KKR vs LSG HIGHLIGHTS, IPL 2022: Lucknow qualifies for playoffs, knocks out Kolkata with thrilling 2-run win

KKR vs LSG HIGHLIGHTS, IPL 2022: Get the Indian Premier League score updates of today's match between Lucknow Super Giants and Kolkata Knight Riders from the DY Patil Stadium.

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LSG becomes the second team to qualify for the playoffs with a 2-run win over KKR.   -  SPORTZPICS

Hello and welcome to Sportstar's  coverage of IPL 2022 Match 66 between Kolkata Knight Riders and Lucknow Super Giants from the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai.


AWARDS

Man of the match: Quinton de Kock

Fours Award: Quinton de Kock (4s - 10)

Fastest Delivery of the match: Mohsin Khan (151 kph)

Most Valuable Asset of the match: Quinton de Kock

Powerplayer of the match: Mohsin Khan (2/6 in two overs)

Sixes Award: Quinton de Kock (6s - 10)

Gamechanger of the match:  Quinton de Kock

Super Striker of the match: Rinku Singh (SR. 266.67)


Quinton de Kock, MOM
: I was a little bit cooked. But I had to get out there and get on with the job. It was just a bit of frustration that came out. The last couple of games just the way I was getting out. It was just a bit of release. I didn't know what I was thinking, I was just keeping it in. After our first three overs I thought they were going to struggle to get to our score. But they came out and assessed the game. Shreyas came out and the rest of the guys played well. I thought Stoinis would defend it easily. But after the third one I thought the game is done. But Evin proved catches win matches.

KL Rahul: I should probably get paid more for games like this. We had missed games like this, in this season. Haven't been many games that have gone down to the last ball, maybe some which went to the last over. Happy to be on the other side. Could easily have been on the losing side and have gone back home thinking we lost due to some poor cricket. Good way to finish the last game of the league season. Credit to both teams to make such a brilliant game of cricket. Can't say we held our nerves better because it was a matter of three runs. For Stoinis to execute those plans in the last two balls to get us the win, was brilliant. We batted well, started well with the bat. We knew that KKR would come hard at us, credit to them as they kept playing good shots. The only talk during timeouts was to back your best balls. The minute we went away from the plans was when it became easier for the batters. Good learning for us. Wins like these help to keep the team together. I was a spectator today in the last few overs. He (De Kock) was striking the ball so crisply and cleanly. What we lacked in some of the games were that the guys who were having good days weren't winning us games. Guys getting 30s and 40s had to get us 80s and 90s, and that's exactly what he did.

Stoinis: (On bowling the final over) Initially, my feeling was I should have bowled through the middle. At the start of the over you play a bit to the conditions, a bit to the long boundary, a bit to what the batter wants to do. As things get worse, you go towards what you like to bowl and what works for you. That's a learning for me. Feel more comfortable going for the straighter yorker. We're always aiming at something - at the feet of the batters, at the stumps, at the cones in practice. We're giving him Man of the Match (Lewis for the catch). The conference happens which is good, everyone wants to have an input. But you have to bowl what you believe is your best ball.

Shreyas Iyer, KKR captain: I am not feeling sad at all. That was one of the best games of cricket I have played. The way we should our character and attitude was simply outstanding. I love the way Rinku got us till the end but unfortunately couldn't time it when two balls were remaining, he was really sad. I was hoping he could finish the game for us and could have been the hero, but still played a fantastic knock and I am really happy for him. When we came in, I never thought it would play this way because it was dry and the grass wasn't that wet. I thought there would be little help for the spinners but once they started going. LSG took on the bowlers and got a par total. It was a do or die situation for us, even after losing two wickets in the PowerPlay our mindset was to go for the chase and take it close as possible and put them under pressure. It was a volatile season for us, we started great but lost five games in a row and I personally feel we did a lot of chopping and changing, we had to do that because of the niggles and form, but we also got to know the players like Rinku. The vibe has always been positive in the dressing room and we never hit the panic button. I have built a really good relationship with Baz (McCullum) and he is someone who is calm and composed when the situation is going out of the way, you can go and talk to him at any point of the game. He's got that aura when he walks around the players and never judges the players, all of us are equal for him.

 

KKR 208/8 in 20 overs: Full and wide and Rinku drills it through extra cover for FOUR. Short ball from Stoinis and Rinku thumps it over mid-wicket for SIX runs!!!  In the slot and Rinku clubs it over long-off for another SIX! 5 needed off 3. Stoinis hits full and Rinku flicks it to mid-wicket for two runs. 3 needed off 2 runs.  Slower ball in the air and Rinku hits high in the air and Evin Lewis pulls off an ASTOUNDING catch!! Heartbreak, agony. Rinku departs after nearly sealing the impossible.  Umesh on strike, needs 3 runs in last ball.  OUT! Bowled him with a cracking slower-ball onto the off-stump. LSG seals its playoffs berth with a nerve-wracking 2-run win.

Rinku Singh c Lewis b Stoinis 40 (15b 2x4 4x6)

The final ball seed from Stoinis.   -  SPORTZPICS

 

KKR needs 21 runs in 6 balls. Stoinis with the ball

KKR 190/6 in 18 overs: Length on offer and Narine smacks the ball over long-on for SIX! A single to follow. Shorter ball once again and Rinku steps out to whack the ball over cow corner for another SIX. Rinku misses out on a full-toss and he gets a single. Narine attempts a hoick but only gets a single. Wide from Holder. Rinku fails to knock off a boundary as the over ends with another single.

Holder into the attack

KKR need 38 runs in 12 balls

KKR 173/6 in 18 overs: Avesh feeds length and Rinku clobbers it over mid-wicket for SIX. Rahul is livid. A single to follow. Low-full toss and Narine hammers it over long-off for another SIX.

KKR needs 55 runs in 18 balls

KKR 156/5 in 17 overs: Mohsin fires one in the blockhole and Rinku flicks it down leg for FOUR. Slower-ball outside the off-stump and Russell holes out to the long-off fielder. That should seal the fate of KKR's season. Length ball and Narine whacks it over mid-wicket for SIX to finish.

Andre Russell c Hooda b Mohsin Khan 5 (11b)

KKR 144/5 in 16 overs: Russell attempts a charge but Bishnoi restricts him to a single. Short ball and Billings whacks it over deep backward square for SIX. Bowled him! An excellent riposte from Bishnoi as he rattles the stumps. A massive wicket in the contest as KKR loses another wicket at a crucial juncture. Rinku Singh in at 7.

Sam Billings st †de Kock b Ravi Bishnoi 36 (24b 2x4 3x6)

KKR 134/4 in 15 overs: Short ball from Avesh and Russell flat-bats it to the deep and the ball falls just short of Holder at deep mid-wicket.  Avesh fends away from Russell's arc and restricts him to a single. Beaten. Avesh fires in a quick bouncer past Russell's blade. Avesh follows up with a crackerjack of a yorker to Russell.

KKR needs 79 in 36 balls.

KKR 132/4 in 14 overs: Stoinis to Iyer. OUT! Iyer holes out right after his FIFTY. Stoinis deceives him with the off-cutter and Iyer's slog over the inner-circle fell into the hands of the deep mid-wicket fielder. Russell in at 6. Stoinis tempts him with a slower-bouncer but the big man lets it pass. In the air and Russell escapes with a mistimed hit over mid-wicket to get off the mark.

Shreyas Iyer c Hooda b Stoinis 50 (29b 4x4 3x6)

Stoinis into the attack

KKR needs 84 in 42 balls.

KKR 127/3 in 13 overs: Mohsin works with the change of pace to keep Iyer on his toes. Iyer nearly lobs one back straight to the bowler. Mohsin uses his wits to push the ball wide onto the tramline as Iyer attempts to make room and hit over cover.  A single follows. Billings aims to swing back across the line but misses as Mohsin rolls in another slower delivery.  Top-class over from the left-armer.

Mohsin replaces Iyer

KKR 125/3 in 12 overs: Holder fends short and Iyer hooks it over fine-leg for a cracking SIX. 86 needed off 48 balls and KKR have done well to remain afloat in this chase.

Holder returns

KKR 115/3 in 11 overs: Short ball from Bishnoi and Iyer slaps it just past wide-long off for FOUR. A single to follow. Bishnoi loops one in and Billing shimmies down to slam it over mid-wicket for SIX. Bishnoi sends in a flipper and Billings nudges it fine for a single. 

KKR 99/3 in 10 overs: Low full-toss and Billing scoops it over fine-leg for SIX and it's a no-ball as Avesh oversteps. Billings stays deep in the crease to waltz the fuller ball through extra cover for FOUR. Short ball this time and Billings punishes it with a FOUR behind square.

Avesh returns

KKR 79/3 in 9 overs: Bishnoi wraps one on Billings' front-pad and lets out a huge shout in an appeal. The umpire negates his shout and LSG opt for a review. Replays suggest Umpire's Call on wickets and the decision is upheld. Just four runs from the Bishnoi over.

KKR 75/3 in 8 overs: Gowtham to Rana. OUT! He miscues a slog straight to long-off. Rana's brilliant counter-punch sees a sudden halt.  Sam Billings in at 5. He gets off the mark with a single.  Gowtham continues to bowl from around the stumps to Iyer. A hint of width and Iyer lofts the ball over long-off for SIX.

Nitish Rana c Stoinis b Gowtham 42 (22b 9x4)

KKR 66/2 in 7 overs: Bishnoi keeps it tight on the stumps and there are four singles on the trot. Bishnoi tosses in the googly and Rana sweeps it fine for a single.

Ravi Bishnoi into the attack

KKR 60/2 in 6 overs: Full and wide from Gowtham and Rana hits it inside-out over cover for FOUR. In the air and falls just short from short third-man as Rana attempts another inside-out.  Rana glides it down third-man for FOUR as KKR storms past 50.

KKR in first 3 overs: 10/2; In next 3 overs: 50/0


K Gowtham replaces Avesh

KKR 47/2 in 5 overs: Short delivery and Iyer bashes the ball over cover for FOUR. In the slot and Iyer nonchalantly stomps it over long-off for SIX!  Slower-bouncer down leg and Shreyas swivels to push the ball beside the keeper for FOUR.

KKR 31/2 in 4 overs: Avesh sends in a quick bouncer and the top-edge flies off Rana's blade for FOUR.  Length ball and Rana hits it over the bowler on the rise for a cracking SIX. Avesh comes around the stumps. Room on offer and Rana slogs over cover for FOUR. Rana clears his leg and sends another ball over mid-on for FOUR. Rana blazes another ball through vacant extra-cover for FOUR! Terrific counter-attack this from Rana to unsettle Avesh in his first over. 21 runs from it!

Avesh Khan into the attack

KKR 10/2 in 3 overs: Mohsin continues to run-in with seething pace. He hits the deck and beats Tomar's outside-edge by a whisker. OUT! Tomar's sluggish debut ends with a horrid shot, straight to KL Rahul at mid-on. Mohsin deftly sets in the leg-cutter that undoes Tomar's timing. Shreyas Iyer in at 4. Mohsin goes wide of the popping crease to push a fuller delivery to Iyer. Shreyas hits down the ground and the ball hits the non-striker to deny a probable boundary.

Abhijeet Tomar c Rahul b Mohsin Khan 4 (8b 1x4)

KKR 8/1 in 2 overs: Holder rolls a ball outside the off-stump and Tomar gets off the mark with a glide past backward point for FOUR. Just the boundary off the over as Holder constricts Tomar's bat.

Jason Holder from the opposite end

KKR 4/1 in 1 over: Mohsin starts with a sharp delivery onto the stumps and Iyer pushes it straight back.  He begins with a 150.4kph delivery.  Another dot as he raises his it to 151kph! A hard shot delivery and Venkatesh lobs it just short of the point fielder. Mix-up, mix-up as Tomar sets off and crosses the half-way mark and gets a lucky reprieve. In the AIR and de Kock seizes a blinder! He is unstoppable tonight.  A cracking nip-backer from Mohsin clips Venkatesh's inside-edge and deflects sharply beside de Kock who leaps towards his right in full flight and completes a sensational take. Early jolt for KKR as Lucknow moves closer to its playoffs spot. Mohsin strays on the full and Rana begins with a boundary through square-leg.

Venkatesh Iyer c †de Kock b Mohsin Khan 0 (4b)

Mohsin Khan takes the new ball.

Back for the chase. LSG takes the field as KKR openers Abhijeet Tomar and Venkatesh Iyer walk out to the middle.

Highest individual scores in IPL history

175* - Chris Gayle (RCB) vs PWI, 2013
158* - Brendon McCullum (KKR) vs RCB, 2008
140* - Quinton de Kock (LSG) vs KKR, 2022*

Highest opening stands in IPL history

210* - Quinton de Kock and KL Rahul (LSG) vs KKR, 2022*
185 - Jonny Bairstow and David Warner (SRH) vs RCB, 2019
184* -
Gautam Gambhir and Chris Lynn (KKR) vs GL, 2017

Highest partnerships in IPL history

229 - Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers (RCB) vs GL, 2016
215* - Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers (RCB) vs MI, 2015
210* - Quinton de Kock and KL Rahul (LSG) vs KKR, 2022*

 

LSG 210/0 in 20 overs: The boundary deluge continues. de Kock parries Russell's slower-ball over backward point for FOUR. Short ball and de Kock pulls to the deep and the mid-wicket fielder drops a catch on the fence and concedes FOUR more. Leading-edge and the ball sails off de Kock's bat over short third-man for another FOUR. Full-toss and de Kock crunches it over mid-wicket for another FOUR! A single to finish as de Kock and KL Rahul posts the third-highest partnership in IPL history!

LSG 191/0 in 19 overs: Slower-ball on length and Rahul waits patiently to dismiss it over the bowler for a massive SIX!  A single to follow. Slower-ball on length again and this time it's de Kock who thumps it down the ground for SIX. SIX more! This is shoddy bowling from Southee as de Kock lifts it elegantly over long-on for SIX. Make that THREE in a row! Length ball and de Kock wallops it over mid-wicket for another maximum.

KL Rahul and de Kock notch the highest-opening partnership in IPL history.


 

LSG 164/0 in 18 overs: Russell returns. A single for Rahul and the 150 is up for LSG. Short ball and de Kock pummels the ball over mid-wicket for SIX!  Two runs to follow. FOUR more and de Kock brings up a sensational 59-ball HUNDRED! His second IPL ton and it comes in a crunch game for Lucknow. He's looked nearly unbreakable tonight.

LSG 149/0 in 17 overs: Southee hits the length on return and KL Rahul unleashes a cheeky ramp to beat the short fine-leg fielder for FOUR. Iyer seems to be blank at the moment, certainly out of options.

LSG 140/0 in 16 overs: de Kock premeditates with a shuffle to the off-side and unleashes a stellar sweep for SIX over deep fine-leg. 100th IPL six for de Kock. Varun fends short and de Kock waltzes it over mid-wicket for another gorgeous SIX! Short and width on offer, and de Kock slams it past deep cover for another FOUR. He moves into the 80s and Lucknow are growing menacing by the minute.

Varun into the attack

LSG 122/0 in 15 overs: Narine slides one down leg and de Kock sweeps the ball off one knee over backward square for SIX. Narine regains his composure and forces the batters into cramped spaces. 11 runs from the over.

LSG 111/0 in 14 overs: KL Rahul pushes the ball down to deep cover for a single. Back of a length and de Kock slaps it fine but Narine plucks the ball out of thin air with a casual stroll and denies a boundary. Umesh needles one into the blockhole and Rahul squeezes it to deep cover for another single.  FIFTY for KL as he notches up another half-century.

Umesh Yadav returns

TIMEOUT

LSG 105/0 in 13 overs: Narine comes around the wicket and de Kock unleashes an exquisite reverse-sweep for SIX over backward point! LSG brings up their 100 and looks certain for a mighty finish.

LSG 97/0 in 12 overs: de Kock moves to 49 with a single. KL Rahul pushes the ball to deep mid-wicket for a single. FIFTY for de Kock as he nudges the ball to mid-on.

de Kock becomes the wicketkeeper-batter with most fifty-plus scores (49) in T20 cricket. 


Varun returns

LSG 92/0 in 11 overs: Rana wafts the ball and offers width and de Kock crams it past deep point for FOUR. Nine runs come off the over as LSG builds towards a powerful finish.

Nitish Rana replaces Russell

LSG 83/0 in 10 overs: Short ball and Rahul smokes it over mid-wicket for a massive SIX. POOF! Rahul's surely in his element now. He whips Southee with a nonchalant pick-up flick that sails 91-metres for SIX.  The openers have flipped the switch as 15 runs come off the over.

KL Rahul completes 500 IPL runs for the fifth-consecutive season.


Southee replaces Varun

LSG 68/0 in 9 overs: Russell hits the hard lengths and the batters exchange strike with a couple of singles. Short ball and de Kock hammers it away over mid-wicket for a massive SIX.

Andre Russell into the attack

LSG 57/0 in 8 overs: Varun to continue. A quick slider outside off-stump probes KL Rahul to waft his bat at it but is beaten convincingly. Varun overpitches and Rahul stifles the bowler with a stunning drive down the ground for FOUR and that's FIFTY for LSG. More misery for Varun as he oversteps to concede a free-hit. Varun stuns de Kock with a fiery seam-up delivery that springs off the surface.

TIMEOUT

LSG 48/0 in 7 overs: Narine continues to zip through his overs. Tight lines to both batters who managed only four runs from the over.

LSG 44/0 in 6 overs: Varun gets one to bounce a bit too much and Rahul has been beaten on the outside edge. That has somehow miraculously missed the stumps. de Kock lofts the fuller ball over the off-side. Two bounces and crashes into the boundary board.

LSG 38/0 in 5 overs: A close shave! de Kock tries to be a bit cheeky against Umesh but almost ends up nicking one to Billings. Miscues a pull off the next ball but it lands safely. Riding his luck here, is de Kock. Immaculate timing sees Rahul wrist a maximum over long leg. Southee is left sprawling on the grass as the ball trickles down to the fence. KKR has looked a bit laid back on the field tonight.

LSG 26/0 in 4 overs: Narine replaces Southee. Rahul works the first ball away to midwicket for a couple. The Trinidadian is bowling from the slightly drier end and comes round the wicket to de Kock. Only four off the over.

LSG 22/0 in 3 overs: Umesh to de Kock. Dropped! Length ball and de Kock swivels to slap it straight to the debutant Abhishek Tomar who drops the catch at third-man.  de Kock connects this time as he whacks Umesh across the line for a huge SIX over mid-wicket.

LSG 14/0 in 2 overs: Southee starts off with a slower ball on length to Rahul. The LSG skipper defends neatly. The ball strays towards the pads and Rahul flicks it fine for a single. A hint of swing from Southee as the ball slides down towards leg. de Kock quickly flicks it through square for a delicate FOUR. A single to finish.

Tim Southee from the opposite end

LSG 8/0 in 1 over: Umesh begins with a fuller delivery onto the pads and de Kock nudges it to the on-side.  Shorter from Umesh and de Kock tucks it down leg for a single. A sharp delivery to Rahul first-up. He nudges it to the leg-side for a quick single. de Kock sets off another single and Russell hits the non-striker's throw with a sharp hit as the batters sneak in the extra run.  Short ball springing up to the shoulder and de Kock gets a nick over the keeper for FOUR.

Umesh Yadav up with the new ball. de Kock on strike.

KL Rahul and Quinton de Kock walk out for LSG.

Action begins.  KKR players take the field.

Kolkata Knight Riders XI: Abhijeet Tomar, Venkatesh Iyer, Shreyas Iyer(c), Nitish Rana, Rinku Singh, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Sam Billings (w), Tim Southee, Umesh Yadav, Varun Chakaravarthy

Lucknow Super Giants XI: KL Rahul (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Evin Lewis, Manan Vohra, Deepak Hooda, Jason Holder, Marcus Stoinis, Krishnappa Gowtham, Ravi Bishnoi, Avesh Khan, Mohsin Khan.

TOSS: LSG wins the toss, opts to bat

KL Rahul: We'll bat first. The pitch looks a bit dry. Last few games, it's been tough chasing. We have to be positive, we've done really well in the tournament. We need to start afresh, try to win this game and enjoy. We'll focus all of our energy on this game. We do have quality in the middle-order, everyone's experienced, you trust them to figure it out.

KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer at the centre for the toss.

6:51PM IST: Manan Vohra will make his LSG debut. Abhijeet Tomar to debut for KKR.

Pitch Report fro Graeme Swann: It's the the last game at the DY Patil Stadium this season. Over 6000 runs, nearly 250 wickets - the ground staff have provided brilliant wickets, amazing outfield. We are in the middle of the square today - 70m on one side, 73 on the other side (square boundaries). No worries for the captain or the bowler working out where to put your fielders. As a spinner, I am absolutely licking my lips at this pitch. It has got a bit tired, it's very flat, there's even grass coverage and it is still rock hard. This is going to turn, it's going to grip for the spinners. The team winning the toss should bat first. If you can get to 155-160 on this pitch, you are in the game.

 

5:20PM IST: IPL's mid-table mania stretches to another match day. Lucknow can seal its playoffs berth with a win tonight. A defeat would mean curtains for Kolkata's bid altogether.

Sr noTeamsPlayedWonLostNRRPoints
1Gujarat Titans (Q)13103+0.39120
2Rajasthan Royals1385+0.30416
3Lucknow Super Giants1385+0.26216
4Delhi Capitals1376+0.25514
5Royal Challengers Bangalore1376-0.32314
6Kolkata Knight Riders1367+0.16012
7Punjab Kings1367-0.04312
8Sunrisers Hyderabad1367-0.23012


MATCH PREVIEW

Lucknow Super Giants has one foot in the Indian Premier League playoffs and when the K.L. Rahul-led team takes on Kolkata Knight Riders at the DY Patil Stadium on Wednesday, it would be aiming to seal its spot in the top-four.

Currently placed third with 16 points, Lucknow lost its last two games - against Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals - and captain Rahul admits “there is a bit of pressure” going forward.

In their last two outings, Lucknow batters have struggled in the Powerplay and the team will largely depend on Rahul and Quinton de Kock to regain their touch. While the middle-order is anchored by Deepak Hooda, Krunal Pandya and Ayush Badoni need to be consistent.

READ: Ajinkya Rahane ruled out of IPL 2022, set to miss India's England tour

For the Knights, too, it is a must-win match. However, even if it wins against Super Giants, KKR can only make it to the playoffs if both Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals lose their games against Gujarat Titans and Mumbai Indians, respectively.

But keeping the calculations aside, KKR aims to defeat Lucknow and for that, it has its hopes pinned on the all-round abilities of Andre Russell. With Ajinkya Rahane ruled out of the tournament due to an injury, KKR’s top-order depends on how Shreyas Iyer and Nitish Rana fare against Lucknow pacers - Avesh Khan and Mohsin Khan.

In the absence of Pat Cummins, Umesh Yadav and Tim Southee will spearhead KKR’s bowling, while the spin duo of Sunil Narine and Varun Chakravarthy needs to be in their element.

- Shayan Acharya

 


 

KKR vs LSG PLAYING XI PREDICTION

Kolkata Knight Riders predicted XI: Venkatesh Iyer, Baba Indrajith, Shreyas Iyer (c), Nitish Rana, Sam Billings (wk), Rinku Singh, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Umesh Yadav, Tim Southee, Varun Chakravarthy.

Lucknow Super Giants predicted XI: Quinton de Kock (wk), KL Rahul (c), Deepak Hooda, Krunal Pandya, Ayush Badoni, Marcus Stoinis, Jason Holder, Mohsin Khan, Ravi Bishnoi, Dushmantha Chameera, Avesh Khan.


KKR vs LSG DREAM11 FANTASY TEAM PREDICTION

Wicketkeepers: Quinton de Kock, KL Rahul, Sam Billings

Batters: Deepak Hooda (c), Marcus Stoinis, Shreyas Iyer

All-rounders: Andre Russell (vc), Jason Holder

Bowlers: Umesh Yadav, Avesh Khan, Varun Chakravarthy

Team Composition: KKR 5:6 LSG Credits Left: 0.5

 

KKR vs LSG HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORD

Lucknow Super Giants (176/7) won its only game against Kolkata Knight Riders (101) by 75 runs.

SQUADS

Lucknow Super Giants: KL Rahul (c), Manan Vohra, Evin Lewis, Manish Pandey, Quinton De Kock, Ravi Bishnoi, Dushmantha Chameera, Mohsin Khan, Mayank Yadav, Ankit Rajpoot, Avesh Khan, Andrew Tye, Marcus Stoinis, Kyle Mayers, Karan Sharma, Krishnappa Gowtham, Ayush Badoni, Deepak Hooda, Krunal Pandya. Jason Holder.

Kolkata Knight Riders: Aaron Finch, Abhijeet Tomar, Ajinkya Rahane, Baba Indrajith, Nitish Rana, Pratham Singh, Rinku Singh, Shreyas Iyer (c), Ashok Sharma, Pat Cummins, Rasikh Dar, Shivam Mavi, Tim Southee, Umesh Yadav, Varun Chakaravarthy, Aman Khan, Andre Russell, Anukul Roy, Chamika Karunaratne, Mohammed Nabi, Ramesh Kumar, Sunil Narine, Venkatesh Iyer, Sam Billings, Sheldon Jackson

 

AT WHAT TIME DOES TODAY'S IPL 2022 MATCH - KKR vs LSG START?

The IPL 2022 match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Lucknow Super Giants begins at 7:30 PM IST.

WHERE TO WATCH TODAY'S IPL MATCH - KKR vs LSG LIVE?

IPL 2022 will be aired live on Star Sports channels - Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 3 and Star Sports 3 HD. It will also be streamed live on Disney+Hotstar. You can also follow the live commentary and latest updates from IPL 2021 on Sportstar.