CSK vs KKR IPL 2015 live score: Star Sports and Sony Six live streaming & highlights

Kolkata Knight Riders is a team of unpredictability. The team who kick started a promising run chase against Chennai Super Kings in the last match fell midway and finally Chennai triumphed in front of their home audience.

Now, the same teams are all set to lock horns each other at Eden Gardens on April 30, 2015.

Chennai Super Kings are currently in the top spot of the point table, while Kolkata Knight Riders are in the third spot.

Kolkata Knight Riders have lost the two out of the last three matches they played, and one match was abandoned due to rain.

SRK KKR 2015

The match will begin at 08:00 PM, and it will be shown live by Set Max and Sony Six in India. Geo Super is telecasting the match in Paksitan, while Willow TV is doing the same in United States of America.

Watch live streaming on Star Sports website here or on Hotstar.com here.

Viewers in the US will be able to watch on ESPNCricket2015.com.

Kolkata Knight Riders were inconsistent throughout the tournament. They started their IPL campaign with a spanking win against Mumbai. But later, they started winning and losing in alternate matches.

On the other hand, Chennai Super Kings team under the leadership of Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni has shown some impeccable piece of cricket throughout the tournament.

Recently, they hammered Mumbai Indians and Bangalore Royal Challengers in a convincing manner, and these two wins have literally increased their morale of the side.

The main strength of Chennai Super Kings are their openers. Both Dwayne Smith and Brendon McCullum have been quite successful in this tournament, and the good start given by them played a crucial role in enhancing their winning chances in all the matches.

The pitch in Eden Gardens is batting friendly, and the curator predicts a score which is nothing less than 160 in the first innings.

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