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IPL, Delhi vs Kochi, Match 41, Match Report
IPL 4 (2011) - Post-Match COW Reports Thursday, 05 May 2011 23:54
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41st T20: Delhi vs Kochi (Winner: Kochi)

Kochi won by 7 wickets with 30 balls remaining (Dominance | Delhi 17% | Kochi 77% | Equal 6%)

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match : P Parmeswaran Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi (2 May 2011)
cow-analysis

Despite a rapid start DD lost wickets at regular interval and stuttered to 48/3 after 7 with 47% COW before Nagar and Rao stemmed the rot with a partnership. Once Nagar fell Rao and Birt upped the tempo and DD managed to end with 140/6 with 50% COW. Klinger and McCullum made DD’s job harder by coming out with all guns blazing. By the time McCullum was out they were 67/1 after 6 with 58% COW. 2 more wickets fell in 3 overs to give DD some hope as KTK stumbled to 89/3 after 10 with 57% COW. But Patel and Hodge went after the DD bowling to ensure they didn’t have any chance and ended the match in 15 overs.

 
cow-key
  1st Innings (DD) - 20 overs Maximum  
 
arrow 5 overs: DD 38/1 DD 52% I present a new cliché to the cricketing
      lexicon, the goldilocks start with neither too many nor too few runs nor too few with just the right amount of wickets in hand and this is it. Delhi’s chances did not change during this period.
arrow 10 overs: DD 62/3 DD 46% Delhi’s problems with their middle order
      remained, with Kerala’s local bowlers Sreesanth and Parameswaran taking the openers wickets and leaving the Delhi batting rudderless. Delhi’s chances decreased by 6% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: DD 98/4 DD 48% Venugopal Rao played well for 40 as
      Delhi’s innings got going slightly. Delhi’s chances increased by 2% during this period.
arrow 20 overs: DD 140/6 DD 50% Travis Birt helped Delhi get to a par
      score and psychologically crucial 140 mark. Delhi’s chances increased by 2% during this period.
       
  2nd Innings (KTK: Target 141) - 20 overs Maximum  
     
arrow 5 overs: KTK 61/0 KTK 60% Michael Klinger becomes the 1st
      Maccabiah games veteran in the IPL but it was McCullum who reduces the required rate to ODI levels. Kochi’s chances increased by 10% during this period.
arrow 10 overs: KTK 89/3 KTK 57% Kochi lost 3 wickets however that
      looked like the only bright spot in the Delhi bowling “effort”. Kochi’s chances decreased by 3% during this period.
arrow 15 overs: KTK 151/3 KTK 100% Patel and Hodge finished the match
      quite early with a flurry of boundaries. Kochi won by 7 wickets.
       
       

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