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Maximum six hitting batsmen in twenty twenty world cup

Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
CD McMillan (NZ)
6 5 1 163 57 40.75 90 181.11 0 1 0 7 13
Yuvraj Singh (India)
6 5 0 148 70 29.60 76 194.73 0 2 0 9 12
CH Gayle (WI)
2 2 0 117 117 58.50 60 195.00 1 0 1 7 10
JM Kemp (SA)
5 5 3 173 89* 86.50 124 139.51 0 1 0 13 10
ML Hayden (Aus)
6 6 3 265 73* 88.33 183 144.80 0 4 0 32 10
Imran Nazir (Pak)
7 7 1 147 59 24.50 98 150.00 0 1 0 13 10
Misbah-ul-Haq (Pak)
7 7 3 218 66* 54.50 156 139.74 0 2 0 18 9

IPL 2 Rajasthn Royals vs Chennai super kings

Though Rajasthan royals bet Delhi Deardevils by 5 wickets tough game is ahead for them on thursday when they will face last time runners up Chennai super kings. Though chenna super kings dont have a good start to the tournament they still are among the favorites for the winners.

ICC World Cup 2011 - Final to be held in India

Keeping in mind security reason ICC today declared that no world cup 2011 match will be played in Pakistan and 14 matches scheduled to be played in Pakistan will now be divided among co-hosts India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Opening ceremony will take place in Bangladesh and World Cup final will be played in India. 29 out of the 49 world cup matches will be played in India while Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will host 12 and 8 matched respectively.

Delhi Daredevils owner in buy out talks with Liverpool

English Premier League club Liverpool is in talks with the billionaire owners of an Indian Premier League cricket team that could lead to a massive investment and an eventual buy-out.

Representatives of the GMR group, who run the Delhi Daredevils IPL side, were guests at last week's clash with Arsenal.

GMR chairman Grandhi Mallikarjun Rao is worth an estimated 4.2 billion pounds and the senior official he sent to Liverpool in midweek is known to be a supporter of the club, News of the World reported.

Hicks started the talks initially with a view to securing a sponsorship deal, but Bangalore-based GMR have made no secret of their desire to branch out into other sports.

Rao (58) made his millions in the airport and construction industry and recently formed a subsidiary company to invest in sport, with English football considered the most attractive.

A Liverpool source said: "The GMR group were invited by Hicks and their representative watched the Arsenal match in the directors' box with Hicks' son Tommy. It was quite clear the representative was a fan.

"When you look at the company's commitment to sport they're exactly the type of partner Tom would be looking for."

Liverpool's American owners have been scouring the globe for finance to stave off the threat of having to sell the club on the cheap in July.