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IPL T20 2020


The 2020 Indian Premier League, otherwise called IPL 13 is planned to be the thirteenth period of the IPL, an expert Twenty20 cricket association built up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007.

The competition was initially planned to start on 29 March 2020, yet was suspended until 15 April due to the worldwide Covid pandemic. After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared on 14 April that the lockdown in India would go on until at any rate 3 May 2020, the BCCI suspended the competition inconclusively. On 2 August 2020, it was declared that the competition would be played between 19 September and 10 November 2020 in the United Arab Emirates. On 10 August 2020, the Indian government gave its consent for the competition to happen in the UAE.

On 4 August 2020, VIVO pulled out as the title backer of the Indian Premier League (IPL) during the current year’s version. On 18 August, Fantasy cricket alliance stage Dream11 has been named title supports rights with the offer of ₹222 crore for IPL 2020. On 29 August, Indian online instruction innovation organization Unacademy has been named official accomplice of IPL till 2022The 2020 Indian Premier League, otherwise called IPL 13 is planned to be the thirteenth period of the IPL, an expert Twenty20 cricket association built up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007.

The competition was initially planned to start on 29 March 2020, yet was suspended until 15 April due to the worldwide Covid pandemic. After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared on 14 April that the lockdown in India would go on until at any rate 3 May 2020, the BCCI suspended the competition inconclusively. On 2 August 2020, it was declared that the competition would be played between 19 September and 10 November 2020 in the United Arab Emirates. On 10 August 2020, the Indian government gave its consent for the competition to happen in the UAE.

On 4 August 2020, VIVO pulled out as the title backer of the Indian Premier League (IPL) during the current year’s version. On 18 August, Fantasy cricket alliance stage Dream11 has been named title supports rights with the offer of ₹222 crore for IPL 2020. On 29 August, Indian online instruction innovation organization Unacademy has been named official accomplice of IPL till 2022

Dates 19 September – 10 November 2020
Administrator(s) Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
Cricket format Twenty20
Tournament format(s) Double Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s) United Arab Emirates
Participants 8

Teams

  • Chennai Super Kings LogoChennai Super Kings
  • Delhi Capitals logo Delhi Capitals
  • Kings-XI-Punjab-LogoKings XI Punjab
  • Kolkata-Knight-Riders-LogoKolkata Knight Riders
  • Mumbai-Indians-LogoMumbai Indians
  • Rajasthan-Royals-LogoRajasthan Royals
  • Royal-Challengers-Bangalore-LogoRoyal Challengers Bangalore
  • SunRisers-HyderabadSunrisers Hyderabad

Venues

United Arab Emirates
Dubai Sharjah Abu Dhabi
Dubai International Cricket Stadium Sharjah Cricket Stadium Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 25,000 Capacity: 17,000 Capacity: 20,000

Broadcasters

IPL 2020 Broadcasters Country
Star Sports (10 channels in 6 languages)

Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports Select 1 & Star Sports Select 1 HD (in English Commentary), Star Sports 1 Hindi & Star Sports 1 Hindi HD (in Hindi Commentary), Star Sports 1 Tamil, Suvarna Plus Kannada, Jalsha Movies (Bengali), Maa Movies (Telugu)

India, Bhutan, Nepal
GEO Super (Unfortunately banned this year) Pakistan
Sky Sports Cricket / Sky Sports Mix (IPL broadcast in the UK) UK & Ireland
Willow TV, ESPN USA, Canada
Channel 9 Bangladesh
Fox Sports Australia
Lemar TV Afghanistan
Measat (Astro) Malaysia, Brunei
Supersport South Africa & Sub-Saharan territories
BeIN Sport MENA / UAE
Now TV Hong Kong
SingTel, Eleven Sports, Starhub Singapore
Flow TV Caribbean
Carlton Sports Network, ESPN, STAR Cricket Sri Lanka
Sky Sports New Zealand
EMTV Papua New Guinea
Hotstar IPL Live Streaming IPL 2020 India, USA

Past Results

Season Final Final venue Number of teams Player of the series
Winner Winning margin Runner-up
2008 Rajasthan Royals 164/7 (20 overs) Won by 3 wickets Chennai Super Kings 163/5 (20 overs) DY Patil Stadium 8 Shane Watson
2009 Deccan Chargers 143/6 (20 overs) Won by 6 runs Royal Challengers Bangalore 137/9 (20 overs) Wanderers Stadium (South Africa) 8 Adam Gilchrist
2010 Chennai Super Kings 168/5 (20 overs) Won by 22 runs Mumbai Indians 146/9 (20 overs) DY Patil Stadium 8 Sachin Tendulkar
2011 Chennai Super Kings 205/5 (20 overs) Won by 58 runs Royal Challengers Bangalore 147/8 (20 overs) M. A. Chidambaram Stadium 10 Chris Gayle
2012 Kolkata Knight Riders 192/5 (19.4 overs) Won by 5 wickets Chennai Super Kings 190/3 (20 overs) M. A. Chidambaram Stadium 9 Sunil Narine
2013 Mumbai Indians 148/9 (20 overs) Won by 23 runs Chennai Super Kings 125/9 (20 overs) Eden Gardens 9 Shane Watson
2014 Kolkata Knight Riders 200/7 (20 overs) Won by 3 wickets Kings XI Punjab 199/4 (20 overs) M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 8 Glenn Maxwell
2015 Mumbai Indians 202/5 (20 overs) Won by 41 runs Chennai Super Kings 161/8 (20 overs) Eden Gardens 8 Andre Russell
2016 Sunrisers Hyderabad 208/7 (20 overs) Won by 8 runs Royal Challengers Bangalore 200/7 (20 overs) M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 8 Virat Kohli
2017 Mumbai Indians
129/8 (20 overs)
Won by 1 run Rising Pune Supergiant
128/6 (20 overs)
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium 8 Ben Stokes
2018 Chennai Super Kings
181/2 (18.3 overs)
Won by 8 wickets Sunrisers Hyderabad
178/6 (20 overs)
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 8 Sunil Narine (Kolkata Knight Riders)
2019 Mumbai Indians
149/8 (20 overs)
Won by 1 run Chennai Super Kings
148/7 (20 overs)
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad 8 Andre Russell (Kolkata Knight Riders)

Statistics

Records Player /
Team
Stats Season /
Span
Team
Most wins Mumbai Indians 97 (2008–2018)
Most defeats Delhi Capitals 91 (2008–2018)
Highest win% Chennai Super Kings 61.56 (2008–2018)
Largest victory (runs) Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils 146 2017
Most consecutive wins
(season)
Kolkata Knight Riders 9 2014
Most consecutive wins
(overall)
Kolkata Knight Riders 10 (2014–2015)
Most consecutive defeats
(season)
Delhi Daredevils
Pune Warriors
9 2014
2012
Most consecutive defeats
(overall)
Delhi Daredevils
Pune Warriors
11 (2014–2015)
(2012–2013)
Batting
Most 100s Chris Gayle (KKR, RCB, KXIP) 6 (2008–2018)
Most 50s David Warner (DD, SRH) 36 (2009–2017)
Highest Partnership Virat Kohli (RCB)
AB de Villiers (RCB)
229 2016
Most ducks Harbhajan Singh (MI) 13 (2008–2018)
Bowling
Most 4 wicket hauls Sunil Narine (KKR) 6 (2012–2018)
Most 5 wicket hauls James Faulkner (KXIP, PWI, RR ) 2 (2011–2017)
Most hat-tricks Amit Mishra (DC, DD, SRH) 3 (2008–2018)
Other Miscellaneous
Most matches Suresh Raina (CSK, GL) 176 (2008–2018)
Most matches as captain MS Dhoni (CSK, RPS) 159 (2008–2018)
Most man of the matches Chris Gayle (KKR, RCB, KXIP) 20 (2008–2018)
Most matches as umpire Sundaram Ravi 97 (2009–2018)

Awards

Orange Cap

Winners

Season Player Mat Runs
2008 Shaun Marsh (KXIP) 11 616
2009 Matthew Hayden (CSK) 12 572
2010 Sachin Tendulkar (MI) 15 618
2011 Chris Gayle (RCB) 12 608
2012 Chris Gayle (RCB) 15 733
2013 Michael Hussey (CSK) 16 733
2014 Robin Uthappa (KKR) 16 660
2015 David Warner(SRH) 14 562
2016 Virat Kohli(RCB) 16 973
2017 David Warner(SRH) 14 641
2018 Kane Williamson (SRH) 17 735
2019 David Warner (SRH) 12 692

Purple Cap

Winners

Season Player Mat Wkts
2008 Sohail Tanvir (RR) 11 22
2009 R. P. Singh (DC) 16 23
2010 Pragyan Ojha (DC) 16 21
2011 Lasith Malinga (MI) 16 28
2012 Morne Morkel (DD) 16 25
2013 Dwayne Bravo (CSK) 18 32
2014 Mohit Sharma (CSK) 16 23
2015 Dwayne Bravo (CSK) 16 26
2016 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) 17 23
2017 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (SRH) 14 26
2018 Andrew Tye (KXIP) 14 24
2019 Imran Tahir (CSK) 17 26

Maximum Sixes Award

Winners

Season Player Mat Sixes
2008 Sanath Jayasuriya (MI) 14 31
2009 Adam Gilchrist (DC) 16 29
2010 Robin Uthappa (RCB) 16 27
2011 Chris Gayle (RCB) 12 44
2012 Chris Gayle (RCB) 15 59
2013 Chris Gayle (RCB) 16 51
2014 Glenn Maxwell (KXIP) 16 36
2015 Chris Gayle (RCB) 14 38
2016 Virat Kohli (RCB) 16 38
2017 Glenn Maxwell (KXIP) 14 26
2018 Rishabh Pant (DD) 14 37
2019 Andre Russell (KKR) 14 52

Most Valuable Player

Winners

Season Player
2008 Shane Watson (RR)
2009 Adam Gilchrist (DC)
2010 Sachin Tendulkar (MI)
2011 Chris Gayle (RCB)
2012 Sunil Narine (KKR)
2013 Shane Watson (RR)
2014 Glenn Maxwell (KXIP)
2015 Andre Russell (KKR)
2016 Virat Kohli (RCB)
2017 Ben Stokes (RPS)
2018 Sunil Narine (KKR)
2019 Andre Russell (KKR)

Player of the match (Final)

Winners

Season Player of the match
2008 Yusuf Pathan (RR)
2009 Anil Kumble (RCB)
2010 Suresh Raina (CSK)
2011 Murali Vijay (CSK)
2012 Manvinder Bisla (KKR)
2013 Kieron Pollard (MI)
2014 Manish Pandey (KKR)
2015 Rohit Sharma (MI)
2016 Ben Cutting (SRH)
2017 Krunal Pandya (MI)
2018 Shane Watson (CSK)
2019 Jasprit Bumrah (MI)

Emerging player of the year

Winners

Season Player
2008 Shreevats Goswami (RCB)
2009 Rohit Sharma (DC)
2010 Saurabh Tiwary (MI)
2011 Iqbal Abdulla (KKR)
2012 Mandeep Singh (KXIP)
2013 Sanju Samson (RR)
2014 Axar Patel (KXIP)
2015 Shreyas Iyer (DC)
2016 Mustafizur Rahman (SRH)
2017 Basil Thampi (GL)
2018 Rishabh Pant (DC)
2019 Shubman Gill (KKR)

Fair Play Award

Winners

Season Team
2008 Chennai Super Kings
2009 Kings XI Punjab
2010 Chennai Super Kings
2011 Chennai Super Kings
2012 Rajasthan Royals
2013 Chennai Super Kings
2014 Chennai Super Kings
2015 Chennai Super Kings
2016 Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 Gujarat Lions
2018 Mumbai Indians
2019 Sunrisers Hyderabad

2019 IPL

The 2019 season of the Indian Premier League, otherwise called IPL 12, is the twelfth period of the IPL, an expert Twenty20 cricket class set up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2007. On 8 January 2019, the BCCI affirmed that the competition will begin on 23 March and occur totally in India. Different nations were considered as host the competition, because of the Indian general decisions.

India’s opening match at the 2019 Cricket World Cup was deferred from 2 to 5 June as the BCCI were coordinated to keep up a required 15-day hole between the finish of IPL and India’s ensuing global installation according to Lodha Committee’s proposal.

Delhi Daredevils have been renamed as the Delhi Capitals, the establishment reported on 4 December 2018. Amid a capacity for the declaration of the new name, the establishment likewise discharged another logo. Chennai Super Kings are the shielding champions

IPL T20 2019 Facts

Dates 29th March 2019–19th May 2019
Administrator(s) Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
Cricket format Twenty20
Host(s) South Africa
Participants 8

Indian Premier League (IPL)

Countries India
Administrator BCCI
Format T20
First Edition 2008
Next Edition 2019
Tournament format Double round-robin league and Playoffs
Number of teams 8
Current champion Chennai Super Kings (3rd title)
Most successful Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians (3 IPL titles each)
Most runs Suresh Raina (5034)
Most wickets Lasith Malinga (154)

Teams

  • Chennai Super Kings LogoChennai Super Kings
  • Delhi Capitals logo Delhi Capitals
  • Kings-XI-Punjab-LogoKings XI Punjab
  • Kolkata-Knight-Riders-LogoKolkata Knight Riders
  • Mumbai-Indians-LogoMumbai Indians
  • Rajasthan-Royals-LogoRajasthan Royals
  • Royal-Challengers-Bangalore-LogoRoyal Challengers Bangalore
  • SunRisers-HyderabadSunrisers Hyderabad

Venues

Bangalore Delhi Hyderabad
Royal Challengers Bangalore Delhi Capitals Sunrisers Hyderabad
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium Feroz Shah Kotla Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 35,000 Capacity: 41,000 Capacity: 55,000
Kolkata  

Jaipur
Kolkata Knight Riders Rajasthan Royals
Eden Gardens Sawai Mansingh Stadium
Capacity: 68,000 Capacity: 25,000
Mumbai Mohali Chennai
Mumbai Indians Kings XI Punjab Chennai Super Kings
Wankhede Stadium Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
Capacity: 33,000 Capacity: 26,000 Capacity: 39,000

Broadcasters

Territory Network
Afghanistan Lemar TV (2017-2018 Ariana 2019)
Africa (Sub-Sahara) SuperSport (2008–present)
Australia Network Ten (2008)
One HD (2009–2010)
Fox Cricket (2018–present)
Bangladesh Maasranga (2014–2016)
Channel 9 (2016–present)
Bhutan Sony (2008–2017)
Star Sports (2018–present)
Brunei Astro (2008–present)
Canada Rogers Media (Sportsnet World, Sportsnet One, Omni Television) (2011–2014)
Ethnic Channels Group
CricketGateway
Caribbean SportsMax (2008–present)
Hong Kong PCCW (2010–present)
India Sony (2008–2017)
Star Sports (2018–present)
Malaysia Astro (2008–present)
Arab world OSN Sports (2015–2017)
BeIN Sports (2018–present)
Nepal Sony (2008–2017)
Star Sports (2018–present)
New Zealand Sky Sport (2012–present)
Pakistan Geo Super (2008–2018)
Singapore StarHub (2008–2017)
Singtel (2015–2017)
YuppTV (2018)
Sri Lanka Sony (2008–2017)
Star Sports (2018–present)
United Kingdom ITV4 (2011–2014)
Sky Sports (2015–2018)
Star Gold (2019)
BT Sport (2019)
United States Willow (2017–present; cable/satellite)
TV Everywhere (only digital rights)
Worldwide Internet Rights Times Internet (2011–2014)
Hotstar (2015–present)

Sponsors

Title sponsorship

Sponsor Industry Period Sponsorship fee
DLF Real Estate 2008–2012 ₹200 crores
Pepsi Beverages 2013–2015 ₹238.08 crores
Vivo Mobile Phones 2016–2017 ₹190 crores
2018–2022 ₹2199 crores