IPL semi final: Rajasthan Royals against Delhi Daredevils

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Rajasthan Recruitment Consultants have won 11 of their 14 league games. Delhi Database Administrators have won seven of their 14 games. Now they play a semi final. Delhi will probably win.

Rumour has it that Rajasthan were spurred into their league-topping run by a huge Shane Warne bollocking after they lost their very first match to these opponents. We always suspected that THE RAGE was the best method of coaching a side.

To get you up to speed, here’s a comprehensive lowdown on these first two semi-finallists:


Sohail Tanvir is The Balls at this form of the game.


Glenn McGrath’s still not going for runs, even though that’s THE WHOLE BLOODY POINT.

There you go, you can get back to your bacon sandwich or your cup of tea or whatever you use to avoid doing work at this time on a Friday.


Mike Gatting wasn't receiving the King Cricket email when he dropped that ludicrously easy chance against India in 1993.


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  1. I get the feeling you’re not respecting this wonderful cash cow any more….

    (I’d actually completely forgotten it existed. Does anyone still care, even in India? That’s an actual question, not a glib remark)

  2. It did surprise me a bit that it’s still going on – can anyone imagine there still being an appetite for 20/20 if there are 100s of games every year?

  3. Well people never remotely got tired of 50 over cricket and its ever-lengthening fixture list, did they?

    We for one punch the air every time we see a meaningless one-day series comprises seven matches.

    Make it best of 15! We love the dead rubbers best of all.

  4. Weird game. No wickets for Tanvir and McGrath went for runs. Shane Watson still impersonating an all-rounder.

    Though it’s much better seeing Warne confuse batsmen with his big spinning legbreak when they’re not English.

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