Punjab Kings co-owner Ness Wadia revealed the reasons behind changing the name of the franchise from Kings XI Punjab ahead of the Indian premier league 2021 season. The Punjab team hasn’t won an IPL title so far and their best season came
Chris Gayle, West Indies swashbuckling opener, once again displayed in the recently concluded Indian Premier League that age is just a number for the legendary batsman as he spearheaded Kings XI Punjab’s middle-order, scoring 288 runs in seven games at an average
Kings XI Punjab captain KL Rahul picked up in IPL 2020 from where he left off as he is in a red-hot form this season. With a century and fifty in three matches so far, the Orange Cap is firmly under KL
Ness Wadia, the co-owner of Kings XI Punjab, feels that the upcoming season of the IPL will be best ever but he is also skeptical about the fact that one Covid positive case could ruin the whole tournament. The 13th edition of
Ness Wadia, the co-owner of the Kings XI Punjab, has called for testing on a daily basis in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League. Wadia’s comments come after Brijesh Patel, chairperson of the IPL governing council confirmed that the 13th
Ness Wadia, Kings XI Punjab co-owner, has called for a gradual and systematic end to Chinese sponsorship in the IPL in the wake of escalating tensions between the two Asian nations in Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Calls for
All eyes are on the BCCI as the cricket world eagerly waits to learn the fate of this year’s IPL. The thirteenth edition of the league was scheduled to start on March 29 but was later suspended indefinitely by the BCCI in
The fate of IPL 2020 still hangs in the balance with its parent body having adapted the ‘wait and watch’ policy over it. The cricket board CEO Rahul Johri had claimed that IPL 2020 will be possible with overseas player after monsoon.
The novel coronavirus pandemic saw the IPL 2020 deferred from March 29 to April 15. It is a precautionary measure taken by the Board of Control For Cricket in India (BCCI) to ensure safety for the players participating in the lucrative tournament.
Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) co-owner Ness Wadia has forwarded a proposal urging them to the play national anthem mandatorily ahead of every game, from the next edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Meanwhile, IPL Governing Council are pondering to make many