After a thrilling climax to the Indian Premier League, we look at the performances of the England players involved.
Stunning one-handed catches and a whole lot of Dominic Cork… check out the best bits from IPL 11 afer Chennai's title triumph.
As we move into the play-offs, we reflect on Week Seven and what would prove the final contribution for some England players...
Holders Mumbai Indians failed to qualify for the play-offs after suffering a dramatic 11-run loss to Delhi Daredevils.
Delhi Daredevils fielders Glenn Maxwell and Trent Boult combined twice to dismiss two of Mumbai Indians' batsmen.
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.
Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Delhi Daredevils by five wickets in the battle of the IPL basement sides on Saturday.
Rishabh Pant's stunning century for Delhi proved in vain as IPL table-toppers Sunrisers cruised to a nine-wicket win.
Jos Buttler slammed back-to-back fifties for Rajasthan Royals, while David Willey made a bright debut for Chennai Super Kings.
Alex Hales struck an impressive 45 to help table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad seal a seven-wicket win over Delhi Daredevils.
Jos Buttler's first fifty of IPL 11 proved in vain as Rajasthan slipped to a four-run defeat to Delhi, who move off bottom spot.
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.
Shreyas Iyer made the perfect start as Delhi captain as he smashed an unbeaten 93 to lead his side to a 55-run win over KKR.
Liam Plunkett's three wickets on IPL debut came in a losing cause as Delhi Daredevils were beaten by Kings XI Punjab.
Ben Stokes took an excellent boundary catch but Jason Roy endured a tough time at the crease and in the field...
AB de Villiers struck a brilliant unbeaten 90 to lead Royal Challengers Bangalore to a six-wicket victory over Delhi Daredevils.
Trent Boult produced a simply sensational one-handed catch to dismiss Virat Kohli in the IPL match between RCB and Delhi.
Jason Roy failed to match his weekend heroics as Andre Russell helped blaze Kolkata to an IPL victory over Delhi.
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