Saturday, March 15, 2014

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Major Changes took Place in 2014 Twenty20 World Cup

  • Saturday, March 15, 2014
  • The 2014 Twenty20 World Cup schedule has been announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the match is going to be taken place in Mirpur in Bangladesh on 16th of March. 2014 T20 World Cup tournament includes 16 teams and they are going to play about 51 matches which include 16 warm up matches, 32 group matches, 2 semis and a finals match.

    In 2007 the Twenty20 World Cup was launched and in that edition India won the match under the captain ship of MS Dhoni. In the previous T20 matches there are three teams in each of the four groups and from the four groups two teams where progressed to super eight and then four teams progressed to semi finals and followed by finals.

    According to the 2014 edition major changes have been taken place in the tournament which includes three rounds like the Group Stage, Super 10 and Knockouts. In the Group Stage the eight teams of the two groups play the match and the two spots available in the Super 10. The eight teams are divided into two groups where Group A: Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Hong Kong and Group B: Zimbabwe, Ireland, UAE, Netherlands. Each team will be playing with other three teams in the group and they earn two points for each win and they share point in case of Tie. The two teams who score high points in the group table will progress to Super 10.

    In Super 10 already eight teams have been slotted and they have been divided into two groups Group A: Sri Lanka, England, South Africa, New Zealand, Qualifier B1 and Group B: West Indies, India, Pakistan, Australia, Qualifier A1. From the Group stage the two teams with highest points in the group table will be progressed to super 10 and they will be playing in the super 10. The point system in the super 10 is as similar as in the group stage and the two teams from each group with highpoint of score will play the Knockout match.

    Knockouts is nothing but the semi final matches of the tournament and the topping team from the Group A will be playing the match with Group B best team and similarly the Group B winner team will be playing with the Group A best team. The two team winners will be facing the final battle of the tournament of T20 World Cup.

    2014 Asia Cup has been hosted in Bangladesh and now it's another big occasion where they are hosting the 2014 ICC T20 world Cup.


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    Saturday, February 15, 2014

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    Delhi Daredevils - IPL 7 Auction 2014 List

  • Saturday, February 15, 2014
  • Delhi Daredevils


    IPL 7
    Price (Rs)
    IPL 6 Team
    Murali Vijay
    5 crore
    Chennai Super Kings
    Kevin Pietersen
    9 crore
    RTM used by Delhi
    Dinesh Karthik
    12.5 crore
    Mumbai Indians
    JP Duminy
    2.2 crore
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Manoj Tiwary
    2.8 crore
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Quinton de Kock
    3.5 crore
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Mohammad Shami
    4.25 crore
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Rahul Sharma
    1.9 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    Saurabh Tiwary
    70 lakh
    RCB
    Laxmi Ratan Shukla
    1.5 crore
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Nathan Coulter-Nile
    4.25 crore
    Mumbai Indians
    Jaydev Unadkat
    2.80 crore
    RCB
    James Neesham
    1 crore
    Kedar Jadhav
    2 crore
    RTM used by Delhi
    Mayank Agarwal
    1.6 crore
    RCB
    Rahul Shukla
    40 lakh
    Rajasthan Royals
    Siddharth Kaul
    45 lakh
    Delhi Daredevils
    Shahbaz Nadeem
    85 lakh
    RTM used by Delhi
    Ross Taylor
    2 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    Milind Kumar
    10 lakh
    Wayne Parnell
    1 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    HS Sharath
    10 lakh
    Jayant Yadav
    10 lakh

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    Sunrisers Hyderabad - IPL 7 Auction 2014 List

  • Sunrisers Hyderabad


    IPL 7
    Price (Rs)
    IPL 6 Team
    Shikhar Dhawan
    12.5 crore
    Retained
    Dale Steyn
    9.5 crore
    Retained
    David Warner
    5.5 crore
    Delhi Daredevils
    Darren Sammy
    3.5 crore
    RTM used by Sunrisers
    Amit Mishra
    4.75 crore
    RTM used by Sunrisers
    Aaron Finch
    4 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    Irfan Pathan
    2.4 crore
    Delhi Daredevils
    Ishant Sharma
    2.6 crore
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Bhuvneshwar Kumar
    4.25 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    Brendan Taylor
    30 lakh
    Moises Henriques
    1 crore
    RCB
    Venugopal Rao
    55 lakh
    Delhi Daredevils
    Jason Holder
    75 lakh
    Chennai Super Kings
    Anirudha Srikkanth
    20 lakh
    Chennai Super Kings
    Manpreet Juneja
    10 lakh
    Delhi Daredevils
    KL Rahul
    1 crore
    RCB
    Parvez Rasool
    95 lakh
    Pune Warriors India
    P Parameswaran
    30 lakh
    RCB
    Karan Sharma
    3.75 crore
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Amit Paunikar
    20 lakh
    Naman Ojha
    50 lakh
    Delhi Daredevils
    Ricky Bhui
    10 lakh
    Ashish Reddy
    20 lakh
    Chama Milind
    10 lakh

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    Royal Challengers Bangalore - IPL 7 Auction 2014 List

  • Royal Challengers Bangalore


    IPL 7
    Price (Rs)
    IPL 6 Team
    Virat Kohli
    12.5 crore
    Retained
    Chris Gayle
    9.5 crore
    Retained
    AB de Villiers
    7.5 crore
    Retained
    Yuvraj Singh
    14 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    Parthiv Patel
    1.4 crore
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Albie Morkel
    2.4 crore
    Chennai Super Kings
    Mitchell Starc
    5 crore
    Ashok Dinda
    1.5 crore
    Pune Warriors India
    Ravi Rampaul
    90 lakh
    RCB
    Muttiah Muralitharan
    1 crore
    RCB
    Nic Maddinson
    50 lakh
    Varun Aaron
    2 crore
    Delhi Daredevils
    Vijay Zol
    30 lakh
    RCB
    Abu Nechim
    30 lakh
    Mumbai Indians
    Y Chahal
    10 lakh
    Mumbai Indians
    Shadab Jakati
    20 lakh
    Chennai Super Kings
    Sandeep Warrier
    10 lakh
    Harshal Patel
    40 lakh
    RTM used by RCB
    Tanmay Mishra
    10 lakh
    Sachin Rana
    20 lakh
    Yogesh Takawale
    10 lakh

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