Indian Premier League 2010 Fixtures

Day/Date Time Teams/Ground
Fri Mar 12 20:00 1st match – Deccan Chargers v Kolkata Knight Riders
Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai
Sat Mar 13 15:00 2nd match – Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Sat Mar 13 20:00 3rd match – Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Daredevils
PCA Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Sun Mar 14 16:00 4th match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Royal Challengers Bangalore
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Sun Mar 14 20:00 5th match – Chennai Super Kings v Deccan Chargers
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Mon Mar 15 20:00 6th match – Rajasthan Royals v Delhi Daredevils
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
Tue Mar 16 16:00 7th match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kings XI Punjab
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Tue Mar 16 20:00 8th match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Chennai Super Kings
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Wed Mar 17 20:00 9th match – Delhi Daredevils v Mumbai Indians
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Thu Mar 18 20:00 10th match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Fri Mar 19 16:00 11th match – Delhi Daredevils v Chennai Super Kings
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Fri Mar 19 20:00 12th match – Deccan Chargers v Kings XI Punjab
Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
Sat Mar 20 16:00 13th match – Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
Sat Mar 20 20:00 14th match – Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Sun Mar 21 16:00 15th match – Deccan Chargers v Delhi Daredevils
Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
Sun Mar 21 20:00 16th match – Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Mon Mar 22 20:00 17th match – Mumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight Riders
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Tue Mar 23 20:00 18th match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Chennai Super Kings
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Wed Mar 24 20:00 19th match – Kings XI Punjab v Rajasthan Royals
PCA Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Thu Mar 25 20:00 20th match – Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Thu Mar 25 20:00 21st match – Rajasthan Royals v Deccan Chargers
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
Sat Mar 27 16:00 22nd match – Kings XI Punjab v Kolkata Knight Riders
PCA Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Sat Mar 27 20:00 23rd match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi Daredevils
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Sun Mar 28 16:00 24th match – Rajasthan Royals v Chennai Super Kings
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
Sun Mar 28 20:00 25th match – Deccan Chargers v Mumbai Indians
Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai
Mon Mar 29 20:00 26th match – Delhi Daredevils v Kolkata Knight Riders
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Tue Mar 30 20:00 27th match – Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Wed Mar 31 16:00 28th match – Chennai Super Kings v Royal Challengers Bangalore
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Wed Mar 31 20:00 29th match – Delhi Daredevils v Rajasthan Royals
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Thu Apr 1 20:00 30th match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Deccan Chargers
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Fri Apr 2 20:00 31st match – Kings XI Punjab v Royal Challengers Bangalore
PCA Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Sat Apr 3 16:00 32nd match – Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan Royals
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Sat Apr 3 20:00 33rd match – Mumbai Indians v Deccan Chargers
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Sun Apr 4 16:00 34th match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Sun Apr 4 20:00 35th match – Delhi Daredevils v Royal Challengers Bangalore
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Mon Apr 5 20:00 36th match – Deccan Chargers v Rajasthan Royals
VCA Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur
Tue Apr 6 20:00 37th match – Chennai Super Kings v Mumbai Indians
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Wed Apr 7 16:00 38th match – Rajasthan Royals v Kings XI Punjab
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
Wed Apr 7 20:00 39th match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Delhi Daredevils
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Thu Apr 8 20:00 40th match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Deccan Chargers
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Fri Apr 9 20:00 41st match – Kings XI Punjab v Mumbai Indians
PCA Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh
Sat Apr 10 16:00 42nd match – Deccan Chargers v Chennai Super Kings
VCA Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur
Sat Apr 10 20:00 43rd match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kolkata Knight Riders
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Sun Apr 11 16:00 44th match – Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Sun Apr 11 20:00 45th match – Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
Mon Apr 12 20:00 46th match – Deccan Chargers v Royal Challengers Bangalore
VCA Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur
Tue Apr 13 16:00 47th match – Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Tue Apr 13 20:00 48th match – Chennai Super Kings v Kolkata Knight Riders
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Wed Apr 14 20:00 49th match – Rajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers Bangalore
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
Thu Apr 15 20:00 50th match – Chennai Super Kings v Delhi Daredevils
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai
Fri Apr 16 20:00 51st match – Kings XI Punjab v Deccan Chargers
HPCA Stadium, Dharmasala
Sat Apr 17 16:00 52nd match – Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Sat Apr 17 20:00 53rd match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Rajasthan Royals
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Sun Apr 18 16:00 54th match – Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings
HPCA Stadium, Dharmasala
Sun Apr 18 20:00 55th match – Delhi Daredevils v Deccan Chargers
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
Mon Apr 19 20:00 56th match – Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Wed Apr 21 20:00 Semi-Final – TBC v TBC
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Thu Apr 22 20:00 Semi-Final – TBC v TBC
M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
Sat Apr 24 20:00 3rd Place Play-off – TBC v TBC
Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai
Sun Apr 25 20:00 Final – TBC v TBC
Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai

Some interesting statistics on T20 Internationals

The T20 International between West Indies and Zimbabwe held at Trinidad on 28.02.10 threw some interesting stats which are chronicled below

This game represented the 150th T20 International game.

V Sibanda was dismissed by the first ball of the match in this game. He was bowled by SJ Benn for zero. He became the fourth batsman in the history of T20I games to be dismissed by the first ball of a match. The other three are – AA Mulla of Canada vs Zimbabwe at King City on 11.08.09, Kamran Akmal of Pakistan vs Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 12.08.09 and JL Denly of England vs South Africa at Jo’burg on 13.11.09

V Sibanda collected his first ball duck in this game to provide the 19th occasion of an opening batsman doing so in the history of one day internationals.

V Sibanda of Zimbabwe, P Utseya of Zimbabwe and DM Bravo of West Indies collected their first ball ducks in this game. At the end of this game number of occasions of a batsman collecting first ball ducks in a T20I game stood at 99.

DM Bravo collected his first ball duck on his T20I debut to provide the 18th occasion of a batsman collecting the first ball duck on T20I debut. He is the third West Indian batsman to suffer such an ignominy. The other two are – DM Richards vs Bangladesh at Basseterre on 02.08.09 and N Deonarine vs Australia at Hobart on 21.02.10

ADS Fletcher of West Indies score zero in this game which was his fourth duck in T20I games. He is on par with HH Gibbs of South Africa who has also scored four zeroes. These two batsmen now share the record for most zeroes in T20I games.

Six batsmen of Zimbabwe scored zeroes in this game – V Sibanda, T Taibu, S Matsikenyeri, BRM Taylor, SW Masakadza and P Utseya – providing the second occasion of most zeroes in a T20I innings. The first such occasion was witnessed when six Kenyan batsmen failed to open their accounts against New Zealand at Durban on 12.09.07. These are the only two occasion in T20I games when six batsmen scored zeroes in an innings.

SW Masakadza of Zimbabwe and DM Bravo of West Indies scored zeroes in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a batsman scoring zero on debut in a T20I game.

SJ Benn {4 for 06} and DJ Sammy {5 for 26} captured four or more wickets in this game providing the third occasion of two bowlers capturing four or more wickets in an innings. The other two occasions are witnessed in the match between Pakistan and Scotland at Durban on 12.09.07 {Pak bowlers – Umar Gul – 4 for 25 and Shahid Afridi – 4 for 19} and in the match between Netherlands and Kenya at Abu Dhabi on 11.02.10 {Netherland bowlers – Mudassar Bukhari – 4 for 33 and PM Seelar – 4 for 19}.

SJ Benn {4 for 06} and DJ Sammy {5 for 26} captured four and five wickets respectively in this game providing the first occasion of two bowlers capturing four and five wickets in an innings in the history of T20I games

SJ Benn returned with figures of 4 for 06 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets conceding single digit runs in a T20I games. The other four are – MR Gillespie of New Zealand {4 for 07 vs Kenya at Durban on 12.09.07}, DW Steyn of South Africa {4 for 09 vs West Indies at P Elizabeth on 16.12.07}, Umar Gul of Pakistan {4 for 08 vs Australia at Dubai on 07.05.09} and Umar Gul of Pakistan {5 for 6 vs New Zealand at The Oval on 13.06.09}

SJ Benn {4 for 06} and DJ Sammy {5 for 26} captured four and five wickets respectively in this game providing the 37th and 38th occasion of bowler capturing four or more wickets in a T20I innings.

DJ Sammy {5 for 26} captured five wickets this game providing the third occasion of bowler capturing five wickets in a T20I innings. The other two occasion are – Umar Gul of Pakistan {5 for 06 vs New Zealand at The Oval on 13.06.09 and N Odhiambo of Kenya {5 for 20 vs Scotland at Nairobi-G on 04.02.10}

SJ Benn {4 for 06} and DJ Sammy {5 for 26} captured four and five wickets respectively in this game which were in a losing cause providing the eighth and ninth occasion of bowler’s four or more wickets going in vain.

DJ Sammy {5 for 26} captured five wickets in this game which was in a losing caue providing the very first occasion of bowler’s five wicket haul going in vain in the history of T20I games.

SW Maskadza became the ninth related cricketer to play T20I game. His brother H Masakadza had already represented Zimbabwe in T20I games.

DM Bravo became the tenth related cricketer to play T20I game. His half brother DJ Bravo had already represented West Indies in T20I games.

The second T20 International between New Zealand and Australia at Christchurch on 28.02.10 has the following interesting statistics

Australia’s total of 214 for 4 in this game represents the highest total by a team batting second in T20I games. The previous best was India’s 211 for 4 vs Sri Lanka at Mohali on 12.12.09.

New Zealand and Australia scored 214 runs each in this game and their combined total of 428 runs represent the highest aggregate in a T20I game. The previous best was 418 runs between India [218 for 4} and England {200 for 6} at Durban on 19.09.07

In this game both the teams scored 200 plus runs – New Zealand {214 for 6} and Australia {214 for 4} – providing the fourth occasion of both the teams scoring 200 plus runs in a T20I game. The other three occasions are – India [218 for 4} and England {200 for 6} at Durban on 19.09.07, Sri Lanka {206 for 7} and India {211 for 4} at Mohali on 12.12.09 and West Indies {205 for 6} and South Africa {208 for 2} at Johannesburg on 11.09.08

This match had an aggregate team total of 428 runs providing the seventh occasion of a T20I game having a team total of 400 plus runs in the history of one day games.

This game ended in a tie providing the fifth occasion of a tied match in T20I games. The other four are – New Zealand vs West Indies at Auckland on 16.02.06, India vs Pakistan at Durban on 14.09.07, Canada vs Zimbabwe at King City on 11.10.09 and New Zealand vs West Indies at Auckland on 26.12.08

Of the above five tied games, New Zealand has been one of the teams on three occasions.

BB McCullum scored 116 not in this game to become the second centurion in T20I games. The first batsman was CH Gayle of West Indies who had made 117 against South Africa at Johannesburg on 11.09.07. Interesting both CH Gayle and BB McCullum scored hundreds while opening the innings.

DP Nannes of Australia {1 for 51} and JDP Oram of New Zealand {0 for 52} conceded 50 plus runs in this game to provide the 24th and 25th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in the history of T20I games

JDP Oram of New Zealand {0 for 52} conceded 50 plus runs without capturing a wicket in this game to provide the 11th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs with out capturing a wicket in the history of T20I games

JDP Oram of New Zealand {0 for 52} conceded 50 plus runs without capturing a wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of his conceding 50 plus runs with out capturing a wicket in a T20I games. The first occasion was against South Africa at Durban on 19.09.07 when he returned with figures of none for 50

JDP Oram remains the only bowler in the history of T20I games to concede 50 plus without capturing a wicket on two occasions.

BB McCullum with his 116 not out in this game scored his seventh one day fifty {01c plus 06 HC} and holds the record for most fifties in T20I games. He wrested the record from India’s G Gambhir who had six fifties {all half centuries} to his credit.

BB McCullum hit eight sixes in his innings of 116 not out and at the end of this game he has 105 sixes in T20 games. He became the third batsman after LRPL Taylor {115} and DJ Hussey {107} to aggregate 100 plus sixes in T20 games.

BB McCullum hit 12 boundary fours in his innings of 116 not out to take his aggregate of boundary fours to 216 in T20 games. He is one of the four batsmen to have an aggregate of 200 plus boundary fours in T20 games. The other three are – BJ Hodge {273}, GC Smith {229} and IJ Harvey {202}

At the end of this game, BB McCullum has an aggregate of 2268 T20 runs. He is the third batsman after BJ Hodge {2547} and DJ Hussey {2355} to have an aggregate of 2000 plus T20 runs.

BB McCullum with his 116 not out in this game registered his 15th T20 fifty {03C plus 12 HC}. He is the third batsman in T20 games to register 15 or more fifties. The other two are – BJ Hodge {19 – 01C plus 18HC} and HD Ackerman {17 – all HCs}

GP Hopkins of New Zealand was dismissed hit wicket in this game. He is the third batsman in the history of T20I games to be dismissed hit wicket. The other two batsmen are – DO Obuya of Kenya {for zero vs New Zealand at Durban on 12.09.07} and AB de Villiers of South Africa {for zero vs Australia at Melbourne on 11.01.09}

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