Stunning one-handed catches and a whole lot of Dominic Cork… check out the best bits from IPL 11 ahead of Sunday's final.
Rashid Khan starred with bat and ball as Sunrisers Hyderabad reached the IPL final with a 13-run win over Kolkata Knight Riders.
Kolkata Knight Riders' hopes of a third IPL title remain intact after they knocked out Rajasthan Royals in the eliminator.
The historic exhibition Women's IPL match saw Supernovas seal a tense final-ball, three-wicket win over Trailblazers.
As we move into the play-offs, we reflect on Week Seven and what would prove the final contribution for some England players...
Chennai Super Kings confirmed their place in the IPL first qualifier to deny Kings XI Punjab a play-off place.
Chris Lynn hits a half-century as Kolkata Knight Riders secure their place in the IPL play-offs with victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Delhi Daredevils fielders Glenn Maxwell and Trent Boult combined twice to dismiss two of Mumbai Indians' batsmen.
Rajasthan remain in contention for an IPL play-off berth after Shreyas Gopal earned a 30-run win over the now-eliminated RCB.
First Trent Boult, now Rashid Khan and AB de Villiers - the Chinnaswamy is the place to be for stunning one-handed catches!
Mumbai secured a crucial win in their pursuit of an IPL play-off spot, beating Kings XI by three runs despite KL Rahul's 94.
Jos Buttler missed out on a record sixth straight IPL fifty as Rajasthan were beaten by play-off rivals Kolkata.
Jos Buttler hit six boundaries in an over for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL on the day he was recalled to England's Test squad.
Jos Buttler was once again the best of the bunch as a whole heap of England players saw action during Week Six of the IPL.
Royal Challengers hammered Kings XI Punjab by 10 wickets to keep their late push for the playoffs alive.
Jos Buttler hit a record-equalling fifth consecutive IPL half-century as Rajasthan beat Mumbai by seven wickets.
Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Delhi Daredevils by five wickets in the battle of the IPL basement sides on Saturday.
Ambati Rayudu's 29-ball fifty proved in vain as title hopefuls Chennai Super Kings suffered a 34-run defeat to Delhi Daredevils.
Kolkata Knight Riders hit the fourth highest total in IPL history as they beat Kings XI Punjab to move into the play-off places.
Jos Buttler hit a blistering 95 not out from 60 balls to lead Rajasthan to a dramatic four-wicket IPL win over Chennai.
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