, play 02:31
Hogg: Hopefully Gayle can keep the form going for RCB

Aakash Chopra and Brad Hogg analyse Chris Gayle's six-filled knock of 77, which made him the first batsman to score 10,000 T20 runs

, play 04:16
Hogg: Would be very surprised if Lions or RCB make the top four

Aakash Chopra and Brad Hogg dissect Royal Challengers Bangalore's 21-run win, with Hogg believing both RCB and Lions have shortcomings that could hamper their playoff chances

, play 01:41
Gayle's 10,000-run landmark in T20s

Chris Gayle has a long list of T20 batting records to his name, and has added yet another, by becoming the first cricketer to score 10,000 T20 runs

, play 15:59
A battle to rise from the bottom of the league

Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg preview the clash between Gujarat Lions and Royal Challengers Bangalore

, play 03:33
Agarkar: Would pick Kulkarni over Praveen

Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg pick their starting elevens for Gujarat and Bangalore respectively

, play 03:39
Agarkar: Some of Raina's decisions have been baffling

Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg discuss Suresh Raina's captaincy ahead of Gujarat Lions' clash with Royal Challengers Bangalore

, play 02:49
Agarkar: RCB should pick Travis Head over Gayle

Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg talk about whether RCB should pick Chris Gayle or not for their game against Gujarat Lions in Rajkot

, play 03:05
Hogg: Smith should face most of Badree

Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg talk about Samuel Badree's recent performances and how the Gujarat Lions batsmen should tackle him

, play 03:46
Hogg: Karthik should be in India's T20 side

After a prolific domestic season, Dinesh Karthik has carried that form into the IPL and Brad Hogg, for one, thinks he should be back playing international cricket

G'day Baz

95.66

Brendon McCullum's average in IPL matches played on April 18 before today

Never has he ever

57

Runs conceded by Ravindra Jadeja, his most expensive spell in T20s

Mount 10,000

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Chris Gayle became the first batsman to score 10,000 runs in the T20 format during the course of his 38-ball 77