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Steyn’s stroke of luck spells victory for Chargers

Dale Steyn took three wickets for eight runs and led the Deccan Chargers to a nine-run victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL.

Bangalore coast to victory in IPL

Tillakaratne Dilshan and AB de Villiers put on an unbroken 122-run stand as Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.

Morkel dominates with IPL blitz

Albie Morkel plundered 28 in an over to help Chennai Super Kings pull off a stunning last-ball victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Chennai smash Bangalore to win IPL title

A clinical Chennai Super Kings had clinched their second Indian Premier League title in a row with a 58-run thrashing of Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Mumbai Indians thrill IPL fans with last-ball win

Ambati Rayudu had smashed a last-ball six as Mumbai Indians pulled off a thrilling victory over Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League.

Punjab win as Gilchrist, Marsh run riot

Adam Gilchrist smashed 106 runs and Shaun Marsh a 49-ball 79 not out to set up Kings XI Punjab's 111-run win on Tuesday.

Sohal, Sangakkara shape Deccan win

Little-known opener Sunny Sohal hit a half-century and Kumar Sangakkara made a solid 49 to set up Deccan Chargers' 16-run win over Delhi Daredevils.

No stopping IPL extravaganza

The Indian league starts its third season with a promise of even more gimmicks and excessive amounts of money, writes Firdose Moonda.

Big money moves at IPL auction

West Indies all-rounder Kieron Adrian Pollard became the most expensive purchase of the third Indian Premier League player auction on Tuesday.

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