Indian Premier League, 23rd match: Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians at East London, May 1, 2009
Mumbai Indians won by 9 runs
Played at Buffalo Park, East London (neutral venue)
1 May 2009 (20-over match)

12.27: So Tendulkar and Jayasuriya walk out. Ishant has the ball. Will we have another first-ball wicket? Saha is keeping wicket.

Shojeeb: "Why don't Kolkata play Mortaza? He is an excellent player and he has the support of Bangladesh behind him. And he was also bought for 600k so why don't they play him?"

I know what you're feeling but you can play only 4 foreign players so there's no place for him. There may be a place for him when Gayle departs, but will they take him at the expense of a batsman? I feel bad for Mortaza too.

12.00:
Toss: Mumbai have won the toss and they will bat first.

Teams: Two changes for Mumbai. Dwayne Bravo is rested and Graham Napier replaces him. Shikhar Dhawan makes way for Mumbai batsman Ajinkya Rahane. Dhawan injured his foot in the last game. Kolkata are unchanged.

Mumbai: 1 Sachin Tendulkar (capt), 2 Sanath Jayasuriya, 3 Ajinkya Rahane, 4 JP Duminy, 5 Graham Napier, 6 Abhishek Nayar, 7 Saurabh Tiwary, 8 Harbhajan Singh, 9 Pinal Shah (wk), 10 Zaheer Khan, 11 Lasith Malinga

Kolkata: 1 Brendon McCullum (capt), 2 Chris Gayle, 3 Sourav Ganguly, 4 Morne van Wyk (wk), 5 Brad Hodge, 6 Wriddhiman Saha, 7 Laxmi Shukla, 8 Ashok Dinda, 9 Ajit Agarkar, 10 Murali Kartik 11 Ishant Sharma

Graham Napier is yet to play for England but his name has been doing the rounds of late. He's one of the leading T20 allrounders in England right now. He wrote his name in the record books with an astonishing 152 against Sussex in a Twenty20 game, which included a world record 16 sixes.

11.45: Good day to you all and welcome to the zillionth match of the IPL. The madness moves to East London for the first time and the teams on show today are Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders. They met just a few days back at Port Elizabeth and Kolkata got mauled.

If you haven't joined the IPL fantasy league yet then don't wait too long. It's loads of fun. There are two versions of this for the IPL (Salary cap and Pick 'em). Check it out.

Buffalo Park in East London is the home of the Warriors franchise in South Africa. Here's what the Cricinfo ground profile says: "The smallest ground in South Africa with limited stands, but adequate player facilities. It has been used for One-day Internationals and has excellent night cricket lights. It is still in the process of long term development, but is very picturesque."

It has just hosted one Test so obviously it's not among the regular international venues.

The sun's out, it looks like a glorious afternoon. The grass has been shaved off the pitch. Look out for golf swings from Gayle in particular.

0.1

Sharma to Jayasuriya, 1 wide, starts off with wide down the leg side and Jayasuriya has a feel for it

0.1

Sharma to Jayasuriya, 1 run, pushes it with soft hands down the pitch and mid-off runs across and has a shy at the stumps and Jayasuriya is home

0.2

Sharma to Tendulkar, 1 wide, wide outside the offstump and Tendyulka sticks his pad out and watches it through

0.2

Sharma to Tendulkar, no run, hits the right length outside off and Tendulkar tries to force it past the covers

0.3

Sharma to Tendulkar, 2 runs, a misfield gets Tendulkar off the mark, he punches him hard past cover and Shukla sprints and pulls it back

0.4

Sharma to Tendulkar, no run, Tendulkar has a wild swish outside off and luckily for him it's a wide, not far from the edge

0.5

Sharma to Tendulkar, no run, nice punched drive but he finds Shukla at backward point

0.6

Sharma to Tendulkar, FOUR, streaky boundary and Ishant nearly gets him there, he reaches out to a wide delivery and gets a thick inside edge which beats the stumps and keeper

End of over 1 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 9/0 (RR: 9.00)

    • SR Tendulkar 6 (5b 1x4)
    • ST Jayasuriya 1 (1b)
    • I Sharma 1-0-9-0

That ends a long over. Here's Ashok Dinda

1.1

Dinda to Jayasuriya, FOUR, Dinda errs by pitching it up outside off and Jayasuriya launches into it and lofts through the line high over mid-off

1.2

Dinda to Jayasuriya, no run, much better, holds the length back and Jayasuriya opts to shoulder arms

1.3

Dinda to Jayasuriya, 1 run, chops it down towards cover, the offside field is packed

1.4

Dinda to Tendulkar, no run, keeps it on a good length outside off and he punches it down to backward point

1.5

Dinda to Tendulkar, no run, he's hitting them off the middle of the bat but invariably he finds the fielder, mid-off picks it up

Fine leg comes in, square leg goes back

1.6

Dinda to Tendulkar, 1 run, he nurdles it just wide of short fine leg and there's hesitation for the second run, Tendulkar's halfway down the pitch before he sprints back

End of over 2 (6 runs) Mumbai Indians 15/0 (RR: 7.50)

    • SR Tendulkar 7 (8b 1x4)
    • ST Jayasuriya 6 (4b 1x4)
    • AB Dinda 1-0-6-0
    • I Sharma 1-0-9-0
2.1

Sharma to Tendulkar, no run, fullish in length outside off, he gets forward and pushes it to mid-off

2.2

Sharma to Tendulkar, no run, nips it back into the right hander and Tendulkar steers it towards short cover and tells his partner to stay back

2.3

Sharma to Tendulkar, 1 run, Tendulkar reaches out and gets a thick outside edge to third man, Dinda does superbly to slide and cut it off

2.4

Sharma to Jayasuriya, 2 byes, 136 kph, Jayasuriya gets a very quick bouncer and the ball nearly brushes his glove as he tries to hook, van Wyk leaps up and fumbles, tough one for the keeper

2.5

Sharma to Jayasuriya, no run, pushes it down the pitch to mid-off

2.6

Sharma to Jayasuriya, no run, slower ball on the pads and he flicks it hard down to square leg

End of over 3 (3 runs) Mumbai Indians 18/0 (RR: 6.00)

    • ST Jayasuriya 6 (7b 1x4)
    • SR Tendulkar 8 (11b 1x4)
    • I Sharma 2-0-10-0
    • AB Dinda 1-0-6-0
3.1

Dinda to Tendulkar, 1 leg bye, tucks him up by getting the ball to nip back in off the pitch, the ball clips his pads and rolls away

3.2

Dinda to Jayasuriya, OUT, loose shot selection by Jayasuriya, he exposes his stumps and charges down the pitch, Dinda drops it a bit short and induces a thick edge as Jayasuriya tries to clam it through the off side, van Wyk makes no mistake, very easy take

ST Jayasuriya c †van Wyk b Dinda 6 (8b 1x4 0x6) SR: 75.00

Harbhajan the pinch hitter walks in

3.3

Dinda to Harbhajan Singh, 1 wide, shuffles across his stumps to glance him down to fine leg but the ball is wide

3.3

Dinda to Harbhajan Singh, no run, it sat up there to whack down the ground but he mistimed the swat to mid-off

3.4

Dinda to Harbhajan Singh, 2 runs, the ball is short and Harbhajan picks it from outside off and plays the chopper shot which Dhoni often plays

3.5

Dinda to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, angles it on the body and he clips it too early, the ball rolls to the on side

3.6

Dinda to Tendulkar, 1 run, fullish outside off and pushed down the ground to mid-off

Gautam Gambhir on hair, friends, Australia, and alternative occupations - in the Quick Singles interview.

End of over 4 (6 runs) Mumbai Indians 24/1 (RR: 6.00)

    • SR Tendulkar 9 (13b 1x4)
    • Harbhajan Singh 3 (3b)
    • AB Dinda 2-0-11-1
    • I Sharma 2-0-10-0
4.1

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, punches it on the front foot off the middle of the bat and just beats short cover, mid-off picks it up

4.2

Shukla to Tendulkar, 1 run, flashes hard and gets a thickish edge down to third man

4.3

Shukla to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, he gets a low full toss and he works it forcefully do to deep square leg, there's protection there

4.4

Shukla to Tendulkar, FOUR, Shukla errs by sliding it on the pads and with fine leg up the batsman just needs to trickle it away and that's what Tendulkar did

4.5

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, Appeal, he drops it in front of short cover and sets off, Harbhajan sends him back and there's a direct hit, the third umpire has a look and Tendulkar is safe

4.6

Shukla to Tendulkar, 1 run, full in length outside off and he pushes it through the line to mid-off

Away from the IPL, England and West Indies will begin a Test series for distraction's sake. And Fantasy's/a> alive and kicking. Pick your team now.

End of over 5 (7 runs) Mumbai Indians 31/1 (RR: 6.20)

    • SR Tendulkar 15 (18b 2x4)
    • Harbhajan Singh 4 (4b)
    • LR Shukla 1-0-7-0
    • AB Dinda 2-0-11-1
5.1

Kartik to Tendulkar, SIX, looked like a mis-hit at first but that carried over the rope alright, he reaches forward to a flighted delivery, didn't look like he got to the pitch of it but there was enough elevation to clear long-off

5.2

Kartik to Tendulkar, 1 run, shuffles and works it to the on side

5.3

Kartik to Harbhajan Singh, 2 runs, he has a free swing and the top edge lands in the middle of nowhere at long leg

5.4

Kartik to Harbhajan Singh, no run, forces it to mid-on

5.5

Kartik to Harbhajan Singh, OUT, flighted on middle and leg, he chips down the pitch to tonk him over the on side but he doesn't get enough elevation and Dinda takes it easily at deep midwicket

Harbhajan Singh c Dinda b Kartik 6 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 85.71

Here's Abhishek Nayar

5.6

Kartik to Nayar, no run, gets beside the line and steers it to the off side

End of over 6 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 40/2 (RR: 6.66)

    • AM Nayar 0 (1b)
    • SR Tendulkar 22 (20b 2x4 1x6)
    • M Kartik 1-0-9-1
    • LR Shukla 1-0-7-0
6.1

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, short and wide outside off and he flashes hard and misses

6.2

Shukla to Tendulkar, 2 runs, knocks it back to the bowler

6.3

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, Shukla teases him with width outside off and Tendulkar falls for the bait and flashes hard again and misses

6.4

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, short outside off and he pulls but finds midwicket

6.5

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, appeal! Tendulkar tries to sweep a full toss and he may have been struck just outside the line of offstump, Shukla runs across and cuts it off

6.6

Shukla to Tendulkar, no run, commits early to the front foot and punches it straight to sweeper cover

End of over 7 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 42/2 (RR: 6.00)

    • SR Tendulkar 24 (26b 2x4 1x6)
    • AM Nayar 0 (1b)
    • LR Shukla 2-0-9-0
    • M Kartik 1-0-9-1
7.1

Agarkar to Nayar, 1 run, angles it into the left hander and he works it wide of midwicket

7.2

Agarkar to Tendulkar, no run, Tendulkar tries to upper cut it as Agarkar drops it short, late choice of shot and he fails to make contact

7.3

Agarkar to Tendulkar, SIX, Agarkar drops it on a good length and Tendulkar gives the charge and tonks him high over long-off, that's authority for you

7.4

Agarkar to Tendulkar, FOUR, shot! Agarkar drops it too full outside off and tendulkar gets on his knee and smashes it along the turf to deep extra cover, the sweeper had no chance

7.5

Agarkar to Tendulkar, 1 wide, the slow bouncer this time and he slides down the leg side

7.5

Agarkar to Tendulkar, OUT, Tendulkar perishes to a low full toss! The ball swings away from him and he reaches out and punches it off the toe of the bat and McCullum falls forward at short cover and takes the catch

SR Tendulkar c McCullum b Agarkar 34 (30b 3x4 2x6) SR: 113.33

Here's JP Duminy

7.6

Agarkar to Duminy, no run, lands outside off and he lets it go

Very timely breakthrough for Kolkata. Tendulkar was looking dangerous

End of over 8 (12 runs) Mumbai Indians 54/3 (RR: 6.75)

    • JP Duminy 0 (1b)
    • AM Nayar 1 (2b)
    • AB Agarkar 1-0-12-1
    • LR Shukla 2-0-9-0
8.1

Gayle to Nayar, no run, taps it in front of cover, sets off but heads back

8.2

Gayle to Nayar, no run, slow through the air and it induces a leading edge to point

8.3

Gayle to Nayar, no run, punched hard to short cover and Mccullum effects an athletic save to his right

8.4

Gayle to Nayar, 1 run, goes back and punches it to the off side

8.5

Gayle to Duminy, no run, skids through and the ball rolls off the bottom edge to short third man

8.6

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, slow through the air and he hits if against the turn to square leg

Elsewhere in the cricketing world, Andy Zaltzman has uncovered the letters of communication between Geoff Miller (England selector) and Ian Bell (discarded batsman). Have a read.

End of over 9 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 56/3 (RR: 6.22)

    • JP Duminy 1 (3b)
    • AM Nayar 2 (6b)
    • CH Gayle 1-0-2-0
    • AB Agarkar 1-0-12-1
9.1

Hodge to Duminy, no run, close shout for lbw! He gets forward and the ball hits the bottom the pad and maybe in line with the stumps, Erasmus shakes his head, replays suggested that it may have clipped legstump

9.2

Hodge to Duminy, 1 run, tucked to short midwicket

9.3

Hodge to Nayar, 1 run, swept to deep midwicket

9.4

Hodge to Duminy, 1 run, gets well forward and drives to long-off

9.5

Hodge to Nayar, 1 run, punches him down to long-off again

9.6

Hodge to Duminy, 1 run, rocks back and punches and sweeper cover intercepts it with his palm, they steal a single

That's the time out. I must say Duminy is fairly lucky to be there.

Arshad: "Don't understand why Napier is not in the middle? He is a brilliant hitter and carrying a world record for most sixes."

End of over 10 (5 runs) Mumbai Indians 61/3 (RR: 6.10)

    • JP Duminy 4 (7b)
    • AM Nayar 4 (8b)
    • BJ Hodge 1-0-5-0
    • CH Gayle 1-0-2-0
10.1

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, turns the face of the bat and clips it softly to short midwicket and sets off

10.2

Gayle to Nayar, 1 run, chips down the track and biffs a full toss to long-off

10.3

Gayle to Duminy, no run, tries to work it across the line but the ball clips his pads and rolls away

10.4

Gayle to Duminy, no run, makes room and cuts straight to point

10.5

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, this one comes back in and skids through, he makes room and slices it wide of point

10.6

Gayle to Nayar, 1 leg bye, angles it on the pads and he clips it off his pads

End of over 11 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 65/3 (RR: 5.90)

    • AM Nayar 5 (10b)
    • JP Duminy 6 (11b)
    • CH Gayle 2-0-5-0
    • BJ Hodge 1-0-5-0
11.1

Hodge to Nayar, FOUR, comes down the track and whams it in the air past the bowler and nearly cleans up the umpire, heads up everyone

11.2

Hodge to Nayar, 1 run, works it forcefully to long-on and Duminy slips as he turns around for the second run

11.3

Hodge to Duminy, 1 run, glances it down to fine leg

11.4

Hodge to Nayar, OUT, Nayar gives him the charge again trying to clear the on side but he gets a thick under edge off a low full toss and loses his leg stump

AM Nayar b Hodge 10 (13b 1x4 0x6) SR: 76.92

11.5

Hodge to Napier, 1 run, juicy half volley first up and he works it to sweeper cover

11.6

Hodge to Duminy, 1 run, straighter one and he works it to midwicket

End of over 12 (8 runs) Mumbai Indians 73/4 (RR: 6.08)

    • JP Duminy 8 (13b)
    • GR Napier 1 (1b)
    • BJ Hodge 2-0-13-1
    • CH Gayle 2-0-5-0
12.1

Kartik to Duminy, 1 run, shuffles and clips it to the on side

12.2

Kartik to Napier, no run, clips it back to the bowler

12.3

Kartik to Napier, 2 runs, drops it short and he rocks back and slams it down to sweeper cover

12.4

Kartik to Napier, no run, quicker through the air and he forces it down the pitch

12.5

Kartik to Napier, no run, skids off the pitch and he fails to make contact as he tries to cut

12.6

Kartik to Napier, no run, slower through the air and he tries to whip it away to the on side but plays too early

End of over 13 (3 runs) Mumbai Indians 76/4 (RR: 5.84)

    • GR Napier 3 (6b)
    • JP Duminy 9 (14b)
    • M Kartik 2-0-12-1
    • BJ Hodge 2-0-13-1
13.1

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, works it to deep square-leg for a single

13.2

Gayle to Napier, 1 run, rocks back and punches him down to long-off

Rijwan: "7 bowlers bowled 10 overs...strange team selection by KKR."

13.3

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, low full toss and he pushes it hard down to long-off

13.4

Gayle to Napier, 2 runs, tosses it on the pads and he works it wide of deep midwicket

13.5

Gayle to Napier, no run, McCullum drops a sitter! Napier clubs a friendly full toss to midwicket and McCullum fluffs it

13.6

Gayle to Napier, 2 runs, full outside off and he drives to deep extra cover

End of over 14 (7 runs) Mumbai Indians 83/4 (RR: 5.92)

    • GR Napier 8 (10b)
    • JP Duminy 11 (16b)
    • CH Gayle 3-0-12-0
    • M Kartik 2-0-12-1
14.1

Sharma to Duminy, no run, appeal for an lbw! Duminy gets a thick inside edge onto his pads

14.2

Sharma to Duminy, 1 run, keeps it full on the offstump and he pushes it down to long-on

14.3

Sharma to Napier, 1 run, waits for it, opens the face of the bat and glides it down to third man

14.4

Sharma to Duminy, 1 run, angles it from outside leg and he opens the face of the bat and steers him to third man

14.5

Sharma to Napier, 1 run, drops it on a good length and he punches it wide of mid-off

14.6

Sharma to Duminy, 1 run, angles it on the pads and he clips it down to deep square leg

5 overs left. Mumbai need to push on quickly. They haven;t scored a boundary in 23 balls

End of over 15 (5 runs) Mumbai Indians 88/4 (RR: 5.86)

    • JP Duminy 14 (20b)
    • GR Napier 10 (12b)
    • I Sharma 3-0-15-0
    • CH Gayle 3-0-12-0
15.1

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, kneels down early and slogs him down to long-on

15.2

Gayle to Napier, no run, Gayle pushes Duminy away as he fields off his own bowling, no wrong intentions

15.3

Gayle to Napier, 1 run, driven with the spin to long-on

15.4

Gayle to Duminy, 2 wides, strays down the leg side and the keeper fails to get around and cut it off

15.4

Gayle to Napier, FOUR, he fires it full on the stumps and he whips it across the line and bisects the gap at deep square leg, the fielder dives and parries it away to the boundary

15.5

Gayle to Napier, OUT, Gayle varies his pace and dishes out the quicker one, he drops it short and Napier's eyes light up as he tries to whack it but he gets a tame top edge to mid-on

GR Napier c McCullum b Gayle 15 (16b 1x4 0x6) SR: 93.75

15.6

Gayle to Duminy, 1 run, makes room and cuts wide of point

End of over 16 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 97/5 (RR: 6.06)

    • JP Duminy 16 (22b)
    • AM Rahane 0 (0b)
    • CH Gayle 4-0-21-1
    • I Sharma 3-0-15-0

saif: "Dear Rijwan, why do you take the pain to be amazed!! Don't you know KKR believes in multiple theory."

16.1

Kartik to Duminy, 1 run, goes on the backfoot and pushes it to deep square leg

16.2

Kartik to Rahane, 1 run, chips down the track and pushes him down to wide long-off

16.3

Kartik to Duminy, FOUR, chips down the track and Duminy takes the aerial route and places it just wide of McCullum at midwicket and the ball beats long-on as well, talk about placement!

16.4

Kartik to Duminy, 1 leg bye, walks down and steers it off his pads to the off side

16.5

Kartik to Rahane, 1 run, turns it to short midwicket and sets off

16.6

Kartik to Duminy, 1 run, he experiments with a reverse sweep and finds short third man

End of over 17 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 106/5 (RR: 6.23)

    • JP Duminy 22 (26b 1x4)
    • AM Rahane 2 (2b)
    • M Kartik 3-0-20-1
    • CH Gayle 4-0-21-1
17.1

Shukla to Duminy, SIX, Shukla drops it short and the bounce sits up nicely for Duminy as he swivels and blasts it down to the grass embankment at deep square leg, wake up call for the fans there

17.2

Shukla to Duminy, 1 run, he clips a low full toss to deep midwicket

17.3

Shukla to Rahane, 1 run, drops it full on the stumps and he makes room and swings it to midwicket

17.4

Shukla to Duminy, SIX, JP's slamming them! Shukla drops it short again and Duminy makes a wee bit of room and whacks it over deep midwicket this time, people there better take cover

17.5

Shukla to Duminy, 1 run, full on the offstump and he squeezes it to cover

17.6

Shukla to Rahane, 1 run, nice inswinging yorker and Rahane gets a thick inside edge onto his pads and the ball rolls past the stumps, they steal a single

End of over 18 (16 runs) Mumbai Indians 122/5 (RR: 6.77)

    • AM Rahane 4 (4b)
    • JP Duminy 36 (30b 1x4 2x6)
    • LR Shukla 3-0-25-0
    • M Kartik 3-0-20-1
18.1

Sharma to Rahane, FOUR, he steps down the pitch and adjusts his stroke on seeing a slow full toss and instead steers it wide of point, the timing was so good that the sweeper had no chance

18.2

Sharma to Rahane, (no ball) 1 run, he's caught off a waist high no-ball and Ishant is ticked! Rahane scoops it towards short mid-off, Ishant takes it and hears the dreaded call from the umpire and flings the ball on the turf in frustration

18.2

Sharma to Duminy, 1 bye, makes room, swings and misses and they collect a bye as the keeper fumbles

18.3

Sharma to Rahane, 1 run, pushes a low full toss down the track and Ishant gets a finger to it and deflects it off

Mumbai have crossed on psychological barrier by crossing 130

18.4

Sharma to Duminy, 1 run, backs away and he fires it on the pads and he swings to the on side

18.5

Sharma to Rahane, OUT, Rahane gets too cheeky and pays the price, he goes a log way across his stumps to paddle it over short fine leg but the big man Gayle's there to lap it up

AM Rahane c Gayle b Sharma 10 (8b 1x4 0x6) SR: 125.00

Zaheer walks in

18.6

Sharma to Duminy, 1 run, fires a quick yorker outside off and Duminy digs it out and gets an inside edge wide of the stumps

End of over 19 (10 runs) Mumbai Indians 132/6 (RR: 6.94)

    • JP Duminy 38 (33b 1x4 2x6)
    • Z Khan 0 (0b)
    • I Sharma 4-0-24-1
    • LR Shukla 3-0-25-0

Six balls remaining, Kolkata have done well to keep them down to 132. Here's Dinda

19.1

Dinda to Duminy, 1 run, swipes a low full toss to square leg, Dinda does well to keep it full

19.2

Dinda to Khan, 1 run, he makes room and crashes a low full toss to mid-off and the fielder does well to slide and intercept it

19.3

Dinda to Duminy, SIX, fetch that! It was almost on a yorker length and Duminy gets under neath the bounce and carts him several rows over wide long-on

19.4

Dinda to Duminy, 1 run, makes room and crashes him through the off side and McCullum sets a shining example to slide and cut it off

19.5

Dinda to Khan, 1 run, shuffles and inside edges to square leg

19.6

Dinda to Duminy, SIX, Duminy take a bow! Dinda fires it full on the off side and Duminy reaches out and places it straight over the bowler's head, all brute force, what's more, it's his fifty as well!

Given the situation at the end of 15 overs, Mumbai will settle for this score. Kolkata had them on a leash for most part but the last couple of overs ruined it for them. Kolkata should back themselves to chase this but it won't be easy if Malinga and Zaheer get some swing. Join us shortly.

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End of over 20 (16 runs) Mumbai Indians 148/6

    • JP Duminy 52 (37b 1x4 4x6)
    • Z Khan 2 (2b)
    • AB Dinda 3-0-27-1
    • I Sharma 4-0-24-1
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