After a thrilling climax to the Indian Premier League, we look at the performances of the England players involved.
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Chennai Super Kings confirmed their place in the IPL first qualifier to deny Kings XI Punjab a play-off place.
Ambati Rayudu's 29-ball fifty proved in vain as title hopefuls Chennai Super Kings suffered a 34-run defeat to Delhi Daredevils.
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.
Ambati Rayudu's maiden T20 century saw Chennai Super Kings sweep to an eight-wicket victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad.
Jos Buttler hit a blistering 95 not out from 60 balls to lead Rajasthan to a dramatic four-wicket IPL win over Chennai.
Mark Wood is returning early from his stint with Chennai Super Kings to increase his chances of being in the England squad.
Jos Buttler slammed back-to-back fifties for Rajasthan Royals, while David Willey made a bright debut for Chennai Super Kings.
Ravindra Jadeja bagged 3-18 and England all-rounder David Willey impressed on IPL debut as Chennai beat RCB in Pune.
Shubman Gill smashed 57 not out as Kolkata tightened their grip on an IPL play-off spot by beating Chennai at Eden Gardens.
Chennai Super Kings returned to the top of the IPL table with a 13-run win over Delhi Daredevils in Pune.
Alex Hales and Liam Plunkett made debuts but it was a week of struggle for the rest of England's IPL contingent.
Rohit Sharma's unbeaten 55 saw the Mumbai Indians secure an eight-wicket victory over table-toppers Chennai Super Kings.
MS Dhoni led Chennai to another stunning final-over win as they chased down RCB's 206-run target in six-hitting thriller.
Ben Stokes took an excellent boundary catch but Jason Roy endured a tough time at the crease and in the field...
Sunrisers suffered a second-straight defeat as Kane Williamson's 84 from 51 balls was not enough to see them beat Chennai.
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