2014, 1:56 GMT

    Watson getting close to where he should be batting in all forms. Just another one or two rungs down the batting order to six or seven and he will be monstering the bowling in the final overs all over the world. When he has to think about it, he struggles.

  • CherryWood_Champion on May 4, 2014, 0:53 GMT

    Absurd captaincy by DD Captain - KP. Duminy was not given any bowling, who other wise would have given DD the required breaks.

  • on May 3, 2014, 23:39 GMT

    I think this young man karun looks like a great prospect. time to expose him to A teams etc

  • paul_rocks on May 3, 2014, 21:26 GMT

    The IPL needs to implement a performance based pay package for the players. To play in this match, D. Karthik was paid almost one crore, while P. Tambe was paid less than a lac. Their salaries are not contingent upon performance, they are guaranteed. Tambe performs exceptionally not only in this match but in all the matches so far, Karthik's performance has been mediocre in all matches up to now, yet their salaries are not affected. In the corporate world such inconsistencies will never be tolerated, there would be immediate arbitrage. IPL is a sports event backed and owned by corporations. Such arbitrage should exist in the IPL also. It gives a player an extra incentive to perform. There can be a base salary but the giant pay packages have to be backed by performance. It is basic risk mitigation which is practiced by every successful corporation.

  • on May 3, 2014, 20:16 GMT

    Delhi have not been doing well since dropping Neesham and Taylor.

  • Nampally on May 3, 2014, 19:29 GMT

    Another fine win for RR to keep them in the 3rd place. I expect RR to advance ahead of Punjab kings, as it is better all round team. Unfortunately they do not have the home team advantage of playing in Jaipur. But they do have a well balanced side with lot of talented Youngsters from India in the XI right in top 3 of the lineup. In bowling they have Thambe who is an excellent leg spinner at the age of 40+! Watson commands lot of respect of his team & Dravid provide the leadership off the field & in coaching. There are relatively less well known stars like all rounders Binny & Bhatia. It is essential to have a great bunch of team players like Rahane, Nair & Samson who can produce. RR is showing this on a consistent basis. Today they contained highly touted DD line up to 152 & chased it down thru' Samson, Nair, Bhatia & Watson. I think this team will be strong contenders for the title this year. Good Luck RR - a team of relatively less known players but guys with winning spirit!

  • on May 3, 2014, 19:01 GMT

    Well done karun. Wow indian domestic stars are shining in big tournaments. Just love RD you r the best

  • dogandbone on May 3, 2014, 18:32 GMT

    Time to bring Taylor back and either open with him or bat him 3....play the 4 overseas batsman and figure out the Indian bowlers....if KP fails next game out he goes and insert RT as skipper...something needs to change...

  • on May 3, 2014, 18:12 GMT

    This DD team is the most unbalanced .They have the worst bowling attack and I am sure they can make an XI consisting of only middle order batsmen .The spin department is the worst .MI should be ashamed of itself that it lost to such a weak bowling attack .Anyways this team will end up at the bottom .As for Royals they have a lot of bench strength to choose from .Brad Hodge is sitting out indicates that .I expect them to be in playoffs .It might even be an RR vs CSK final .On the other hand DD will be the bottom dweller unless MI show that this win was a one off that is unlikely to happen as most of MI s batsmen have found some sort of rhythm .KXIP CSK RR in the playoffs with RCB/SRH/KKR and even MI in contention (although highly unlikely ). DD should try Kaul and Sharath instead of Unadkat and R sharma .Next season they must find a good spinner .Too many batting options are there .IMO get back M Tiwary in place of non performing Karthik and get in neesham for parnell.

  • on May 3, 2014, 18:10 GMT

    Sanju is a good player.Only if he had some more patience.He needs to stop getting out after getting a good start.He just try to hit too much once he start attacking.

  • IndCricFan2013 on May 3, 2014, 18:05 GMT

    Close to the half way stage, it appears there is only one slot left in play off for 5 teams, CSK, KXIP and RR taking first 3 spots. Is the 4th one be HYD or Bangalore, will kknow tomorrow. Dravid is making wonders to domestic players, similar to or even better than how players come out in CSK under Dhoni.

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  • IndCricFan2013 on May 3, 2014, 18:05 GMT

    Close to the half way stage, it appears there is only one slot left in play off for 5 teams, CSK, KXIP and RR taking first 3 spots. Is the 4th one be HYD or Bangalore, will kknow tomorrow. Dravid is making wonders to domestic players, similar to or even better than how players come out in CSK under Dhoni.

  • on May 3, 2014, 18:10 GMT

    Sanju is a good player.Only if he had some more patience.He needs to stop getting out after getting a good start.He just try to hit too much once he start attacking.

  • on May 3, 2014, 18:12 GMT

    This DD team is the most unbalanced .They have the worst bowling attack and I am sure they can make an XI consisting of only middle order batsmen .The spin department is the worst .MI should be ashamed of itself that it lost to such a weak bowling attack .Anyways this team will end up at the bottom .As for Royals they have a lot of bench strength to choose from .Brad Hodge is sitting out indicates that .I expect them to be in playoffs .It might even be an RR vs CSK final .On the other hand DD will be the bottom dweller unless MI show that this win was a one off that is unlikely to happen as most of MI s batsmen have found some sort of rhythm .KXIP CSK RR in the playoffs with RCB/SRH/KKR and even MI in contention (although highly unlikely ). DD should try Kaul and Sharath instead of Unadkat and R sharma .Next season they must find a good spinner .Too many batting options are there .IMO get back M Tiwary in place of non performing Karthik and get in neesham for parnell.

  • dogandbone on May 3, 2014, 18:32 GMT

    Time to bring Taylor back and either open with him or bat him 3....play the 4 overseas batsman and figure out the Indian bowlers....if KP fails next game out he goes and insert RT as skipper...something needs to change...

  • on May 3, 2014, 19:01 GMT

    Well done karun. Wow indian domestic stars are shining in big tournaments. Just love RD you r the best

  • Nampally on May 3, 2014, 19:29 GMT

    Another fine win for RR to keep them in the 3rd place. I expect RR to advance ahead of Punjab kings, as it is better all round team. Unfortunately they do not have the home team advantage of playing in Jaipur. But they do have a well balanced side with lot of talented Youngsters from India in the XI right in top 3 of the lineup. In bowling they have Thambe who is an excellent leg spinner at the age of 40+! Watson commands lot of respect of his team & Dravid provide the leadership off the field & in coaching. There are relatively less well known stars like all rounders Binny & Bhatia. It is essential to have a great bunch of team players like Rahane, Nair & Samson who can produce. RR is showing this on a consistent basis. Today they contained highly touted DD line up to 152 & chased it down thru' Samson, Nair, Bhatia & Watson. I think this team will be strong contenders for the title this year. Good Luck RR - a team of relatively less known players but guys with winning spirit!

  • on May 3, 2014, 20:16 GMT

    Delhi have not been doing well since dropping Neesham and Taylor.

  • paul_rocks on May 3, 2014, 21:26 GMT

    The IPL needs to implement a performance based pay package for the players. To play in this match, D. Karthik was paid almost one crore, while P. Tambe was paid less than a lac. Their salaries are not contingent upon performance, they are guaranteed. Tambe performs exceptionally not only in this match but in all the matches so far, Karthik's performance has been mediocre in all matches up to now, yet their salaries are not affected. In the corporate world such inconsistencies will never be tolerated, there would be immediate arbitrage. IPL is a sports event backed and owned by corporations. Such arbitrage should exist in the IPL also. It gives a player an extra incentive to perform. There can be a base salary but the giant pay packages have to be backed by performance. It is basic risk mitigation which is practiced by every successful corporation.

  • on May 3, 2014, 23:39 GMT

    I think this young man karun looks like a great prospect. time to expose him to A teams etc

  • CherryWood_Champion on May 4, 2014, 0:53 GMT

    Absurd captaincy by DD Captain - KP. Duminy was not given any bowling, who other wise would have given DD the required breaks.