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Delhi Capitals vs Gujarat Titans Game 40 April 24 Match Report

Delhi Capitals skipper Rishabh Pant led from the front by scoring a breezy unbeaten 88 as Delhi Capitals defeated Gujarat Titans by 4 runs in a thriller at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Wednesday.

After being asked to bat first, openers Prithvi Shaw and Jake Fraser-McGurk got Delhi off to a steady start. The pair added 35 runs for the opening wicket before the latter was caught at deep backward square leg by Noor Ahmad off Sandeep Warrier for 23.

Shaw then fell to a magnificent catch by Ahmad for 11. Warrier claimed his third wicket of his innings by claiming Shai Hope caught at third man by Rashid Khan for 5.

Axar Patel who was promoted at No 3, featured in a 113 run stand for the fourth wicket alongside Pant before the former was caught at long on by Sai Kishore off Ahmad for a well made 66. His knock came off 43 balls with 5 fours and 4 sixes.

Tristan Stubbs along with skipper Pant provided a late flourish towards the end to take Delhi to a mammoth score of 224/4 in their 20 overs.

Chasing 225, Titans lost Shubman Gill (6) as he sliced at a delivery from Anrich Nortje to Axar Patel at mid off. Wriddhiman Saha along with Sai Sudarshan featured in a 82 run stand for the second wicket before Kuldeep Yadav broke the partnership by dismissing the former to a fine catch at Axar for 39.

Azmatullah Omarzai then fell to a fine catch by Fraser-McGurk at deep midwicket off Axar for 1. Rasikh Salam then struck a body blow by dismissing the well set Sai Sudharsan (65), caught at long off by Axar. His knock came off 39 balls with 7 fours an 2 sixes.

David Miller kept Gujarat in the hunt by scoring a quickfire 23 ball- 55, before being caught at deep backward square leg by Rasikh off Mukesh Kumar.

With 19 needed off the final over, Rashid Khan took on Mukesh for 14 runs, by smashing two fours and a six but failed to connect off the final delivery, as the Titans finished at 220/8, thereby falling 4 run short of the target.

Delhi Capitals 224/ 4 (Pant 88*, Axar 66, Warrier 3-15) beat Gujarat Titans 220/ 8 (Sai Sudharsan 65, Miller 55, Saha 39, Salam 3-44, Kuldeep 2-29) by 4 runs

Chennai Super Kings vs Lucknow Super Giants Chennai Game 39 April 23 Match Report

Chennai Super Kings skipper Ruturaj Gaikwad‘s valiant unbeaten knock of 108 went in vain as Lucknow Super Giants defeated Chennai Super Kings by 6 wickets at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Tuesday.

After being asked to bat first, Matt Henry drew first blood by dismissing Ajinkya Rahane to a brilliant one handed catch by KL Rahul behind the stumps for 1.

Gaikwad along with Daryl Mitchell added 45 runs for the second wicket stand before the latter (11) pulled a short delivery from Yash Thakur to Deepak Hooda at midwicket.

In the other end CSK Skipper Gaikwad reached his half century in just 28 balls. Left hander Ravi Jadeja departed cheaply as he gloved a slower bouncer from Mohsin Khan to wicket keeper Rahul for 16.

Shivam Dube‘s explosive 27 ball- 66 powered CSK to a fantastic score of 210/4 in their 20 overs. Ruturaj was unbeaten at the other end on 108.

Chasing 211, Lucknow got off to a poor start as Quinton De Dock dragged a delivery from Deepak Chahar on to his stumps. KL Rahul then perished to a length delivery from Mustafizur to Gaikwad at extra cover.

Marcus Stoinis along with Devdutt Padikkal added 55 for the third wicket stand before the latter was knocked over by Matheesha Pathirana for 13. Stoinis featured in yet another crucial 70 run stand for the fourth wicket alongside Nicholas Pooran . The partnership was broken when Pooran miscued a big hit off Pathirana for a 15 ball-34.

The Australian all rounder scored a scintillating unbeaten 63 ball-124 to power LSG to a sixth wicket win.

Lucknow Super Giants 213 for 4 (Stoinis 124*) beat Chennai Super Kings 210 for 4 (Gaikwad 108*, Dube 66) by six wickets

Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals Jaipur Game 38 April 22 Match Report

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a magnificent century, as Rajasthan Royals thumped Mumbai Indians by 9 wickets at the iconic Sawai Mansingh Stadium on Monday.

After winning the toss and electing to bat first, Mumbai Indians got off to a poor start as Rohit Sharma miscued a big hit from Trent Boult in the very first over.

Sandeep Sharma then pegged MI back even further by dismissing Ishan Kishan caught behind the stumps for a duck, and then claiming Suryakumar Yadav (10) caught at mid on by Powell while trying to whip a length ball.

Mohammed Nabi looked good in his innings of 23, before chipping a return catch to Yuzvendra Chahal. In the process the leg spinner claimed his 200th IPL wicket.

The pair of Tilak Varma and Nehal Wadhera bailed Mumbai out of trouble with a valuable 99 run stand for the fifth wicket before Boult broke the stand by dismissing the latter caught at short third man by Sandeep while attempting a upper cut.

Skipper Hardik Pandya (10) was trapped leg before wicket by Avesh. Sandeep Sharma claimed wickets of Tilak Varma (65), Gerald Coetzee (0) and Tim David in the final over to register a well deserved five-fer.

In the end Mumbai ended up with 179/9 in their 20 overs.

In response, Jaiswal and Jos Buttler got Rajasthan off to a fantastic start. The pair added 74 runs for the opening stand before rain interrupted play for a brief while.

After the resumption, Buttler was cleaned up by wrong’un from Piyush Chawla for 35. Left hander Jaiswal (104)* and Sanju Samson (38)* added an unbeaten 109 runs for the second wicket to take Royals to a 9 wicket win.

List of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier Fixtures 2024

Here are the fixtures of the Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2024 scheduled to be held in Abu Dhabi.

The opening match will be played between Sri Lanka and Thailand on April 25.

T20 World Cup fixtures 2024

Thursday, 25 April

Sri Lanka vs Thailand at Tolerance Oval, Sri Lanka beat Thailand by 67 runs

Scotland vs Uganda at Tolerance Oval, Scot Women won by 109 runs

Ireland vs UAE at Zayed Cricket Stadium, IRE WMN won by 6 wickets

Zimbabwe vs Vanuatu at Zayed Cricket Stadium, Vanuatu (W) won by 6 wickets

Saturday, 27 April

Vanuatu vs Netherlands at Tolerance Oval, Neth Women won by 100 runs

UAE vs Zimbabwe at Tolerance Oval, ZIM Women won by 8 wickets

Uganda vs USA at Zayed Cricket Stadium, Uganda Women won by 8 wickets

Scotland vs Sri Lanka at Zayed Cricket Stadium, SL Women won by 10 wickets

Monday, 29 April

USA vs Scotland at Tolerance Oval, Scot Women won by 44 runs

Uganda vs Thailand at Tolerance Oval, Thailand (W) won by 9 wickets

Ireland vs Zimbabwe at Zayed Cricket Stadium, IRE WMN won by 56 runs

Netherlands vs UAE at Zayed Cricket Stadium, UAE Women won by 10 wickets

Wednesday, 1 May

Zimbabwe vs Netherlands at Tolerance Oval, Neth Women won by 14 runs

Vanuatu vs Ireland at Zayed Cricket Stadium, IRE WMN won by 9 wickets

Sri Lanka vs Uganda at Zayed Cricket Stadium, SL Women won by 67 runs

Thailand vs USA at Zayed Cricket Stadium, Thailand (W) won by 9 wickets

Friday, 3 May

Thailand vs Scotland at Tolerance Oval, Scot Women won by 6 wickets

USA vs Sri Lanka at Zayed Cricket Stadium, SL Women won by 18 runs

UAE vs Vanuatu at Zayed Cricket Stadium, UAE Women won by 70 runs

Netherlands vs Ireland at Zayed Cricket Stadium, IRE WMN won by 54 runs

Semi-Finals (Sunday, 5 May)

Semi-Final 1,Ireland Women vs Scotland Women at Zayed Cricket Stadium, Scot Women won by 8 wickets

Semi-Final 2, UAE Women vs Sri Lanka Women at Zayed Cricket Stadium, SL Women won by 15 runs

Final, (Tuesday, 7 May)

Final, Scotland Women vs Sri Lanka Women at Zayed Cricket Stadium, SL Women won by 68 runs

List of ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier Squads 2024

Here are the list of players that will be featuring in the upcoming edition of the Women’s T20 World Cup 2024 Qualifier scheduled to be held in Abu Dhabi from 25 April 2024.

Total of 10 teams will be featuring in this competition.

The teams will be divided into 2 groups.

Group A features Sri Lanka, Thailand, Scotland, Uganda and USA while Ireland, Zimbabwe, Netherlands, UAE & Vanuatu are in Group B.

T20 World Cup Women’s Qualifier Squads 2024

UAE Women: Esha Oza (c), Samaira Dharnidharka, Kavisha Egodage, Siya Gokhale, Heena Hotchandhani, Al Maseera Jahangir, Lavanya Keny, Suraksha Kotte, Vaishnave Mahesh, Indhuja Nandakumar, Avanee Patil, Rinitha Rajith, Theertha Satish, Khushi Sharma & Mehak Thakur

Sri Lanka Women: Chamari Athapaththu (c), Vishmi Gunaratne, Nilakshi de Silva, Harshitha Samarawickrama, Kavisha Dilhari, Hasini Perera, Anushka Sanjeewani, Udeshika Prabodhani, Inoka Ranaweera, Achini Kulasuriya, Hansima Karunaratne, Kawya Kavindi, Inoshi Fernando, Sugandika Kumari, Sashini Gimhani

Scotland women: Kathryn Bryce (c), Chloe Abel, Sarah Bryce, Darcey Carter, Priyanaz Chatterji, Katherine Fraser, Saskia Horley, Lorna Jack, Ailsa Lister, Abtaha Maqsood, Megan McColl, Hannah Rainey, Nayma Sheikh, Rachel Slater & Ellen Watson

Netherlands Women: Heather Siegers (c), Babette de Leede, Carlijn van Koolwijk, Caroline de Lange, Eva Lynch, Frédérique Overdijk, Hannah Landheer, Iris Zwilling, Jolien van Vliet, Merel Dekeling, Phebe Molkenboer, Robine Rijke, Sanya Khurana, Silver Siegers, Sterre Kalis. Reserves: Myrthe van den Raad (travelling), Annemijn Thomson, Isabel van der Woning & Mikkie Zwilling

Vanuatu Women: Selina Solman (c), Rachel Andrew, Maiyllisse Carlot, Alvina Chilia, Gillian Chilia, Leimauri Chilia, Lissing Enock, Natalia Kakor, Valenta Langiatu, Vicky Mansale, Nasimana Navaika, Raylin Ova, Susan Stephen, Mahina Tarimiala & Vanessa Vira

Ireland Women: Laura Delany (c), Ava Canning, Alana Dalzell, Georgina Dempsey, Amy Hunter, Arlene Kelly, Gaby Lewis, Louise Little, Joanna Loughran, Jane Maguire, Cara Murray, Leah Paul, Orla Prendergast, Eimear Richardson & Rebecca Stokell

Uganda Women: Janet Mbabazi (c), Rita Musamali (vc), Consy Aweko, Evelyn Anyipo, Kevin Awino, Stephanie Nampiina, Immaculate Nakisuyi, Sarah Akiteng, Sarah Walaza, Phionah Khulume, Lorna Anyait, Malisa Ariokot, Proscovia Alako, Gloria Obukor & Esther Iloku

USA Women: Sindhu Sriharsha (c), Anika Kolan (vc), Aditiba Chudasama, Disha Dhingra, Gargi Bhogle, Geetika Kodali, Isani Vaghela, Jessica Willathgamuwa, Jivana Aras, Pooja Ganesh, Pooja Shah, Ritu Singh, Saanvi Immadi, Sai Tanmayi Eyyunni & Suhani Thadani Reserves: Maahi Madhavan (travelling), Chetna Reddy Pagydyala & Chetnaa Prasad

Thailand Women: Naruemol Chaiwai (c), Thipatcha Putthawong (vc), Nannapat Khoncharoenkai, Suwanan Khiaoto, Chanida Sutthiruang, Nattaya Boochatham, Natthakan Chantham, Rosenanee Kanoh, Onnicha Kamchomphu, Suleeporn Laomi, Phannita Maya, Sunida Chaturongrattana, Aphisara Suwanchonrathi, Nannaphat Chaihan & Chayanisa Phengpaen

Zimbabwe Women: Mary-Anne Musonda (captain), Josephine Nkomo, Kelis Ndhlovu, Sharne Mayers, Modester Mupachikwa, Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano, Chiyedza Dhururu, Loreen Tshuma, Audrey Mazvishaya, Nomvelo Sibanda, Precious Marange, Pellagia Mujaji, Lindokuhle Mabhera, Francisca Chipare & Ashley Ndiraya