Gujarat Titans vs Chennai Super Kings Live Score Match 29 T20 16 20 Updates

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19.5 overs (2 runs) 2 runs.

Is Lockie Ferguson short of the crease? Everything happens out there. The appeal for an exit is taken upwards. Lockie is safe, his big dive saved him. That’s it.

19.4 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Only the two now need in two! Miller finds the gap. This is full, again right in the slot. Jordan misses his length. It is struck by square leg and it rushes away to the fence.

19.4 overs (1 run) NO BALL IS IT! This is a bonus run and also a free hit! Just the 6 needed now! A high full throw around, Miller swings, it goes off the outside edge and it’s taken on short third man. Chennai celebrates festival but it is taken upstairs to check. Repetitions show that it is above the waist and has not dipped enough.

Is it out? Miller kicked off a high full shot and was caught on short third man. The referees come together and send the decision up. This is a no ball for height. Free download now! 6 needed from 3 balls.

Another meeting. This time Moeen and Bravo discuss the plans with the bowler. Jordan sweet. He felt the heat.

19.3 overs (6 runs) SIX! That’s why he did not take the run, it’s right in the lock, Jordan’s poor bowling. It’s full and on the pads, Miller loves it there, he flashes it well over the back square leg fence. 7 needed in 3. Another such hit will do. Jordan is the one under pressure. He has already gone for 50 in the 21 balls bowled by him. GT vs CSK: Match 29: It's a SIX!  David Miller beats Chris Jordan.  GT 163/7 (19.3 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 14.00

19.2 overs (0 runs) Two dots in a row! Really good stuff from Jordan! The length is perfect, really full and in the middle, it’s stuck until long and Miller does not run.

19.1 overs (0 runs) A spot to start! It’s full and on the pads, Miller misses out. He seems to be flickering, but misses being hit on the pads. Dhoni does brilliantly to dive to his right and stop it.

Who will bowl the final? There is a confab going on with MS Dhoni calling the shots. 13 needed from 6 balls. Lockie Ferguson stepped in and is at the non-attacker’s end. Chris Jordan to bowl. Here we go …

18.6 overs (0 runs) OUT! Alzarri Joseph holes out! Doesn’t matter much as David Miller will strike for the final over. It was in a way a free hit for Joseph, he tries his best but fails to clear the fence. Fuller and up down, Alzarri Joseph goes hard and cages it after long. Chris Jordan rushes forward and takes a good catch shot.

18.5 overs (0 runs) OUT! CAUGHT! Rashid is gone and it’s a sigh of relief for Chennai. Changing into pace, slower one and at a length to turn down, Rashid runs down the track for a big shot, but leaves it in the air from the bottom of his bat. Do not move from center to left and take the catch at center. End of a dazzling cameo of the Gujarat skipper. 13 needed from 7 balls. GT vs CSK: Match 29: PALJIE!  Rashid Khan c Moeen Ali b Dwayne Bravo 40 (21b, 2x4, 3x6).  GT 157/6 (18.5 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 11.14

18.4 overs (2 runs) Slower one, full and dip in around leg, Rashid sweeps it to deep middle wicket and picks up a few. 13 needed from 8 balls.

18.3 overs (1 run) Fuller in length and wider outside, Miller drives it to deep coverage for one.

18.2 overs (3 runs) Heavy underhand this time! Too full, round, Rashid flies the mini-helicopter and sends it down to the ground. This time the longfield worker makes a stop and saves one run.

18.1 overs (4 runs) FOUR! The Afghan is on fire! Pick the slower length ball around early and hit it over the bowler’s head for a boundary, no chance for long. GT vs CSK: Match 29: Rashid Khan beats Dwayne Bravo for a 4!  GT 151/5 (18.1 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 10.36

17.6 overs (2 runs) Two more and it’s 25 of the ear! The game turned on its head! Gujarat are now surely favorites. The last ball is full and on the pillows it is worked for two by square leg.

17.5 overs (1 run) Not sure what Rashid was trying to do there! A full throw outside, Rashid looks to hit it over the leg side again, it goes from the top edge and it lands safely on the leg side. They take one.

Ms Dhoni is now talking to Chris Jordan.

17.4 overs (6 runs) SIX! KABOOM! This one is over the fence too! What a shot, what a pulse! Absolutely brilliant! It’s outside, at length, Rashid brings his wrists into play and beats it over wide long. 26 now needed in 14. Game is now in Gujarat’s favor. GT vs CSK: Match 29: It's a SIX!  Rashid Khan beats Chris Jordan.  GT 144/5 (17.4 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 11.14

17.3 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Now about the middle! 16 of the first three balls and only 32 now needed in 15 balls. It’s a full throw and it’s hit over the middle of fielder for a boundary. GT vs CSK: Match 29: Rashid Khan beats Chris Jordan for a 4!  GT 138/5 (17.3 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 12.80

17.2 overs (6 runs) MORE SIX! Rashid turns it on now! 12 of the first two balls! This is an outrageous stroke! It’s full and outside, Rashid shoots it over the point and it sails over the fence. GT vs CSK: Match 29: It's a SIX!  Rashid Khan beats Chris Jordan.  GT 134/5 (17.2 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 13.50

17.1 overs (6 runs) SIX! KNAL! This is what Rashid can do and this is what was needed from him! What a hit! It was right in the arc. Full and in the middle, Rashid sweeps it over the center wicket fence. Jordan is now under pressure. GT vs CSK: Match 29: It's a SIX!  Rashid Khan beats Chris Jordan.  GT 128/5 (17.1 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 14.82

Alter! Chris Jordan is back on.

16.6 overs (0 runs) In the end, it’s a dot! A full throw, Miller was probably looking to carve it over short third man, but missed. It’s an outstanding past. 48 needed from 18 now. Rashid will face the first ball of the next over.

16.5 overs (1 run) Just the one! A slower one in the middle, it is swept for one by square leg. What will Miller look for now, is he going to go for a boundary or is he going to run?

16.4 overs (0 runs) A harsh appeal, but rejected! CHENNAI REVIEW! NOT OUT! It’s off the bat! Rashid, a yorker in the middle, gets his bat off in time and knocks it out. Bravo appeals when he feels it’s off the road. It’s taken to the top, but Chennai eventually loses a review. However, this is a dot.

16.3 overs (1 run) Not short! There should have been a better effort! Dube lost it in the lights! A slower one, in the middle, this one holds in the surface. Miller looks to pull, it goes from the top edge, Dube runs in at deep midfield but then stops. Take it on the bounce, just one. Bravo is not satisfied.

16.2 overs (1 run) Almost drag it on! A slower one outside, Khan looks to swing over the line, he gets an inside edge, it goes past the down pole and to fine leg for one.

16.1 overs (1 run) Miller strikes off with a run! Not what Chennai wanted! Full and exterior, it is carved for one to deep point.

15.6 overs (1 run) Wanted two but just got a run! A great return by Maheesh Theekshana! Shorter and on the middle, it is pulled to deep middle wicket. Ravindra Jadeja fiddles, Miller thinks for the second run but is sent back. Never take any chances with Jadeja’s bullet arm.

15.5 overs (1 run) Just the one! Outside, Khan slams it for one door lids.

15.4 overs (0 runs) Right in the block hole. Fast and straight at 103.7 km / h, thanks to Rashid for keeping it safe. Now a dot! Points are gold!

15.3 overs (1 run) Flatter and on, Miller pushes it to lids for one. 8 of the first three.

15.2 overs (6 runs) SIX! KNAL! This is a nothing delivery! It is short and medium and asks to be beaten. David Miller sways back and hammers it over the center wicket fence for a biggie. GT vs CSK: Match 29: It's a SIX!  David Miller beats Maheesh Theekshana.  GT 115/5 (15.2 Ov).  Targets: 170;  RRR: 11.79

15.1 overs (1 run) Flatter and shorter, but outside, it is pulled down to long for one.

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