Kolkata which had not had a good start losing two wickets early in the game had a magnificent comeback when Kallis took charge and partnered with Bisla to chase the decent total of 149 scored by Punjab.Eoin Morgan continued the impetus after Kallis' dismissal 'riding' the team to victory. Punjab's team effort in batting was not just sufficient for Kolkata who are on a roll now.
Kolkata vs Punjab, 35th Match, Kolkata
Kolkata: 150/4 (18.2 Ovs)
Punjab: 149/6 (20.0 Ovs)
Kolkata won by 6 wkts
Darren Sammy, the WI captain sure knows how to deal with difficulties on the greens. Despite failing teammates he has stood strong on the ground pushing the score ahead to decent total of . The team lost several wickets early on in the game and it was not until Sammy and Amit paired up did the team have a stable game. After Amit departed the team fell into the same trend of losing wickets. With great efforts the team has eked out a runrate over 7 at the end of the game.
Rajasthan vs Hyderabad, Match 36, Jaipur
Hyderabad: 144/9 (20. Ovs)
Rajasthan: yet to bat
Mumbai will lock horns with Bangalore today at 8pm. At the top of the table with an impressive runrate with the highest T20 total ever the confidence factor still resides with Bangalore. The Gayle Storm has not settled yet and fans regardless of the teams are supporting the explosive monster for fireworks in the game. Can Mumbai win turn the tables of favor with home supporters?
Mumbai vs Bangalore, Match 37, Mumbai
8pm on Set Max, YouTube Live streaming