IPL schedule announced: The first match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super King on 19 September

Bansari Bhavsar, Journalist.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the schedule of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Due to Corona, the tournament will start on September 19 without spectators. The first match will be between defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. According to the schedule, 24 matches will be played in Dubai, 20 in Abu Dhabi, and 12 in Sharjah. The schedule of 56 matches of the league has been announced so far. The venue and date of the playoffs will be announced by the board later. The final will be played on Tuesday, November 10. For the first time in the history of the tournament, the final will be played on a weekend instead of Sunday. The tournament will have 10 days doubleheader i.e. 2-2 matches in one day. The evening match will start at 7:30 pm, half an hour earlier than the old schedule. When the afternoon match will be played at 3:30 p.m.
IPL schedule:

Date match venue time
September 19 Mumbai vs Chennai Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
20 September Delhi vs Punjab Dubai 7.30 pm
September 21 Hyderabad vs Bengaluru Dubai at 7.30 pm
September 22 Rajasthan vs Chennai Sharjah at 7.30 pm
September 23 Kolkata vs Mumbai Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
September 24 Punjab vs Bengaluru Dubai at 7.30 pm
September 25 Chennai vs Delhi Dubai 7.30 pm
September 26 Kolkata vs Hyderabad Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
27 September Rajasthan vs Punjab Sharjah at 7.30 pm
September 28 Bengaluru vs Mumbai Dubai 7.30 pm
September 29 Delhi vs Hyderabad Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
30 September Rajasthan vs Kolkata Dubai at 7.30 pm
October 1 Punjab vs Mumbai Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 2 Chennai vs Hyderabad Dubai 7.30 pm
3 October Bengaluru vs Rajasthan Abu Dhabi at 3.30 pm
October 3 Delhi vs Kolkata Sharjah at 7.30 pm
4 October Mumbai vs Hyderabad Sharjah at 3.30pm
October 4 Punjab vs Chennai Dubai 7.30 pm
5 October Bengaluru vs Delhi Dubai 7.30 pm
October 6 Mumbai vs Rajasthan Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 7 Kolkata vs Chennai Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 8 Hyderabad vs Punjab Dubai at 7.30 pm
9 October Rajasthan vs Delhi Sharjah at 7.30 pm
10 October Punjab vs Kolkata Abu Dhabi at 3.30 pm
10 October Chennai vs Bangalore Dubai 7.30 pm
October 11 Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Dubai at 3.30 pm
11 October Mumbai vs Delhi Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
12 October Bengaluru vs Kolkata Sharjah at 7.30 pm
13 October Hyderabad vs Chennai Dubai at 7.30 pm
14 October Delhi vs Rajasthan Dubai 7.30 pm
15 October Bengaluru vs Punjab Sharjah at 7.30 pm
16 October Mumbai vs Kolkata Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
17 October Rajasthan vs Bengaluru Dubai 3.30 pm
17 October Delhi vs Chennai Sharjah at 7.30 pm
18 October Hyderabad vs Kolkata Abu Dhabi at 3.30 pm
18 October Mumbai vs Punjab Dubai at 7.30 pm
October 19 Chennai vs Rajasthan Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
20 October Punjab vs Delhi Dubai at 7.30 pm
October 21 Kolkata vs Bengaluru Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 22 Rajasthan vs Hyderabad Dubai at 7.30 pm
October 23 Chennai vs Mumbai Sharjah at 7.30 pm
October 24 Kolkata vs Delhi Abu Dhabi at 3.30 pm
October 24 Punjab vs Hyderabad Dubai 7.30 pm
October 25 Bengaluru vs Chennai Dubai 3.30 pm
October 25 Rajasthan vs Mumbai Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 26 Kolkata vs Punjab Sharjah at 7.30 pm
October 27 Hyderabad vs Delhi Dubai at 7.30 pm
October 28 Mumbai vs Bengaluru Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 29 Chennai vs Kolkata Dubai 7.30 pm
October 30 Punjab vs Rajasthan Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
October 31 Delhi vs Mumbai Dubai 3.30 pm
31st October Bengaluru vs Hyderabad Sharjah at 7.30 pm
November 1 Chennai vs Punjab Abu Dhabi at 3.30 pm
November 1 Kolkata vs Rajasthan Dubai at 7.30 pm
November 2 Delhi vs Bengaluru Abu Dhabi at 7.30 pm
November 3 Hyderabad vs Mumbai Sharjah at 7.30 pm
Each team will have only 24 players

The IPL Governing Council has allowed each team to carry only 24 players due to Corona. The franchise was previously allowed to have 25 players. Unlimited Corona substitutes are also allowed in the tournament. That is, if a player is found to be Corona positive in the tournament, then the team will be able to include another player in his place. All 60 matches will be played in three stadiums. All 60 matches of the IPL will be played in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah. Confrontations take place at 8 venues in India. For this reason, it will be very easy to keep an eye on corruption and match-fixing in the IPL. This was stated recently by Ajit Singh, Chief of BCCI’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU). Due to Corona, the tournament will be played in a bio-secure environment without spectators players and staff will be tested every five days in the IPLAll franchises in the tournament will be able to substitute Unlimited Corona. The evening match will start half an hour before the old schedule i.e. at 7.30 pm and the afternoon match will start at 3.30 pm instead of 4 pm. For the first time in the history of the IPL, the final will be played on a weekend instead of Sunday. The tournament will have 10 doubleheaders i.e. 2-2 matches in one day Commentators will do a live commentary from home. The suspense remains on England-Australia players

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