Sunday, April 14 will witness two classic matches in the IPL 2019. First up, Kolkata Knight Riders will take on Chennai Super Kings in a fierce battle at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The match will start at 4:00 PM IST. After this match, Sunrisers Hyderabad will face Delhi Capitals on their home turf in Hyderabad. The match will be played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium and will begin at 8:00 PM IST onwards.

This will be the second round clash this season of both the matches in this IPL.

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Chennai and Kolkata played a match recently in Chennai. That match was won by Chennai by seven wickets chasing a low score of 108. Sunrisers, on another hand, had prevailed in the first encounter between Delhi and Hyderabad in Delhi. They had won that particular fixture by five wickets.

All the teams have played seven matches so far, except for Hyderabad who has played six.

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Chennai is leading the points table with six wins and 12 points while Kolkata is in the second position with four wins and eight points. Sunrisers is at the sixth position while Delhi has managed to be in the fourth position. Hyderabad has six points and three wins from their six matches while Delhi has acquired four wins and eight points.

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IPL 2019 Broadcast details

Star Sports will broadcast both the matches of this super Sunday in India.

As the name suggests, Star Sports 1 Hindi will telecast the matches in Hindi while the three other channels will telecast the match in English. Hotstar will stream the matches Live via the app and website. The live streaming would available in English, Hindi and several other regional Indian languages.

Team News of each side to play on Sunday

Kolkata Knight Riders

Chris Lynn, Sunil Narine and Harry Gurney are likely to fit and will replace Joe Denly, Carlos Braithwaite and Lockie Ferguson.

Andre Russell should also be fit in time to feature in the Sunday's clash between KKR and CSK. Rest of the line-up won't see any changes. They are coming into this match after a defeat against Delhi Capitals on Friday.

Chennai Super Kings

CSK isn't a team which likes changing a lot and they will stick to more or less the same side. Scott Kuggeleijn is likely to come back into the XI replacing Mitchell Santner as the Eden Gardens' pitch supports pace bowling. They won their previous match in Jaipur by four wickets against Rajasthan Royals.

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Sunrisers Hyderabad

Kane Williamson is expected to be fit in time for this match. If he returns to lead the SRH side against DC, then Mohammad Nabi could go back to warming the bench. Rest of the side will not see any changes. They would look to come back after losing their last fixture against Kings XI Punjab by six wickets.

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Delhi Capitals

They would be high on confidence after beating KKR in Kolkata the other day. They are likely to bring back Sandeep Lamichhane in place of Keemo Paul considering the slow pitch in Hyderabad. Amit Mishra could also feature in place of Rahul Tewatia who hasn't really bowled or batted in the last few matches.

In all, it will be super Sunday with a double-header in the IPL. Both the matches are expected to be really interesting as we move towards the business end of the tournament slowly.

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