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Royal Challengers is SA's team in IPL
Published on :1st April 2009
Bangalore Royal Challengers will be the favourite team of South African cricket fans in the IPL as they have five South African players in their squad. Moreover Royal Challengers is lead by Kevin Pietersen, who is South African born.
 
Flintoff and Pietersen cleared to play in England's one-day decider
Published on :31st March 2009
Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen have been given the go-ahead to rejoin England's one-day squad ahead of the final one-day international against West Indies. Both players stayed behind in Barbados yesterday to have further scans on injuries
 
Kevin named Bangalore Royal Challengers captain
Published on :22nd March 2009
Former England skipper Kevin Pietersen was named the captain of Bangalore Royal Challengers replacing Rahul Dravid, whose performance came under severe attack during the inaugural edition of the IPL.
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KP says 'no' to lead England in T20 WC
Published on :20th March 2009
Former England cricket captain Kevin Pietersen is insisting that he does not want to lead the side in this summer’s Twenty20 World Cup. In an interview with his former skipper Nasser Hussain on Sky Sports to be aired on Friday, Pietersen emphatically said `No’ when asked whether he could be persuaded to lead England in the World Twenty20.
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Pietersen could captain England ODI side
Published on :19th March 2009
Kevin Pietersen is in line for a dramatic recall as England captain, just 10 weeks after being axed. According to The Sun, he could lead the side in Friday’s one-dayer against West Indies here if Andrew Strauss does not recover from a hamstring strain. Paul Collingwood, who quit as England one-day captain last year, would be the other candidate.
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Pietersen may captain England again
Published on :18th March 2009
THE possibility of Kevin Pietersen leading England again fewer than ten weeks after his resignation as captain was the most intriguing of several potential outcomes as the tour management continued to monitor a hamstring strain suffered by Andrew Strauss in the Twenty20 international against West Indies on Sunday.
 
KP urges England to bounce back in ODIs
Published on :15th March 2009
Former England skipper Kevin Pietersen has urged England to bounce back in the upcoming one day international series, as he described the Test series loss to West Indies as ‘horrendous’ The visitors arrived in the Caribbean Islands as favourite to win the series, but went down 1-0 in the five-match Test series.
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India has taken ODI cricket to different level: KP
Published on :14th March 2009
Former England skipper Kevin Pietersen believes India have taken one-day cricket to a different level and considers the Indian Premier League the reason behind their success. "I think the reason why India have gone through the roof is because of the Indian Premier League," said Pietersen, who says if English players
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Scotland Look Forward To Twenty20 Clash With England
Published on :5th March 2009
Scotland will meet England in a Twenty20 match for the first time in a Twenty20 World Cup warm-up match at Trent Bridge, in Nottingham. The first Twenty20 clash between the two nations follows last year's abandoned One Day International and takes place on June 2nd, one day before Scotland take on the Netherlands in a second warm-up game.
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Royal Challengers coach wants KP to lead
Published on :10th February 2009
Former England skipper Kevin Pietersen could lead the Bangalore Royal Challengers in the second edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) after he was sounded out by the team's coach Ray Jennings. The Royal Challengers finished second from bottom in the inaugural edition of the IPL under current skipper Rahul Dravid and owner Vijay Mallya, in a bid to make his team more competitive, roped in Pietersen for a whopping USD 1.55 million in the players' auction held in Goa on February 6.
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