COMPLETED / 48 Match, Super 8 Group 1 / Arnos Vale Ground

Afghanistan
AFG
Australia
AUS

127/10 (19.2 ov)

AFG won by 21 runs.

SCHEDULED / 49 Match, Super 8 Group 2 / Kensington Oval, Bridgetown

United States
USA
England
ENG

LIVE / 36th Match / County Ground, Chelmsford

Essex
ESS
Durham
DUR

*144/2 (30 ov)

Lunch Break : Day 1 - DUR elected to bat

LIVE / 37th Match / St Lawrence Ground

Kent
KET
Lancashire
LAN

Day 1 - LAN elected to bowl

LIVE / 38th Match / Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire
NOT
Somerset
SOM

Lunch Break : Day 1 - NOT elected to bat

LIVE / 39th Match / Edgbaston

Warwickshire
WAS
Hampshire
HAM

0/0 ( ov) & *104/1 (30 ov)

Lunch Break : Day 1 - HAM elected to bat

LIVE / 40th Match / County Ground, New Road

Worcestershire
WOR
Surrey
SUR

*105/2 (29 ov)

Lunch Break : Day 1 - WOR elected to bowl

LIVE / 29th Match / Sophia Gardens

Glamorgan
GLA
Northamptonshire
NOR

*101/2 (29 ov)

Day 1 - NOR elected to bat

LIVE / 30th Match / Lord's

Middlesex
MID
Derbyshire
DER

Lunch Break : Day 1 - MID elected to bat

LIVE / 31st Match / County Ground, Hove

Sussex
SUS
Leicestershire
LEI

Lunch Break : Day 1 - LEI elected to bowl

LIVE / 32nd Match / North Marine Road Ground

Yorkshire
YOR
Gloucestershire
GLO

Lunch Break : Day 1 - GLO elected to bowl

LIVE / 3rd ODI / M.Chinnaswamy Stadium

India Women
IND-W
South Africa Women
SA-W

215/8 (50 ov)

IND-W need 199 runs in 45.3 remaining overs

LIVE / Match 27 / Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

Intersoft Titans
IST
Trident Stallions
TDS

*93/2 (10 ov)

TDS need 53 runs in 10.0 remaining overs

SCHEDULED / Match 28 / Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

JK Super Strikers
SPS
BLV Blasters
BLT

COMPLETED / Match 50 / ICC Academy

Brickwork Development
BWD
Elite Cricket Club
ECC

86/8 (10 ov)

BWD won by 4 wickets

LIVE / Match 51 / ICC Academy

Dubai Dare Devils
DDD
ABX Rent a Car
ARC

*2/1 (1 ov)

DDD elected to bowl

SCHEDULED / Match 52 / ICC Academy

Seven Districts Juniors
SVDJ
Smart Cube Kings 11
SMCK

SCHEDULED / Match 53 / ICC Academy

Top Stars
TS
Dubai Thunders
DT

SCHEDULED / Final / Gwalior International Cricket Stadium

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

COMPLETED / Final / La Sagesse Park

Nutmeg Warriors
NW
Clove Challengers
CC

70/5 (10 ov)

NW won by 9 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 24 / Eden Gardens

Harbour Diamonds
HD
Rashmi Medinipur Wizards
RMW

172/2 (17.5 ov)

RMW won by 8 wickets

SCHEDULED / Match 25 / Eden Gardens

Murshidabd Kings
MK
Lux Shyam Kolkata Tigers
LSKT

COMPLETED / Match 31 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Patriots
PAT
Warriors
WAR

136/3 (10 ov)

WAR won by 10 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 32 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Titans
TIT
Eagles
EAG

78/10 (9.4 ov)

EAG won by 3 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 33 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Royals
ROY
Kings
KGS

77/8 (10 ov)

ROY won by 6 wickets

SCHEDULED / Match 1 / Windsor Park

Barana Aute Warriors
BAW
Titou Gorge Splashers
TGS

COMPLETED / Match 49 / ICC Academy

Top Stars
TS
Spades Real Estate
SRE

171/1 (10 ov)

SRE won by 25 runs.

COMPLETED / 3/4 Place Play off / La Sagesse Park

Bay Leaf Blasters
BLB
Cinnamon Pacers
CP

124/2 (10 ov)

CP won by 12 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 48 / ICC Academy

Dubai Dare Devils
DDD
Seven Districts Juniors
SVDJ

112/6 (10 ov)

SVDJ won by 14 runs.

COMPLETED / 47 Match, Super 8 Group 1 / Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua

India
IND
Bangladesh
BAN

146/8 (20 ov)

IND won by 50 runs.

COMPLETED / Eliminator / Gwalior International Cricket Stadium

Bhopal Leopards
BP
Gwalior Cheetahs
GC

168/9 (20 ov)

BP won by 3 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 26 / Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

BLV Blasters
BLT
Agri Kings Knights
AKK

141/10 (19 ov)

BLT won by 5 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 23 / Eden Gardens

Adamas Howrah Warriors
AHW
Murshidabd Kings
MK

125/3 (17.5 ov)

MK won by 7 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 47 / ICC Academy

Wavilog Tech CC
WTCC
Dolphin Rent a Car
DRAC

79/5 (10 ov)

WTCC won by 4 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 25 / Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

JK Super Strikers
SPS
Royal Phantoms
RPT

184/6 (20 ov)

RPT won by 22 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 30 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Smashers
SMA
Kings
KGS

87/8 (10 ov)

SMA won by 6 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 22 / Eden Gardens

Harbour Diamonds
HD
Sobisco Smashers Malda
SSM

173/7 (20 ov)

SSM won by 2 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 29 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Avengers
AVE
Royals
ROY

133/4 (9.2 ov)

ROY won by 6 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 28 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Eagles
EAG
Warriors
WAR

*113/5 (10 ov)

WAR won by 30 runs.

COMPLETED / 46 Match, Super 8 Group 2 / Kensington Oval, Bridgetown

United States
USA
West Indies
WI

130/1 (10.5 ov)

WI won by 9 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 46 / ICC Academy

Dubai Thunders
DT
Spades Real Estate
SRE

104/8 (10 ov)

SRE won by 29 runs.

SCHEDULED / Match 2 / Windsor Park

Champagne Reef Divers
CRD
Sari Sari Sunrisers
SSS

SCHEDULED / Match 54 / ICC Academy

Brickwork Development
BWD
Dolphin Rent a Car
DRAC

SCHEDULED / 50 Match, Super 8 Group 2 / Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua

West Indies
WI
South Africa
SA

SCHEDULED / Match 34 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Avengers
AVE
Warriors
WAR

SCHEDULED / 1st T20I / Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium

Sri Lanka Women
SL-W
West Indies Women
WI-W

SCHEDULED / Match 35 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Patriots
PAT
Titans
TIT

SCHEDULED / Match 26 / Eden Gardens

Shrachi Rarh Tigers
SRT
Adamas Howrah Warriors
AHW

SCHEDULED / Match 36 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Eagles
EAG
Smashers
SMA

SCHEDULED / Match 29 / Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

Agri Kings Knights
AKK
Intersoft Titans
IST

SCHEDULED / Match 27 / Eden Gardens

Servotech Siliguri Strikers
SSS
Sobisco Smashers Malda
SSM

SCHEDULED / Match 30 / Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali

Royal Phantoms
RPT
Trident Stallions
TDS

SCHEDULED / 51 Match, Super 8 Group 1 / Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia

Australia
AUS
India
IND

SCHEDULED / Match 3 / Windsor Park

Indian River Rowers
IRR
Valley Hikers
VHK

SCHEDULED / Match 4 / Windsor Park

Titou Gorge Splashers
TGS
Sari Sari Sunrisers
SSS

SCHEDULED / 52 Match, Super 8 Group 1 / Arnos Vale Ground

Afghanistan
AFG
Bangladesh
BAN

SCHEDULED / Match 37 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Eagles
EAG
Patriots
PAT

SCHEDULED / Match 38 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Warriors
WAR
Kings
KGS

SCHEDULED / Match 28 / Eden Gardens

Shrachi Rarh Tigers
SRT
Murshidabd Kings
MK

SCHEDULED / Match 39 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Avengers
AVE
Titans
TIT

SCHEDULED / Match 40 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Royals
ROY
Smashers
SMA

SCHEDULED / 2nd T20I / Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium

Sri Lanka Women
SL-W
West Indies Women
WI-W

SCHEDULED / Match 41 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Titans
TIT
Kings
KGS

SCHEDULED / 1st Semi Final / Eden Gardens

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

SCHEDULED / Match 42 / Cricket Association Puducherry Ground 4

Avengers
AVE
Patriots
PAT

Hardik Pandya Player Profile, Age, Career, Bowling & Batting Stats

Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya

India
India | All Rounder

Name

Hardik Pandya

 

Nickname

Kung Fu Pandya

 

Birth Place

 

Choryasi, Surat, Gujarat

Height

6' (183 cm)

Jersey Number

 

33

Teams played for

India, Mumbai Indians, Baroda, Gujarat Titans, India A and Indian Board Presidents XI

 

Family

Wife: Natasa Stankovic. Son: Agastya Pandya. Father: Late Himanshu Pandya.

 

Mother

Nalini Pandya. Brother: Krunal Pandya

 

Zodiac

Libra

 

Education

MK High School - 9th Pass

 

Cars

 

Toyota Etios, Jeep Compass, Audi A6, Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes-AMG G 63, Range Rover Vogue, Lamborghini Huracan EVO and Rolls Royce

Net Worth as of 2024

INR 91 crores ($11 million)

 

Salary

Team India: 5 crore annually (Central Contract) other than match fees. Mumbai Indians: 15 Crores.

 

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/hardikpandya93/

Twitter/X

https://twitter.com/hardikpandya7

 

Facebook

 

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialHardikPandya

Hardik Pandya is an Indian All-rounder, who is touted to be India's next white-ball captain. Born in Choryasi, Surat, Gujarat, to a small car finance businessman, Pandya and his family had to leave from Surat for Baroda to facilitate his and his brother's cricketing aspirations.

Hardik Pandya went through a very tough time during his childhood days especially because of his dream to become an International cricketer.

Upon moving to Vadodara (Baroda), Hardik's father Himanshu Pandya admitted his two sons - Krunal Pandya (the other one) to the Kiran More Cricket Academy.

He wasn't always the seam-bowling all-rounder we know of. Hardik Pandya had started as a leg-spinner but his first coach in Baroda - Sanath Kumar, asked him to focus on fast bowling.

From there onwards, Hardik became a seam bowling all-rounder, who during his initial years of junior club cricket, was known for his range-hitting prowess.

His brother Krunal Pandya had revealed that Hardik used to help his team win matches, single-handedly, and that his ability to score 6s had been there since his childhood days.

Moreover, he was also known for being expressive or over-expressive at times and had attitude problems from the very beginning of his career.

Those close to him during his initial years have claimed that Hardik Pandya was dropped from Junior-level cricket teams due to his bad behavior. That's something he labeled as an expressive kid who never liked to hide his emotions.

But all because of his talent and stern focus, Hardik Pandya was picked to represent the Baroda team in 2013 for the domestic season.

He made his debut for Baroda through the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy against Mumbai on March 17, 2013. Hardik rubbed shoulders with some legendary names like Ambati Rayudu, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, and Munaf Patel in the Baroda team.

In the latter half of 2013, Hardik Pandya made his Ranji Trophy debut for Baroda against Madhya Pradesh on November 28. He had an ordinary performance in that match but his team did win the match by 246 runs. Exactly a year later, Hardik made his Vijay Hazare trophy debut on November 8, 2014, against Gujarat.

Therein, Baroda might have lost but Hardik Pandya displayed a fantastic knock of 69 off 61 in the 1st innings and did not bowl during Gujarat's successful chase.

As he was grinding himself in the domestic circuit, 2013 IPL winners Mumbai Indians' scouting team spotted Hardik during a trial and when he was introduced during the auction for the 2015 season, MI picked him at his base price and the rest is history as we know.

He left domestic cricket after scoring 1351 runs from 29 first-class matches, 2103 runs from 103 List A matches, and 4556 runs from 250 T20 matches.

In his debut IPL season in 2015, Hardik Pandya took the league by storm. His power-hitting prowess and decent bowling quickly helped him become one of the hottest domestic prospects of the league.

He scored 112 runs from 9 matches in 2015 at a 180+ strike rate but scalped just 1 wicket.

His luck was such that MI despite a poor start to the season, were able to clinch their 2nd IPL title by beating CSK in the finale.

By his second season, Hardik was called up to the Indian national team where he made his debut in a T20I series against Australia in January.

His performance was such that then captain MS Dhoni picked him for the T20 World Cup of that year wherein, his most memorable performance came in the match against Bangladesh where he helped India win in the final over.

While his second IPL season was not that special, Hardik Pandya kept on making moves with the national team.

On October 16, 2016, he made his official ODI debut against New Zealand wherein he picked up 3 wickets but did not have the chance to bat as India had won the match by 6-wickets.

In July 2017, Hardik Pandya earned his maiden Test cap against Sri Lanka in Galle. He had a very good Test debut, scoring 50 runs in the 1st innings and scalping a wicket across innings in the match which India won by 304 runs.

Slowly, he was becoming an important asset across all 3 formats but in 2018, Hardik endured an ugly back injury that kept him out of action for a while.

The very next year, he fell under major controversy due to certain comments he made on the popular talk show - Koffee with Karan.

By the year 2020, Pandya had won 4 IPL titles - 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020 and he was becoming a senior player gradually. During the 2022 T20 World Cup, Pandya made contributions with both bat and ball.

He had scored an important 40 runs during India's win over Pakistan in Melbourne and also scored 63 runs during the semi-final against England in Adelaide where India lost by 10 wickets.

But before all that had happened, Pandya's seniority saw him move to the new IPL franchise Gujarat Titans in 2022. He was appointed as captain and GT went on to defeat Rajasthan Royals to win the Premier League in only their first attempt.

In 2023, Pandya led GT to another final but this time MS Dhoni's CSK stood in their way and grabbed their 5th title.

That very year, Hardik Pandya was supposed to play an important role in the ICC Cricket World Cup but during India's league match against Bangladesh, Pandya rolled over his feet. The injury saw him get ruled out of the entire tournament with India losing in the finals against Australia on November 19th.

That triggered conversations about Pandya leading India's white-ball team in the future which he even became in certain series'. However due to his struggle with an ankle injury,

Pandya missed the opportunity to go into the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 as the captain while Rohit Sharma was re-appointed for the major event.

Another ugly turn in his career came when the Mumbai Indians struck a trade deal with Gujarat Titans for the transfer of Hardik Pandya for 15 Crores INR. Not only that, Pandya was also appointed as the new MI captain, replacing 5-time title-winning skipper Rohit Sharma from the helm.

That move did not go well with MI fans, who still continue to boo and jeer him during home and away matches.

In terms of his international stats, then Hardik Pandya has scored a total of 3649 runs - 532 in 11 Test matches, 1769 in 86 ODIs, and 1348 from 92 T20Is.

His IPL stats have seen him score 2440 runs from 129 matches and scalp 132 wickets. 

 

 

Batting Statistics

M Inns Runs BF NO HS AVG S/R 100 50 4s 6s
11 18 532 720 1 108 31.29 73.88 1 4 68 12
86 61 1769 1603 9 92 34.01 110.35 0 11 132 67
93 71 1348 964 18 71 25.43 139.83 0 3 96 69
262 227 4680 3370 63 91 28.53 138.87 0 17 342 242
107 79 2103 1995 14 92 32.35 105.41 0 13 152 76
29 46 1351 2382 1 108 30.02 56.71 1 10 167 24

Bowling Statistics

M Inns Runs OV WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5W
11 19 528 156.1 17 31.05 3.38 6/50 1
86 80 2960 533.1 84 35.23 5.55 4/24 0
93 82 1977 242.5 76 26.01 8.14 4/16 0
262 202 4696 565.1 163 28.8 8.3 4/16 0
107 94 3563 658.1 100 35.63 5.41 4/24 0
29 39 1486 449 48 30.95 3.3 8/91 3

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