Indian Premier League on Sky Sports Cricket - today's action
Last Updated: 14/04/18 12:51pm
Here's what's in store in the Indian Premier League today...
What a Saturday we have in store! Mumbai Indians take on Delhi Daredevils in the first match of our double-header - we're on air for all the build-up from 11am.
Then all attention switches to Kolkata where Knight Riders entertain Sunrisers Hyderabad; watch live coverage of that match from 3pm on Sky Sports Cricket.
How have the teams done so far?
Something will have to give in Mumbai as Indians and Daredevils have each lost their opening two games - Mumbai beaten by Chennai Super Kings in a thrilling opening encounter before losing on the final ball to Sunrisers.
Delhi were on the wrong end of a 14-ball fifty from KL Rahul as they went down to Kings XI Punjab and then went down to Rajasthan Royals in a rain-affected game in Jaipur.
Sunrisers, in contrast, are riding high at the top of the table with two wins from two while Kolkata felt the keen edge of Sam Billings' blade to lose to Chennai after an opening win against Royal Challengers Bangalore on the back of Sunil Narine's 17-ball half-century.
One to watch
Look no further than teenage leggie sensation Mayank Markande, who has racked up seven wickets already in the competition by taking 3-23 against Super Kings and 4-23 against Sunrisers - without tasting victory.
Which England players could feature?
English players haven't been over-used in the tournament so far - Jason Roy still waiting for a hit for Delhi Daredevils, who have yet to deploy late call-up Liam Plunkett.
Tom Curran will be looking to build on his 2-39 for Kolkata against Super Kings, while Chris Jordan and Alex Hales have had just a watching brief to date.
Who's in the Sky Sports Cricket studio?
Former England batsmen Mark Butcher and Michael Lumb, who spent spells with Deccan Chargers and Rajasthan Royals, will join presenter Matt Floyd to provide analysis and comment on this double-header.
Action has already started on the Sky Sports Cricket channel, with the IPL season underway. Sky Sports will continue to show every game, so fans from all over can enjoy the best of Indian cricket.