- It’s all over! Kolkata Knight Riders won by 28 runs
- 19.3: P Chawla to M Singh, 4 runs, 187/4
- 19.1: P Chawla to M Singh, 4 runs, 181/4
- 18.5: L Ferguson to D Miller, 6 runs, 177/4
- 18.2: L Ferguson to M Singh, 4 runs, 168/4
- 17.6: P Krishna to M Singh, 4 runs, 162/4
- 17.3: P Krishna to D Miller, 4 runs, 157/4
- 16.3: L Ferguson to D Miller, 4 runs, 148/4
- 16.1: L Ferguson to M Singh, 6 runs, 143/4
- 15.2: WICKET! M Agarwal (58) is out, b Piyush Chawla, 134/4
- 14.5: K Yadav to D Miller, 4 runs, 132/3
- 12.2: P Chawla to M Agarwal, 6 runs, 114/3
- 11.6: S Narine to M Agarwal, 4 runs, 107/3
- 11.5: S Narine to M Agarwal, 4 runs, 103/3
- 11.2: S Narine to D Miller, 6 runs, 93/3
- 10.5: K Yadav to D Miller, 6 runs, 86/3
- 9.6: S Narine to M Agarwal, 4 runs, 77/3
- 8.5: K Yadav to D Miller, 4 runs, 69/3
- 7.3: WICKET! S Khan (13) is out, c Dinesh Karthik b Andre Russell, 60/3
- 7.2: A Russell to S Khan, 4 runs, 60/2
- 5.1: P Krishna to M Agarwal, 5 runs, 51/2
- 4.4: A Russell to S Khan, 4 runs, 41
- 4.2: WICKET! C Gayle (20) is out, c Prasidh Krishna b Andre Russell, 37/2
- 3.6: L Ferguson to C Gayle, 6 runs, 36/1
- 2.1: P Krishna to M Agarwal, 4 runs, 17/1
- 1.4: WICKET! L Rahul (1) is out, c Kuldeep Yadav b Lockie Ferguson, 11/1
- 0.5: P Krishna to C Gayle, 4 runs, 11/0
- 0.3: P Krishna to C Gayle, 6 runs, 7/0
The players are now making their way out on the middle as we are about to get underway with the chase. Chris Gayle and KL Rahul are set to begin proceedings and the onus will be on them to give the team a flying start in the innings.
Tidy last over from Andrew Tye as he gives away just 8 runs and it was made possible only because Russell was caught out at the mid wicket ropes by Mayank Agarwal on the fourth ball of the over. Uthappa hit a boundary to finish the innings for 218/4 in 20 overs. It is going to be a tough ride for the away side in chase.
Kolkata Knight Riders: 218 for 4 in 20 overs (Nitish Rana 63, Robin Uthappa 67 not out, Andrew Russell 48; Varun Chakravarthy 1/35, Hardus Viljoen 1/36, Andrew 1/37).
- 19.6: A Tye to R Uthappa, 4 runs, 218/4
- 19.4: WICKET! A Russell (48) is out, c Mayank Agarwal b Andrew Tye, 213/4
- 18.6: M Shami to A Russell, 4 runs, 210/3
- 17.4: A Tye to A Russell, 4 runs, 176/3
- 15.6: H Viljoen to R Uthappa, 4 runs, 153/3
- 14.3: WICKET! N Rana (63) is out, c Mayank Agarwal b Varun Chakravarthy, 146/3
- 12.4: M Singh to N Rana, 6 runs, 125/2
- 11.3: R Ashwin to N Rana, 6 runs, 99/2
- 9.2: R Ashwin to N Rana, 6 runs, 85/2
- 7.4: R Ashwin to N Rana, 6 runs, 71/2
- 6.3: V Chakravarthy to R Uthappa, 4 runs, 61/2
- 53/2, 6 Overs, Powerplay comes to an end
- 44/2, 5 Overs
- 36/2, 3.4 overs
- Out! Sunil P Narine is also caught as KKR lose both openers
- KKR 34/1 after 3 overs
- Out! Lynn(10) is caught as KKR lose their first wicket!
- V Chakravarthy to S Narine, 6 runs, 26/0
- V Chakravarthy to S Narine, 4 runs, 14/0
- Match begins
- Kings XI Punjab: Ravichandran Ashwin (capt), Chris Gayle, Lokesh Rahul (wk), Mayank Agarwal, Sarfaraz Khan, David Miller, Mandeep Singh, Andrew Tye, Mohammed Shami, Hardus Viljoen, Varun Chakravarthy.
- KXIP have won the toss and R Ashwin has opted to bowl first.
.@ashwinravi99 calls it right at the toss and elects to bowl first at the Eden Gardens.
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- Kolkata Knight Riders: Dinesh Karthik (capt & wk), Chris Lynn, Sunil Narine, Robin Uthappa, Nitish Rana, Shubman Gill, Andre Russell, Piyush Chawla, Kuldeep Yadav, Lockie Ferguson, Prasidh Krishna.
Kolkata: Kolkata Knight Riders will take on Kings XI Punjab in their second match of the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League. Both teams won their respective opening matches of the season and will look to keep the momentum going with another win under their belt.
Kings XI Punjab captain Ravichandran Ashwin won the toss and opted to bowl in their IPL match against Kolkata Knight Riders here on Wednesday.
Kings XI made four changes from the playing eleven of their previous match with David Miller, Hardus Viljoen, Varun Chakravarthy and Andrew Tye coming in for Nicholas Pooran, Sam Curran, Ankit Rajpoot and Mujeeb Ur Rahman. KKR fielded an unchanged side.