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Indian Premier League (IPL) franchisees Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals have received a massive shock, with the teams having been suspended from the next two editions of competition.

Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha, who was heading the panel, which was formed to look into betting allegations pertaining to the two sides, delivered the aforementioned verdict on behalf of the investigating committee.

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The return of Albie Morkel to Chennai in the blue and red of the Delhi Daredevils came perilously close to haunt the Super Kings as they scripted a thrilling 1 run win in Game 2 of the Indian Premier League at Chepauk today.

Batting first on being sent in by Delhi Daredevils' skipper JP Duminy, the Chennai Super Kings posted a well under par 150-7 in their 20 overs on what appeared to be a two-paced track in Chennai.

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A top-of-the-table clash between the Chennai Super Kings and the Sunrisers Hyderabad in Chepauk went the way of the hosts as their skipper MS Dhoni saw them to yet another last over victory with an unbeaten 67 from 37 balls, but the result could have been oh so different.

Chasing an imposing target of 160 to win under the lights, Dhoni was dropped on naught by Amit Mishra, who did his best to redeem himself by taking 3 wickets and an excellent catch late on. The game was still very much on the line heading into the final over, but the Sunrisers Hyderabad Skipper Cameron White's bizarre decision to throw the ball to a thus far unused Ashish Reddy cost his team victory.

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The Chennai Super Kings continued to climb up the IPL standings winning yet another low scoring contest as they triumphed over the disintegrating Kolkata Knight Riders by 4 wickets in front of 70,000 boisterous fans at the Eden Gardens. The men in yellow survived a middle order hiccup as 'Sir' Ravindra Jadeja showed the world that IPL is not only about Gayle-storm, taking three crucial wickets before smashing a 14 ball 36 that was studded with three vicious sixes to seal it for the men in yellow.

This was the first time these two sides came face to face after the final of IPL 2012. Kolkata skipper Gautam Gambhir drew first blood by winning the toss and electing to bat first under overcast conditions. Asked what he would have done had the coin landed in his favor, Dhoni confessed he too would have batted first.

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The Chennai Super Kings bounced back from their narrow defeat at the hands of the Mumbai Indians by recording a thumping 10-wicket triumph against the Kings XI Punjab in a one-sided contest at the PCA Stadium in Mohali on Wednesday evening.

Skipper MS Dhoni marshaled his resources effectively in the field to limit the Kings XI to just 138 after winning the toss and putting the home side in. Barring David Hussey's innings of 41 (36 balls) and Gurkeerat Singh's 31 (26 balls), Punjab barely put a foot right with the bat, and were bowled out a ball short of 20 overs.

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