Kings XI vs Rajasthan Royals and KKR vs Pune Warriors Live Streaming

IPL Live Streaming 2013

Chennai Super Kings has won 10 matches out of 13 and sealed a berth in the play-offs. We again saw some records been created. Ishant Sharma gave away 66 runs in four overs, highest ever runs conceded in four overs spell of IPL history. Suresh Raina scored 99 unbeaten and became the only player to have scored 400 runs in each edition of IPL. Now its time for two more matches.

Match 1 - Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals

These two teams are very much in contention of the play-offs berth. Although Rajasthan has stronger chances and Punjab has slimmest of all chances but last victory of Punjab was fascinating. The way David Miller single handedly smashed RCB bowlers all over the Mohali stadium, we can't write off Punjab's chances to make it to the play-offs.

Punjab have won 5 matches out of 11 and they have five more to play. Good part is they will play four matches at home. So if they could win atleast four out of five matches they have good chances of reaching the second stage. Since the time Gilchrist has sit out of the playing eleven, this team has found the right balance. David Miller wasn't a costly buy for Punjab and look at the way he has returned every single penny of it. He has scored 352 runs so far. Mandeep Singh has been his best batting support. A lot also depends on the bowling line up consisting of Gony, Praveen Kumar, Azhar Mahmood, etc.

The visiting team Rajasthan Royals is in unbeatable form thanks to some brilliant batting performances by Rahul Dravid and Ajinkya Rahane. The biggest question mark for this team has been their poor performances in the away games. They would love to improve their records here at Mohali. A good knock is expected from mighty Shane Watson.

Match 2 - Kolkata Knight Riders vs Pune Warriors India

This match now hardly holds any importance as both the teams KKR and Pune Warriors are out of the tournament. They have no more chance of making it to the play-offs and this match is nothing more than a mere formality.

This match gives an opportunity to both the teams to restore some pride. If Pune can clinch a win against the defending champions, that would be a good morale booster for the team. KKR is in woeful form. Their disappointing form continued against Mumbai when they were bowled out of 105 chasing 171. Top scorer Gambhir has been in bad form since last many matches. Apart from Morgan and Bisla all the other batsmen have hardly contributed for the team.

Pune Warriors have managed to win just two matches this year. They are consistently inconsistent in all the departments of the game. Apart from few half centuries from Aaron Finch and Robin Uthappa, there is hardly anything we can mention about the batting line up. Even there isn't anything noteworthy about the bowling attack.

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