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Royals start defence against the Daredevils
The DLF Indian Premier League today announced the match schedule for Season II of the DLF Indian Premier League, which is due to commence on April 10th 2009 more

IPL season 2 to open in Jaipur
The second season of the Indian Premier League will kick off in Jaipur with a gala opening ceremony, IPL chairman Lalit Modi disclosed on Monday more

Boycott urges Flintoff to play IPL
Contrary to suggestions that Andrew Flintoff should skip Indian Premier League to save his energy for the Ashes series, former England bastman Geoffrey Boycott says the lucrative Twenty20 event will prepare the all-rounder better more

Andrew Flintoff a major doubt for IPL
He ended up as IPL's costliest contracted player but Andrew Flintoff may have to wait for his debut in the cash-rich T20 league as the England Cricket Board has hinted that he can be stopped from playing there on fitness grounds more

More Aussies may follow Pontings lead
After Ricky Ponting decided to give the second edition of the Indian Premier League a miss, speculation is rife that many of the Aussie players may follow his lead more

Eden Gardens to host seven IPL matches
Putting all speculation at rest, Cricket Association of Bengal president Jagmohan Dalmiya said Eden Gardens will host all seven home matches of Kolkata Knight Riders in Indian Premier League this season more

Ponting pulls out of the IPL
Australian captain Ricky Ponting has pulled out of a lucrative two-week stint in the Indian Premier League in May, preferring to stay fresh for the Ashes and the ICC World Twenty20 tournament more

Modi threatens to shift IPL matches
IPL boss Lalit Modi is not the one to back away from a confrontation. Accused of cheating and forgery by his opponents, Modi has now threatened to pull out IPL matches from Jaipur if what he calls a "political witch-hunt" goes on more

IPL rejects PCB request over Asif ban
The Indian Premier League (IPL) today rejected the request of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to advance the date of commencement of the one-year ban imposed on pacer Mohammad Asif for returning a positive dope test from September 23 to July 15, 2008 more

Injured Lee may miss major part of IPL
Recuperating from an ankle surgery, Australian pacer Brett Lee may have to sit out of the upcoming one-day series against Pakistan in UAE and miss a major part of the Indian Premier League as well more

IPL loses sponsor as Big TV pulls out
In a move that might have bigger repercussions, Reliance Communications' DTH company Big TV has decided not to partner with the Indian Premier League more

Bailey ready for IPL chance
Tasmanian George Bailey is fully aware of the opportunities available in the lucrative Indian Premier League more

IPL Drug Tribunal imposes penalty on Asif
The IPL Drug Tribunal on Wednesday announced its verdict - finding Mohammad Asif guilty of violating the Anti-Doping code more

Royal Challengers coach wants KP to lead
Former England skipper Kevin Pietersen could lead the Bangalore Royal Challengers in the second edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) after he was sounded out by the team's coach Ray Jennings more

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