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first_img Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:09 (IST) TOSS: Delhi Capitals opt to bowl  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Toss is just 20 minutes away now! How excited are you?  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 12 runs off the first over! 6 needed off the last over! And…that’s FOUR! Nikhil gets lucky on the first ball there!  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Kuldeep Yadav is back into the attack. Interestingly, he hasn’t been able to pick wicket this season! Will he break the jinx today?  20:09 (IST) That’s a moment in the game! Russell on the ground! Will he be able to play further?  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Prithvi Shaw is now playing with the bowlers and of course the fielders. Even Pant has been doing a good thing to give Shaw strike as much as possible. After 16 overs, it’s 152/2. 00:36 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Delhi Capitals players are out in the middle. Lynn is joined with a new partner Nikhil Naik! HERE WE GO!  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Ball 2: Yorker. Much needed dot ball from Capitals’ point of view! 00:11 (IST) 00:14 (IST) Ball 1: Just one run down to the mid-wicket by Pant 19:10 (IST) 23:50 (IST) Rabada will bowl the over for Delhi Capitals! Kolkata Knight Riders (Playing XI): Chris Lynn, Nitish Rana, Robin Uthappa, Nikhil Naik, Dinesh Karthik(w/c), Shubman Gill, Andre Russell, Piyush Chawla, Kuldeep Yadav, Lockie Ferguson, Prasidh Krishna WICKET: This is Rishabh Pant’s wicket. Is there anything, he can’t do? Flies to his left and plucks this one with his left glove. Another failure for Lynn! Yes, Dinesh Karthik will open with Andre Russell! 22:46 (IST) New Delhi: We have witnessed a crackerjack of an encounter between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders and one will have to say that both the team didn’t give an inch to the other and eventually the game went to super over. Kolkata Knight Riders had lost five quick wickets up front but Andre Russell and Dinesh Karthik had some other plans and scored 185 runs on the board. Delhi Capitals, while chasing lost Shikhar Dhawan early in the innings but Shreyas Iyer along with star-sensation Prithvi Shaw which made the team look in a strong position. Shaw’s 99 made the target look not so competitive. However, just when Shaw departed, Kolkata came well in the last over, pulling off a super over clash. In Super Over, it was Shreyas Iyer’s team who held their nerves better and upstaged Kolkata Knight Riders by 3 runs in a nail-biting clash at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi.  LIVE SCORECARD Okay, so Delhi Capitals players are out in the middle. It’s still a mystery as who will join Russell. Is it Dinesh Karthik?  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:02 (IST) Delhi Capitals (Playing XI): Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Colin Ingram, Hanuma Vihari, Chris Morris, Sandeep Lamichhane, Kagiso Rabada, Harshal Patel, Amit Mishra Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Second wicket for Harshal Patel. Wickets tumbling for KKR here.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:26 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:01 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Robbie was looking good but will have to depart. Tried to flick the ball onto the on side but couldn’t. Struck right in front! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:25 (IST) 21:56 (IST) Robin Uthappa comes to the crease!  19:59 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Kolkata Knight Riders is in absolute trouble here. Russell and Karthik trying to repair the innings. After 12 overs, it’s 90/5.  Shikhar Dhawan is the first to depart. He was looking deadly dangerous for his 16 runs but just couldn’t continue. After 5 overs, it’s 33/1.  19:55 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 19:34 (IST) Ball 6: Pant just couldn’t end on high! Delhi finish with 10 runs. Target: 11 Harshal Patel comes into the attack now. For KKR to do well, Lynn and Robbie need to stick to the wicket and play decently here. After 5.3 overs, it’s 31/1. 00:13 (IST) 23:48 (IST) WICKET: What did we see here! Vihari OUT! 2 still needed off one ball! 21:11 (IST) ALERT: Captain stands when the side needed him most! 17th IPL fifty for him! That’s it from us! Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we did to bring this to you. Do join us for the next game. Till then, Tada! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Oh no, dear! Oh no! Prithvi Shaw gets out on 99. What an innings that was! 3 needed off 3 balls! 7 off 15 balls for Nikhil! Feeling the pressure?  00:08 (IST) DROPPED! Just don’t look towards Shubman Gill. Just don’t!  23:45 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Teams: WICKET: Shreyas Iyer was looking good. He hammered the ball all around the ground but in the end, fell just short of well deserved fifty! 20:34 (IST) 00:16 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 50-run partnership between Andre Russell and Dinesh Karthik.  Ball 2: Shreyas Iyer on strike. FOUR down the fine leg region!  23:59 (IST) And it’s SUPER OVER! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:43 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:10 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:37 (IST) 21:27 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: KKR sink further! 5 Down!  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:00 (IST) Both sides lost their review in less than 4 overs! 20:06 (IST) Kolkata Knight Riders 185/8 in 20 overs (Andre Russell 62, Harshal Patel 2/40) 22:59 (IST) 23:15 (IST) WICKET: Rishabh Pant tried to finish early and gets out! Kuldeep gets first wicket of this season! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked Incenter_img 21:43 (IST) 23:24 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Ball 1: Just a flick onto the on side and FOUR! Russell continues his dream run! Onto it and.. way she goes! That’s Delhi Capitals’ skipper for you! SIX! 50-run partnership between Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw! 23:53 (IST) 23:47 (IST) 20:01 (IST) 00:14 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In ALERT: Prithvi Shaw gets to his third IPL fifty! 23:58 (IST) 50 up for Delhi Capitals! Ball 5: Another short ball from Prasidh and Pant couldn’t time it. 2 runs more.  21:08 (IST) 20:55 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Excellent over by Sandeep Lamichhane, just one off the over! After 2 overs, it’s 13/0.  23:40 (IST) IPL 2019: First Super Over of season between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:09 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Run out on the last ball. Even then, KKR finish on a high. A good score to defend.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:04 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 2 needed off 2 balls! Can we witness a super over here? Super Over: The players are out in the middle. Kolkata Knight Riders will field first! Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant will open for Delhi Capitals here! 21:37 (IST) 22:33 (IST) Andre Russell continues his superlative form. Just wow. Not much to say. He is doing this on a regular basis! Fifth 50 from him. He is in some form! After 17 overs, it’s 145/5.  00:12 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:46 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Hello and a warm welcome! We are all set from another crackerjack of a game between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders. Delhi Capitals started off their Indian Premier League campaign with a won under their belt at Wankhede Stadium. However, in the first home game, the team just couldn’t capitalize and lost to Chennai Super Kings. Kolkata, on the other hand, has won their first two games. Both games were played at Eden Gardens and this remains to be seen how they perform outside their own den.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Andre Russell is coming to bat! Good news for every KKR fan! 00:06 (IST) 23:03 (IST) WICKET: Struck right in front and Nikhil departs! He was never there, to be honest!  150 up for Delhi Capitals! 21:49 (IST) The rebuilding phase has just begun and one will have to say that a lot depends on how Pant and Shreyas Iyer play here! After 14 overs, it’s 132/2. Ball 5: Just one run ! 20:18 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 22:43 (IST) 21:56 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Prithvi Shaw is on 99!  22:40 (IST) Shaw is just 19 runs away from registering his first IPL hundred!  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 19:55 (IST) 23:37 (IST) Superb shot by Prithvi Shaw! Looking really positive! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:17 (IST) Ball 3: Shreyas Iyer smashed the ball right up! Will have to go back to the pavilion! First wicket down for Delhi Capitals! 20:39 (IST) 20:16 (IST) 100 up for Kolkata Knight Riders!  Chawla starts his innings with a huge six over mid-wicket. After 18.2, it’s 163/6.  22:52 (IST) 3 needed off 4 balls! Ball 3: Knocked him over! Russell departs! My word! Rabada has done it for Capitals!  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:31 (IST) Ball 6: Just 1 run! And Delhi Capitals win! What an over Rabada has bowled here! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:18 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 22:47 (IST) WICKET: Finally smiles in Delhi camp. Dangerous Russell OUT! Morris pitches it short and Russell tried to deposit in the stands. However, he gets a top-edge and straight into the hands of the fielder.  19:10 (IST) 23:49 (IST) 00:15 (IST) Delhi Capitals has made four changes.  Finally, 50 up for Kolkata Knight Riders. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:03 (IST) RESULT: Delhi Capitals beat Kolkata Knight Riders in a super over clash  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 00:03 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:28 (IST) Ball 4: Just a single down to third man region! 23:47 (IST) The powerplay has been evenly matched. Shikhar departed early, but even then the team came back strongly. After 6 overs, it’s 45/1. 22:38 (IST) Ball 4: Prithvi Shaw comes to the crease! But Pant was on strike. He smashed the ball over the cover fielder and will fetch 2 runs.  Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked Inlast_img read more

first_img Related Articles Share ASA monitoring sweep marks gambling as the worst underage advertising offender August 26, 2020 Submit UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 StumbleUpon UK gambling adopts toughest online advertising code to protect underage audiences August 27, 2020 Share As I write this, we await the Government’s review of gaming machines and social responsibility measures that is due to be published later this month, according to comments by the Secretary of State when she appeared before the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee on 11 October. She added that this would be followed by a full 12-week consultation that “will put forward a number of options on many different aspects of gambling”.I wonder if there was a last-minute reappraisal of those options after a front page Sunday Times article was published on 8 October entitled “Cartoons lure kids to online gambling”,  alleging that children are being targeted by operators who use cartoon and storybook characters in both their “pay to play” and “play for free” online gambling games. Predictably, the Daily Mail was not slow to throw in its tuppence worth with articles entitled “Online bookies ‘use cartoons to target children’: Regulators investigate firms after they are accused of using characters to promote casino games” and “Gambling firms targeting children are just as wicked as drug pushers”. Although these stories have focused on online casino games, the repercussions could be equally damaging for online betting operators. The Gambling Commission has already sounded its warning. Tim Miller, its Executive Director for Corporate Affairs and Research wrote an open letter to the Editor of the Sunday Times the day after its article appeared, emphasising that the Commission will continue to take firm action where gambling businesses fail to protect vulnerable people, especially children.He went on to refer to the Commission’s wide-ranging review of online gambling that commenced earlier this year and the ongoing examination by the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board of the wider relationship between children and gambling, commenting that “together these will give a clear picture of where further action may be necessary”.These allegations will certainly have served to pour oil on already troubled waters following, as they do, concerns expressed by the Commission in November 2016 about findings in a research study amongst 11 – 15 year olds entitled ”Young people and gambling 2016” indicating that  450,000 children are gambling in England and Wales every week, of which about 9,000 are likely to be problem gamblers.Then, in February this year, the Commission’s “Gambling participation 2016: behaviour, awareness and attitudes” report revealed that the most important gambling policy issue for the general public is having controls in place to ensure that children and young people are not exposed to gambling. This was followed a month later by a warning from the Commission to parents to be vigilant to the dangers and risks to their children of gambling associated with video games following the publication of its Virtual currencies, eSports and social casino gaming position paper.Professor Mark Griffiths of Nottingham Trent University’s International Gaming Research Unit was quoted in one of the Daily Mail articles as saying: “Research has shown that when we look at those children who are problem gamblers, the No. 1 risk factor is playing online games for free. Children are getting access via their mobile phone to these games in a much easier way than even five years ago”.The Industry Group for Responsible Gambling has very recently announced a number of enhancements to the Gambling Industry Code for Socially Responsible Advertising, the new (3rd) edition of which has just been published. It reinforces the LCCP requirements that:“care must be taken not to exploit children and other vulnerable persons in relation to gambling activity; andadvertisements should not be specifically and intentionally targeted towards people under the age of 18 through the selection of media, style of presentation, content or context in which they appear. All advertisers and gambling operators should already be aware that it is an offence under Section 46 of the Gambling Act 2005 to invite a child or young person to gamble”,and adds that “more generally, it is understood that the government intends, in co-operation with the industry and other stakeholders, to undertake further work to ensure that under-18s are suitably protected when using social media”.Although existing guidance to the CAP and BCAP Codes emphasises the need for advertisers to ensure that they respect the need to protect children, young persons and other vulnerable persons from being harmed or exploited by advertising that features or promotes gambling, it may not be coincidental that on the day after the Sunday Times article was published, the ASA published an updated online advice note entitled “Betting & Gaming: Appeal to Children”.That advice note refers to a series of ASA rulings that have determined principles that need to be followed to ensure that advertisements for gambling will not have particular appeal to children. They include the following:the use of cartoons or cartoon-like imagery has the potential to appeal to under-18s, and it is therefore important that they are used carefully in ads for gambling products,the inclusion of a popular comic book character is likely to have particular appeal to children and young people in breach of the Advertising Codes, regardless of the fact that it is unlikely to be viewed by many children,gambling products should avoid names that are likely to appeal to under 18-year-olds, particularly if presented with colourful and exaggerated cartoon-like imagery, that is likely to strengthen that appeal andwhile some ‘cartoon’-style graphics might be acceptable if they are adult in their execution, marketers run the risk of appealing to under-18s if they are too similar in their appearance to cartoons popular with children.It also points out that where an ad features content that may appeal particularly to children but appears in a context that effectively excludes children from seeing it, that content may be considered acceptable. That was the effect of an ASA ruling in May this year finding that Ladbrokes had taken sufficient measures to send an ad featuring the Iron Man comic book character only to over-18s. Although the Iron Man theme in itself was considered likely to have particular appeal to children, the ad was only sent to the registered e-mail addresses of established customers who had been validated as being over 18. In relation to this ruling (that reversed a previous decision on the same facts), the ASA stated: “This exception to the rule that gambling ads must not include content that is of particular appeal to under 18s is unlikely to apply to media where the targeting information depends on unverified audience self-reporting, or where a sufficiently robust prohibition of under-18s is not in place. In such circumstance, the content appealing in particular to under-18s is still likely to breach the Code”.With rising tides of public concern now seeming to drive gambling policy in Great Britain, it is quite possible that the Gambling Commission and/or the ASA may impose more rigorous regulatory requirements in the near future to further reinforce the licensing objective of “protecting children and other vulnerable persons from being harmed or exploited by gambling”.However, all gambling operators should beware of complacency in the meantime, as it needs to be remembered that it is not just a question of observing the Advertising Codes. As the Gambling Industry Code for Socially Responsible Advertising reminds us, section 46 of the Gambling Act 2005 provides that a person commits an offence if he invites, causes or permits a child or young person to gamble. Intentionally sending a document advertising gambling to a child or young person is an invitation to the child or young person to gamble, as too is intentionally bringing the child or young person’s attention to information about gambling with a view to encouraging them to gamble.________________David Cliftonlast_img read more

first_imgAccording to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Trump stated on the call that the goal was for leagues to be playing games with fans in attendance by August and September, although no one is sure whether that’s a realistic target at this point.Donald Trump also told commissioners that he hopes to have fans back in stadiums and arenas by August and September, sources said, though it is currently unclear if medical experts find that to be a realistic timeline amid the current coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/EFqDryGlTQ— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 4, 2020At least one state governor, Gavin Newsom of California, is not counting on that happening. On his daily press briefing just now @GavinNewsom tells me flatly re #NFL starting season on time w/fans in stands in the CA stadiums: “I’m not anticipating that happening in this state.” @AdamSchefter https://t.co/ejqC423Vtk— Ronald Brownstein (@RonBrownstein) April 4, 2020Given the wording of both statements, it’s possible leagues could resume earlier than that without fans in attendance. Either way, it looks like it will be August at the absolute earliest before leagues can even consider resuming their seasons.MORE: Four things we’ll miss if the NHL season is cancelledSo, what does that mean for the NHL? Well, it certainly doesn’t make things any easier.Bettman appears determined to award the Stanley Cup this year one way or another, even if that means summer hockey. His reported concern over a conflict with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is no longer an issue, so the summer could provide the window necessary for the league to decide a champion in prime-time TV slots. However, even resuming games in the summer is in doubt at this point.It’s unclear what the league’s exact plan is to deal with the situation, but it looks increasingly likely that the regular season is over, even if that means sending 24 teams to the playoffs. However, the number of disrupted events has continued to grow, with summer development camps and rookie tournaments looking likely to join the scouting combine, NHL Awards and NHL Draft on the list of postponements. One of the league’s main goals from the start has been to avoid disrupting the 2020-21 season. “The only definite for us is we certainly don’t want to do anything around a resumption of play this season that will impact our ability to have a full season next year,” NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told The Athletic in mid-March. “So that’s kind of the outside parameters and rules we’re following currently. Everything else is kind of up for grabs for lack of a better term.”As more time goes by without an end to this crisis in sight and more events continue to get postponed, it only gets harder and harder for the league to avoid seriously compromising the 2020-21 schedule. At a certain point, trying to complete the current season will become more trouble than it’s worth, and that point could be coming very soon. With essentially the entire sporting world on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. President Donald Trump spoke with the commissioners of 13 different leagues on Saturday to address the future of sports in America. One of those commissioners was the NHL’s Gary Bettman. The NHL has been on hold since March 12, when Bettman released a statement saying the league’s goal was “to resume play as soon as it is appropriate and prudent so that we will be able to complete the season and award the Stanley Cup.”last_img read more