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We bring you highlights as Kevin Pietersen captains Delhi Daredevils

Last Updated: 29/04/14 11:12am

Kings XI Punjab continued their dominance in Pepsi IPL 2014 by registering a five-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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Pietersen is back at the crease for the first time since his contract was terminated by England when he turns out for the Delhi Daredevils.

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Kings XI Punjab continued their dominance in Pepsi IPL 2014 by registering a five-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore.

There is simply no stopping Kings XI Punjab, who maintained their perfect start to the IPL campaign with victory over an out-of-sorts Bangalore Royal Challengers. George Bailey's side have now won all five matches, playing some fantastic cricket along the way.

Chennai Super Kings remain hot on the heels of Kings XI with four wins from their opening five matches. The men in yellow were far from convincing in their latest outing, limping over the line to see off Sunrisers Hyderabad by five wickets.

Chennai Super Kings overcame Sunrisers Hyderabad by five wickets last time out.

With seven star-studded teams featuring the biggest players in Indian cricket and overseas stars including Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians), Dale Steyn (Sunrisers Hyderabad) and AB de Villiers (Royal Challengers Bangalore) battling it out for the top honours, there will be plenty of quailty cricket on show.

And the good news keeps coming because from 2015 you'll be able to watch all 60 matches from the IPL exclusively live on Sky Sports.

The new three-year deal reinforces Sky's unrivalled schedule of year-round cricket, which currently features live coverage of every major cricket Test playing nation until 2016, including England at home and abroad.

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