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Sanju Samson smashed 52 but Rajasthan Royals failed to defend 191 against Kings XI Punjab
Sanju Samson smashed 52 but Rajasthan Royals failed to defend 191 against Kings XI Punjab © BCCI
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Blind cricket struggles for recognition in India

Despite recent successes, visually impaired players are not getting the backing that could turn them into professionals

    India: cricket's Brazil

Ed Smith: It's difficult to beat a huge talent base exposed to good facilities, and possessed of a long history of competing as a nation

    Where's the room for struggle?

Sidharth Monga: T20 is a cruel format that doesn't give too many players a shot at redemption. Here it's easy to identify a villain and bury him

    This time for Sri Lanka?

Ian Chappell: They have been the most consistent side in the five World T20s so far, but will they be able to overcome India's strong and versatile batting line-up?

    The hand of the leggie

Martin Crowe: Legspinners have blossomed in the World T20, which has otherwise been an odd, somewhat ugly affair

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Why Bangalore won't win the title

Because the cricketing gods won't let them. By Andrew Hughes

Why India are not cricket's Brazil yet

Samir Chopra: The numbers might be in their favour, but they can't boast sustained excellence or a distinctive playing style

A measure for batting and bowling effectiveness in T20

Kartikeya Date: Strike rates and economy rates do not quite tell the whole story. Here's a new standard

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David Miller and Cheteshwar Pujara celebrate Kings XI Punjab's high-scoring chase
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David Miller bashed six sixes in his unbeaten 51 off only 19 balls
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Cheteshwar Pujara drives down the ground
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Glenn Maxwell sends the ball into orbit
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Rajasthan Royals celebrate the early departure of Virender Sehwag
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Glenn Maxwell shapes to play the reverse sweep
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Jaipur v Mohali at Sharjah - Apr 20
Mohali won by 7 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
Chennai v Delhi at Abu Dhabi
Apr 21, 2014 (18:30 local | 14:30 GMT | 10:30 EDT | 09:30 CDT | 07:30 PDT)
Mohali v Hyderabad at Sharjah
Apr 22, 2014 (18:30 local | 14:30 GMT | 10:30 EDT | 09:30 CDT | 07:30 PDT)
Jaipur v Chennai at Dubai (DSC)
Apr 23, 2014 (18:30 local | 14:30 GMT | 10:30 EDT | 09:30 CDT | 07:30 PDT)
Bangalore v Kolkata at Sharjah
Apr 24, 2014 (18:30 local | 14:30 GMT | 10:30 EDT | 09:30 CDT | 07:30 PDT)
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