22nd May: Sunrisers v Rajasthan Royals, 14:30 GMT
24th-28th May: 2nd Test, Headingley
FINAL: Maharashtra held on to beat Hyderabad by 19 runs. Batting first, they scored 119 before being bowled out, Hanuma Vihari and Amit Bhandari both taking three wickets and Digambar Waghmare top scoring with 29. In reply, Hyderabad were dismissed for 100, Samad Falluh returning four for 12 and Kishor Bhikane three for 19.
Semi-finals: Mahrashtra beat Tamil Nadu by three wickets. TN posted 153 for five from their 20 overs, Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan making 37 and Abhinav Mukhund 32 in as many balls. In reply, Maharashtra closed on 154 for seven with two balls to spare, Kiran Adhav thumping an unbeaetn 23 in 14 balls at the death.
Hyderabad beat Delhi by five wickets to progress to the final. Farman Ahmed scored 54 in 38 balls to guide Delhi to 157 for eight despite Vivek Krishna's four for 25 and in reply, Hyderabad got home with an over to spare, Prathyush Reddy top scoring with 33.
Quarter-finals: Maharashtra beat Madhya Pradesh by six wickets. After MP were limited to 120 for nine in their 20 overs, Maharashtra eased home with four overs to spare, Ameya Shrikhande making 35.
Hyderabad beat Mumbai by seven wickets in a high-scoring match. Siddharth Chitnis hit an unbeaten 89 as Mumbai made 181 for seven. However, Hyderabad got home thanks to Prathyush Reddy, who stroked an unbeaten 105 in 54 balls to ensure his side to get home with an over to spare.
Delhi beat Assam by 35 runs. Ankur Julka hit 79 not out to guide them to 170 for five and in reply, Assam were dismissed for 135, Farman Ahmed taking four wickets.
Tamil Nadu beat Himachal Pradesh by three wickets. HP batted first and made 152 for six, Vinit Indulkar making 47 and in reply, TN got home with two balls to spare thanks to an unbeaten 82 in 44 balls from Suresh Kumar.
Pre-quarter-finals: Rishi Dhawan hit 49 as Himachal Pradesh held on to beat Jharkand by 11 runs. Their score of 159 for seven proved to be enough, Abhinav Bali taking two wickets as Jharkand were restricted to 148 for four.
Assam beat Railways by seven wickets. Assam, batting first, scored 155 for seven as wicket-keeper Dhiran Salvi made an unbeaten 60 in 31 balls. In reply, Pritam Debnath made 55 and Parvez Aziz 75 to help Railways get home with five balls to spare.
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