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Friday Apr 25 14:38 AEST
Chris Lynn. (Supplied)
Australian batsman Chris Lynn has taken a brilliant last-over catch despite slipping to secure a thrilling IPL victory for the Kolkata Knight Riders.

Glenn Maxwell. (AAP-file)
Glenn Maxwell has continued his scintillating form in the IPL with another big score.

Jonathan Trott. (Getty)
Jonathan Trott is taking a lengthy break for the second time because of a stress-related illness.

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