The last fortnight has proved that there are no real favourites in the IPL because every team has the ability and the players to beat any other side. For example, Rajasthan Royals beat an in-form Deccan Chargers the other night to take significant strides up the points table. Since no one team has really forged ahead, it would take a brave man to predict the semifinal line-up at this point.
I landed in Delhi on Thursday, the day Delhi Daredevils registered an impressive win against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Bangalore. I started training with the team on Saturday, and it's great to be back with my old mates once again.
It's wonderful that we have won a game after a bit of a rough patch, and judging by the mood in the side, the win against a form side like Bangalore has lifted everybody's spirits and instilled confidence in the group as we look ahead.
We now come up against Kolkata Knight Riders, who would be boosted by their comfortable win against Kings XI Punjab onRead More »from There are no real favourites in IPL