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Kings XI Punjab - Kindah
The Kings XI Punjab (KXIP ) are a franchise cricket team based in Mohali (Chandigarh CR), Punjab, which plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The franchise company was founded in 2008 and is jointly owned by Mohit Burman, Ness Wadia, Preity Zinta and Karan Paul. The team plays its home games at the PCA Stadium in Mohali. Since the 2010 IPL they also play some of their home games in Dharamsala or Indore.
The Kings XI Punjab catchment areas are Kashmir, Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana - obviously from the sequence of letters "KJHPH" in the banner of the team's logo. Apart from the 2014 season in which they topped the table and finished second, the team has only made one more playoff appearance in 12 seasons.
In 2007, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) established the Indian Premier League cricket tournament based on the Twenty20 format of the game. Franchises for eight cities were made available in an auction in Mumbai on February 20, 2008. The team representing Punjab was bought by Dabur groups Mohit Burman (46%), the Wadia group, Ness Wadia (23%), Preity Zinta (23%) and Saptarshi Dey from the Dey & Dey Group (small stake ). The group paid a total of $ 76 million to acquire the franchise.
Exclusion from the IPL and return
Following the controversy surrounding the BCCI and Lalit Modi in 2010, the Indian Premier League announced on October 10, 2010 that it had terminated the IPL franchise agreements between Kings XI Punjab and the Rajasthan Royals. The teams announced they would take legal action to stay in the Indian Premier League. Initially, the team tried to negotiate a solution with the league, but when one couldn't be reached, they decided to file a lawsuit with the Mumbai Supreme Court accusing the IPL of getting rid of the two teams in order for the bidding process to begin In the 2012 IPL season, the contract would be awarded to a more lucrative bidder.
Kings XI Punjab was made with the participation of the High Court.
2008 IPL reinstated season
The 2008 tournament got off to a sluggish start for Kings XI Punjab as the team lost their first two games. However, 94 Kumar Sangakkara runs helped them win the third game. Despite the absence of Brett Lee and Simon Katich (who were required to tour the West Indies with Australia), the team found its groove. Driven by their balanced bowling line-up and effective top finish, the team won nine of their next ten games and secured a spot in the semifinals, where the tournament ended with an all-out loss of nine wickets to The Chennai Super Kings.
Shaun Marsh was arguably KXIP's star player in the first IPL. The Western Australian opener was overlooked at the IPL player auctions and signed by the franchise on April 9th. He finished the tournament holding the Orange Cap - the award for the player with the most runs in the competition - with an average of 68.44 and a hit rate of 139.68 in 11 innings. Marsh managed to reach a century and five half centuries over the course of the tournament.
2009 IPL season
Kings XI Punjab, who finished as a semi-finalist in 2008, began with ambitions to win the tournament trophy. These were supported by their new sponsors Emirates. With two available slots, Kings XI Punjab placed bids for Jerome Taylor and Yusuf Abdulla in the second IPL auction.
The team had a hit as most of the Australian cricketers were unavailable. The team lacked available pace launchers after Jerome Taylor resigned at the last minute with an injury.
The team lost heavily against the Delhi Daredevils and the Kolkata Knight Riders. However, they got back in shape by defeating the Royal Challengers. the Rajasthan Royals and the Mumbai Indians. Then the team experienced a roller coaster ride with four wins and four losses in the next eight games. The team's hopes for the semi-finals were dashed after losing to the Chennai Super Kings in their last game.
2010 IPL season
Kings XI Punjab lost six games against the Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi Daredevils, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Deccan Chargers, Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians, however, managed to win a match against Chennai Super Kings when the scores were tied and that Match went to a super over. Kings XI Punjab was bolstered by the return of Brett Lee against Kolkata, but he was not at his best. Shaun Marsh returned in the match against the Mumbai Indians. Despite his good performance, which spanned half a century, the team lost the game. You finished IPL3 in the last position.
2011 IPL season
The 2011 IPL season looked promising as they named a team with Michael Bevan as coach and Adam Gilchrist as captain.
Kings XI Punjab missed the playoffs by two points (or a win). This meant that they finished fifth on the points table.
2012 IPL season
Kings XI Punjab finished sixth overall, winning eight of sixteen games.
2013 IPL season
Kings XI Punjab failed to qualify for the play-offs, but batsman David Miller was playing the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 51st game against one of the tournament's innings when he crushed 101 of 38 deliveries, including eight fours and seven sixs. Miller came into play in the eighth game 51-3 with a goal of 190. He corrected the game and led Punjab to a six-wicket win with two overs remaining. Adam Gilchrist retired at the end of the season.
IPL season 2014
Australian T20I captain George Bailey led the roster for the seventh time. Other purchases included Virender Sehwag, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Johnson. Kings XI Punjab started the tournament by winning the first five games played in the United Arab Emirates due to elections outside of India. The standout player was Glenn Maxwell with his unorthodox and powerful hit, who scored 95, 89 and 95 in his first three innings with a hit rate of over 200 and received the same contribution from South African David Miller. Both made the team look invincible. There were many innings of veteran Indian batsman Virender Sehwag and young star Manan Vohra that made it easier to batting middle order and allowed the team to qualify for the playoffs. Due to a 122-run knock by Virender Sehwag against the Chennai Super Kings in the semifinals, KXIP reached the final. There they faced the Kolkata Knight Riders, where they fought first and set a good target of 199 thanks to Wriddhiman Saha's 115. With 94 out of 50 balls by Manish Pandey and the consistently high running rate of his teammates, including 13 out of five balls by Piyush Chawla, KKR were able to win the final in the final of the game with three wickets.
2014 Champions League Twenty20
Kings XI was placed in Group B along with the Hobart Hurricanes (Australia). the Barbados Tridents (West Indies); the Cape Cobras (South Africa) and the Northern Knights (New Zealand).
Kings XI's first game took place at their home stadium, PCA Stadium, Mohali, beating Hobart Hurricanes by five wickets and overtaking Hobart 144-6 in 17.4 overs. Thisara Perera was named Man of the Game at 2-17 and 35. Glenn Maxwell had the highest score in the game at 43. They also won the second game against the Barbados Tridents by four wickets. They won their third match of the competition against the Northern Knights and qualified for the semifinals. They continued to win their last group game against the Cape Cobras but were excluded from the tournament, which won the tournament, in the semifinals with a disappointing loss to their IPL rivals the Chennai Super Kings.
2015 IPL season
George Bailey continued to lead the team during the 2015 season. The team won only three of the 14 games and finished eighth in the league. David Miller finished the season as the top scorer with 357 runs and Anureet Singh finished the season as the best wicket taker with 15 wickets.
IPL season 2016
David Miller and Murali Vijay led the team in the first and second half of the 2016 season, respectively. The team finished eighth again with just four wins. Murali Vijay was the top scorer with 453 runs and Sandeep Sharma was the best wicket taker with 15 wickets.
2017 IPL season
Virender Sehwag joined as head coach as the team wanted to recover from two consecutive final placements in the league. Glenn Maxwell was named captain. Eoin Morgan, Darren Sammy and Hashim Amla joined David Miller on the team. The team missed a place in the play-offs with a final loss to the Rising Pune Supergiant and ended the season fifth, winning seven of their 14 games. Hashim Amla finished the season as the top scorer with 420 runs, including two centuries, and Sandeep Sharma was the top wicket taker with 17 wickets.
IPL season 2018
The Kings XI Punjab roster for the 2018 IPL season included internationals such as: Ravichandran Ashwin, Yuvraj Singh, KL Rahul, Aaron Finch and Chris Gayle. Ashwin was named captain and Brad Hodge was named coach. The tournament started well with KL Rahul scoring a good fifty from 14 balls to take KXIP home against Daredevils. With KL Rahul and Chris Gayle on top form, and Andrew Tye and Mujeeb with ball, the team won 5 of their first six games and eventually became favorites for the title. However, their weakness in the Indian core became apparent as they could only score one win in the next eight games and despite a dream start did not qualify for playoffs from the start.
IPL season 2019
Franchises confirmed the names of the retained players for the Indian Premier League season 12. KXIP retained the following players for the 2019 season: KL Rahul, Chris Gayle, Andrew Tye, Mayank Agarwal, Ankit Rajpoot, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Karun Nair, David Miller and Ravichandran Ashwin. On the day of the auction (December 18, 2018) KXIP won 13 new players: Varun Chakaravarthy, Sam Curran, Mohammed Shami, Prabhsimran Singh, Nicholas Pooran, Moises Henriques, Hardus Viljoen, Darshan Nalkande, Sarfaraz Khan, Arshdeep Singh, Agnivesh Ayachi, Harpreet Brar and Murugan Ashwin. Kings XI Punjab ended up in sixth place on the table. KL Rahul was the team's top scorer with 593 runs in 14 games.
2020 IPL season
Kings XI Punjab publishes Varun Chakravarthy, Andrew Tye, Sam Curran, Simran Singh, David Miller, Moises Henriques and Agnivesh Ayachi from their list for 2020. They have Glenn Maxwell, Deepak Hooda, James Neesham, Prabhsimran Singh, Chris Jordan,
|year||Ranking list||Final score|
|2008||2nd of 8th||Semi-finalists (3.)|
|2009||5th of 8th||5.|
|2010||8th of 8th||8.|
|2011||5th of 10th||5.|
|2012||6th of 9th||6.|
|2013||6th of 9th||6.|
|2014||1st of 8th||Second|
|2015||8th of 8th||8 ..|
|2016||8th of 8th||8.|
|2017||5th of 8th||5.|
|2018||7th of 8th||7.|
|2019||6th of 8th||6.|
Kings XI played once in the now defunct Champions League Twenty20, once in 2014 and became a semi-finalist.
- Players with international caps are in fat .
- listed. * Denotes a player who is not currently available for selection.
- * denotes a player who is unavailable for the remainder of the season.
|No.||Surname||Nat||Date of birth||Stroke style||Bowling style||Signed year||salary|
|6||Karun Nair||(1991-12-06) December 6, 1991 (age 28)||Right handed||Right arm break||2018||£ 5.6 crore (US $ 790,000)|
|333||Chris Gayle||(1979-09-21) September 21, 1979 (age 41)||left handed||Right arm break||2018||£ 2 crore (US $ 280,000)||Overseas|
|16||Mayank Agarwal||(1991-02-16) February 16, 1991 (age 29)||Right handed||Right arm break||2018||£ 1 crore (US $ 140,000)|
|18||Mandeep Singh||(1991-12-18) December 18, 1991 (age 28)||Right handed||Right arm middle||2019||£ 1.4 crore (US $ 200,000)|
|97||Sarfaraz Khan||(1997-10-27) October 27, 1997 (age 23)||Right handed||Broken leg on the right arm||2019||£ 25 lakh (US $ 35,000)|
|57||Deepak Hooda||(1995-04-19) April 19, 1995 (age 25)||Right handed||Right arm break||2020||£ 50 lakh (US $ 70,000)|
|32||Glenn Maxwell||(14.10.1988) October 14, 1988 (age 32)||Right handed||Right arm break||2020||£ 10.75 crore (US $ 1.5 million)||Overseas|
|50||James Neesham||(1990-09-17) September 17, 1990 (age 30)||left handed||Right arm fast medium||2020||£ 50 lakh (US $ 70,000)||Overseas|
|N / A||Tajinder Singh||(1992-05-25) May 25, 1992 (age 28)||Right handed||Right arm break||2020||£ 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)|
|1||K. L. Rahul||(April 18, 1992) April 18, 1992 (age 28)||Right handed||2018||£ 11 crore (US $ 1.5 million)||captain|
|29||Nicholas Pooran||(1995-10-02) October 2, 1995 (age 25)||left handed||2019||£ 4.2 crore (US $ 590,000)||Overseas|
|84||Prabhsimran Singh||(1995-04-19) April 19, 1995 (age 25)||Right handed||2020||£ 55 lakh (US $ 77,000)|
|88||Mujeeb Ur Rahman||(March 28, 2001) March 28, 2001 (age 19)||Right handed||Right arm break||2018||£ 4 crore (US $ 560,000)||Overseas|
|89||Murugan Ashwin||(1990-09-08) September 8, 1990 (age 30)||Right handed||Right arm broken leg||2019||£ 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)|
|95||Harpreet Brar||(16.09.1995) 16 September 1995 (age 25)||left handed||Slow Orthodox with left arm||2019||£ 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)|
|25||Krishnappa Gowtham||(1988-10-20) October 20, 1988 (age 32)||Right handed||Right arm break||2020||£ 6.2 crore (US $ 869,000)|
|27||Jagadeesha Suchith||(1994-01-16) January 16, 1994 (age 26)||left handed||Slow Orthodox with left arm||2020||£ 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)|
|56||Ravi Bishnoi||(2000-09-05) September 5, 2000 (age 20))||Right handed||Broken leg on the right arm||2020||£ 2 crore (US $ 280,000)|
|11||Mohammed Shami||(1990-09-03) September 3, 1990 (age 30)||Right handed||Right arm fast-medium||2019||£ 4.8 crore (US $ 670,000)|
|7||Hardus Viljoen||(1989-03-06) March 6, 1989 (age 31)||Right handed||Right arm fast||2019||£ 75 lakh (US $ 110,000)||Overseas|
|N / A||Darshan Nalkande||(1998-10-04) October 4, 1998 (age 22)||Right handed||Right arm medium fast||2019||£ 30 lakh (US $ 42,000)|
|2||Arshdeep Singh||(February 5, 1999) February 5, 1999 (age 21)||left handed||Left arm with medium speed||2019||£ 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)|
|19||Sheldon Cottrell||(1989-08-19) August 19, 1989 (age 31)||Right handed||Left arm fast medium||2020||£ 8.5 crore ($ 1.2 million)||Overseas|
|34||Chris Jordan||(1988-10-04) October 4, 1988 (age 32)||Right handed||Right arm fast medium||2020||£ 3 crore (US $ 420,600.00)||Overseas|
|N / A||Ishan Porel||(Sep 5, 1998) September 5, 1998 (age 22)||Right handed||Right arm fast medium||2020||£ 20 lakh (US $ 28,000)|
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Last updated: October 27, 2020
Opponent in the Indian Premier League
|Teams||Games||Won||Lost||draw||No result found||% Profit|
|Chennai Super Kings||21||9||12||0||0||40,47%|
|Kochi Tuskers Kerala||1||1||0||0||0||100%|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||26||9||17||0||0||33,33%|
|Pune Warriors India||6||3||3||0||0||50,00%|
|Rising Pune Supergiant||4||2||2||0||0||50%|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||26||14||12||0||0||53,84%|
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Last updated: October 27, 2020
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