Cricket Matches Today: T20 World Cup practice match, know the schedule of today's cricket matches
Cricket Matches today: Know when and where will the cricket match be played in the country and the world today
New Delhi. Kolkata Knight Riders have made it to the final of IPL 2021 by defeating Delhi Capitals where they will face Chennai Super Kings. This match will be played on 15 October. That means there is no IPL match today. However, despite this, cricket lovers will get to see the thrill of this game today. Many teams participating in the T20 World Cup are playing their practice matches today. On the other hand, Sydney Sixers Women will compete with Melbourne Star Women in the Women's Big Bash League.
The ICC Men's T20 World Cup warm-up match will be played between Bangladesh vs Ireland, Sri Lanka vs Papua New Guinea, the Netherlands vs Oman, and Namibia vs Scotland at 11.30. These matches will be held in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The result of the IPL match played on Wednesday
reached the culmination of the thrill, ball by ball, the dice kept rolling in the match, but based on Rahul Tripathi's six with one ball left, KKR defeated Delhi Capitals to make it to the IPL final. KKR will face Chennai Super Kings in the final. Chasing a target of 136 in the second qualifier in one of the most exciting matches of the current IPL season, KKR needed six runs from the last two balls with Ravichandran Ashwin in front. Ashwin was on a hat-trick after taking wickets in the third and fourth balls of this over but Tripathi smashed Delhi's dream of winning the IPL for the first time with the fifth ball crossing the boundary.
KKR has to play the final on 15 October against Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings. Earlier, KKR restricted Delhi Capitals to 135 for five based on their excellent performance by their bowlers led by spinner Varun Chakraborty. In reply, KKR started well and at one point their score was 123 for one wicket but after that, the bowlers returned Delhi to the match. KKR lost six wickets adding seven runs in 22 balls. Dinesh Karthik, captain Eoin Morgan, Shakib-ul-Hasan, and Sunil Narine could not even open the account. Ashwin took two wickets in the last over to almost ensure Delhi's victory but Tripathi's six changed the whole story.