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IPL 2022 Match 42 - Punjab Kings Vs Lucknow Super Giants

In the 42nd game of the IPL 2022, the impressive LSG take on Punjab Kings, with both teams battling it out in the middle of the league table.  Let’s preview this match from a betting perspective with odds provided by Betway.

IPL 2022 - Top Contenders For The Orange Cap

As the IPL 2022 reaches it’s midway point with 35 league games played, let’s take a look at some of the best batsmen in the league who are in the race for the Orange Cap, awarded to the highest run-scorer across the season. The usual suspects like Jos Buttler, Faf Du Plessis, David Warner, KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan are all in the mix again, also joined by new talents like Livingstone and Hetmyer. The Orange Cap race is always a spectacle to look out for every season. 

Top Overseas Players In The IPL 2022

There are several leagues throughout the world presently, but the success of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is unrivalled. The collaboration and support provided by international cricket boards and their players is one of the primary reasons for the IPL's success.

IPL BUZZ – 23rd March 2022

The IPL announced two new player replacements for assigned players that have pulled out of the 2022 season of the IPL due to injuries and other personal reasons.

Everything You Need To Know About The IPL Auction 2022

Every year, the IPL player auction is a highly anticipated occasion. It's a big draw for players and fans from all around the globe to watch which club acquires which players and for how much. Players who have registered their names for the auction wait with bated breath as clubs engage in bidding wars for their services. Many people learn they've been purchased at auction from their coworkers, acquaintances, and loved ones. Everyone else, save for a small group of players retained and six players signed by the two new clubs, Lucknow and Ahmedabad, will return to the auction pool in the next IPL player auction.

Top Players Who Can Attract Massive Bids At The 2022 IPL Auction

The 2022 IPL Auction promises to be the biggest ever auction ever held for any private sporting event in the world, with a major player reshuffle enforced. Many of the top players in the world were not retained by their clubs, and their names have been thrown into the auction pool, up for grabs.

IPL Buzz - KL Rahul Opens Up On His Reasons To Leave Punjab Kings

 Rahul agreed that leaving was a difficult choice, but he was curious about what more was in store for him. 

5 most important players for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2022

The Indian Premier League 2022 concluded this year's edition of the mega auction on February 13. A total of 204 players were sold in the two-day event, including 66 overseas players. The auction recorded a total of INR 551.7 crore spent or roughly INR 2.7 crores per player in addition to INR 324.2 crores being spent to retain 33 players.

Delhi Capitals new recruit Vicky Ostwal praises India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja

Delhi Capitals new recruit Vicky Ostwal praises India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja Former team India U19 captain Yash Dhull, who led the squad to the World Cup title recently, was acquired by the Delhi Capitals for Rs 50 lakh in the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 mega auction, along with teammate Vicky Ostwal, who was bought later at his base price of Rs 20 lakh. Ostwal finished his U19 career as India's most successful bowler with 12 wickets in six games. Competing in the IPL now, the left-arm spinner has said that India multitalented all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is his idol.

Delhi Capitals boss offers Amit Mishra position in team after player goes unsold in IPL 2022 mega auction

The Indian Premier League 2022 mega auction was concluded on Sunday. Many franchises made satisfying purchases, including the Delhi Capitals as claimed by coach Pravin Amre, who said that they "are quite pleased with our buys. We have a good bank of Indian fast bowlers," on Sunday. However, some players had to leave the auction venue disappointed. The most notable one is veteran spinner Amit Mishra, who went unsold in the two-day event.